Dabs Myla ‘Back Talk’ interview from Juxtapoz…


Dabs Myla are just coming off their massive ‘Golden Age’ show at New Puppy Gallery in downtown LA earlier this month, and are showig no signs of slowing down at all as they prepare for ‘Earthquake Weather’ opening next month at Thinkspace.

If that wasn’t enough, be sure to keep an eye out for them next week down in Miami during Art Basel as they rock the Wynwood district as part of the ongoing Primary Flight live painting / mural series. There may also be a pretty amazing surprise at our booth at Aqua from the duo if all gets finished in time… be sure to swing by and check us out at booth #25.

Check out their ‘Back Talk’ feature with Juxtapoz.com here:

In case you missed it, I recently interviewed the duo and visited their studio, check that out here:

Sneak Peek at works from ‘Earthquake Weather’ coming together here:

Earthquake Weather” from Dabs Myla

Opening Reception: Fri, Dec. 11th 7-11PM

4210 Santa Monica Blvd (near Sunset Junction) in Silver Lake area of Los Angeles

Andy Kehoe interviewed by Erratic Phenomena

The World Unseen and Those In Between - 01

One of our favorite people and favorite writers just did a very in-depth interview with Portland-based artist Andy Kehoe whose upcoming solo show, The World Unseen and Those In Between, is coming up this December at Thinkspace.

The World Unseen and Those In Between is a show about the unseen spirit world and invisible forces that exist all around. It’s been fun creating an even stranger and more mysterious world around my already pretty strange world. I’ve been playing around with ghosts and spirits in previous works, so it’s been great dedicating a whole show to it.” – Andy Kehoe

View the full interview with Kehoe from Erratic Phenomena here:

Andy Kehoe
‘The World Unseen and Those In Between’
Dec. 11th, 2009 – Jan. 2nd, 2010
@ Thinkspace

Opening Reception: Fri, Dec. 11th 7-11PM

View a set of pics from Andy’s studio here.

Andy will be in town from Portland, so please mark your calendar now to attend the opening kick off on Fri, Dec. 11th and watch for an interview with him to be posted here soon as well as a short interview over at Juxtapoz.com (we’ll post a link to that too once up).

Recommended openings for this weekend…

The work of Phil Frost - this Friday at PRISM
The work of Phil Frost - this Friday at PRISM

Fri, Sat, Nov. 20th 7-10PM
Gallery 1988 Los Angeles
“Badass Cinema” featuring original movie merchandise including cult t-shirts plus exclusive and rare posters all from the Mondo archives + live painting from Skinner & live screen printing from Harry Diaz
(One-night only special event)
7020 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.937.7088

Fri, Nov. 20th
8746 West Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood
“MINDTHEGAP” featuring new works from Barry McGee and Phil Frost
(On view through Feb. 20th, 2010)

Sat, Nov. 21st 7-10:30PM
Black Maria Gallery
3137 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles / 818.613.9090
“Black Market at Black Maria: Skip The Mall” annual group show featuring works from Nanami Cowdroy, Steve Daily, Lauren Gardiner, Tom Haubrick, Michael Hsiung, Aaron Kraten, Danni Shinya Luo, Paul Nagel, Shark Toof and many more
(On view through Jan. 2nd, 2010)

Sat, Nov. 21st 8-11PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
“Autumn’s Come Undone” featuring new works and large format giclee prints from Josh Agle (aka SHAG)
(On view through Dec. 9th)

Sat, Nov. 21st 8PM-12AM
Daydream Republic
4500 W. Jefferson Blvd in Los Angeles
“Attack Of the Cyclops” – group photo exhibition co-curated by Cannibal Flower and drkrm gallery

Sat, Nov. 21st 7-10PM
Gallery 825
825 North La Cienega Blvd in Los Angeles
“Aurora” – annual holiday art sale featuring unframed artwork on paper no larger than 24” and no smaller than 12” – all priced at only $200 each

Sat, Nov. 21st
Los Angeles Center Studios
450 S. Bixel Street in Los Angeles
“We The People” music festival featuring “Art Is A Hammer” group show
For full details check out www.wethepeoplefestival.com

Sat, Nov. 21st 7-11PM
MOCA Grand Avenue
250 South Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles
“Collection: MOCA’s First Thirty Years” – members’ opening (free to museum members / $25 for those attending with a member) – featuring a performance from LA-based artist collective My Barbarian
See www.moca.org/party for full details

Sat, Nov. 21st 7-10PM
Switcheroo Workshop
543-B South Raymond in Pasadena
“Holiday Party” with Amanda Visell and Tim Biskup featuring the release of their limited edition hand-painted collaborative sculpture ‘HelperCentaurEphunt’

Sat, Nov. 21st 6-9PM
The Torrance Art Museum
3320 Civic Center Drive in Torrance
“First Eyes on the World” featuring new works from Jean-Pierre Roy
(On view through Dec. 19th)

Sun, Nov. 22nd 5-8PM ($10 admission)
The G2 Gallery
1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice
“Venice Art Walls Benefit Art Auction” to raise funds for the public program on Venice Beach – featuring works from Asylm, Axis, Robbie Conal, Kofie, Make, Man One, Mear One, Swank, Vyal, and many more

Sun, Nov. 22nd Noon-6PM
Mid-City Arts
5111 W. Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles
“The First Annual Montana Exhibition” featuring works and live painting from Apex (SF), Jase (SF), King 157 (SJ), Neon (SF), Revok (LA), Rime (LA), Saber (LA), Sever (ATL), Vulcan (SF) – all Montana products will be on sale during this special live painting event

Beautiful new piece from Imminent Disaster

Imminent Disaster on the streets close up (piece for Aqua)

A beautiful new piece was recently placed on the streets of New York by Imminent Disaster. We’ll actually be featuring a version of this piece next month at the Aqua Art Fair in Miami during Art Basel. Disaster has also recently released a limited hand-touched print featuring a close-up image of this piece. Check that out and more at her new site here.

Imminent Disaster on the streets (piece for Aqua)

Look for Disaster to make her return to Los Angeles this coming March alongside ARMSROCK for a special joint show at Thinkspace. Can’t wait!

Keep up with Disaster here and check out a great interview she did with Juxtapoz here.

*Images courtesy of Gaia & Vandalog