Openings: Siner and Fishe Last To Stop

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Last Saturday there was a line of about 100 plus people waiting impatiently to enter the Well, an art and retail space in Downtown LA to see the recent work by Siner, Fishe, and Dreyer on display in the reclaimed warehouse. Siner fluidly goes from the walls of the street to the walls of the gallery with black and gray samples seemingly lifted from the street scape and presented on multiple canvases. Fishe presents a selection of canvases which employs a layering of caligraphy and painted tears which mimic urban detritus combined with geometric symbolism referencing the occult and divine mathematics pulling the gray scale works together in a beautiful way. A selection of works by Dreyer, also of an occult or religious undertones dominate the exterior walls in the back of the exhibition space as a beacon, ushering you into this temple of contemporary art.

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The Sweat Shop is an recording and design studio founded by Art Director Andreis Costa, Recording Artist Brian Halladay, and Producer Harry Fraud at 120 Walker St. in Chinatown, New York. Established in 2006 the studio was created to be a hub for recording artists to not only create their music but work with our in house branding team to develop a marketable identity. Currently based in Los Angeles Sweat Shop continues to design and create content for music, film, and television. Sweat Shop Work Harder!
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