The good folks over at Vimby.com posted their interview with ELBOW-TOE & ARMSROCK today. They swung through during the set up and on the opening night of our big ‘Mostly Memory’ exhibit last month. The short feature came out just great – thanks Vimby!
View more about ‘Mostly Memory’ here
View works from the show here
We’re closed today, but please know that tomorrow, Fri, Jan. 2nd from 1-6PM will be your last chance to view ‘Mostly Memory’
+ ‘Life Sentence’
from Jon Todd
“Armsrock and Elbow-Toe exceeded expectations with their two person show and made their mark on Los Angeles by ‘getting up’ all over the city. Armsrock pushed the bounds with his unrelenting portrayal of atrocity victims. The works were a gripping depiction of not so distant events which prompted viewers to pause for a moment of reflection. Elbow-Toe took his fine-art work to another level in this show. His characters were intricately rendered and flawlessly executed. The combination of his street work and fine art background were reflective in the emotional embodiment exhibited by his characters.” - Arrested Motion
– 4210 Santa Monica Blvd in the Silver Lake section of Los Angeles
The new issue of CITIZEN LA features a nice interview with Brooklyn based artist ELBOW-TOE who just opened his stellar new show with German based artist ARMSROCK a couple weeks back at Thinkspace.
The interview is now posted on line for those not in the LA area, you can check it out here.
Last days to view “Mostly Memory” + “Life Sentence” at Thinkspace:
Sat, Dec. 27th 1-6PM
Sun, Dec. 28th 1-6PM
Fri, Jan. 2nd 1-6PM
View the opening night shots we took during ‘Mostly Memory’ and ‘Life Sentence’ at thinkspace here: http://flickr.com/photos/thinkspace/sets/72157611198032408
) Jon Todd, Sam Horine (ELBOW-TOE’s photographer/friend), ARMSROCK, ELBOW-TOE, Martin Wittfooth (in town assisting Jon Todd with his install/mural)