This Saturday, Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City is to debut “Motion,” a group show centered around the idea of capturing a moving subject in a two-dimensional medium. The show’s huge and stellar line-up has created a buzz in the art world, with well-known pop surrealists like Ray Ceasar and Alex Gross in the mix alongside the street art-inspired works of Hush and the illustration-heavy forms of Amy Sol. Sas Christian, whom we’ve featured numerous times on the site, has created paintings that depart from her usual glossy, voluminous painting style, instead opting for a pixelated approach that speaks to motion in the digital age. The other participating artists include: Alex Gross, Anita Kunz, Benjamin Bayce Kelley, Billy Norrby, Chris Pugliese, Cleon Peterson, Coop, Eric Joyner, Jeremy Lipking, Joe Sorren, Josh Agle (Shag), Korin Faught, Nataly Kukula Abramovitch, Marco Mazzoni, Maria Kreyn, Melissa Forman, Paul Frank, Phil Hale, Sarah Folkman, Stella Im Hultberg, Sylvia Ji, Van Arno and Zeus. Take a look at some of our favorite images in the show and make sure to attend the opening on June 9.