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Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave., #T-5
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Venue Type: Gallery

santa monica/venice

© 2009 CoproGallery
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August 16th - September 6th Suggestivism: Chronology
Jana Brike, Julian Callos, Nicoletta Ceccolli, Hsiao-Ron Cheng, Seamus Conley, Sam Wolfe Connelly, RS Connett, Peter Ferguson, Ken Garduno, Robert Hardgrave, Naoto Hattori, Joe Hengst, Charlie Immer, Gregory Jacobsen, Sarah Joncas, Andy Kehoe, Linsey Levendall, JeanPaul Mallozzi, Chris Mars, Mario Martinez (aka MARS-1), Dan May, Marco Mazzoni, Jeff McMillan, David Molesky, Scott Musgrove, Michael Page, Joe Remmers, James Roper, Rob Sato, Nick Sheehy, Jason Snyder, Amy Sol, Nathan Spoor, Heidi Taillefer, Jaime Brett Treadwell, Winnie Truong, Joe Vaux, Nicola Verlato, Heather Watts, Aron Wiesenfeld, Hannah Yata, Chet Zar
Wed-Sat 1-6 PM when we have a show running (holidays & downtime please call to make appointment)
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CoproGallery - Founded In 1991, originally as Copro/Nason Fine Arts began as an entity to curate art exhibitions at museums and local galleries and publish lithograph & silk-screen prints. The first contemporary cutting edge artists that Copro/Nason worked with were Mark Ryden, Robert Williams, Big Daddy Roth, Shag, Pizz, Von Dutch, Coop and many others.

In 1999 Copro/Nason Gallery was opened In Culver City and soon transcended the limits of Lowbrow. By incorporating gothic-inspired visons of fantasy, horror, and surrealistic excesses into an ambitious program, mixing acknowledged masters with newer talents such as Sas Christian, Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki, Lori Earley and many others Copro/Nason soon began to take shape.

Copro/Nason Fine Art Publishing emerged from this initial inspiration, and is proud to make available quality images that draw from these, and other, cultural movements. Please visit our online gallery for some examples of what we have available.

In 2009 Douglas Nason resigned as president of Copro/Nason and the name has been changed toCoproGallery.

We are:

Principals and Affiliates:

Greg Escalante
CoproGallery Principal, Owner& Publisher

CoproGallery has published images featured in the Laguna Art Museum's permanent collection and the Kustom Kulture Catalogue, CoproNason catalogue Raisonne, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Axcess Magazine, Juxtapoz magazine, Thrasher Magazine, Surfers Journal, Street Rodder Magazine, Custom Rodder magazine, Autographics magazine, Picturebook Magazine, Fine and Amazing Characters (Japanese) Magazines.

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