ON EXHIBIT///MOUNTAIN CLIMBING WITH ED RUSCHA

February 23, 2010  |  News, On Exhibit  |  Comments Off

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"Parking For Key Club," acrylic on canvas, 55 3/4" x 63 3/4", by Ed Ruscha

Amazing new paintings from Supertouch buddy and LA art legend ED RUSCHA. Ed's "Mountain" series is a longstanding hot commodity with a waiting list and pricetags starting past the $1 million mark. Definitely a better investment these days than real estate...

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"Iron Age," acrylic on canvas, 36" x 40"

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Fountain of Crystal, acrylic on canvas, 30" x 36"

Images courtesy our good friends at Gagosian LA...

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ON EXHIBIT: COLIN SUGGETT’S “GITMO MICKEY”

November 21, 2008  |  art, Australia, News, On Exhibit  |  Comments Off

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Mickey on extended hiatus from "The Happiest Place on Earth"...

Following what seems to be a realistic pledge by President Elect BARACK OBAMA to close the Guantanamo Bay military prison camp immediately after taking office in 2009, we thought it was the perfect time to present Australian artist COLIN SUGGETT's new sculpture "The Mickey," that addresses the issues of the documented torture there with some decidedly dark Pop overtones. HAVE A LOOK: Read More

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JAPAN///ON EXHIBIT///YOSHITOMO NARA'S GIANT DOG

June 2, 2008  |  On Exhibit  |  Comments Off
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Nara's dog in Zen... 

Iconic Japanese Pop artist YOSHITOMO NARA has always had a penchant for all things cute and cuddly, but usually on the diminutive side, stature-wise. His giant dog sculpture on display at the AOMORI MUSEUM, however, is his largest work to date and no less cuddly for its two-story size...

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Locals risk angering the sleeping dog god by teasing it with their Hello Kitty scarf...

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