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Camille Rose Garcia’s “Phantasmacabre” at Corey Helford.

Currently on view at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, California is artist Camille Rose Garcia’s splendid looking solo show entitled “Phantasmacabre.”

Camille’s visual gifts are treasures to behold, their bright colors and surreal themes are a delight to the senses.  Invented from influences such as William Burroughs’ cut up writings, surrealist films and vintage Disney cartoons, Garcia’s artwork acts as critical commentaries on the failures of capitalist utopias, blending nostalgic pop culture references with a satirical slant on modern society.

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By Moonlight | Camille Chew

Pics from my fellowship show at The Ink Shop.

“Prints and mixed media works exploring the fantasy world of Camille Chew, this year’s Kahn Family Fellow. Through several series, in various printmaking techniques, Chew’s work illustrates a modern mythology inspired by the occult.”

And I’ll be sharing more close-ups of the masks and shrines soon!

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Che Leviathan’s “Subspecies.”

Opening on July 28th, 2016 at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado is artist Che Leviathan’s solo show “Subspecies.”

Leviathan has honed her artistic focus in on the genre of realistic figurative painting, and more specifically has centered her work on the punk rock scene, fusing all the elements that inspire her into her work. This exhibition of Smith’s work provides an intimate experience for the viewer, allowing them a glimpse into the artist’s life and the people and environments she surrounds herself with.

Subspecies” will be on display until August 27th, 2016.

so i just noticed how gay touga and saionji are on the cover of the utena sega saturn game.

just look at them they’re not even trying to hide it