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Recap // Eternal Wipeout

Eternal Wipeout went down last Saturday at Innocnts Gallery with much success! New works from South Bay's finest Murk Lurks and Matt Borgia made for a rad evening of art, music, booze, and good vibes. Big thanks to Pabst Blue Ribbon, Pizzanista, Rad Coffee Truck, and Krusin Skate Shop for their support! And heavy shakas to Sweet Reaper for their rad performance! Check out their bandcamp for more! The exhibition remains up until May 26st.

For exhibition catalog with available work contact us here.


 
 
 
 

Murk Lurks // $150 // Available

 

Matt Borgia / $200 / Sold

Matt Borgia / $200 / Sold

 
 
 
 
Murk Lurks // $350 // Available

Murk Lurks // $350 // Available

 
 

Matt Borgia // $300 // Available

 
 
 

Matt Borgia // $1,000 // Available

 

Murk Lurks // $350 // Available

 
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Matt Borgia // $400 // Available

 
 
 

Murk Lurks // $350 // Available

 
Eternal Wipeout At Innocnts Gallery

Opening this Saturday (5/9) 7pm at Innocnts Gallery || ETERNAL WIPEOUT || featuring new works by Murk Lurks and Matt Borgia!! Performance by Sweet Reaper and vinyl sound selection from Tony Accosta!! Cold brews via Pabst Blue Ribbon with free Pizzanista till it's gone. Rad Coffee Truck on the scene as well! It's gonna be a rad night!!!


 
 
 
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

 
GUALTIERI + FOGEL + HOFF + DUNIETZ

Innocnts Gallery is proud to present a special record release performance by guitarist Maxwell Gualtieri, percussionist Corey Fogel, pianist Maya Dunietz, and bassist Devin Hoff in conjunction with Maxwell's recent release on pfMentum Records.

The evening starts 8pm at Innoncts Gallery in Echo Park.  $5 cover with seating and standing room.

Facebook event page here.

1154 Glendale Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90026


 
 
 
Teebs Artist Discussion

A really cool thing happened when we were hanging Teebs solo exhibition Overgrown a few weeks back at New Image Art. Yes we were drinking IPA's but that's not what I'm speaking of. In the process of hanging the 200 small abstract studies we began to pick out favorites and that evolved into a cool discussion, critique, and process of elimination leaving us with one final piece.

Well we had so much fun doing it we decided why not let everyone else who feels inclined do the same. So we did just that on April 1st at New Image Art where Innocnts hosted and moderated a cool discussion in which Teebs spoke candidly about the work and process that went into his recent solo exhibition at NIA titled OVERGROWN. Together as a small group gallery patrons picked out 2 favorite remaining unsold small abstracts and were then asked to discuss what about those particular pieces they found interesting. The critique and discussion was thoughtful and by then end we had one remaining piece. Teebs surprised everyone by allowing each participant to take home the piece in which they spoke for. It was a great night of discourse around art which should really happen more often amongst art appreciators. Look forward to doing more similar things like this in the future at Innocnts.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Artist Kris Chau

Sometimes the best way to find great artists is to have another great artist turn you on to them. Such is the case with with Los Angeles based artist Kris Chau who we recently became familiar with. Innocnts is very pleased to be working on a solo show of her latest series Gods Of Summer coming to Innocnts Gallery in September. Stay tuned for more details!


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This Crazy Life

New Image Art is pleased to present, This Crazy Life, a group show featuring Gregory Bojorquez, Patrick Martinez, and Michael Vasquez, opening Saturday, April  26, 2014, 7-10pm.

This Crazy Life encompasses the poetic commonalities found in today's urban/inner city environments. The works depict an authentic viewpoint of "beauty through chaos" that seems so natural within the backdrop of urban struggle and growth. By interpreting their own personal realities through forms of portrait based photography, paint, and mixed media, these three artist are able to inform and contribute to a larger social understanding of urban culture through their contextual relationship with art.