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Dehara Yukinori - Workshop Photos

Amazing, amazing and amazing. 11 people enjoyed father's day and remixed and dismantled SOFVI figures and painted them! Dehara is a natural teacher and creates a positive atmosphere. It's fun to know that a person can come from abroad and reach people in this way. Thanks much for coming and join us next year. 

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Yukinori Dehara Sofvi Dismantling Exhibition June 16-July 11, 2018

Yukinori Dehara SOFVI DismantlingJune 16 - July 11 Solo ExhibitionReception Sat JUNE 16th 6:30-10pmWorkshop Sun JUNE 17th 3-4:30pm GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90025  Dehara is back with a new concept that goes beyond Sofubi (vinyl figures). What is that? It's the breakdown. it's the building blocks. Dehara is now the statesman of figures. With this exhibition, he's examining the deconstruction of figures.Dehara's created and is part of the current and history of sofubi. His work has gone beyond sofubi into art. He sculpt individual pieces and displays them like figures, however they're fine art. Meanwhile, he still creates new sofubi figures. He will be in attendance. 

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Secret Psychic Friend Spotlight - Solo Exhibition by THeo Ellsworth

May 26th - June 13th Theo Ellsworth Solo Exhibition GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90025  Secret Psychic Friend Spotlight is a collection of over 80 originalwood cutout drawings of Medicine Monsters, Multi-dimensional Welcome Wagons, Haunted Architectural Spirits, and Mutant children who have vowed to use their powers for good.  Get here and see the exhibition! See photos from the previous exhibition. LINK

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Momo - A Group Exhibition March 3 - March 21st

MOMO NO SEKKU/ 桃の節句(PEACH FESTIVAL)  Exhibition - March 3 - March 21st. Reception 6:30-10pm GIRLS DAY or Hinamatsuri is a day which one of five seasonal milestones on the Japanese calendar. It was established from the Chinese Yin-Yang Five-Line theory.  MOMO/ means peach, and peach blossom stands for longevity, also it was said that peach blossom ward off evil spirits. SEKKU/ SE: means the change of the season. KKU: means festival and offering. It’s a seasonal milestone that wishes a disease-free life, good harvest, prosperity of descendants, and warding off evil.  Stella im Hultberg, Mari Inukai, Audrey Kawasaki, Nicolas Nemiri, Amy Sol, Katsuya Terada, Kent Williams, Yoskay Yamamoto at GR2 Gallery 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 Curated by Mari Inukai

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