Know Hope tomorrow night @ Carmichael Gallery…

Israeli street artist Know Hope‘s debut LA solo show opens tomorrow night at Carmichael Gallery out on LaBrea. ‘The Times Won’t Save You (This Rain Smells Of Memory)’ will feature a 400 square foot installation comprised of 30,000 handcut paper rain drops, a hand made cardboard city, birds, hundreds of small ‘signs’ and all of it populated by life-size cardboard cutouts of his iconic figure.
The work in the show runs the specturm, with the majority being very affordable and a great gateway into Know Hope’s world. He’s one to get on board with now, as only great things lay ahead. We’re huge fans and own a few pieces already from prior shows.
Below are some sneak peeks of the show coming together, as well as a shot of his ambitious homemade newspaper project, ‘The Anytimes’. Be sure to pick one up while at the opening tomorrow night, or keep an eye out about town, as he’s been putting them into weekly newspaper boxes about town this past week as well.

Know Hope at work…

An army of interns worked on creating these for days…

Can not wait to see this complete tomorrow…

Know Hope‘s ‘The Anytimes’ underground newspaper… a great keepsake from the show, don’t forget to grab yours at the opening tomorrow.

Opening Reception: Thur, June 4th 7-10PM

Carmichael Gallery @ 1257 N. La Brea in West Hollywood

One thought on “Know Hope tomorrow night @ Carmichael Gallery…”

  1. This looks fantastic — I'm absolutely fascinated with Know Hope's work. These are the times where I wish I was a west coaster.

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