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Preview: Pandamonium, an All-Panda Art Show ~ Opens June 7th in Pasadena

10:11 AM PDT on June 2, 2014

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    Curator Nicole Bruckman, who previously brought us "The Hounds of Love", has another group exhibition with an animal theme that opens this weekend-- Pandamonium! Keep reading for more info and a visual preview...

    This group exhibition of works by 50 imaginative artists (roughly half of them from Los Angeles) is inspired by one of the world’s most beloved creatures, Ailuropoda Melanoleuca, or as it is more commonly known, the Giant Panda. The panda is loved worldwide for its playful nature and unique marks and coloration, lending itself to be a favorite muse for many artists. Pandamonium, opens Saturday, June 7th, 2014 from 6:30pm-9:30pm. The exhibition will be on view from June 7th - June 27th, 2014. Flower Pepper Gallery is at 121 E. Union St. in Pasadena.

    Artists include:

    Airom Bleicher, Alice Pine, Amy Fry, Ania Tomicka, Anna Chung, Corrie Gregory, Crowded Teeth, Cuddly Rigor Mortis, Daisy Church, David Chung, Desiree Fessler, Edward Cao, Erich J. Moffitt, Ghost Ghost Teeth, Graham Curran, Heather Gross, Jel Ena, Jeni Yang, Jeremiah Ketner, Jin Kim, Jon Lau, Joshua Roman, Juan Muniz, Julianna Swaney, Keith Dugas, KiSung Koh, Leila Ataya, Lisa Congdon, Lilstickyrice, Luciano Martinez, Martin Hsu, Nicole Bruckman, Paige Moon, Patrick Whitehorn, Paul Barnes, Raymond Sanchez, Robert Yancy, Roland Tamayo, Ruel Pascual, Sinae Park, 64 Colors, Stephen Holman, Susanne Apgar, Tiffany Liu, Tory Lin, Walt Hall, Yejin Oh, Yevgeniya Mikhailik

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    Kisung-Koh (2) (800x800)



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