Monthly Archives: April 2009

Harry Diaz Print Release

So, now that we are all caught up with our posts, lets move on and talk about what happening right now. Aside from our One year anniversary show, which you can check out right now, we just released a beautiful

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Updated!

So, after over a year of debating and planning, and discussing, I have started to keep a blog for Phone Booth Gallery… Why? because there is so much fun stuff that many people don’t get to see on our main

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Kevin Bannister – Mundane

Kevin Bannister pulls out the big guns with an epic series of Charcoal drawings on toned paper… The opening was in the 505 building on the corner of Broadway and Linden in the East Village Arts District of Long Beach…

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Hydeon – Maui Vacation Decision

Pacific Northwest artist and Poster design Hydeon rocks some mulitmedia work for his solo show in the month of February: See more of his work here: http://www.hydeonart.com/

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Iain Macarthur – Portraits of Another World

In “Portraits of Another World” Iain Macarthur goes nuts with some watercolor splats and splotches, as well as graphite and pigma pens. Iain Macarthur is a drawing maniac…. dont believe me? Check out his blog: http://iainmacarthur.blogspot.com/ He was a Featured

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Handiedan – Sirenum Scopuli

Salon Pop and Barber Shop in Long Beach hosts “Sirenum Scopuli” a solo Exhibition by Amsterdam based artist Handiedan. The perfect location and setting for Handiedan’s work, Its surrounded by vintage furniture and rock and roll hairstyles. Shaggy hair? Go

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Nathan Deyoung – To Destroy Something Beautiful

Nathan Deyoung and Phone Booth Gallery move to Hollywood on the Sunset Strip for “To Destroy Something Beautiful.” The show was a blast, and surprisingly, a lot of Nathan’s fans from San Diego made the trip up to see it

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Artwork and No Play – Group Art Exhibition!

Just in time for Halloween, Phone Booth Gallery put on a group show dedicated to the movie “The Shining,” by Stanley Kubrick. Exhibiting artists included: Garry Booth, Aurora Armijo, Iain Macarthur, David Owen, Caspar Williams, Pfft, Jack Rossi, Chester Burnett,

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Jeremy Eichenbaum – Going Nowhere Fast

The best thing about Phone Booth Gallery is that we can have shows in any medium we choose. Jeremy Eichenbaum goes crazy with his video art exhibit in “Going Nowhere Fast.” Basswerks (http://basswerks.net/) in Culver City was the perfect place

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"For the Love of" Book Release

Some nice dramatic tattoo photography by LLP, in the form of a beautiful art book. Here are some spreads: We offered some postcard packs through the release as well: Check out his latest stuff here: http://www.lovelifeprocess.com/ and http://progressofprogress.blogspot.com/

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