Multi talented mad man, David Choe is celebrating his return to Los Angeles with a solo exhibition, Nothing To Declare. After 6 long years of traveling, partying, painting, drawing and serving time, he finds his way back in the heart of LA.
I will take all my love, all my hate, all my pain, all my rage, all my suffering and all my skills and experience I’ve collected over the years. Everything I’ve learned in every medium from watercolors to oils to spray paint. I’m gonna express everything I feel about this city and what it is to live and die and be born again in the city of angels…”
The opening is this Friday April 23 and runs through May 23 at 320 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. Brought to you by Lazarides Gallery. Dave is kicking off a 4 month long series of events Lazarides will be doing at this 8,000 sq. foot project space.
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