Graffiti // Friday, May 29, 2015
1AM Gallery is pleased to present, “CMYK” showcasing brand new works by graffiti artists RPES, PEMEX, and AMUSE 126. The demand for colors in today’s art market is substantial, with shades ranging infinitely along the color wheel. CMYK aims to contrast this freedom of colors and experiment with simplified styles and techniques.
Graffiti // Thursday, October 16, 2014
Big things come in small packages and 1AM Gallery’s newest exhibition Honey, I Shrunk the Streets proves just that. In this one-of-a-kind exhibition opening tonight, the 1AM community of artists will paint miniature versions of billboards, brick walls, trucks, and dumpsters provided by TYO toys.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 30, 2014
POW! WOW! planner and painter/muralist Kamea Hadar is working on a new project in collaboration with fellow artist DEFER called Paradise Lost. The project includes murals, gallery shows and other projects in Hawaii and Israel, and in California, with a gallery show opening at 1AM Gallery in San Francisco on August 7. Kamea and Defer will also be hitting up some walls in the Bay Area before heading to LA...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 23, 2013
The 1AM Mobile App is a free photography app that allows you to capture and share your street art discoveries and follow other members and their findings worldwide! Not only does the app feature community-contributed images of street art, but since all photographs are mapped, dated and credited, it also provides accurate directions to current and pre-existing pieces for an up close and personal experience. With the constant emergence, evolution, and removal of street art, all images are time stamped giving a historical chronology to every uploaded piece. Wherever you travel, 1AM Mobile will tell you what’s up in the streets and let you take part in documenting street art history.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 25, 2012
1AM is pleased to present "Reckoning", a group exhibition reflecting society's obsession with catastrophe, both imagined and real. The collection includes original art by Leon Loucheur, Optimist, Robert Bowen, Pemex, Monty Guy and Chamber Made.