Skip to Content

Preview: Subliminal Projects Turns “Twenty-One”

12:12 PM PDT on June 3, 2017

Tonight (Saturday, June 3rd, 2017) Subliminal Projects is celebrating their 21st birthday with a large scale salon style group exhibition, featuring mixed media works from over 50 artists, as well as past print and product collaborations that defined Subliminal’s beginnings as an artist collective. It's amazing that Subliminal has been around for 21 years, we can't really remember when it opened, but it seems like so much has changed in the neighborhood in the past two decades, all the while Subliminal Projects has continually broken new ground and brought L.A. artists a wider audience through excellent curation, and interesting print and multimedia projects.

Contributing Artists Include:
Adam Wallacavage, Aesthetic Apparatus, Aaron Rose, Albert Reyes, Andrew Holder, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Andy Jenkins, Ben Horton, Ben Venom, Chris Pastras, Claire & Jeremy Weiss, Cody Hudson, Curtis Kulig, DabsMyla, David Aron, Deedee Cheriel, Dennis Morris, ErnestoYerena, Evan Hecox, Florencio Zavala, Francisco Reyes, Glen E. Friedman, Jason Pulgarin, Jeff Ho, Jim Houser, Justin Krietemeyer, Kai & Sunny, Lucien Shapiro, Luke Ramsey, Mark Drew, Mark Gonzales, Matt Goldman, Mel Kadel, Michael C. Hsiung, Michael Sieben, Nathan Bell, Nicholas Bowers, Nil Ultra, POSE, Ravi Zupa, Russ Pope, Scott Albrecht, Seonna Hong, Shepard Fairey, Skullphone, Sterling Bartlett, Steve Harrington, The Cobrasnake, The London Police, Thomas Campbell, Tim Armstrong, Tim Biskup, Todd Francis, Travis Millard, Tristan Eaton, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers), Winston Tseng, and more.

Albert Reyes
Thomas Campbell
Mel Kadel
Curtis Kulig
Tim Biskup
Scott Albrecht
Ben Venom
Already a user?Log in

Thanks for reading!

Register to continue

Become a Member

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from L.A. TACO

Spot Check! Caviar Cakes, Champurrado Pot de Creme, Tamal Ice Cream, and Free Elote From Becky G

You can also party with L.A.'s first Black women-owned dispensary, enjoy a Lebanese legend past midnight, and pair quesabirrias with funnel cakes.

September 29, 2023

The Seven Best Tacos Along Metro’s K Line, From Crenshaw to Inglewood

The K Line is Metro's newest light rail line that cruises through the heart of Black Los Angeles, from Nipsey Square to Leimert Park. The taco scene along this route is all about hustle, featuring some of the cities must under-the-radar community gems like a historic L.A. taquería with a killer red salsa, lightly crunchy "enchilada tacos," and so much more. Next stop: flavor.

September 29, 2023

Is Hollywood’s Walk of Fame The World’s Worst Tourist Attraction?

A local news station scanned Google, TikTok, and other online reviews to cherry-pick a handful that calls the Boulevard "grubby, slightly scary... dirty, unsafe" and "one of the worst tourist attractions on the planet." We weighed in on the subject.

September 28, 2023

The Eight Best Punk Bars and Venues in Los Angeles

This may be the last generation of beautifully grimy punk bars and venues in a city that is overdeveloping all of these counterculture community spaces into the post-gentrification abyss. Go and support by buying drinks at all these places to make sure they stick around for the next generation.

September 27, 2023
See all posts