Last night, Hennessy V.S debuted the new Hennessy Limited Edition Bottle by world renowned tattoo artist Scott Campbell. The interactive launch experience took place at Mama Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. Guests enjoyed a very special performance by artist and longtime Hennessy collaborator, Nas. Some of the VIPs seen in attendance include TV Host and actor, Mario Lopez, boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather, singer-songwriter/actress, Ashlee Simpson Ross with husband, actor and
Twitter hosted #CultureCollective on January 28th at MAMA Gallery, an evening celebrating the new wave of creators which included a mix of influential musicians, artists to social media power players. Famed producer Metro Boomin (known for producing tracks for artists such as Drake, Future and Travi$ Scott) provided sounds while visual artist Yung Jake showcased his notorious emoji-inspired celebrity portraits. Twitter transformed the art district’s MAMA Gallery into a 4
Invite Only – Twitter #CultureCollective presents an evening celebrating creators w/ DJ set by @MetroBoomin and Art by @Yungjake
Invite Only – The DFM Holiday Experience: An Installation by Nick Thomm at MAMA Gallery this Tuesday, don’t miss out.
The day has finally come, we have come into contact with the Bad Gal herself, Rihanna. Last night, on October 8th, a select group of people including big dogs from ROC Nation and Def Jams had the honor to have the first look at the artwork for Rihanna’s new album “Anti” at MAMA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. Rihanna commissioned seven oil paintings from Roy Nachum including the main album
Invite Only – Rihanna presents Roy Nachum’s work at MAMA Gallery in honor of her 8th album.
Hip brand BB Dakota celebrated the launch of their Making Space series created by darling visual artist Petra Collins at MAMA Gallery on May 14th, 2015. Making Space tracks Petra and sister Anna Collins travels from New Orleans to Death Valley capturing youthfulness. The three part docu-series focuses on dance as a vehicle for developing self-esteem and personal identity. Like Petra’s film, the party celebrated youth and female camaraderie decked