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David Choe “Nothing to Declare”

Hi Fructose flew down to the city of angels last weekend to attend the opening of David Choe's latest solo show, "Nothing to Declare" in the Beverly Hills Lazarides pop-up gallery. A triumphant exhibition for the wandering artist, Choe pulled out all the stops for his long awaited return to Southern California. Featuring an utterly massive body of work, much of which consisted of large scale canvases, Choe truly had nothing to declare, letting the artwork speak for itself. Which, after attending the open-bar afterparty, doesn't seem like such a bad idea for us either, full pictorial recap here.

Hi Fructose flew down to the city of angels last weekend to attend the opening of David Choe’s latest solo show, “Nothing to Declare” in the Beverly Hills Lazarides pop-up gallery. A triumphant exhibition for the wandering artist, Choe pulled out all the stops for his long awaited return to Southern California. Featuring an utterly massive body of work, much of which consisted of large scale canvases, Choe truly had nothing to declare, letting the artwork speak for itself. Which, after attending the open-bar afterparty, doesn’t seem like such a bad idea for us either, full pictorial recap below.

gallerist Steve Lazarides

the entrance to the exhibit

absolutely amazing job with the lighting

inflatable installation

hall of watercolors

Beau Basse and the Carmichaels

Amanda Krampf and Evan Pricco

Commandax and Weezy

Eriberto Oriel and Kat

Bobby Namba and friend with Bukowski

the show runs till May 23rd, check it out if you get a chance

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