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SKULLPHONE: Available Works

Artist Statement: Skullphone's work is signage centric and borrows from the worlds of advertising, religion, government and private enterprise. His Digital Media paintings employ a deliberate grid system of red, blue and green paint that mimics LED displays, creating pointillistic images that dislocate when approached.

2013

“Happening” LA Contemporary Exhibitons (LACE) Auction, Los Angeles

“10 Years of Wooster Collective” Curated by Sara and Marc Schilller, New York

Venice Art Auction, Robert Berman Gallery, Los Angeles

“Pop Up” group exhibition, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

“FAME Gallery Box” group exhibition, Fame, Chicago

Standard Hotel Hollywood Install, Los Angeles

 2012

“London XX12” solo exhibition, Ivory & Black, London

“Fresh” auction, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

“XOS” solo exhibtion, Fuse Gallery, New York

“99%” group exhibition, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

“Vertical Gallery” permanent Installation, Standard Hotel Downtown, Los Angeles

 2011

Scope Art Fair, Mallick Williams Gallery, Miami

“Pure Logo” (curator) group exhibition, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

“Scripture” solo exhibition, Mallick Williams Gallery, New York

“Well Hung” Armory exhibition curated by Mint&Serf, New York

“Hueless” group exhibition, Mallick Williams Gallery, New York

Standard Hotel Hollywood Install, Los Angeles

Standard Hotel Downtown Install, Los Angeles

 2010

“Wreck the Walls” group exhibition, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles

“Books” group exhibition, Stolen Space, London

New Image Pop-up Gallery, group exhibition, Miami

Taschen “Trespass” book release install, Los Angeles

“Draw” group exhibition, Museo De La Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico City

“Digital Media” solo exhibition, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles

 2009

“14 Artists” group exhibition, New Image Art, Los Angeles

Faesthetic group exhibition, S Gallery, Los Angeles

“Artist’s Furniture Show” (curator) group exhibition, 4th Street Gallery, Long Beach

Beyond Eden Art Fair, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles

“Fresh” auction, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

“Climb in through the back window” group exhibition, Shadow’s Space, Philadelphia

“10 Year Anniversary” group exhibition, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

 2008

“Park Life” group exhibition, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles

“Skullphone History Museum” solo exhibition, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside

 2007

“Brodeo” group exhibition, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

“Skullphone & Andrew Jeffrey Wright” exhibition, Mace Gallery, Philadelphia

 2006

ARTLA Art Fair, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

Aqua Art Fair, New Image Art Gallery, Miami

“Skullphone at the MOCA Store” solo exhibition, MOCA Store, Santa Monica

“Google Earth” solo exhibition, Blackbox Gallery, Los Angeles

“All These Things May Burn” solo exhibition, Open Bookstore, Long Beach

 2005

“The Rediculousness of It All” Skullphone, Bast & Faile, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles

 2004

“Manufactured Inspirato” group exhibition, Koos Gallery, Long Beach

“Soooo Cal” group exhibition curated by New Image Art Gallery, Adobe Bookstore, San Francisco

“Manufactured Inspirato” group exhibition, Chinatown, Los Angeles

 Selected Bibliography Links:

2013, Standard Culture, online feature

2012, IconEye (UK), issue #106 Mobile Phones, cover artwork

2011, Art Observed (US), “AO On Site – New York: Skullphone and Curtis Kulig”

2011, Graffitti 365 (US), Abrams Books

2010, Vision Magazine (China),  “Digital Media” interview

2010, Trespass (US), Taschen

2010, ModArt (UK) “Offline” feature

2010, Status Magazine (Asia), interview

2008, Vapors Magazine (US ), “Skullphone Hacks L.A.” cover story

2006, OC Weekly, Vol. 11, #23 cover story

2005, Juxtapoz, September feature