On Saturday, November 11, 2017 between 12am-7am. Our brother Eric Serch Ginsburg passed away in his sleep. As many of us knew he was epileptic since childhood; it is probable he had a massive seizure during his sleep.-UTI Crew. I pray his exit was painless and he is resting now for he was taken away too soon, leaving behind his son, brother, mother and the entire Los Angeles Graffiti Movement, his crews and hundreds of friends and fans of Serch All City King! It is difficult to sit here and write about a great friend, a genuine person that always found a way to make you crack up; even in the most unexpected places and moments, you had to have a special kind of humor to be able to hang with Serch. He was blunt, straight to the point, our boy had no filter but yet respectful, always kind to our children and families; he was loved and welcomed everywhere! Never too busy to hit your books, hook you up with his King Slaps; or bust a flow right on sight. It is hard to find OG’s keeping it 100% 24/7. This harsh reality has placed a financial necessity on his family and close friends, with the deepest sincerity I ask of you to please assist monetarily or any other way on this time of need.
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Our first exhibition showcases Johnny Quintanilla, and feature original paintings, limited edition prints and a mixed media re-interpretation of Prideful Deer, his Chinatown Mural.
Come for a fun night of LIVE MUSIC, incredible ARTWORK Featuring Moby Art Artist Johnny Quitanilla “Lately, my work has included various animal drawings covered in color displaying death and rebirth. Through this series I challenge the audience to question the rooted fear of death providing an alternative emotion – peace of mind…” says Johnny of his recent paintings.
Johnny Quintanilla (1988, American) was born in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. He is a pop-surrealist with strong non-linear narrative compositions that pay homage to his cultural heritage while embracing the urban pop style developing in our city. His illustrative style is layered in analogies, symbolism and a deep seated spirituality.
Que Ondas Los Angeles! So excited to announce another mas firme que wow event in our City of Angeles brought to you by my camarada Antonio Pelayo. El Velorio will take place on November 4, 2017, 7:00pm to 1:30pm located st legendary Plaza de la Raza 3540 North Mission Road, Los Angeles, Califas 90031. Remember this is a 21+ event so portends bien!
Antonio Pelayo presents
Hosted by Alysha Del Valle
Antonio Pelayo presents,
La Bulla -The Lucha Libre Experience
Live Lucha Libre-Art Exhibit-Concert
Featuring BLUE DEMON JR
Lucha Libre matches curated by Masked Republic
Denise Ruiz & Joe Diaz …
Musical performances by
Special performance by Alien dance Band
Art Exhibit curated by Johnny Quintana with special guest artist Mr Cartoon
Hosted by Calipso
Featuring DJ Thrives & DJ ChrisRox
Car Show-Vendors-Food-Drinks and more!
DISCLAIMER: All event attendees must be 21+ with a valid photo ID upon check-in. No in and outs are permitted. Upon entering our events, you are allowing our photographers and videographers to include you in video footage and photography. We reserve the right to use, reproduce and distribute any video and photography produced at our events. Solicitors are not allowed on the premises. Passing out flyers and/or promoting other events at or during our events is strictly prohibited and is grounds for removal. Ticket sales are final, no refunds.
“Women are the Creators of Life and Children are our Future”- Rebekah Miles
On November 12, 2016, The Arts Works Gallery located at 509 Sullivan Street, Miami Arizona showcased “Rebekah Miles- Fine Art Photography”, her First Solo Exhibit; a milestone for this young and talented Apache Woman. It was such a privilege to be able to attend and support her as I was in the middle of a self discovery journey during this time over in Arizona.
The stars must have aligned for this special night, as I happened to be visiting the San Carlos Apache Reservation, my good friend and Apache Artist Doug Miles, knew I was in his reservation for the week and kindly invited to such a special moment for his daughter’s career.
As you know by now, my mission in life to uplift and support young women in the Arts, I had been invited to the Apache Rez to document Art and Culture and it was an interesting twist as I was able to cover her event. Seeing a younger generation of Native American Artists still inspired by their culture and as Rebekah has stated the importance of her works. As one sees her photography’s subject matter are always women, when I asked Rebekah if this was a mere coincidence, she shared the importance in highlighting Women and Children because they are the Future, as a Woman creates Life, the Children get passed on the Language, tradition and live on for generations to come.
Rebekah Miles exhibit was an intimate setting, close friends, family and supporters made the night as vivid and personal as her body of works displayed at The Arts Works Gallery. Every photo had its own story, its own highlighted beauty and rich colors, a twist of Contemporary Pop Art and traditional Native Women all wrapped up in a time frame where both worlds meet and create a breathtaking still life of their every day lives. My new fond Din’e Brothers from Hip Hop Group Forbidden Theory performed throughout the show too, big shout to you guys! Really exciting to see young artists collaborating together for Rebekah; you deserve the best! Thank you for welcoming us with open arms to your first solo exhibit, shout out to artist Paul Daniel for welcoming me into your Reservation and Doug Miles for inviting us for this event.
Moby Arts is marking its home at the Arts District Co Op which is located at 453 Colyton St, Los Angeles, California. A breathtaking gallery space filled with Urban Art, Clothing, accessories and with the fresh edition of Art Collections of Natiliy Gonzalez, CEO of Moby Arts Pop Up Gallery..
Join us this Saturday, January 21, 2017 2pm.-6pm. For their Sound Saturday event which takes place every third of the month. Come check out our collective art sale!
On November 13, 2016 I had the honor to walk thru the doors of the Saint Charles Parochial School which is located in San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. First of all, I want to thank artist Paul Daniel for allowing to be a part of your journey; this place changed my life forever.
I must admit that this photo gallery is precious to me, it is a great deal to be sharing with you. It took me a month to dwell on whether I wanted to keep this marvelous experience to myself or share it with the world as I had promised. But there are moments like this that do need to be shared, to give others a new perspective on the importance of Life, helping others and allowing strangers to inspire and teach you new ways. Openly absorbing the beauty around us.
History of Saint Charles Parochial School in the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona
St. Charles School, located on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation was opened in September 1965. The first generation Catholics who attended St. John’s Indian Boarding School requested that a Catholic school be built on the reservation so that their children and subsequent generations would have the opportunity to learn about the Catholic faith without leaving the reservation and losing their Apache culture.
Moby Arts, the first fine art gallery at the Arts District Co-op located at 453 Colyton St. Los Angeles, California, opened to the public on Tuesday, January 3rd.
The opening exhibit will highlight the works of three contemporary artists including Black Brainwhose bold colored canvases depict social images of political figures, heroes with their current day mythological equivalent, mixing legendary civil rights leaders of the present and past with iconic comic book heroes; Documentary Danny Greene who finds hidden beauty in otherworldly landscapes; portrait and landscape. His works are often classified as part of the new impressionist street movement because of the desire for the local in the unfolding globalized world, painter Danny Green who work has been sought after by Dave Navarro Jane’s Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers Matt Hyde Porno for Pyros Nate Emond Grammy-award Winning Music Producer; andJoshua Ian whose photography is inspired by images of the band Kotolan found in the US, the heat of Los Angeles.
BlackBrain, Danny Greene and Joshua Ian will be available to discuss their work by appointments only.
“I know amazing artists and, over the years, many of them have asked me to help them promote their work.
It has always been my dream to open an art gallery, and when we found this great space, I knew the time was right,” says Natily, owner of the gallery. “Our goal is to place our artists’ work in a wide range of public and private collections.”
The Moby Arts Pop-Up Gallery is the newest addition to the trendy Fourth Street neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, and the first fine art at the Arts District Co-op. The stylishly minimalist gallery exhibits emerging, mid-career and established artists creating contemporary works on paper, paintings, fine art photography, encaustic and assemblage. The mission of the Moby Arts Pop-Up Gallery is to bridge various artist communities and provide its artists greater exposure to new markets. The gallery has a large selection of affordable original artworks from established and emerging international artists at consistently high standards. This new concept makes high quality contemporary art accessible for everyone!