Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 12, 2015
Living in an age dominated by “artists” making a living off of internet memes and reblogging, “Earth People” exhibits a truly brilliant artist with limitless ideas
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 22, 2015
February 2014 cover artist Mel Kadel has always been one of our favorites. And she is prolific. Her new show, Sky's Eyes, opening October 2, 2015 at Slow Culture, will featuring over 100 new works, and as the gallery notes, "Over the last year Kadel has turned her focus on working on a much smaller scale while building such a large body of work. Her dedication has resulted in new directions and techniques thatare expanding on the carefully detailed drawings she is known for."
Pop Life // Monday, August 10, 2015
Wall to wall crowds congregated to Slow Culture gallery on Saturday eve to celebrate their 2 year anniversary show, "Milk and Honey!" We stopped by to see the work of some of our favorite artists, including: Chris Burden, Ed Ruscha, Richard Colman, Ed Templeton, and Retna. All 45 artists in the show are based out of California.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Tomorow, August 7th, 2015 Slow Culture gallery in Los Angeles will be celebrating their two year anniversary with "Milk & Honey," a group show featuring some of our favorite artists including Chris Burden, Ed Ruscha, Richard Colman, Ed Templeton, Retna, and many more painters, photographers, illustrators, sculptors, designers, and directors currently living and working in California.
Photography // Friday, July 17, 2015
Tonight in Los Angeles, Slow Culture gallery will be hosting Deeds, Not Words 3, a group photography exhibition with a diverse group of individuals. Explained on their website, “There are two kinds of people in this world, the do'ers and the gonna do'ers. Deeds, Not Words is photography exhibition with a very simple format, it's about doing shit, not talking it."
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 12, 2015
This evening Slow Culture in Los Angeles will present Lights Out, a black light group show & pop-up shop curated in collaboration with art collective Brain Dead. Inspired by psychedelic artwork and underground black light culture, we have gathered a diverse crossover of international artists to create all new work utilizing UV sensitive materials.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 19, 2015
Tomorrow, February 20th, The Slow Culture Gallery in LA will be presenting Big Butter, "A Step Felt in Full”, a month long exhibition with 70+ new works with artists Tim Biskup and Mike Biskup to coincide with the release of the 5th LP by their nearly 30 year long musical project, Big Butter. Alongside the exhibition at the Highland Park gallery Slow Culture and the brothers have set up a month long series of community and cultural events throughout the month including a live performance and installation inside the box in the main lobby of the Standard Hotel...
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 05, 2014
Leave it to Juxtapoz friend and contributing illustrator Travis Millard to make drawings with pancake batter that are so good that they warrant a gallery show. Slow Culture in Los Angeles and Millard have preserved his weekly pancake masterpieces and mounted them on plates...
Illustration // Thursday, January 09, 2014
Looking forward to attending this amazing 2 person show at Slow Culture Gallery this weekend- with favorites Ryan De La Hoz and his show "Rise From Your Grave" and Leo Eguiarte with "Holographic Conjuration.” With an opening reception in Los Angeles, CA this Saturday, January 11th from 7-10PM- this exhibition is not to be missed.
Erotica // Friday, November 08, 2013
Tonight!! Slow Culture is proud to present A Day Away, the latest project from Los Angeles-based artist Kristofferson San Pablo & Vacancy Projects (a collaboration between Kristofferson San Pablo and Mary Vu, designed to explore the merger of art and commerce). For this installation, San Pablo and Vacancy will create a fully interactive pop-up shop, featuring new works from San Pablo and Vu, as well as collaborative contributions from other artists in the community...