Exhibitions

Sage Vaughn | Slow Culture LA

'Just Tell Me You're A Dream Chaser', a new exhibition from ANP Artist Sage Vaughn and Jeremy Shockley opened up at Slow Culture LA last Friday night. RVCA Staff Photographer Delon Isaacs was there to snap a few photos of the evening. The exhibition will run through May 7th.


Sage Vaughn | Reflections to A Muse

ANP Artist Sage Vaughn recently opened the 'Alexis Ross Museum' to house his latest exhibition, Reflections To A Muse. "This exhibition's title, 'Reflections To A Muse' illustrates this relationship perfectly. Just as Kiki de Montparnasse was inspiration to the photographs of Man Ray or George Dyer the twisted subject of Francis Bacon's most memorable works, Alexis ross plays mirror to Sage Vaughn. While the exhibition is without a doubt a tribute to a strong personality that has had an enormous effect on the artist's growth as a creative being, it cannot be denied, that through this reflection, Vaughn is in fact painting his way back to himself." --- ANP Artist Aaron Rose.

Photos by Matt Barlow and Brandon Jensen.






Jeff McMillan | Prigus Australia

RVCA ANP Artist Jeff McMillan recently spent two weeks in Australia launching his first expansion league for Prigus Sport, an ongoing body of works. Featuring six new Australian teams, Prigus Sport Australia opened at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Collingwood on October 2nd, and will head to Byron Bay as the second stop of the down under tour.

Photos from: Life Without Andy & Mike Danichewski
Video: Mike Danischewski


Kevin Ancell | Nos Vemos En Venecia

On Thursday evening, October 1st RVCA was proud to present the opening reception for ANP Artist Kevin Ancell's highly anticipated, first-ever solo show: 'Nos Vemos En Venecia', curated by RVCA Founder PM Tenore. The corner of Main Street and San Juan Avenue in Venice, California was a fitting location for the gallery opening, and more importantly, a homecoming for Kevin.

"The idea for Ancell's exhibition was easy. Over the last 15 years with RVCA and the Artist Network Program I have been privileged to curate and be surrounded with so many amazing and talented artists. Ranging from museum shows to pop ups in New York, Austin, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Hong Kong. I realized that my dear friend, who I was around more often than not had never had a proper solo show. In that moment we both looked at each other and decided that needed to change... We were going to create a show for him in Venice. It was time for Kevin to come full circle and share his art in the place that began to inform his work. His artistic ability is just the tip of the iceberg, Kev is a true renaissance man." -- PM Tenore

'Nos Vemos En Venecia' will be on view at 1320 Main St Venice, CA until October 15th.

Photos by Delon Issacs and Lyon Herron.


Ed Templeton | Common Side Effects

Ed Templeton’s current exhibition at the Huntington Beach Art Center is an expansive survey of the artist’s work from the last several years to present. The show features some of his most iconic pictures, paintings, sculptures and mixed media pieces spread throughout the space in Templeton’s dynamic installation style. Dominating the show are his Teenage Kissers, The Seconds Pass, Wires Crossed and Huntington Beach series, which is an ongoing look into his backyard’s beach culture and suburban sprawl.

At the opening on September 12th, visitors stood in line for the show duration to get Ed’s drawings and musings scrawled across all sorts of ephemera, while listening to live music from bands Freckles and Travesura. Those in attendance were an amazing cross section of art-world aficionados to newbie fans, and local skate groms to pro-skate elite. Deadbeat Club hosted a ‘zine fair and food was catered by Seabirds Kitchen. Beverages were provided by PBR and all made possible with support from RVCA.

Common Side Effects will be on view through November 7th and also includes works by photographers Deanna Templeton, Nolan Hall, Grant Hatfield, Devin Briggs and Soncho Williams.

Photos by Delon Issacs.


Kelsey Brookes | Psychedelic Space

On Saturday, September 5th Quint Gallery in San Diego held a book signing for ANP Artist Kelsey Brookes' new print publication 'Psychedelic Space'. The gallery will be showing this new book and a selection of new paintings by Kelsey through September 26th.

Kelsey Brookes' book Psychedelic Space embodies the current work of this fascinating artist perfectly. Originally trained as a biochemist, Brookes initially favored figurative forms when he first veered into his art career. Over time, his paintings became ever more vibrant and abstract. Psychedelic Space is concerned exclusively with documenting Kelsey s more recent paintings, explosive renderings that are equally plausible as photos of the cosmos or subatomic particles. In this case, however, they ve sprung directly from the mind of this evocative artist. As Brookes first monograph, Psychedelic Space features a broad variety of printing techniques and special additions paying homage to Brookes non-traditional artistic journey. Gatefold spreads, a sticker sheet, and a clear molecular overlay on his stunning LSD piece, along with a booklet bound within and glow-in-the-dark cover text, bring the mind-changing experience of Brookes art to life. Commentary includes essays by Hamilton Morris, Leoni Bradbury, Richard M. Doyle, and a visual essay by Ryan McGinness, as well as a dialogue with Kelsey Brookes by Anthony Kiedis.

Photos by Delon Issacs.


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