Subliminal Projects has been a multifunctional gallery that has been bringing diverse forms of art to the forefront to the public since 1995. Relocating in 2003 to Echo Park, right by the entrance to Dodger Stadium, Subliminal Projects continues to embrace the underdogs of the art world, and the big dogs while staying true to its grassroots beginnings. In 2010, I attended my first Subliminal Projects showing for Shepard Fairey’s “Printed Matters” exhibit. He honored the art of printing with a true testament that print is NOT DEAD!
When I was asked to be part of Subliminal Projects “Twenty-One” show, I was humbled and grateful for the the opportunity to be showing along side some great artists that have influenced me and inspire me to continue to innovative my own work.
For “Twenty-One”, I displayed my Santa Muerte neon sculpture. It brought an illuminating flavor to the show that guest couldn’t help, but to check it out. It’s still hard for me to grasp the idea that my work was sitting in the same room as some of today’s legends. In my eyes, these guys are elite and in a whole different league than myself. I am honored and grateful for this opportunity that would not have been possible if it wasn’t for my friend and co-worker, Shepard Fairey. So thank you to him and the rest of the Subliminal Team and friends that stopped by. Maybe you’ll recognize some of them in the video! The show will run till June 15th. Go check it out before it’s gone.
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