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GR2: Year of the Monkey - A Group Exhibition

Giant Robot 2 Gallery is proud to present Year of the Monkey Artists include:   Aaron Brown, Alexander Vidal, Allison Cole, Ayumi Takahashi, Brian Luong, Caitlin Anne, Candie Bolton, Cassia Lupo, Christy Saguanpong, Dan Goodsell, Dan-ah Kim, David Horvath, Delfin Finley, Elliot Brown, Enky Skulls, Eric Nyquist, Flat Bonnie, Gary Musgrave, Heeyeon Chong, Jared Andrew Schorr, Jen Tong, Jeni Yang, Jerome Lu, Jesse Tise, Jisoo Kim, Junko Ogawa, Justine Lin, Katherine Chiu, Katsuya Terada, Kerry Horvath, Kevin Luong, Kwanchai Moriya, Leonardo Santamaria, Luke Chueh, Maggie Chiang, Mari Inukai, Martin Hsu, Matt Furie, Mike Lee, Ming Ong, Miso, Moira Hahn, Patrick Hruby, Risa Kogawa, Rohitash Rao, Sean Chao, Sean Norvet, Shark Toof, Shawn Cheng, Shihori Nakayama, Stasia Burrington, Tae Lee, Theo Ellsworth,...

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GR2 Interview: Merging Views – Dan-ah Kim

1) Explain about your work area / studio. What about it makes you enjoy working there? I recently moved into a small art studio in Gowanus, close to where I live. I like having a space outside of my apartment where I can go to focus on work, put drawings up on the walls, make and leave a mess. It’s basically a white box that reminds me of art school studios, but it’s the first private space I’ve had and it feels like my secret hideout. 2) How does it differ from your last working area? Right before this space I spent a year in large studio shared with a florist. That one was really inspiring to work out of...

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GR2 Interview: Merging Views – Dan-ah Kim

1) Explain about your work area / studio. What about it makes you enjoy working there? I recently moved into a small art studio in Gowanus, close to where I live. I like having a space outside of my apartment where I can go to focus on work, put drawings up on the walls, make and leave a mess. It’s basically a white box that reminds me of art school studios, but it’s the first private space I’ve had and it feels like my secret hideout. 2) How does it differ from your last working area? Right before this space I spent a year in large studio shared with a florist. That one was really inspiring to work out of...

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GR2: Merging Views 1/11 – 1/29/14 Reception Sat Jan 11, 6:30-10pm

Merging Views January 11, 2014 – January 29th, 2014 Reception Saturday January 11th, 2014 6:30-10pm Merging Views will be the first exhibition opening at Giant Robot 2 in 2014 and featuring great artists from Los Angeles and beyond: Godeleine de Rosamel, Wayne Johnson, Kwanchai Moriya, Stasia Burrington, Dan McCarthy, and Dan-ah Kim. Each will be featuring their own hand in art, from 40 clay sculptures by childrens book artist, Godeleine de Rosamel, silk screener hero Dan McCarthy, who captures Cape Cod, life long ago and worlds beyond, to painters which range in styles. Wayne Johnson uses oils in a time tested technique that echoes both contemporary and historical works. Kwanchai Moriya works faster and creates pieces based on sci-fi and the...

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GR2: Merging Views 1/11 – 1/29/14 Reception Sat Jan 11, 6:30-10pm

Merging Views January 11, 2014 – January 29th, 2014 Reception Saturday January 11th, 2014 6:30-10pm Merging Views will be the first exhibition opening at Giant Robot 2 in 2014 and featuring great artists from Los Angeles and beyond: Godeleine de Rosamel, Wayne Johnson, Kwanchai Moriya, Stasia Burrington, Dan McCarthy, and Dan-ah Kim. Each will be featuring their own hand in art, from 40 clay sculptures by childrens book artist, Godeleine de Rosamel, silk screener hero Dan McCarthy, who captures Cape Cod, life long ago and worlds beyond, to painters which range in styles. Wayne Johnson uses oils in a time tested technique that echoes both contemporary and historical works. Kwanchai Moriya works faster and creates pieces based on sci-fi and the...

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