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MARCH 10 – APRIL 4
RECEPTION: SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 6:30-10PM
MONYO MONYO, JUDE BUFFUM, PAUL ROBERTSON,
FERIC, MEAT BUN, FRENCH, SEAN CHAO
We all have interests that takes us away. Our postcard image by Australian artist Paul Robertson which hyper dense and 8-bit influenced. Jude Buffum from Philadelphia crosses 8-bit art and social and pop culture commentary. Monyo Monyo from Japan creates wearable masks that are furry and powerful. Feric from Taiwan is known for his delicate and cyber-detailed pieces. Originally from Taiwan but now a resident of Los Angeles, Sean Chao creates astonishing dioramic worlds. French from England evokes metal music and its iconography. Meat Bun, our comrades from multiple pop up shops and Game Night events will display some of their iconic work. In attendance for the opening will be Paul Robertson, Sean Chao and the trio who make Meat Bun.
We’ll also have a Game Night – March 24th 6-10pm also at GR2.
FEBRUARY 18 – MARCH 7
NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
APAK, ULISES FARINAS, RENEE FRENCH, PAMELA HENDERSON,
ALBERT REYES, ERIKA YAMASHIRO
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|YEAR OF THE DRAGON||PRINTED MATTER 10|
NEW AND FEATURED FOR MARCH
PIT BULL PRINT
TIN TRUCK + COIN BANK
|Albert Reyes shows his tough side in this Pit Bull print. Classic Reyes imagery.||Uglydoll brings its quirky characters to its series of classic tin toys. Functional, free wheeling trucks can keep your coins safe and in one place.|
TIN KEEPSAKE BOX
|It looks like a lunch box. Hey, could be! Or you can use it to store your secret files and mementos.||Detail view. New wallet friendly but not wallet sized prints from illustration duo Kozydan.|
BIBI BUTTON / LORELI LOVE
|Turn them upside down and inside you’ll find a teeny tiny card, perfect for writing messages.||From the depths of deep, dark outer space! Wind up the Space Robot to make him walk!|
|ANIMAL STYLE – FILM PROGRAM
The first section showcases independent films and shorts made by Asian American skateboarders without financial backing from the action sports industry or the benefit of corporate screenings and festivals. The latter half features skating in Asia by Asians with local twists from Hong Kong and Bangkok.
|MOTHERFUCKERLAND: INSTALLMENT 7
Read this week’s installment of Ed Lin’s serialized novel. All installments to date are available and we are about a quarter of the way through.
|MONGOLIAN LUNAR NEW YEAR
By MICHELLE BOROK
“The holiday is about more than starting a new year right, it’s about family coming together, and in a country where family can be far flung, the importance of coming together is honored.”
|CHOW-YUN FAT IN JIANG WEN’S LET THE BULLETS FLY
With all of the polish and scale of a modern Chinese blockbuster but none of the pretense or clumsiness, Let The Bullets Fly is as fun to watch as it is stylish and epic. Opens in the U.S. on March 2nd.