INTO 2010, the PREVIEW (also, 2010...right around now)

Posted by admin on January 7, 2010

Interesting News
Our show at Metropolis has been listed on Juxtapoz Magazine"s Top 100 Moments of 2009. Weird.
See here

Caught on Video

Click here to see a short video Eric Nakamura put together recently which shows me mumbling away in my studio.  After sitting through it I am surprised to find that I come off both more eccentric and more dull than I usually think of myself.  I like the Goh Nakamura song, and props to Eric for putting together something out of all that nothing.

January

THINKSPACE Group Show, Jan. 8 -- Feb. 5th

Coming up on January 8th,  the great THINKSPACE gallery in Silverlake is hosting "A Cry For Help" a benefit show for endangered species.  I've joined in with a few animal related pieces.

FUNNY (not funny) at WORK.DETROIT -- January 24th -- February 26th

I'll have a piece in the FUNNY (not funny) group show at University of Michigan's School of Art and Design Work-Detroit Gallery.  The show will center around the exploration of black and absurd humor and it sounds like it will deliver with some awfully funny stuff.  I wish I could go see this myself.  You should go, even if you don't live near Detroit.  It's probably worth the trip. Here's the stellar cast.

Ivan Brunetti
Chris Cilla
Sue Coe
Lisa Hanawalt
Glenn Head
Tim Hensley
Ian Huebert
Ben Katchor
Michael Kupperman
Mats!?
Daniel Maw
Taylor McKimens
Travis Millard
Tom Neely
Mark Newgarden
David Paleo
Jonathan Rosen
David Sandlin
Rob Sato
Jon Vermilyea

Work · Detroit
3663 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201
Google Map
Phone: (313) 593-0940



Saturnalia Continues at COPRO NASONThe "IO Saturnalia" group show at Copro Nason Gallery continues through January 9th.  My piece "Allergy Season" is there on display and for sale.  Click here for a look at the whole show.

GIANT ROBOT BIENNALE  Continues at the JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM

The show remains up for one more month, closing on January 24th.  Last chance to see one of the most entertaining shows you'll ever set eyes on. Two of my paintings remain on display complete with an audio cell phone tour.  Events continue to go on surrounding the show.  Check for updates here.

More links...

http://www.janm.org/exhibits/gr15/
http://www.giantrobot.com/index2.php/biennale/sato/

February

SOLO SHOW at GRSF, February 13thMy next solo show at Giant Robot's Gallery in San Francisco (GRSF) will open on the evening of Friday, February 13th, 2010, most likely at the usual hour of 6pm.  I am hard at work putting it together.

GRSF
618 Shrader St.
San Francisco CA 94117

Mon-Fri 11:30-8, Sat 11-7, Sun 12-7415.876.4773

PASADENA MUSEUM of CALIFORNIA ART

On the same night the Ulysses Guide to the Los Angeles River (UGLAR) show opens at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA).   The original painting of "Land Admiral Lefebvre's Fleet Makes Sail in the New World" will be there along side other great work from the UGLAR project, including pieces from Ako Castuera, Chaz Bojorquez, Christopher Brand, and Evan Skredertsu.

Pasadena Museum of California Art
490 East Union Street at Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Weds - Sun, 12pm - 5 pmFree the first Friday of the monthClosed Mondays and Tuesdays

For more information, call 626-568-3665 or email info@pmcaonline.org

Unfortunately I will only be able to attend the Giant Robot show in San Francisco, however I will be participating in a panel discussion for the LA River show at the PMCA on Sunday, March 28 from 3-4 pm.

August

SOLO SHOW at COPRO NASON

Exact dates are still yet to be determined, but I will soon begin preparations for an upcoming solo show at this wonderful place, located in Santa Monica's Bergamot Station.  

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