Pop-Street-Art was the big winner at both shows. There were many galleries exhibiting work in this vein. The Corey Helford Gallery is the epitome of this trend. I'll be honest here... I detest art like this. It's not creative, instead it's "totally cool dude". Simply combine images of Pop culture with a traditional fine art theme or medium, add some perversion and passive aggressiveness, and pronto! But hey, I suppose someone has to do this kind of work... and I don't know, maybe they feel sincerely compelled to do so.
|Corey Helford Gallery|
In no particular order the art I found most interesting came from these artists...
|UFO and Doyle|