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word to the wise.

Ben Zhu has done it again. The director of Gallery Nucleus has managed to muster yet another sick puppy of a show, but this time a serious panty buster. Tomorrow, Nucleus will be exhibiting the tricks of four ingenious Pixar artists [Don Shank, Lou Romano, Nate Wragg, and Scott Morse], prepared to drop somadat ancient...Read...
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cherri wood @ thinkspace.

“Raw, Imma give it to ya/ With no trivia/ Raw like cocaine straight from Bolivia.” Cherri Wood should really consider bumping the Wu-Tang at her exhibition at Thinkspace in Santa Monica. I’ll tell you why: because they both get it. They both get the fact that shxt doesn’t need to be polished to  be good....Read...
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Luke Chueh At The Helford Gallery

Aw look, a cuddly widdle bunny wabbit with a blood-stained knife. And over there, a doe-eyed bear bursting into flames.   Welcome to the world of Luke Chueh, an artist that has left us with warm, fuzzy feelings for the past few years with paintings that aren’t so warm and fuzzy. In fact, they’re all...Read...
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Bumblebee Hives Up On Telephone Booths.

Don’t be alarmed, folks! The bees aren’t really holing up in telephone booths because they’re dwindling in numbers anyway! This is just the product of California’s Bumblebee at work, turning abandoned phone booths into beautiful art installations. Here are the thought-provoking words he had to say about his work: “Telephone companies have been abandoning their...Read...
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Mike Gallegos Artist Interview

Mike Gallegos may work for a family-owned trash company by day, but he is 100% artist by night. Armed with acrylics, canvasses, and paint markers, Gallegos’ work shows the influence of many things. But upon first glance, it is obvious that the art movements that resounded most with Gallegos are those of surrealism and pop...Read...
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