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Friends with the Animals - And Other Tales in an Anthropomorphized World

Luke Chueh Curates Friends with the Animals - And Other Tales in an Anthropomorphized World Opening Reception Sat April 8th, 2017 6:30-10pm April 8 - April 26th at Giant Robot 2 Gallery2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025Curated by Luke Chueh, this exhibition will feature artists who will anthropomorphize animals in exuberant settings. Jessicka Addams, Erik Alos, Anthony Ausgang, Matthew Bone, Ca Cooca, Sean Chao, Luke Chueh, Steven Daily, Camilla d’Errico, McKenzie Fisk, Alessandro Gallo, Moira Hahn, Naoto Hattori, Mari Inukai, Jeremiah Ketner, KMNDZ, Kozyndan, Travis Lampe, Dan May, Liz McGrath, Myuko Nakamura, Lou Pimentel, Kano, Kukula, Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak, Jermaine Rogers, Amy Sol, Allison Sommers, Katsuya Terada, Scott Tolleson, Yosuke Ueno, Turtle Wayne, Kaa Yeo, Jesse J*ryu Yu, and more!

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What Will Grow? Solo Exhibition by Susie Ghahremani

WHAT WILL GROW? Solo Exhibition by Susie Ghahremani GR2 Gallery 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 424-246-7626 March 18 - April 5, 2017 Reception / Signing March 18 - 6:30-10pm Susie Ghahremani will be showing all of the original paintings from her picture book What Will Grow? We will have copies on hand. Susie will be signing copies of her book and will also feature a new pin design.  From Susie Ghahremani: "For this show and recent works, my paintings are focused on the combination of plant life and fauna united by patterns and soft, earthy color palettes. Much of my work is inspired by our NationalPap and themes of conservation." For any other information or extra images, feel free...

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Enter Giant Robot Media

It’s been a number of years since the final issue of Giant Robot Magazine. Since then, I’ve been running the shops, designing products, and developing curatorial projects at institutions like JANM, Oakland Museum of CA, Worcester Art Museum, and Honolulu Museum of Art. I’ve also worked on editorial content for different outlets, but there’s nothing better than exploring the coolest parts of Asian Popular Culture. In the near future, myself and a new team will be centralizing our editorial efforts into a new entity — Giant Robot Media. In doing this, I had to think about what makes Giant Robot, GIANT ROBOT, and I came up with two key components: it’s indie ethos combined with the celebration of the Underdog....

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