HowNosm’s ‘ACHTUNG!’ at Known Gallery

HowNosm have landed in LA again… and this time they have thrown down the gauntlet in a big way. ‘ACHTUNG!‘ opened last night at Known Gallery in Los Angeles and if you missed it, well… I feel bad for you.

For people who keep track of this, How and Nosm are the next big thing.– Carlo McCormick (curator and senior editor at Paper Magazine)

Check out a great feature on the twins in the new issue of Red Bull‘s free The Red Bulletin Magazine – also viewable online here: www.redbullusa.com/cs/Satellite/en_US/Article/Double-Vision-021243074508367

“Over the course of their recent murals, How & Nosm have woven together a loose yet consistent narrative world of sorts reflecting among other things the greed of man, the interplay between modern and traditional lifestyles, and an ecosystem under threat.” – DailyDujour.com

Whatever you do, get yourself to the end of Traction Ave in downtown LA to witness their massive mural “Heartship” in person (pictured above). Produced in collaboration with the LA Freewalls Project, the mural is a thing of majestic beauty.

The Perre twins don’t sleep and aim to do at least 200 murals every year the world over. The recent release of ‘How & Nosm: The Brazil Diaries’ from On The Run is a stunning documentation of their unyielding work ethic and their dominance on the streets of Brazil (a country the duo visit regularly only a few times each year, but still find themselves up on the streets more than the majority of the local artists that live there). Be sure to pick up a copy when you visit Known Gallery to check out ‘ACHTUNG!’ in person – the only way to really dig in and view their works.

‘ACHTUNG!’ featuring new works from HowNosm
(On view through Nov. 5th)
www.knowngallery.com

DABS MYLA’s ‘The Fastest Way To Smoking Pleasure‘ at Moniker Art Fair

Finished view of DABS MYLA’s ‘The Fastest Way To Smoking Pleasure‘ install from this year’s Moniker Art Fair over in London, England (that comes to an end today).

We’ll post some shots here in the coming days of the new street pieces the duo put up while in London. Now they travel off to mainland Europe for more adventures… watch for an update here soon.

Recommended Openings (Oct. 13th – Oct. 15th)

Thursday, Oct. 13th 6-8PM
LA Louver Gallery
45 N. Venice Blvd in Venice
‘Made in LA’ featuring new works from Gajin Fujita
(On view through Nov. 12th)
www.lalouver.com/

Thursday, Oct. 13th 7-11:30PM
Suede Studios
133 East 3rd Street in downtown Los Angeles
‘SK8 ART ST.’ featuring works from Shepard Fairey, Risk, Norm, Chad Muska, Bam Margera, Schizo, Lance Mountain, John Tracy, Steve Caballero, Steve Olson, and Ray Flores
(On view through Nov. 10th)

Fri, Oct. 14th 7-10PM
C.A.V.E. Gallery
1108 Abbot Kinney in Venice / 310.428.6387
‘Oil & Water’ featuring new works from Paul Chatem and Mike Davis
(On view through Nov. 5th)
www.cavegallery.net

Fri, Oct. 14th 7-10PM
Gallery 1988 Venice
214 Pier Avenue in Santa Monica
‘The Evolution Will Be Fabulous’ featuring new works from Peter Gronquist
(On view through Oct. 28th)
www.nineteeneightyeight.com

Fri, Oct. 14th 7-10PM
THIS: Los Angeles
5906 North Figueroa Street in Los Angeles
‘Former State’ featuring new works from Tim Biskup
(On view through Nov. 4th)
www.thislosangeles.com

Fri, Oct. 14th 7-11PM
Toy Art Gallery
NEW LOCATION: 7572 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles / 323.653.8697
‘Pop Fiction: Made In Italy’ featuring new works from Francesco De Molfetta
(On view through Nov. 4th)
www.toyartgallery.com

Fri, Oct. 14th 8-11PM
WWA Gallery
9517 Culver Blvd in Culver City
New works from David Chung and Ben Kehoe
www.wwagallery.com

Sat, Oct. 15th 8-11:30PM
Copro Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space T-5 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.398.2643
‘The Left Hand Path’ from Chet Zar + ‘Tinsel’ from Dan Quintana + ‘Apocalypservice’ from Mark Garro
(On view through Nov. 5th)
www.copronason.com

Sat, Oct. 15th 6:30-10PM
GR2
2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276
‘Undercurrents’ featuring new works from Martin Hsu and Lawrence Yang
(On view through Nov. 16th)
www.gr2.net

Sat, Oct. 15th 8-11PM
Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles
‘Achtung!’ featuring new works from HowNosm
(On view through Nov. 5th)
www.knowngallery.com

Sat, Oct. 15th 6-9PM
Rivera Gallery
454 N. Robertson Blvd in West Hollywood
‘Anthrophysis’ featuring new works from Jason DeCaires Taylor and a host of others
http://riveraandrivera.com/
(On view through December 1st)

Sat, Oct. 15th 7-10PM
SCION Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave in Culver City / 310.815.8840
‘Use Me’ – group show curated by Yuri Psinakis and focusing on a variety of designers and the unique objects they create
(On view through Nov. 12th)
www.scion.com/space

Sat, Oct. 15th 7-10PM
Subliminal Projects
1331 W. Sunset Blvd in the Echo Park region of Los Angeles
‘Less Is More’ featuring works from Clytie Alexander, Edith Baumann, Larry Bell, Scot Heywood, Jow, Sol LeWitt, Bertil Petersson, Anthony Sneed, and Samuel Stabler – curated by Katherine B. Cone – in celebration of PST
(On view through Nov. 5th)
www.subliminalprojects.com

Sat, Oct. 15th 7-11PM
Subspace Gallery
3855 Hughes Ave in Culver City
‘The Broken Windows Theory’ graffiti group show
(On view through Nov. 13th)

DABS MYLA at Moniker Art Fair this weekend in the UK

DABS MYLA "Head To Toe" - acrylic on panel (2011)

“The artist installation we are creating for the Moniker Art Fair is going to be a little different from any of our past installations. We are working on giving the installation a lot of depth, playing with our usual aesthetic and ideas of creating a small wonderland of our imagination for people to visit and interact with.

We really hope that we can create a unique experience for people, and give them the feeling like they are walking into one of our paintings by using more three-dimensional sculptural works. The installation will include a collection of colorful characters in the form of large cigarettes, an over sized cigarette pack, wood cut outs of clouds of smoke smiling over the viewers and a collection of furniture and fond items, all hand painted.” – DABS MYLA

DABS MYLA at work on their install for the Moniker Art Fair

Their part in the Moniker Art Fair will also include a print release for “I Thought Of This Before” that was featured in their recent sold-out solo show with us this past August.

Catch DABS MYLA’s ‘The Fastest Way To Smoking Pleasure‘ presented by Moniker Projects at project space #1 at this year’s Moniker Art Fair from October 13th – October 16th.

Moniker Art Fair
Village Underground @ 54 Holywell Lane in Shoreditch, London EC2A 3PQ
www.monikerartfair.com

Keep up with DABS MYLA at www.dabsmyla.com and look for more from them Stateside with us soon!

DABS MYLA in Tijuana

DABS MYLA down in Tijuana

DABS MYLA were down in Tijuana last week for the ‘Tijuana Festival De La Ciudad’ where they were able to put up some walls for the locals to enjoy. Willie T and the LRG film crew were along for the trip as well, along with Tyke/Witness, so look for some awesome coverage to follow soon from the LRG crew.

DABS MYLA in TJ with Tyke/Witness

Early next week the duo take off for the Moniker Art Fair in the UK. Look for more on that in the week ahead.

www.dabsmyla.com