America’s history of conflict and the charisma and corruption of its leaders are among the most consistent themes in artist #RaymondPettibon’s work. One of the earliest targets of his caustic pen was Ronald Reagan, who was President as Pettibon was first emerging in the 1980s. Several drawings of Presidents past and present are on view now in “Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work.” #PresidentsDay
Ready for Valentine's Day? Signs point to yes! Curtis Kulig created the Love Me 8 Ball exclusively for our store. This update on the classic toy features 20 new answers to your questions, from “Indubitably” to “Ask Me in a Year” to “Not No.” Produced in a signed edition of 100. [ Bit.ly Link ]
"Seeing the show is like being lost in a foreign but strangely familiar city, where polyphonic disembodied voices whisper, yell, or sputter wit and wisdom that you’re rarely sure that you heard quite right," The New Yorker's Peter Schjeldahl.
"Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work" opens 2/8. Get tickets: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Join us this Thursday for the launch of "Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Common Good." The anthology gathers essays, dialogues, and art projects to illuminate the ways the arts shape and are shaped by a rapidly changing social and governmental landscape.
Today, we're offering pay-what-you-wish admission all day, from 11 am to 6 pm, in recognition of art's power to transform communities and to foster tolerance and empathy. Floors 2 & 3 of our #PipilottiRist exhibition—including the light installation #PixelForest—are on view through Sunday.