Mark MauerLiz McGrath triptych.
Since 2005, photographers Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho have been shooting portraits of some of the most notable artists of our time: Illustrators, cartoonists, sculptors and graffiti artists. Tuesday night's opening reception is the first public display of their long-term project.
Mark MauerUnfortunately, Wednesday Apri 23 is the last day to see it on display at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City. The current showing lasted just through last night's opening and through the end of the day today.
You can see the work in person at the gallery today, 8522 Washington Blvd., Culver City. Check the gallery's website for more details: www.coreyhelfordgallery.com
Mark MauerNatalia Fabia
While most of the images were of 20 by 24 inches, Fabia got special treatment on her prints, with this larger three by 4 foot print.
Mark MauerAfter the quick two-day showing at Corey Helford Gallery, the work will move on to be shown in San Francisco and other cities.
Mark MauerSome of the Heroes (and Villains), including Kathy Stacio Schorr (upper left), Todd Schorr (to her right), and Eric Joyner (top, third from left)
Mark MauerJordan Crane gets the five image treatment.
Mark MauerTiki Jay One, who also attended the opening, minus the mask.
Mark MauerFrom top left: Benjamin Lee & Paul Hwang, Mr. Cartoon (whose portraits were not for sale by the way), and Chris Anthony
Mark MauerAudrey Kawasaki
Mark MauerForm upper left, Shepard Fairey and Gary Baseman. Second row: Joe Matt and Herbert Baglione
Mark MauerMary Ryden and Robert Williams
Mark MauerTim Biskup
Mark MauerMany more portraits exist than were shown at this time. Upstairs there was a portfolio of more prints on display from the series.