Brian M.Viverosartist based in California, is internationally embraced for his evocative paintings of seductive doe-eyed smoking beauties. His paintings are a drunken mix of oil, airbrush, acrylic, and ink. In his work Viveros shines a light on his own inner world and society at large and aims to captivate even the most jaded eyes.
Viveros’ work has been exhibited extensively in North America and Europe in numerous gallery shows.
Opening Saturday, May 17th at Buelowstrasse 97 in Berlin, Germany is the pop-up exhibition “LAX / TXL” which has been curated by Thinkspace Gallery’s Owner Andrew Hosner. In association with Project M/4 and Urban Nation this group show not only features new 16" x 16" pieces from over 60 of the world’s leading New Contemporary artists but will also feature 10 window murals from these leading artists and a full wall from the talented duo Dabs Myla. The show itself is an exhibition of the New Contemporary movement, which was birthed in Thinkspace Gallery’s hometown of Los Angeles, to show the strength of the burgeoning movement as it becomes a worldwide phenomenon. Keep reading to check out a preview of the new 16" x 16" pieces that will be on view (Brian M. Viveros, Fernando Chamarelli, Erik Jones, Glenn Arthur and Kevin Peterson are the artists above.):