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Everything But the Kitsch ‘N Sync

Powerhouse gallery La Luz de Jesus returns with their 13th installment of their overwhelmingly comprehensive group show, "Everything But the Kitsch 'n Sync" this coming March 4th. Featuring over 150 artists, and over 300 pieces of work, the show works on the basis of no theme whatsoever, other than to introduce the next wave of pop contemporary artists showing alongside some the scene's more established stars. Over the years, the show has cemented itself as a premier venue for discovering new talent (oftentimes while still affordable) in a fun and eclectic showing. Get a preview of some of our favorite pieces by artists we know and artists we can't wait to see more from this year, here on Hi-Fructose.

Bob Dob

Powerhouse gallery La Luz de Jesus returns with their 13th installment of their overwhelmingly comprehensive group show, “Everything But the Kitsch ‘n Sync” this coming March 4th. Featuring over 150 artists, and over 300 pieces of work, the show works on the basis of no theme whatsoever, other than to introduce the next wave of pop contemporary artists showing alongside some the scene’s more established stars. Over the years, the show has cemented itself as a premier venue for discovering new talent (oftentimes while still affordable) in a fun and eclectic showing. Get a preview of some of our favorite pieces by artists we know and artists we can’t wait to see more from this year, here on Hi-Fructose.

Heather Watts

Danni Shinya Luo

Shark Toof

Ruel Pascual

Martin Kanshige

Leslie Ditto

Jennybird Alcantara

Apricot Mantle

Nathan Ota

Laura Borchert

Jon MacNair

Adam Strange

Christina Paulos

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