Wednesday, May 24, 2006


June 17 - June 24, 2006
Opening reception: Saturday, June 17, 2006 (7pm-11pm)
Complimentary Refreshments
Bring in your flyer to receive a free gift at the door
Nucleus proudly presents, The Power in Numbers Show, a one week event on behalf of the Red Cross. This show presents a wide variety of new and original art by over 100 artists. The artists will be creating on a strict 4” x 6” postcard format using any desired medium they choose on a two dimensional surface. Buyers will be able to “pick and grab”, taking their purchases immediately after they have been made. All artwork will be marked at exactly $100. Artists may submit up to 4 pieces giving nearly all collectors a chance to take home something.

This exhibition will be held at our two-story, 1,200 foot gallery with an opening reception being held on the 16th. There will also be a private viewing for the press at 4:00 P.M on the night of the opening. Please contact us for more information and to RSVP.

Aaron Jasinski, Adam Greeley, Alayna Magnan, Albert Chow, Alex Fuentes, Amy Kim Ganter, Andrea Offermann, Andrew Bell, Andy Kehoe, Anna Chambers, Anna Woltz, Annie Owens, Attaboy, Ben Horton, Blinky, Brendan Monroe, Brian Morris, Brianne Drouhard, Cameron Tiede, Catia Chien, Christian L. Scheurer, Christin Ciaccio, Christine Hwang, Chet Zar, Chu-Hui Song, Clio Chiang, Crystal Yin, Daisuke Tsutsumi, Daniel Lim, Dan Santat, Darren Quach, Dave Bondi, Debbie Huey, Edwin Ushir, oEmma Goo, Eric Radomsk, Fiel Valdez, Francesco LoCastro, Freeman Wang, Frohawk Two Feathers, Greg Storey, Heather Chavez, Irineo Maramba, Israel Sanchez, Jacob Magraw, Jaime Zollars, Jay Baker, Jeana Sohn, Jenny Gase-Baker, Jessi Dore Lawson, Jim Hsieh, Joe Healy, Johnny Rodriguez, John Pham, Jon Han, Jon Sukarangsan, Jophen Stein, Josie Trinidad, Julie Nishioka, Julie West, Justin Ridge, Julio Stanley Flores, Karyn Raz, Kazu Kibuishi, Kean Soo, Kelly Chan, Kelly Tunstall, Kendra Boggs, Kerry Horvath, Lark Pien, Lee White, Lesley Reppeteaux, Lola Gil, Maria Go, Mari Araki, Mari Inukai, Michael Brown, Michel Gagné, Miss Mindy, Nakanari, Nanospore, Nathalie Roland, Nathan Spoor, Nick Jeong, Nicolas Marlet, Oscar Guzman, Pamela Henderson, Patrick Morgan, Patrick Williams, Paul Briggs, Pete Oswald, Peter Vattanatham, Rad Sechrist, Richard Pose, Robh Ruppel, Rob Schwager, Robert Kondo, Ronald Kurniawan, Ronald Llanos, Ryan Delahoz, Saelee Oh, Skye Hwang, Stef Choi, Sunni Han, Suzanne Husky, Thomas Han, Tragnark, Wilson Hsu, Wilson Swain, Yoko Tanaka, Yuri Hasegawa and more...

Gallery Nucleus
30 West Main St.
Alhambra Ca 91801

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The Run Up - Estevan Oriol [Teaser Trailer]

Monday, May 22, 2006

Hamburger City @ Turntable Lab LA

TURNTABLE LAB LOS ANGELES presents HAMBURGER CITY. if you are in the l.a. area, be sure to come to the show! its gonna be totes ridiculoidalaboopy cakes. the info: saturday, may 27th, 8pm, turntable lab los angeles, 424 north fairfax avenue, (cross street, beverly blvd.) djs plus free beer, everyone's invited.. photography by: uri korn, ryan furtado, estevan oriol, patrick griffin, boogie, ted pushinsky, ray potes, david potes, stefan simikich, jason roberts dobrin, david uzzardi, dylan maddux, and dave schubert..

Friday, May 19, 2006

Collabo @ Subject Matter

Featuring Collabrative Works From Over 60+ ArtistsJoshua Petker / Sylvia Ji / Robert Bowen / Alex Pardee / John Stuart Berger / Lesley Reppeteaux / Daryll Peirce / Henry Lewis / Shawn Barber / Diet / Curve / Luiki / The Mac / Mark Bode / Peter Taylor / Sez / Jophen Stein / Greg Simkins / Kim Scott / Michele Waterman / Len Croskey / Gustaf Rooth / Tim McCormick / Kofie / Asylm / Scott Saw / Neko / C. Liu / Mike Maxwell / The Kid Peep / John Gill / Axis / Poor Al / Sophia Pottish / Marshall Astor / Chris Coggan / Siloette / Dave "Persue" Ross / Tristan Eaton / Downtimer / Aaron Kraten / Casey O'Connell / Joe Joe / Tina Anderson / Meex / Albert Reyes / Kelly Hutchinson / David Russell Talbott / Korin Faught / Natalia Fabia / Azstar78 / Thought Ninjas / Jeremy Parker / Mike Kershner / Justin Abbink / Brandon Steen / Keith Greene / Eric Koester / Marco Zamora / Ewsoe / Chandu Reading / Andre Salcido / Isaac Pierro / Monica Hoover / Johnny Vampotna / Retna / Brooke Reidt / Kevin Peterson + MORE....Co-Curated by Poor AL

Opening ReceptionSaturday, May 20th 7pm-11pm w/ DJ's
Subject Matter @ The LAB
Parking is difficult. Spaces are available at The Camp, Randolph Street & the Business Complex next To Memphis(Click For Directions)
Show Runs May 20th, 2006 - June 18th, 2006

Costa Mesa, CA – May 20th, 2006 – This month Subject Matter Gallery features “Collabro”, a collection of rare collaborative art pieces created by over 68 participating artists. The “Collabro” group show aims to define a moment of the urban art movement, a movement met with evolutionary strides in ideas, composition and esthetic. In this contemporary art progression, artists are encouraged to break hard-line, uncompromising work conventions and instead progress with eachother, as evidenced in the cooperative elements of street murals. For “Collabro” the artists have joined their separate art forms on shared canvas space, providing exceptional opportunities in what can be called an “ego share.”

The “Collabro” artists have teamed up in groups of two or more to create work all captured and connected in one gallery. Collaborative art pieces will have their artists revealed at the show opening. Participating artists include Greg “Craola” Simkins, Mark Bode, Tristan Eaton, Sylvia Ji, Alex Pardee, Tim McCormick, Kevin Peterson, , Shawn Barber, Henry Lewis, Diet, Kurve, Len Croskey, Casey O’Connell, Albert Reyes, Korin Faught, Natalia Fabia and more, along with work from show curator Poor Al.

Subject Matter Gallery @ the LAB
2930 Bristol St, Suite A-101
Costa Mesa CA 92626
tel. 714.668.9887
Monday– Saturday : 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday : 11:00 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Compound Concoction

Guestroom Gallery features the works of twelve American and Japanese artists in the space it shares with Mark Woolley’s Gallery under the Wonder Ballroom at 128 NE Russell in Portland. The show, called Compound Concoction, is curated by Katsu Tanaka of Portland’s Compound Gallery and Just be Design. The artists’ works will be on display now through May 31st, 2006 at Guestroom. Eleven of the artists Katsu has selected for the show live in Japan, with Compound Concoction marking a rare opportunity to view many of the artists’ works in the US. All of the twelve artists represented in the show have been influenced by Japanese art.

The other artists are:
Erik Sandberg, Kosuke Ikeda, Kazumi Ozaki, Momoyo, Re:VERSE, Yugo Fugita, Anyuu Rizumu, ZanPon, Akira Wakui, Cicci and Sally, Evan B. Harris


PUMA has teamed up with Bloomindale's to present you with A Night of Art, Fashion, Culture, Sport, and Social Consciousness.

This event is to celebrate the publication of "THE AFRICAN GAME." and will feature an art gallery style Photo exhibit and excerpts from "THE AFRICAN GAME" book.

"THE AFRICAN GAME is a book that takes an indebt look at the worlds most popular sport; Soccer!
Soccer is an integral part of local cultures across the world. It is something so positive that it brings smiles to children's faces even in the worst of circumstances. In most places simply arriving at a field with a soccer ball will win you instant friendships and immediate access into a local community. Soccer teams and leagues are ubiquitous structures in even the most impoverished areas. And professional soccer players are heroes to the kids who watch them play- imagine Michael Jordan, if basketball was all anybody watched!

The Purpose of the book is to bring light to a big problem around the world.
It's not all about soccer. Grassroot Soccer's mission is to mobilize the global soccer community in the fight against HIV/AIDS. We have developed an internationally recognized HIV prevention curriculum that uses soccer players and the game itself to teach awareness about the disease, critical life skills, and prevention strategies to young people.

%100 of the proceeds of the sales of "THE AFRICAN GAME" will benefit to the Grass Root Soccer organization.

Free Cocktails Courtesy of STOLICHNAYA RUSSIAN VODKA *With 21+ ID

Thursday May 18th. From 7pm-9pm 2006
(2 Hours of Music, Food & Drinks)

Bloomindale's Beverly Center 8500 Beverly Blvd. Men's Dept 1.

Please RSVP@NYLONMAG.COM and come on through!

Slick X BountyxHunter - SLIRU-KUN

Name of character is SLIRU-KUN. The SLI is for SLIck, the RU is for HikaRU. SLIRU is also how they say "thrill" in Japanese. There is Slick's tag(signature) printed on Sliru-kun's back.
Available now and only available at BountyxHunter stores in Japan. Retail price is 7,140 yen.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Photos From "Community One" @ The Social Trust.

I thought I had more photographs of people that were there.... but I guess I got too distracted by the skyline of LA from the roof of the building.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

I SEE YOU - Benefit for Keith Tamashiro

A 3 Day Benefit for Keith Tamashiro
May 24 – May 26, 2006

On January 31, 2006, our dear friend Keith suffered a brain aneurysm. I SEE YOU is a
series of benefit events in which artists and performers who are close friends of Keith,
have joined forces and donated their time and talents, to help raise money for his medical
expenses as he makes his journey to recovery. Keith, one half of Soap Design Co., Los
Angeles, is regarded by many in the music industry as an innovative graphic artist, with a
keen eye towards the cutting-edge, and a distinctive point of view. For more than a decade,
his work has graced the covers of many albums. As a friend, he has touched and enriched
our lives in countless ways. We thank you for your support in helping us help Keith,
get back on his feet. For updates visit:

Please help us in our mission by attending these series of benefit events, I SEE YOU.
100% of all proceeds from these events will go toward Keith’s medical expenses.


Also, catch Brandy Flower’s HIT + RUN at the Mayan show.

Other I SEE YOU events:
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I SEE YOU: An Art Benefit and Auction
Showcasing exclusive artwork by:

B+ Coleman David Calicchio David Ellis Dezeinswell Sam Flores Brandy Flower Gajin Fujita Haze Cody Hudson HVW8 TY G Jeff Jank Aye Jay! Kofie Gabriela Lopez Keila Lopez Diana McClure Ruben Ochoa Jose Parla Ritzy Periwinkle Plasticgod James Reitano Angelica Robles Brent Rollins RoStarr Slick Zeke Trejo Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca a special tribute, hand made book by Keith’s Otis College students and more

UPDATE - 5/17

The art event/auction on May 24 will now take place at Transport Gallery at 1308 Factory Place, LA CA 90013

It will happen from 6:00pm to 11:00pm

6:00pm to 9:30pm is a catered reception with tickets at $30
9:30pm to 11:00pm is pay what you can

RSVP’s for the catered reception requested – RSVP at 213-483-3475
Press contacts can email me (JULIE) at

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I SEE YOU: A Night of Healing Vibrations
Live performances by:
Kim Hill Ammoncontact featuring: Dwight Trible &
The Life Force Trio, Kamau Daaood, Adam Rudolph,
Prince Po, Lil Sci, Najite, Sach, Abstract Rude + more
Hosted by: Garth Trinidad

Temple Bar
1026 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica
9pm-2am 21+ $20 suggested donation

I SEE YOU: An Intimate Evening of Elevated Voices
Live performances by:
Daedelus Mia Doi Todd Nobody & Mystic Chords of Memory
DJ sets by: The Dublab Soundsystem + special guests

The Little Temple
4519 Santa Monica Blvd., Silverlake
9pm-2am 21+ $10 suggested donation
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If you would like to make a monetary contribution to Keith, please call/email Gabriela Lopez at 323-666-2383 or

Monday, May 08, 2006

Upcoming Kid Robot Events

SF-May 11th

SF-May 18th

NY-May 25th

LA-June 1st

Sunday, May 07, 2006

The Run Up

Featuring twenty-six of the most eminent artists of today, The Run Up is a visual and historical representation of contemporary art. The DVD is composed of one-on-one interviews with the artists that depict their personal journeys in finding their artistic style as well as creating a space for themselves within the art world.

The Trailer:

More info:

Friday, May 05, 2006

This Place is Ours Now

This Place is Ours Now,Featuring new work by Jim Houser

Opening Saturday May 6, 2006, Merry Karnowsky, in sponsorship with Motorola and Swindle Magazine, is pleased to present This Place is Ours Now, an exhibition of paintings and wall installations by artist Jim Houser. This will be the artist’s first solo show at the gallery, and is the culmination of several years of focused studio work. Known for his work in diverse media—drawing, painting and installations— Houser’s exhibition will include entirely new works, along with a few site-specific large-scale wall and sculptural installations.

Jim Houser uses fragments of personal experience to capture and catalogue imagery while using the convention of the fine and decorative arts as a formal point of departure. Densely layered and vaguely topographical, his paintings suggest sequences of cosmic secrets and fragments populated by science fiction, animals, and caricatured figures. In his intricate wall installations, space itself becomes a physical container for pictorial encoded thoughts and symbols. Houser’s dynamic kaleidoscopic surfaces, which continue to unfold after prolonged viewing, map to poignant personal moments in time drawn from the artists life.

Opening Reception: May 6th, 8-11 PM
Exhibition Dates, May 6th - June 3rd 2006

Merry Karnowsky Gallery
170 South La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90036

Fractions & Notions

Featuring new work by
Tim Hussey and Anne Faith Nicholls
Opening Reception Friday, May 5th, 2006
8:00pm 11:00pm

Exhibition Dates
May 5th, 2006 - June 2nd, 2006

Subliminal Projects Gallery
3780 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 210
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Community One @ Social Trust

The Social Trust is a company found under the premise of Friendship and Community. As a company, The Social Trust is a visual agency with a firm concentration on Photography and Film. As a studio, the agency’s venue encompasses a 4,500 sq ft space located in the heart of the southside of Downtown Los Angeles. The Social Trust has also partnered with Evil Monito magazine in operating a Retail/Showroom that will carry premier apparel brands as well as books and a variety of novelty art pieces.

COMMUNITY ONE is the formal opening title to invite citizens of Los Angeles and abroad of our bold new venture. Throughout the past few months while the agency were building their space, an open invitation was made to friends and family who best represented our broad scope of people within the industry of fashion, art, and design. The portraits which were executed from The Social Trust, give an honest portrayal of the ever omnipresent fact that the global network of artisans are closer than we think.

COMMUNITY ONE is their gift to friends and family.

COMMUNITY ONE A Photography Exhibit
Day / Time.
May 6, 2006 - SAT
7:30 pm - 11 pm

The Social Trust
155 W. Washington Blvd. Ste. #714
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 743 - 9745

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