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Brad Eberhard

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L.A. Weekly Annual Biennial- Artists  
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Lisa Adams, David Amico, Michael Arata, Josh Aster, Hilary Baker, Lynne Berman, Sandow Birk, daniel mendel black, William Brice, Heather Brown, Kristin Calabrese, Steve Canaday, Carol Caroompas, Karen Carson, Scott Cassidy, Mike Chang, Brian Cooper, Daniel Cummings, Linda Day, adrian de la peña, Georganne Deen, Tomory Dodge, Mark Dutcher, Walpa D’Mark, Brad Eberhard, Tim Ebner, Nancy Evans, Amir Fallah, Llyn Foulkes, Charles Garabedian, Alexandra Grant, James Hayward, Todd Hebert, Roger Herman, Gustavo Herrera, David Hockney, Dennis Hollingsworth, Steve Hurd, Charles Irvin, Raffi Kalendarian, Charles Karubian, John Kilduff, Tom Knechte, John Koller, David Korty, Annie Lapin, Spencer Lewis, Jasmine Little, Nick Lowe, Monica Majol, Constance Mallinson, Sam Messer, Robin Mitchell, Dianna Molzan, Rebecca Morris, Ed Moses, Michael Olodort, Man One, Kaz Oshiro, Chris Pate, M.A. Peers, Lari Pittman, Carter Potter, Monique Prieto, Victoria Reynolds, Steve Roden, Michael Schmidt, Allison Schulnik, in Shaw, Brad Spence, Tyler Stallings, Linda Stark, Laurie Steelink, Marie Thibeault, Dani Tull, Esther Pearl Watson, Patty Wickman, Robert Williams, Tom Wudl at Track 16 Gallery January 12th, 2008 - February 16th, 2008
Posted 8/14/13
"Recently emerging from Cal State Long Beach, John Koller has been burning through the history of Modernist painting, incorporating what works for him and moving on to the next idiom. His recent gnarly architectural abstractions are his most well-synthesized to date."-Doug HarveyWriter, Curator [more]
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I Can See for Miles   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Troy Brauntuch, Bjorn Copeland, Brad Eberhard, William Eggleston, Isa Genzken, Davis Rhodes, Matthew Spiegelman, Jeni Spota, Kirsten Stoltmann, Rob Thom at Cottage Home July 12th, 2008 - August 16th, 2008
Posted 8/10/08
Summer group shows often seem a bit thrown together, with works assembled and combined in the same space under themes such as ‘death’ or ‘bodies.'  But in the case of “I Can See for Miles” at the new shared Chinatown space, Cottage Home, the works compliment each other without a heavy reliance on a thematic relationship.  There is, of course, an underlying theme of rock, as the title is borrowed from a song by The Who, but not everybody would catch that, and even if you do, a song like that can ev... [more]
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