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Wed, Nov 15


Laurent & Martin gallery

PIXELS: Cheers to Basel

JM Art Management and Laurent & Martin gallery is proud to present an exclusive pre-Basel group exhibition showcasing some of the most popular international artists: Popovy Sisters, John Paul Fauves, Hossam Dirar, MONCHO 1929, Giuliano Bekor, Laurent Proneur & Suzanne Erickson.

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PIXELS: Cheers to Basel
PIXELS: Cheers to Basel

Time & Location

Nov 15, 2017, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Laurent & Martin gallery, 8687 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069, USA

About The Event

Popovy Sisters

Extravagant creations of award-winning art-doll designers, twin sisters Elena and Ekaterina Popovy, they portray emotions, feminine beauty, history and surreal reality.

John Paul Fauves

Costa Rican contemporary artist John Paul Fauves’ work is full of meaning and critique; covered in color and intensity. Both his alias and his style are influenced by Fauvism, but his game of faces, tones and brushstrokes add a vibrant touch of singularity.

Hossam Dirar

Hossam Dirar is an Egyptian contemporary artist based in Cairo, he works with painting, video, sound, and installation art, to delve into questions of cultural identity, gender roles and to discuss socio-economic and political ideas.


Moncho1929 is originally from New York, but lives and works in Los Angeles.His works are focused on sociopolitical issues and bringing these to the forefront through his paintings. His works have been in New York, Los Angeles, Korea and Japan.

Giuliano Bekor

Internationally recognized photographer, Giuliano Bekor, holds a portfolio that includes work from the realms of fashion, beauty, celebrity, advertising, and fine art.

Laurent Proneur

“Neoteric experiment in fine art graffiti”, Laurent’s work vacillates between instigating deep self-reflection or insisting the simplicity of a beautiful moment. Laurent’s work is pleasantly addictive and is to be appreciated by lovers of art and live-ers of life.

Suzanne Erickson

Suzanne takes femininity, strip away the cute, and leaves the coarse infrastructure of the human body. She is currently live and work in Los Angeles. Making art is a decoding of her life and also a practice of disclosure.

We will be donating a portion of the proceeds to The Jack Brewer Foundation to the hurricane victims of Florida and Puerto Rico.

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