Some of the 70 artists featured in the show include Shepard Fairey, Rolland Berry, Bourn Rich, Kid Wiseman, Goop Masta, Art Lord, PHree, John Born, Emil Armendariz, Angelonce, TAHE, Karlos Marquez, Karen Bystedt, Brains and Noodles, Sean From Texas, Stone Malone, Teachr, Blakhat, Royal, The PSA Crew, Skatehead, Dylon Thomas, Banksy, and more.
Ryan McIntosh’s new gallery show, “Relentless Envy,” opened at Stone Malone Gallery on Friday, featuring a multimedia installation of disquieting works exploring the experience of disasters through photography, survival imagery, and artifacts from the World Trade Center. The show runs June 11-23, at 7619 1/2 Melrose Ave., in Los Angeles.
McIntosh explains, “It’s a rather dark and uneasy show about how fears and insecurities push artistic creativity. Contained within the show are numerous artifacts from the 9/11 World Trade Center, along with a sculpture that continuously burns coal that was recovered from the 1912 Titanic shipwreck.”
The Stone Malone Gallery in Hollywood is running a timely art show before the California Primary on June 7th, featuring some of L.A.’s top street artists, including Shepard Fairey, Teachr, Free Humanity, Lydia Emily, The PSA Crew, and more. The art show, “Where Else But The Streets,” runs through Saturday June 2nd at Stone Malone Art Gallery on 7619 1/2 Melrose Ave.
When the show opened this weekend, sticker fans lined up for the gift bags of exclusive collectors sticker gift bags for the first fifteen in line.
As you (hopefully) know, California's June primary is just days away—and the good people at Hollywood's Stone Malone Gallery decided to commemorate the upcoming election with a limited-run political art show.
"Where Else But The Streets," which opened Saturday and will run until June 7, features art from Shepard Fairey, Teachr, Free Humanity, Lydia Emily, Plastic Jesus, Morley, All The Girls Love Earl, Toolz, Sabo, The PSA Crew, among others. The exhibit runs in conjunction with a new photo journal from Rothco Press called Where Else But The Streets: A Street Art Dossier.
Aside from being known for its assortment of bars and great restaurants, West Hollywood is a mecca for art. Gallery opening nights are abuzz on seemingly every corner. But, what are the best galleries to see art in the area? While art choices are always subjective, here are some top picks.
The defaced American flag mural overlooking Hollywood was restored to its Old Glory in a dawn operation by The PSA Crew, an L.A.-based street art collective that works to spread political awareness. Originally painted in the aftermath of 9/11, the hilltop wall was vandalized in 2012, then restored by patriots who drove down from Lancaster, CA. The wall was later defaced again by graffiti, and partially re-painted by the Hollywood Beautification Team, but remained maligned for years.
Drone footage and time-lapse photography capture the re-painting of the wall at sunrise while Los Angeles wakes up below. The PSA Crew will be featured in the art show “WHERE ELSE BUT THE STREETS” at the Stone Malone Gallery in Hollywood, opening Saturday May 28th at 7 p.m./
If you’re in the Los Angeles area, be sure to check out “Where Else But The Streets,” a street art dossier by John Wellington Ennis. The group exhibition features works by Shepard, Free Humanity, Morley, Plastic Jesus, Sabo, Toolz, Teachr, PSA Crew, and Others.
More from Stone Malone Gallery: "From 2010 to 2013, Los Angeles (specifically the well-trafficked area of Melrose Avenue between Fairfax and La Brea) was the center of the street art world. Taking their cues from the Arab Spring and Operation Wall Street, famed and infamous artists such as Shepard Fairey, Morley, Mr. Brainwash, and even Banksy took to the streets and painted, postered, and stenciled their witty, politically engaged works on billboards, lampposts, utility boxes, even the sidewalks.
The Stone Malone Gallery, one of Hollywood’s top art galleries according to CBS-LA, welcomes a one-of-a-kind art show opening Saturday May 28th, “Where Else But The Streets.” This group art show of top political street artists, running for a week before the California Primary on June 7th, celebrates the release of the new photo journal, "Where Else But The Streets: A Street Art Dossier," by John Wellington Ennis, now out from Rothco Press.
Located on Melrose Ave., the edgy little gallery was founded in 2013 by musician and painter Stone Malone. The upcoming show in April is a collaborative solo exhibition titled “Opening A Dialogue — Guns For Art,” presenting famed mixed media artists. While there is no entrance fee, 15 percent of the proceeds will be going toward art supplies and education for a local elementary school. If you already frequent Melrose on Sundays to peruse the vintage finds at the Fairfax Flea Market, the Stone Malone is definitely worth checking out.