Impure Idols (2007) and Outsiders (2008) - Lazarides has returned stateside with an impressive line-up of solo and group shows. They opened with David Choe on the 23 April. Now from 9 to 27 June the venue will be taken over by a four man show of Europe's finest - JR, Vhils, Conor Harrington and Antony Micallef - before handing over to an installation of Jonathan Yeo's infamous pornographic portraits from 8 July to 8 August. This will then be followed by Lazarides presenting their first ever solo exhibition with British artist Jay Jay Burridge, opening 12 August.
To tie-in with the opening of tonight's 'EUROTRASH' LA show, the first of the print releases from will be Antony Micallef's 'Black Siren', and Conor Harrington's 'Bring The Noise'. Both prints will be available to purchase online from shopatlazarides at 8pm tonight (UK time) Wednesday 9 June.
Conor Harrington's 'Bring The Noise' pictured above will be 72cm x 61cmin size, signed and numbered Edition of 100. This Giclée Print on Somerset Photo Satin 300gsm will be £225.
Ian Cox from Wallkandy has been out in LA documenting the street work, all four artists have been creating in the run up to tonight's opening. Head over to his flickr to see some of the wonderful work.
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