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Jason Yates & Ami Tallman

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Thank You, a wall painted commission to debut at the LACE Benefit Art Auction 2009 © Courtesy of the Artist and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits (LACE)
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Hummer (Yates), Thank You (Tallman) © Courtesy of the Artist and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits (LACE)
Jason Yates & Ami Tallman

6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
May 20th, 2009 - January 24th, 2010

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hollywood
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Wed-Sun 12-6
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DESCRIPTION

Jason Yates' wall-drawing Hummer and Ami Tallman's wall-painting Thank You are currently on view in LACE's front gallery. They were both commissioned to debut for LACE's Annual Benefit Art Auction 2009.

Ami Tallman
is a Los Angeles- based artist who received her MFA from Art Center College of Design in 2006 and her BFA Interdisciplinary Fine Art (emphasis in new genres) from The San Francisco Art Institute in 1999. She recently exhibited her work at LACE in a group show curated by Christopher Russell entitled Against the Grain (12 June 2008 - 10 August 2008). She exhibited her work in a solo show at Circus Gallery, Los Angeles and has exhibited in group exhibitions at See Line Gallery, Santa Monica, Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery, Portland, Trudi Gallery, Los Angeles, and Rental Gallery, New York to name a few. View her work at www.amitallman.com.

Jason Yates received his MFA from Art Center, Pasadena, California in 2000 and his BFA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1995. He has exhibited his work in solo shows including The Rise and Fall of Shame, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles (2009), Smog Setting, Los Angeles, California (2009), Smogabilly, Welcome Hunters, Los Angeles (2008), We Used To Be Friends, The Main Gallery, Las Vegas (2008). He has also exhibited in group shows including Feelings and Power, Five Thirty Three Los Angeles (2009), Under Alvarado: There is a Beach, Galleria Mexicali Rose Mexicali (2008), Pop Ups and Dreamabilly Emissions in San Francisco California (2008), and Closing Show, Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles (2008). View his work at Circus Gallery here.