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“New Wave” by MDMN at Gallery 38 in Los Angeles
Gallery 38 is pleased to invite you to the second solo exhibition of new work by MDMN titled “New Wave”. MDMN is an American Contemporary Artist based in Los Angeles. Encouraged and influenced by his family’s love for art, MDMN releases his passion through bright color and nostalgic characterization.... Read more
Al-Baseer Holly, “Super Outta Pocket”, July 21 – August 7, 2016 at Gallery 38 in Los Angeles
Philadelphia born contemporary artist Al-Baseer Holly recently transitioned from being a full time musician to focusing on the aesthetics of art, using that canvas as a visual recording of emotional storytelling. His work is created from nostalgic scenes of his adolescence which he refers to as “Childhood Access Memories”.... Read more
Norm “NOMZEE” Maxwell, “Voyage Through The Void”, April 16 – May 15, 2016 at Gallery 38 in Los Angeles
“My work has been the great liberator in my life, taking me to places that I wouldn’t have traveled to if I had chosen another path. It has freed my vision and allowed me to see potential and materialize that potential, where seemingly there was none.” – Norm Maxwell... Read more
Art Advisory LA: One on One with Toowee Kao
We got to sit down with Soze Gallery owner Toowee Kao and talk about the opening of her newest art endeavor. Art Advisory Los Angeles, formed to help collectors get directly to the artists they covet and and build collections with quality. Find out more at Art Advisory LA.... Read more
ArtAboveReality sits down with Swedish Abstract Artist OK OK
So tell us, Where did the name “OKOK” come from? I picked it myself. Since I grew up a graffiti writer, I didn’t want to use my real name. OKOK can be copy pasted and doubled forever. Inflation. That gives me the chance to create seamless patterns out of... Read more
Jordan Weber  – “If We Can’t Blast Through, We’ll Burn Through” – December 12, 2015 – January 3, 2016 at Gallery 38 in Los Angeles
Conscientizacao: The state of perceiving social, political, and economic contradictions, in order to take action against the oppressive elements of reality. In order for “the struggle” to truly liberate, the oppressed must first find our oppressors out. We, the oppressed, have falsely idolized and trusted a talented tenth in... Read more
“Exercise in Reality”  – Interview with Artist/Photographer Dina Goldstein
Photography has always been a love of mine. I was amazed when I first took a look at the work of Dina Goldstein. The drama that she captures is simply breathtaking. You can feel real life in her work as if she was a fly on the wall in... Read more
Gallery 38 brings Cornbread, the godfather of graffiti, for his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles with a slew of VIP programming slated around the exhibit retrospective which will feature original works, a Graffiti Art Tour with Cartwheel Art Tours, hosted by Cornbread and Steve Grody and a very... Read more
Mixed Emotions, Artist Excitement as First Ever “Street Art Fair” Promises to be Groundbreaking
“I’m so excited to be a part of a movement that will propel the growing world of street art. This is the start of a huge movement!” – Jeff Hamilton The “Street Art Fair” is set to debut its first edition of the themed event October 1st through the... Read more
“Black Lives Matter” message emphasized in Handwritten Mural by Artist RendaWriter
“It was the idea of the gallery owner George R. N’Namdi, but I must also assert that I didn’t just write it because he commissioned me. I wouldn’t never write anything that I didn’t agree with. I agree that Black Lives Matter, and I am glad that this was... Read more