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Preview: “A Certain Evening Light” New Works by Eyeone ~ Opens October 6th at Hold Up Art

A Certain Evening Light
New Works by Eyeone

Opening Reception:
Saturday October 6, 2012
7-11 PM

Preview images from the show:

A Certain Evening Light features a body of new works by Eyeone exploring the ever-present but often ignored details of modern urban life. The art features glimpses of the people and situations encountered while navigating the city of Los Angeles. The exhibition consists of mixed media pieces primarily on wood, site-specific installations, and a selection of hand-made publications on display. Also part of the exhibition will be a retrospective history of Eyeone's iconic Zapatista characters, their relationship to the Zapatista movement, and the collaborative nature of his street mural work.

Eyeone is a visual artist and graphic designer based in Los Angeles. His work is rooted in grafitti, printmaking, photography, and punk rock. His work  has also recently been included in the Pasadena Museum of California Art as part of their Street Cred and 10 x 10 exhibitions as well as the Chinese American Museum's Dreams Deferred show in Los Angeles. Eyeone is a member of Los Angeles graffiti crews Seeking Heaven and Second To None and publishes the highly acclaimed journal Lost | Graffiti in the City of Angeles. He holds an MFA in Design |Media Art from UCLA.

Hold Up Art
358 E. 2nd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 221-4585
holdupart.com

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