Thursday, January 27, 2011

X Saves the Day


^'X' hanging out with Demi Moore at Sundance.

X launched onto the national street art scene and rose to the top of the game in no time, both literally and figuratively. From rooftops to freeway overpasses to top tier Hollywood parties, X has been straight rocking it. And he is about to take part in his first art show this weekend . . .

X's first art show opens tomorrow night as he takes part in the 'Save the Day - Jesus is Coming' art show at the R&R Gallery in downtown Los Angeles.

Even though it is a Jesus themed art show, and we are not big fans of the dude or his fan clubs, anything by X is worth checking out. Truly, X saves the day.

From what we hear, it is not a heavily religious show, but just art loosely related to Jesus. If you want to be like Demi Moore and add a piece of X's art to your collection, or just meet the artist, make sure to stop by the opening tomorrow night between 7pm-Midnight (those are the hours of the show opening-we are not sure exactly when X will be there).

The R&R gallery is located at 929 East 2nd Street, Suite 106 (90012).



13 comments:

  1. he looks familiar

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  2. is demi moore going to be there? hook me up.

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  3. ashton kutcher is X!! i knew it.

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  4. X is honestly one of the nicest dudes ive ever met. good guy

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  5. x is a boring. i like that you guys support everyone m & f, but other than his placements, there is really nothing remarkable or even notable about another cliche'd dead celebrity street art image.

    this is just my humble meaningless opinion as a frequent attendee of galleries and an art consumer, as well.

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  6. X's art is outstanding. it is not just some dead cliche'd celebrity, it is Andy Warhol-someone very relevant to the art world. and everything X does is top notch, from the placement to the piece.

    X does other stuff, other art other than Andy, too.

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  7. anonymous vs. anonymous beef!!?!

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  8. those three pieces on the 101 overpass right before downtown are crazy.

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  9. This website makes me want to move back to LA!

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  10. Crap! I wish I had known about this! I was up at Sundance, but so caught up in just the films that I missed out on a lot. Next time...

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