• Keiichi Tanaami. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Alex Becerra. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Judith Bernstein. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Calvin Marcus. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Keiichi Tanaami. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Keiichi Tanaami. Photo: Evergreene Studio
  • Keiichi Tanaami. Photo: Evergreene Studio

"Hot Mess" group exhibition at Karma International

April 20May 20, 2017  |  Karma International
This playful group exhibition introduces works by young Los Angeles-based artists including Chloé Maratta, Flannery Silva and Alex Becerra, and an it-would-be-funny-if-it-wasn’t-so-true painting by powerhouse feminist icon Judith Bernstein.

The side gallery space is reserved for an impressive display of drawings by Keiichi Tanaami that cover the wall across from two of his larger canvases composed of neon colors, comic outbursts and crushed glass among many of his reoccurring symbolic figures.

Full list of artists: Alex Becerra, Judith Bernstein, Ida Ekblad, Calvin Marcus, Chloé Maratta, Rune Naito, Flannery Silva, Keiichi Tanaami
Location Details

Karma International

9615 Brighton Way, The Golden Triangle Building, Suite 426
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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