CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/1/2017
Saturday, November 4, from 8-11 PM, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles, presents never before seen 1960s Peace photographs by Jim Marshall, with contributions by Shepard Fairey and a selected group of emerging artists.
Subliminal Projects presents Peace, a selection of never before seen photographs by the late, legendary photographer Jim Marshall, documenting the use of the peace symbol in America between 1961-1969. The exhibition follows the September 2017 book release of these unseen photographs, collated and published by Reel Art Press, featuring a foreword written by Shepard Fairey, who will also exhibit two original works inspired by the book. In conjunction with the exhibition, Subliminal Projects invited emerging artists to submit works inspired by the peace symbol and Marshall’s photographs on Instagram, under the hashtag #PeaceSPExhibit. Participating artists include Sofia Enriquez, Bill Rebholz, Aaron Rathbone, Matthew LaPenta, Reto Meyer, Enjoy Denial, Luke Rocha, Matt Elliott, Lyle Wessels, Olive Moya, and Thomas Wimberly.
If you’d like to attend the opening reception this Saturday, November 4 from 8pm-11pm, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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