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I Belive in Unicorns
Curated by: Industrial Squid
9517 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232


June 11th, 2010 - July 10th, 2010
Opening: 
June 11th, 2010 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
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WWA gallery Presents

 

I Believe in Unicorns

A Group Exhibition Curated by Industrial Squid

 

Opening Reception: Friday, June 11th, 2010 from 7- 10pm

On View: June 11th - July 10th, 2010


Something magical is in the air this June at WWA gallery as Industrial Squid presents its highly anticipated anti-apocalyptic group show entitled I Believe in Unicorns.  

 

Open to the public, I Believe in Unicorns gallery reception is from 7- 10pm on Friday, June 11th.  To help celebrate fantastical happiness, guests will enjoy mouth tingling libations, including Cosmopolitans, and have fun getting their picture taken in the Magical Unicorn Photo Wonderland created and decorated by participating artists. The exhibition will run until July 10th.

 

Industrial Squid’s third group show is an over-the-top celebration of rainbows, bright colors, and anti-cynicism. An event not to be missed, I Believe in Unicorns is the antidote to all the doom and gloom that seems so prevalent in today’s news and media.  Industrial Squid believes it is time to turn that frown upside down and then rot out that toothy smile with some sacrine sweet art. Up unyielding optimism!

 

I Believe in Unicorns features a diverse line-up of artists including:  

 

Roo Abrook, Dan Barry, Alison Blickle, Nicole Bruckman, Dee Chavez, David Chung, Kristina Collantes, Edward Robin Coronel, Jim Darling, Tina Darling, Emily Dickens, Michael Delahaut, El Gato Chimney, Tara Foley, Jesse Hotchkiss, Yellena James, Max Kauffman, Ben Kehoe, Aimee Kuester, Justin Lovato, Tiffany Liu, Cole Moss, Jeremy Nichols, Sinae Park, Alice Pine, Michael Pukac, Tracy Tomko, Jason Matthew Vivona, Ben Walker, Bruce Wilhelm, and Jeni Yang

 

About Industrial Squid:

 

Industrial Squid is a curatorial project comprised of Stephanie Chefas, Rob Faucette, and David Radford of WWA gallery.  Industrial Squid is a labor of love born out of a passion for contemporary art and those who bring it to life. Their aim is to curate inventive group shows, with themes that give artists a veritable playground to work within.

 

About WWA gallery:

Located in the Culver City Art District, WWA gallery's goal is to present contemporary artists who have an individual perspective and clear vision and aesthetic. In 2010, we will present an array of shows with a wide range of established and emerging artists such as Bob Dob, Ben Kehoe, KRK Ryden, Miss Mindy, CJ Metzger, Rob Corless, Jim Darling, Tina Darling, Dan Barry, Edward Robin Coronel, Jeni Yang, Tracy Tomko, Dee Chavez, Lily Mae Martin, and Julian Callos. For more information and an upcoming exhibition schedule, please visit WWAgallery.com

 

For additional press inquiries please contact:

Stephanie@wwagallery.com or 310.836.4992

 

9517 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232

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