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Portal to the Future @ Gregorio Escalante Gallery, LA
“Portal to the Future” is the exhibit that will preview the coming months In a show that will pair an eccentric style of curation with a deep connection to what makes the current art landscape such an intelligent and vibrant scene, “Portal to the Future” sets out to prove that a historied network with a fresh new scaffold for creation is a place where no idea is out of reach. With some of the most important names in lowbrow and popular arts at the helm of this inspiring frontline, Escalante takes us with him on this energizing ride into possibility.October 09, 2015
Jean Labourdette (Turf One), Mike Davis, and Shawn Barber "Troika"
On the occasion of the Art Tattoo Show convention, as Montreal becomes the international destination for tattoo artists and enthusiasts, three artists with prominent presence in the tattoo world will highlight the fine art side of the subculture. From Montreal, Los Angeles, and San Francisco respectively, Jean Labourdette, Shawn Barber, and Mike Davis have joined forces to present TROÏKA at Yves LaRoche Gallery, an exhibit of paintings and mixed-media sculptures that explores how tattoo imagery has influenced fine art and vice versa.September 11, 2015
Grand Opening: “The Collection” @ Gregorio Escalante Gallery, LA
Juxtapoz Magazine co-founder Greg Escalante is pleased to announce the grand opening of his newest venture in a densely varied career in the art world, Chinatown’s brand new Gregorio Escalante Gallery. For it’s opening show, Escalante will share a selection of work from his coveted private collection, including pieces by Robert Williams, Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari, Shepard Fairey and more. The highlight of the show may be the space itself, one taking Escalante’s vision for an Angeleno future and physically applying it to a cultured space in Chinatown.September 04, 2015
Jean André "Mauvaise Réputation" @ HVW8 Gallery, Berlin
Jean André’s “gentleman art” balances saucy and minimalistic representations of women, creating images that read as both gentlemen’s pulp illustration and satirical tableaux. His influences range from Matisse to Gainsbourg to Drake as well as erotic magazines from the 80’s. On August 2nd, at HVW8 Gallery's Berlin space, Jean will open "Mauvaise Réputation," that will feature a collaboration with tattoo artists as well as work inspired by classic flash art.July 28, 2015
Sara Antoinette Martin's Illustrations
Sara Antoinette Martin's illustrations draw on religious imagery and betray her roots as a tattoo artist. Her pieces often resemble gothic-themed tarot cards; the illustrations are visually bright but often include images of vomit, clowns and severed fingers.July 01, 2015
Felix: The Cat’s Out of the Bag @ Slow Culture Gallery, LA
A simply drawn black and white cat may seem an unlikely choice for the world’s first cartoon superstar, but Felix the Cat, with his magic bag of tricks and killer personality, is no ordinary feline. Though Felix has gone through numerous iterations over the near century since his debut, he has always had an undeniable influence on creatives around the world, no matter their age or medium. This has never been more evident than in Felix: The Cat’s Out Of the Bag, a group art show curated by Slow Culture gallery.May 07, 2015
Jonathan Shaw's "Narcisa: Our Lady of Ashes"
A legendary tattoo master and notorious creator of underground art, Jonathan Shaw, will be in San Francisco the next couple days as he stops by our favorite used bookstore Green Apple Books tonight for a reading and conversation with Gregg Foreman of Cat Power and Brandon Burkart of The Saint James Society. He'll also be at The Beat Museum in North Beach tomorrow for another reading so if you are in the area be sure to check out one of the events! His cult novel Narcisa: Our Lady of Ashes has just been republished by Johnny Depp and Harper Perennial.April 07, 2015