In an obvious celebration of our new President, it looks like a rogue member of Ron English’s crew of billboard hijackers has successfully liberated another ugly billboard; this time it can be seen on the corner of Pico and Fairfax in Los Angeles.
The new Abraham Obama billboard resides directly over a mural by Retna and El Mac. Catch it while you still can...
Sour Harvest was launched in the winter of 2004 as a means to better showcase the emerging Los Angeles new contemporary art scene. We relaunched the site in a blog based format during the winter of 2007/2008 to allow for easier and more frequent updates. Features include our widely popular suggested show listings for the Los Angeles area (that are posted here and also sent out via e-mail on a weekly basis - sign up below), as well as regular show reviews, previews, interviews with our artists, and general updates on all the happenings at Thinkspace Gallery and our scene as a whole.
Established in November of 2005, Thinkspace exists as a catalyst for the ever expanding new contemporary art movement that is exploding forth from the streets and art schools the world over. We are here to help represent this new generation of artists, to provide them that home base and to aid them in building the right awareness and collector base necessary for long-term growth.
Interior shot of Thinkspace Gallery
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