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Break the Rules Art Exhibition & Cereal Launch

RSVP – Break the Rules Opening, an art exhibition featuring defiant artists that are part of the prelaunch for rule-breaking new cereal brand call Off Limits. The art exhibition opens this Saturday, Feb. 29 at Subliminal Projects and will have cereal tastings, interactive art, and prints for sale by featured artists. A portion of the proceeds from art sales will help fund after school art programs through non-profit organization Wide

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The Broad Presents Pussy Riot

Ticketed – This two-part evening begins with a thought-provoking conversation with Nadya Tolokonnikova, Shepard Fairey, Catherine Opie and Tavares Strachan. These internationally-renowned artists will have a wide-ranging discussion on how they see their work pushing boundaries at a time of great political and social resistance. The double bill concludes with a not-to-be-missed live performance by the activist performance art collective Pussy Riot.

Chuck D: ARTMAGEDDON Opening

Invite Only – Chuck D: ARTMAGEDDON, taking place on SATURDAY January 12th, 2018 from 7-10pm at Subliminal Projects with DJ set by DJ Lord, Shepard Fairey and Alfred Hawkins.

NEVER SAY DIE! Celebrating 50 Years of Black Sabbath

RSVP – Subliminal Projects is pleased to present NEVER SAY DIE!: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Sabbath, curated in collaboration with Obey. This immersive showcase features portraits from the Home of Metal Black Sabbath fan archive, historical photos, ephemera, and memorabilia, and a group art exhibition. In conjunction with the opening of NEVER SAY DIE!, Subliminal Projects has teamed up with iconic Los Angeles rock venue The Echo for a

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Street Meat Opening Exhibition

Open – The Grand Opening of Street Meat Exhibition featuring works from: Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Shepard Fairey, Plastic Jesus, Thrashbird, Le Fou, John Paul Fauves, Paul Rousso, Christian Moeykens, Josh Mayhem, Kalon Fowler, and Kenny Routt.

We Rise LA

RSVP – WE RISE is an expansive 10-day pop-up festival of art and community building, uniting our collective efforts to stand up and demand a city, state, nation and world that prioritizes care over punishment and fosters empowerment of health and wellbeing as a civil right. Through powerful programming, live performances, immersive workshops, inspiring wellness events and a world class art exhibition, together we will manifest a new era where

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Beyond The Streets Showcases the Vandalism, Ambition, and Rebellion of the World’s Most Recognizable Modern Art Movement

For its inaugural show in Los Angeles, Beyond The Streets pays homage to its host city’s role as a diverse epicenter of art and culture of both past and present. Curator Roger Gastman, who is an author and historian, said “Beyond The Streets has been a real motherf**cker, 25 years in the making.” Some of the most impactful artists learned their trade on the streets, Beyond The Streets demonstrates their

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LiveTalks LA: Shepard Fairey with Henry Rollins

Ticketed – Shepard Fairey in conversation with Henry Rollins discussing his book, “OBEY: Supply and Demand The Art of Shepard Fairey.”

Das Days: Showcase X Curated by Shepard Fairey

RSVP – Happening at the Community Center, Legendary street artist, Shepard Fairey, will curate Showcase X, adidas Skateboarding’s community-driven global group art exhibition featuring works from emerging talent in and around skateboarding, Featured artists include Sebo Walker, Zorah Olivia, Stella Reynolds, Oscar Meza, Andres Alfonso, Penelope Gazin, Evan Mendel, and Shane Aukland and DJ set by Shepard Fairey; music performance by Easy.

Shepard Fairey: DAMAGED

Invite Only – Library Street Collective invites you to join Shepard Fairey at the public opening of DAMAGED, his most ambitious exhibition to date. Referencing Black Flag’s 1981 album of the same name, but inspired by a critical look at social issues that are currently in a state of crisis, Fairey’s latest body of work serves as a reflection on the damaged state of politics, media, human rights, the global

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