Thursday, 23 February 2012

One Not To Miss ☋ Get It In The Diary

Group Art Exhibition

RDC: Our good friends at Juxtapoz are 18 in March 2012. 
They are planning an ace Show to celebrate... go check it out if you can!

Opening Reception, Saturday, March 24, 8:00 – 11:30 p.m.

Dates:   Exhibit runs; March 24 – April 14 , 2012 
Copro Gallery presents a group art exhibition celebrating JUXTAPOZ magazine's 18 year anniversary. This art gallery show will feature artists from Juxtapoz's past , present and future. Since its inception in the early 90's Juxtapoz has been a major factor in setting art trends and helping to make them a world wide phenomenon with its vast publishing empire and International circulation.

Artists curated by Gwynn Vitello and Greg Escalante include: Robert Williams, Shepard Fairey, Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, Marion Peck, Camille Garcia, Kathy Staico Schorr, Cathie Bleck, Suzanne Williams,The Date Farmers, Jeremy Fish,Tara McPherson, Shag, Tiffany Bozic, Scott Musgrove, Neckface, Elizabeth Mcgrath, Laurie Lipton, Souther Salazar, Luke Chueh, Ed Templeton, Dennis McNett, Isabel Samaras, Charles Wish, Jeremy Lipking, Steve Olson, Don Pendleton, Mike Shine, Retna, Kevin Ancell, Andrew Schoultz, Brian Bowen Smith, Skinner, Rico Deniro, Craig Stecyk, Herbert Baglione, Sandow Birk, Mike Giant, Morgan Slade, Ron Lipking, Sage Vaughn, Deanna Templeton, Bill Dee Williams, Estevan & Eriberto Oriol, Michael Carney & many more

JUXTAPOZ  Magazine - The San Francisco–based arts and culture journal Juxtapoz was founded in 1994 by painter Robert Williams as a response to the dominant critical aesthetic of the New York art scene, which he saw as favoring abstraction and Minimalism over representational forms of art. The magazine aligned itself with Surrealist traditions of figurative art, contemporary pop culture, and the "graphic tradition of EC comic books, psychedelic rock posters, sideshow freak banners, and Zap comics," giving voice to a generation of artists working in genres that were variously described as "Lowbrow" and "Pop Surrealist." - (MOMA review)

.All images and artwork Copyright 2009 CoproGallery.

For more info from the Copro Gallery go... HERE

Bergamot Arts Complex, 
2525 Michigan Ave T5,
Santa Monica,
CA 90404 - 310-829-2156

No comments:

Post a Comment