Australian duo Dabs Myla took a break from preparing for ‘Tokyo Deluxe‘ and went up to the East Bay last week to take part in the massive “Decade With No Name” show that was put together with the help of our good friend Ken Harman (writer for Hi-Fructose and Arrested Motion).
The show serves to highlight the multitude of talent found in Oakland and the greater East Bay area and features a stand out found object installation from Monica Canilao (pictured above) that alone is worth the visit. The show features a vast array of talent and also serves to further highlight the work of Thinkspace family members Brett Amory and Aaron Nagel, both of whom have some very nice examples of their work on view.
“The Decade With No Name” will continue to show at its pop-up location, 54 Washington St. in Oakland, CA every Saturday (11AM-2PM) and Sunday (11AM-5PM) through September 12th. To view the works in the show as well as the complete lineup of artists taking part please visit www.spokeart.net.
The good folks over at Arrested Motion were down in force last week during Art Basel in Miami, FL. We were so slammed with the action over at Aqua Art Miami, we didn’t get much chance to swing through and check out all the ‘Primary Flight’ action that was going off in the Wynwood district.