Posts tagged Echo Park
We Are The Romantic Ones : Opening Feb 14th at Subliminal Projects

A group exhibition curated by Innocnts
Opening Reception: Feb 14th, 2018 // 7-10pm
Exhibition Dates: Feb 14 - Mar 03, 2018
Gallery Hours: Wed - Sat // 12-6pm
Subliminal Projects // 1331 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90026

 Innocnts returns to Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects in Echo Park to curate the second edition of WE ARE THE ROMANTIC ONES, a Saint Valentine’s Day group exhibition including emotive driven painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, and installation. Last year’s one-night-only exhibition was greeted by warm crowds and goods vibes. A collection of long stem roses was available to any gal in attendance and Innocnts bootlegged some red wine from a Trader Joe’s truck to set the mood right. It was such a successful night that Subliminal Projects offered Innocnts another go this year. This time around the exhibition will run for 3 weeks from February 14th through March 3rd. The opening reception on Saint Valentine’s Night will include a special intimate Hip-Hop performance about a girlfriend by Kapeesh and select oldies vinyl by Jordan Blackmon (Toro Y Moi guitarist). Join us at Subliminal Projects Wednesday, February 14th from 7pm to 10pm as we kick off the opening reception.

Featured Artists:

Valerie Jocelyn Bower, Sean Tully, Evan Mendel, Jose Araujo, Francisco Reyes Jr, Derek Albeck, Alfonso Gonzales Jr, Marco Zamora, Maxwell McMaster, Javier Ramirez, Sofia Enriquez, Johanna Olk, Bryan Peterson, Gino Perez, Dane Peterson, Kayla Varley, Hayden Burdge, Phil Leonard, Bryan Yazzie, Richard “French” Sayer, Sic Kid, Ohad Sarfaty, Teague Muir, Aaron Elvis Jupin, Andrea Nakhla, Maddison Kellie, Bob Flowers, DJ Javier, Paul Verdell, Leo Eguiarte, Melly Trochez, Alex Fatemi, Bumblebee Loves You, Kim Francis, Colby Rogers, Rafael Ramirez, Megan McBride, Susanne Melanie Berry, Chris J Bell, Samantha Grad, Nathan Alexis Brown, Pandora Decoster, Sergio Hernandez, Jane Lee, Logan Rauhut, Alexandria Carrion, Nathan Mckee, Felix Quintana, Chase Wolcott, Samuel Crookshanks, Michelle Guintu, West Adler, Julien Roubinet, Chad Muska, Sabina Sauce, Clint Peterson

Recap: Never Mind The Dog At Innocnts

We had a great opening last Saturday (11/28) for Never Mind The Dog, a group exhibition curated by Jose Araujo. Inspired by conditions of rebellion, street themes, outsider markings, and other concepts of thought, much of the work in NMTD is socially reflective of the times we live yet holds nostalgic relevance through it's cultural awareness. Curated with a focus on shades of black, white, and grey, Jose and crew transformed the gallery space by airbrushing a brick wall on one side with buffed tags on the opposing wall. Similar scaled work from a solid crew of respected tattoo artists adorned the walls making the space visually stimulating upon entry. In the back corner Jose created a small tattoo shop installation complete with checkered floor, a VHS tv, and various tattoo ephemera strewn across the work desk. Later on in the night local synth metal band DiVola put a killer performance for gallery patrons. And to top it all off, the night was blessed with free beer and pizza compliments of Pabst Blue Ribbon and Delicious Pizza keeping everyone in proper form.

The following Sunday Jose setup in the gallery space offering $40 tattoos on a first come first serve basis while we grilled up some Asada and Pollo with some cold beers. Our friends at Badseed Printing parked out front and had a nice sidewalk sale with various items including vintage pornos, Beavis & Butthead magnets, Innocnts tees, custom beer coozys, and other favorable items for that certain someone in your life. It was a solid weekend overall to say the least.

The show was just a 2-day pop-up so if you missed it, you're outta luck. That said, we do have an exhibition pdf catalog with available for those interested. Contact us here for more details.


Photo: @Burritonight

Artwork by Badseed

Artwork by Badseed

Photo: @Burritonight


Artwork by Mathew Miller


Photo: @Burritonight

Photo: @Burritonight


Homemade tattoo machine and ink by Jose Anaujo

Recap Aaron Elvis Jupin At Innocnts Gallery

Aaron Elvis Jupin makes rad things. He also skates pretty good. Plus he's a great human being. That's why we love him. A Few weeks back we celebrated the opening of his solo exhibition // HOW'D I GET HERE? //  at Innocnts Gallery. OUR DUDES AT House Beer hooked up cold ones and Aaron's girlfriend had the sickest playlist. A bunch of our friends came out and we reveled in the good vibes. Here's some pics from the exhibition and opening.

For any further information on Aaron or an exhibition catalog please contact us here.


Much appreciation to those that were able to make it out last Saturday for the opening of GROUP CHAT with Bay Area artist couple Alex Fatemi and Kindah Khalidy. It was a pleasure to finally have them down in Los Angeles and showing at Innocnts Gallery. Much appreciation to Aaron of Peaking Lights, Mitch from KXLU, and Peace Out for all the rad MUSIC! And shout out to Pablst Blue Ribbon for their continued support of THE program here at Innocnts.

There's an exhibition catalog (pdf) available via email for those interested in artwork. The exhibition runs through July 15th so stop in and say hello if you're around the Echo Park area!

Recap // Nothings Too Precious

The opening of Nothings Too Precious went down earlier this month with much success. Inspired by the accessibility and honesty found through skateboarding, "Nothings Too Precious" features a selection of smaller works from noted skateboarders. And in keeping with the exhibition's intent, all work is priced modestly at $100. Much of the work sold and all that attended would likely agree it was an amazing night. The exhibition remains up through the end of the month with regular business hours of operation. There is still some great work that remains and we have a pdf catalog for anyone interested in available work.

Much appreciation to Krusin Skate Shop and Pabst Blue Ribbon for their continued support!!!


Installation view Nothings Too Precious. Pic by MorGnar

Mark Gonzales / Gino Perez, Sold

Nicole Dodson, Available

Chad Muska, Paulo Diaz, Sean Tully, and Eric Pupecki at Krusin Skate Shop. pic by MorGnar

Andrew Schoultz, Available

Pat Ngoho surveying the scene. Pic by MorGnar

Quim Cardona, Sold

Billy Valdes, Available

Alex Fatemi, Available

Krusin / Innocnts Family

Steve Saiz, Available

Mark Foster, Available

Christian Hosoi and Kevin "Spanky" Long artwork

Style defined...Chad Muska and Paulo Diaz at Innocnts. Pic by MorGnar

Lance Mountain, Sold

Beau Roulette, Available

Great night for an art show. Pic by Steven Andrew Garcia

Installation view of Nothings Too Precious

Richard Sanchez, Sold

Chris Pastras and the Saiz brothers. Pic by Steven Andrew Garcia

Jason Grillo, Paulo Diaz, and Sean Tully in discussion. Pic by Steven Andrew Garcia

Jacob Messex and crew. Pic by Steven Andrew Garcia

Tjaden Brewer, Sold

The writing on the wall. Pic by MorGnar

Echo Park sidewalk life at Krusin Skate Shop and Innocnts Gallery. Pic by Marco Zamora

Chad Muska, Sold

Quim Cardona, Sold

Paulo Diaz showed up with a band and it was amazing. Pic by MorGnar

Danny Minnick, Sold

Shout out to PBR for the beers! Some folks even brought their own. Pic by Steven Andrew Garcia

Jeremy Wray, Available

Christian Hosoi, Sold

Pic by MorGnar

Paulo Diaz, Sold