IN L.A.: Herbie Fletcher "Path of a Wave Warrior" @ Known Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by Known Gallery for the opening of “Path of a Wave Warrior,” a solo exhibition of new works by Herbie Fletcher. After a successful show at The Hole in NYC earlier this year, we were excited that the surf pioneer brought his new works to Los Angeles, bringing his unique compositions of broken surf boards and decal arrangements to Known Gallery. Photos and more after the jump… 

Preview Teaser: Dennis McNett "Temple of the Wolfbat" @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 28, 2013
Our good friend Dennis McNett, who we have worked with recently at the Outside Lands Music & Art Festival and also on a brand new Juxtapoz hoodie, is getting set for a huge exhibition, Temple of the Wolfbat, at Los Angeles' Known Gallery this November 16, 2013. We have been getting sneak peek images from McNett's studio in NYC, and have a a few to showcase today... 

In L.A.: JUDITH SUPINE & ALIA SHAWKAT @ KNOWN GALLERY

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 20, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by Known Gallery for the opening reception of Thanks for Nothing, an exhibition featuring new works by Judith Supine and Alia Shawkat. You may know Mr. Supine from his incredible street works and dangling pieces off the Manhattan Bridge. You may know Miss Shawkat from this little television program called "Arrested Development."  Photos and more after the jump…

"Thanks for nothing" @ Known Gallery

Street Art // Thursday, September 19, 2013
Last weekend, Brooklyn-based surrealist artist, Judith Supine, opened a solo exhibition entitled “Thanks for Nothing” at Known Gallery in Los Angeles. Initially, the artist captured people’s attention with his unique standout work illegally placed in the streets of Brooklyn, but now Supine primarily focuses on creating work intended for indoor viewing. Working in various mediums surrounding collage, this exhibition plays on a number of themes including death, BDSM and fetishisms. On display are over eighty original miniatures along with six large-scale paintings. Here are some photos of what was shown and be sure to check it out through September 28, 2013.

Judith Supine & Alia Shawkat @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 13, 2013
Known Gallery is proud to present Thanks for Nothing, an exhibition featuring new works by American artists and former Juxtapoz featured aritsts, respectively, Judith Supine and Alia Shawkat. The show is curated by Naheed Simjee. The exhibition will unveil more than eighty original miniatures by Judith Supine alongside six large-scale paintings. Constructed on a base of lottery scratch cards and Newport cigarette boxes, the mini collages are portraits of contemporary American society. 

Thank You X @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 27, 2013
THANK YOU X became known on the streets of Los Angeles a few years ago, largely in part to his large Warhol stencils and wheat pastes around the city. Signing THANK YOU X underneath was a gesture of anonymous gratitude for Warhol’s aesthetic of rebellious integrity, the name accidentally became the artist’s identity. He has since been traveling all over putting his stamp all across America and even London and France. I met his a year or so ago and was introduced to his by his Government name and thought he was a nice guy. 

Cept "Mind In Transit" @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 26, 2013
This Saturday, July 27, former Juxtapoz featured artist, Mike Ballard aka CEPT, will open a new solo show, Mind In Transit, at Known Gallery in Los Angeles. We had good friend Roger Gastman interview and say a few kind words about the UK-based CEPT, who will be celebrating his very first United States exhibition.

In L.A.: Push @ Known Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by Known Gallery for the opening reception of “Adaptation” and installation by Push. As a part of the Game Changer series, SIMPLE Mobile told Push they wanted to give him a chance to do something he always wanted to do with his art without restriction. Push’s first choice was a to do a three-dimensional installation piece that stretched his skills and the ideas of what people thought of when it came to muralists that cut their teeth on the streets of Los Angeles. Photos and more after the jump…

Young & Reckless: An "Alf" pop-up show @ Known Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 12, 2013
Yes, ALF is back everyone. Friend of the magazine Roger Gastman has curated a special pop-up show, Young & Reckless, that will be opening this weekend (July 13-14) featuring an assortment of ALF collectibles and memorabilia, plus ALF-centric artwork by the likes of Morning Breath, Tristan Eaton, Cleon Peterson, Omens, and Grant Cobb. Its going to be weird, And as Roger told us, leave your cat at home... the show will take place at Known Gallery.

"MOLLY’S NOT A HIPSTER": MIGUEL PAREDES & KYLE WILLIAM HARPER @ Known Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 30, 2013
New York native and Miami resident Miguel Paredes is a prolific visual artist who continues to create amazing work inspired by his urban experience, whether it’s in New York City, South Beach, or Los Angeles. Miguel grew up with pop art - anime, Batman & Robin, and Warhol - and began painting trains in the late 1970s during the peak of New York City’s graf- fiti explosion. A master of many mediums, today Miguel brings them all out in one painting, creating very bright, friendly, and in your face artwork that speaks to new and old generations of collectors and art aficionados.

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