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New Works by Rob Sato

Hi-Fructose fave Rob Sato will be opening a new solo show this coming Saturday, August 13th at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica. Entitled, 'The Open End', Sato's new body of paintings, drawings and prints is a journey to the inevitable destination of his otherworldy landscapes. Lying in the minutia are the travelers of the artist's narrative, each finding themselves at in a situation that serves as both the ending and beginning of their journeys. 'The Open End' debuts this weekend alongside new works by Brandon Danielsson and Matt Rota, all three shows are on view until September 3rd. Get a look at some of our favorite works from the show after the jump.

Hi-Fructose fave Rob Sato will be opening a new solo show this coming Saturday, August 13th at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica. Entitled, ‘The Open End’, Sato’s new body of paintings, drawings and prints is a journey to the inevitable destination of his otherworldy landscapes. Lying in the minutia are the travelers of the artist’s narrative, each finding themselves at in a situation that serves as both the ending and beginning of their journeys. ‘The Open End’ debuts this weekend alongside new works by Brandon Danielsson and Matt Rota, all three shows are on view until September 3rd. Get a look at some of our favorite works from the show below.

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