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Zero to Sixty: Corey Helford Gallery Five Year Anniversary Show

Juxtapoz // Friday, 17 Jun 2011

Zero To Sixty marks the fifth anniversary of Corey Helford Gallery opening its doors in Culver City, California, and on Friday, July 1 the gallery will salute the occasion with a massive group exhibition featuring works from Amy Sol, Alex Pardee, Hush, Greg "Craola" Simkins, Todd Schorr, and others.

More than fifty artists from around the globe were invited to create a special piece for the anniversary show. “‘Zero To Sixty’ is a show of what’s best at Corey Helford Gallery and what’s to come — new works from the artists who’ve shown with the gallery from the beginning and a host of works from artists we just love, like Joe Sorren, Todd Schorr, Greg Simkins, Kent Williams, Nick Walker, Sas and Colin Christian, and also some artists who have never shown with us before, like MEGGS and Kazuki Takamatsu,” explains gallery owners Jan and Bruce Helford.

Zero To Sixty opens on July 1, 2011. 


Described as a paint-by-number on steroids, one of the show highlights will be a 53” x 40” painting created by San Francisco artist Eric Joyner (whose work is above). Internationally recognized for his paintings of robots and donuts, Joyner created the piece using digital technology to expand an original paint-by-number onto a giant giclee canvas.

Participating artists include:
Adam Wallacavage 
Alex Pardee 
Amy Sol 
Anita Kunz 
Annie Owens 
Billy Norrby 
Brandi Milne 
Buff Monster 
Carlos Ramos 
Chris Anthony 
Colin Christian 
David Stoupakis 
Eric Joyner 
Gary Baseman 
Gary Taxali 
Greg Simkins 
Jason Shawn Alexander 
Joe Sorren 
Joey Remmers 
Josh Agle (Shag) 
Joshua Petker 
Kazuki Takamatsu 
Kent Williams 
Korin Faught 
Krista Huot 
London Police 
Luke Chueh 
Mia Araujo 
Michael Mararian 
Natalia Fabia 
Natalie Shau 
Nick Walker 
Paul Frank 
Ray Caesar 
Robert Bellm 
Ron English 
Sarah Folkman 
Sas Christian 
Scott Brooks 
Stella Im Hultberg 
Sylvia Ji 
Todd Schorr 
Simone Legno (tokidoki) 
Tom Bagshaw 
Van Arno 
Word to Mother



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