Sunday, June 6, 2010

Eurotrash (chill, it's the name of the Beverly Hills Lazarides Gallery exhibition) - Antony Micallef (love) and Conor Harrington, JR and Vhils too

EuroTrash, a group show featuring art from Antony Micallef (love love love), Conor Harrington, JR and Vhils at the Beverly Hills Lazarides Gallery will be open from June 9 to June 27 (noon to 8pm, which are wonderful hours, I think). The first two shown are Antony Micallef and the latter pair are Conor Harrington.

From the press release ... Immortalizing the individual in monumental proportions is what these exciting artists do best.

Lazarides website link here.

It's an off the wall location, which always suits art best. Mainstream Beverly Hills meets The Street in the former Anthropologie location. Antony's last show in Los Angeles with Lazarides, of course, sold out in maybe ten minutes. Impure Idols filled a rather shoddy Hollywood Boulevard shop, lines in the parking lot and round the block. Buyers from London flew in to peel off a lot of US Dollars, staying at the edgy venerable Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The frenzy of buying would have been more expected during the opening of a Barney's Warehouse sale.

11 comments:

  1. thank you for sharing this honey. Your posts are always an eye opener
    xx
    marian.

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  2. So nice to hear people are BUYING ART!
    Noon - 8 are my kind of hours :-)

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  3. oh wow i really like the first two pictures. very abstract. love it. =D

    XO NANCY

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  4. There is art buying again albeit selective - a YSL chair as an example is a must have. Worried that the savage beating down of the Euro will make bidding in New York impossible again.

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  5. wow, very amazing and interesting! always so cool in what people can do out of anything! greatness!

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  6. Everytime I walk into abercrombie they try to recruit me as a model that wears their clothing. They told me that I could work part time. They also said that I could work 4 hours a week if I wanted to. GOOD thing I didn't. 6 hours with no break is crazy. Thanks for the info dear.

    XO NANCY

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  7. http://nymag.com/daily/fashion/2010/06/new_policy_forces_abercrombie.html Here's the article on the policy at Abercrombie.

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  8. I would love to hang one of these in my house! they are really inspiring and certainly something that would inspire a conversation with guests! They are so bold!
    Excellent post my dear!
    xoxo
    KC

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  9. Cool pictures! But the hype around modern art never ceases to amaze me.

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  10. hope you are well dear. happy midweek.
    xoxo
    marian.

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