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SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS + INNOCNTS Present: ‘We Are The Romantic Ones’ ~ Opens Valentine’s Day in Echo Park

1:50 PM PST on February 12, 2018

Looking for an artistic way to spend Valentine's Day with someone special? Shepard Fairey's Subliminal Projects is partnering with INNOCNTS on the second edition of We Are The Romantic Ones, a Saint Valentine’s Day group exhibition including emotive-driven painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, and installation.

The exhibition will run from February 14th through March 3rd. The opening reception on Valentine’s Night will include a special live performance by Kapeesh and a vinyl DJ set by Jordan Blackmon (Toro y Moi). The show features a diverse group of artists including L.A. TACO contributor Valerie Jocelyn Bower, and should make for a fun night out away from the usual overcrowded restaurants and bars.

Enjoy this brief preview of some of the art to be shown...

Valerie Jocelyn Bower
Sofia Enriquez
Dane Peterson
Francisco Reyes Jr

Exhibiting Artists – Valerie Jocelyn Bower, Sean Tully, Mirko Antich, Evan Mendel, Jose Araujo, Francisco Reyes Jr., Derek Albeck, Alfonso Gonzales Jr., Marco Zamora, Maxwell McMaster, Javier Ramirez, Sofia Enriquez, Johanna Olk, Bryan Peterson, Gino Perez, Dane Peterson, Kayla Varley, Hayden Burge, Phil Leonard, Bryan Yazzie, Richard “French” Sayer, Lyon Herron, Sic Kid, Ohad Sarfaty, Teague Muir, Aaron Elvis Jupin, Andrea Nakhala, Maddison Kellie, Bob Flowers, DJ Javier, Paul Verdell, Leo Eguiarte, Alex Fatemi, Kim Francis, Colby Rogers, Curtis Scoville, Megan McBride, Susanne Melanie Berry, Chris J Bell, Samantha Grad, Nathan Alexis Brown, Pandora Decoster, Nick Abraham, and more.

INNOCNTS is a lifestyle-based project that manifests itself through various means including art curation, happenings, brand collaborations, and surf/skate related media. We are a mixed grouping of lesser knowns from various local and international environs attempting to carve out a genuine path of our own. Based in Los Angeles, INNOCNTS started as an art gallery in Silver Lake and has gradually grown into a larger movement of friends and like-minded individuals. INNOCNTS has strong connects to art, surf, and skate communities and continues to present authentic projects and persons doing things their own way.

Instagram: @innocnts

SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is a multifunctional gallery space promoting diverse forms of art while providing a forum for contemporary dialogue. It was established by Shepard Fairey and Blaize Blouin in 1995 and played an integral part in introducing skateboarding culture and design to the art world. Now located in the historic neighborhood of Echo Park, SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS continues to offer a platform for artistic exploration and innovation. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 12pm-6pm.

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