"The exhibition features the sweet, moist, frothy, naughty, and altogether guilty pleasurable work of: Tetsuji Aono, Micol Hebron, Ken Hurbert, Keith Walsh, Matt Wardell." Curated by Ron Faranovich.
curated by Ron Faranovich
Guest curated by Ron Faranovich, the exhibition features the sweet, moist, frothy, naughty, and altogether guilty pleasurable work of:
Tetsuji Aono, whose funky critical mass harkens 1980s nostalgia while kicking out the post-punk jams of homo-economic domesticity; Micol Hebron, and her frilly-girly exuberance of “caught-in-the act” art chumminess and clumsiness; Ken Hurbert, who has seamlessly bridged the pastel and pastoral gap between 20th century Modern Art and post-Pop painting; Keith Walsh, who is at once a one-man band (The Keith Walsh Experience) and a charming disarmer of functional and visual conventions and confections; and Matt Wardell, whose damn dirty ape-ishness and inspired insouciance provides us with naïve yet delicately crafted portrayals of the post-industrial, pre-apocryphal sensibility that permeates the work of these five fabulous Boss Angeles artists.
Please join us for the artists’ cupcake reception and live Keith Walsh Experience performance on November 22, 2008 from 6 - 9 PM. The show will remain on view through December 20, 2008.
990 N. Hill St. 205 - Los Angeles
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday, 12-6pm; or by appointment