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Opening Night: Young Chun, Craww, JoKa and Muneera Gerald at C.A.V.E. Gallery

C.A.V.E. Gallery recently opened a four-person show on March 9 featuring new works by Young Chun, JoKa, Craww and Muneera Gerald. While Young Chun's exaggerated portraits of young women thrust viewers into a world of action-packed intensity, JoKA's detail-oriented artworks beckon one to come closer, as all of his pieces are painted with a painstaking pointillist method using toothpicks instead of brushes. Craww's delicate muses allure like wisps of smoke and Muneera Gerald's drawings give insight into human idiosyncrasies. The show runs through April 7 at C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice, CA. Take a look at some opening night photos courtesy of C.A.V.E. Gallery after the jump!

Young Chun

C.A.V.E. Gallery recently opened a four-person show on March 9 featuring new works by Young Chun, JoKa, Craww and Muneera Gerald. While Young Chun’s exaggerated portraits of young women thrust viewers into a world of action-packed intensity, JoKA’s detail-oriented artworks beckon one to come closer, as all of his pieces are painted with a painstaking pointillist method using toothpicks instead of brushes. Craww’s delicate muses allure like wisps of smoke and Muneera Gerald’s drawings give insight into human idiosyncrasies. The show runs through April 7 at C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice, CA.

Young Chun

Young Chun

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Young Chun

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JoKa

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Craww

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