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Pharmaka Art

Pharmaka is a non profit organization dedicated to contemporary art.

Los Angeles

United States
Address:
101 West 5th Street
90013
Phone: 213.689.7799
Website: www.pharmaka-art.org


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Artists Represented

Founding artists: Shane Guffogg, Vonn Sumner, John Scane, Doro Hoffman, Laura Hipke, Michael Rosenfeld, Stanley Dorfman, Chris Monger, Chris Cousins.


Current Exhibitions

INTERVENTION: neo(dark) pop art featuring work by Greg Miller, David Buckingham, Tim Buckwalter.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Molly Barnes' Collection, Chicano Abstraction, Art from LAMP organization.


Previous Exhibitions

LA Ethos


Submission Policy

www.pharmaka-art.org


Press Releases

INTERVENTION
Neo (dark) Pop by Three Contemporary Artists
Curated by Rebecca O’Leary
February 14 – April 1, 2008

Unlike the candy colored paintings of Warhol or the shiny-new manufactured sculptures of Jeff Koons, a newer generation of artists has created bodies of work reflecting a bleaker vision of popular culture today. Artists David Buckingham, Timothy Buckwalter and Greg Miller use their own tools, superior craftsmanship and social commentary to bring us artwork with insight, intelligence, humor and a dark aesthetic that is long overdue for recognition.

Greg Miller
Greg Miller’s approach to art is greatly influenced by the social climate of America in the 1950s and 1960s. Miller documents weathered words and images that evoke nostalgia with vintage colors and cultural images that are layered, juxtaposed, and abstracted to develop the narrative qualities of celebrated symbols and icons. Miller encapsulates this mythology of American vintage history in oil paint and surfboard resin to preserve and fossilize the images and to address an inner association with a piece of America’s past.

David Buckingham
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Location And Getting There

101 West 5th street, Los Angeles, CA 90013


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director: Rebecca O'Leary
Executive Director: Shane Guffogg


Opening Times

Wed-Sat 12-6