Final Days to See “Abandon All Hope” at Lab Art in Los Angeles

Posted by The G on December 4, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Destroy All Design and Septerhed, respectively.

Destroy All Design

Destroy All Design

Los Angeles!  Make sure you pop into Lab Art before December 8, 2012 so you can catch the final days of “Abandon All Hope” featuring the art of Destroy All Design and Septerhed.  As I live in New York, I was lucky enough to see the exhibit on a quick LA getaway trip for me.

Septerhed

Septerhed

In addition to the art of Septerhed and Destroy All Design, you will see great street art by some of the most famous names in the game and it’s always a treat to speak with Iskander and Rachel at the gallery.

Tell them G sent ya!

Lab Art is located at 217 South La Brea in Los Angeles and “Abandon All Hope” runs through December 8, 2012.

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LA – Save The Date – Septerhed and Destroy All Design at Lab Art

Posted by The G on November 11, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo courtesy of Lab Art.

Abandon All Hope at Lab Art in Los Angeles

LA!  Head over to Lab Art in LA on November 15, 2012 for their latest exhibit – “Abandon All Hope” featuring the work of Septerhed and Destroy All Design.  The show will run until December 8, 2012.

Lab Art is located at 217 S. La Brea in LA.  Tell them G sent ya!

“The Usual Suspects” at Lab Art in Los Angeles

Posted by The G on June 13, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Gregory Siff

Congratulations to Lab Art in Los Angeles for their one year anniversary in business!  I’ve been fortunate enough to visit the gallery many times over the last year and it has become a must visit destination when I am in the city.  To celebrate this amazing accomplishment, Lab Art is presenting “The Usual Suspects,” which is a ‘greatest hits’ (pun definitely intended) of the work of some of the great street artists that have been instrumental in the success of the gallery.  The All-Star lineup includes Alec Monopoly, AJL, DD’$, Cyrcle, Thank You X, Destroy All Design, Mar, Felix, Kai, Desire Obtain Cherish, Kai, Cali Killa, Gregory Siff, Louis XXX, Chad Muska, KH Number 7, Septerhed and Dog Byte.  Wowza!

Alec Monopoly

As the largest gallery of Street Art in the United States, Lab Art has its finger on the pulse of what’s hot in the streets and within its first year, a sister site at the Mondrian in LA has popped up, with more locations coming soon!

AJL

Lab Art has also hosted numerous live painting events over the last year and has received international coverage on these events.

Bowie by Jules Muck

Bowie by Jules Muck

In addition to the great art on display (which is set up like a museum!) Lab Art has been a great supporter of  this blog and I am grateful for their friendship!

Cyrcle

But enough gushing (though I could go on).  Enjoy some photos from “The Usual Suspects!”  Lab Art is located at 217 South La Brea in Los Angeles.  Tell them G sent you!

Felix

Hershey's Mint by Desire Obtain Cherish

Hershey's Mint by Desire Obtain Cherish

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LA – Save the Date: “The Usual Suspects” at Lab Art

Posted by The G on May 14, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo courtesy of Lab Art.

The Usual Suspects

The Usual Suspects

Los Angeles!  Don’t even think of missing this event!

Lab Art is celebrating their 1 year anniversary (and CONGRATS!) with a very special exhibit entitled “The Usual Suspects.” The opening reception will be held on May 19, 2012 from 7 – 10 om.  RSVP to rsvp@labartgallery.com

“The Usual Suspects” will feature art from Alec Monopoly, AJL, DD’$, Cyrcle, Thank You X, Destroy All Design, Mar, Felix, Kai, Desire Obtain Cherish, Kai, Cali Killa, Gregory Siff, Louis XXX, Chad Muska, KH Number 7, Septerhed and Dog Byte.

If you’re regular readers of this site, you are well acquainted with all of these artists, so you know that you cannot miss this exhibit!  I will not be able to be at the opening night reception (which kills me!) but I will be in LA to see the exhibit before it closes so stay tuned for pictures!

Congratulations to all the great artists participating and congratulations to Lab Art and we wish them all continued success!

Coolest Street Art Gallery in the US: Lab Art

Posted by The G on May 30, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy, Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Lab Art. Located at 217 South La Brea in Los Angeles. Now Open!

Lovers of street art have just hit the motherlode!  The largest street art gallery in the United States (6,500 square feet) called Lab Art in Los Angeles recently opened its doors.  I don’t even know where to begin in describing it because your mind will be blown when you enter Lab Art.  The space is enormous, the art is fantastic and very reasonably priced, the vibe is creative and inviting and the staff are friendly and passionate about the artists represented inside their gallery.

Partial gallery view inside Lab Art

Lab Art currently has works from some of the hottest street artists on the scene on display including AJL, Alec Monopoly, Army of One-JC2, Cali Killa, Carlos Ulloa, Chad Muska, Cibass, Common Cents, Cristian “SMEAR” Gheorghiu, Cyrcle, Daniel Siboni, DD’$, Desire Obtain Cherish, Destroy All Design, Dog Byte, Felix, Fragile Art, Gregory Siff, Haculla, Inept Art, Jonny D1G1TAL, K H Number 7, Kai Aspire, LOUIS XXX, MAR, Nomade, RABI, Sean D’Anconia, Stu Rad, Swift Art, Thank You X, VARP and XVALA.  The art is changing constantly and more and more artists are being added to this illustrious lineup.

Partial Gallery view of Lab Art.

Over the coming weeks, I’ll be posting photos of some of the works by these great artists, so please be patient.  I was advised that the art will change on a monthly basis and the next exhibit will feature female street artists!  Bookmark Lab Art’s official website for the latest news on this amazing place.  Lab Art is located on 217 South La Brea in Los Angeles on Monday & Tuesday by appointment; Wednesday to Friday, 11am to 7pm;  Saturday, 11am to 8pm, and Sunday 11am to 6pm.  Make sure you have plenty of time to peruse the gallery as there is so much great art to see.  If you don’t live in Los Angeles, I highly recommend booking a trip to check out the gallery.  You won’t be disappointed.  Tell them G sent you!

Partial Gallery View

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