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~ Beast of Burden by Lucien Smith

All proceeds will be donated to The STP Creative Foundation 501(c)(3) . To continue the support of young artists and to further the efforts to connect innovators with audiences globally.

"The fact that there's a highway to Hell and only a stairway to Heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic numbers"
“The fact that there’s a highway to Hell and only a stairway to Heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic numbers”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"Stop, Drop, and Roll wont work  in HELL."
“Stop, Drop, and Roll wont work in HELL.”
Oil paint on canvas
11 x 17 inches
2020
"Whoever stole our AC units keep one - it is hot where you're going"
“Whoever stole our AC units keep one – it is hot where you’re going”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/2 x 14 inches
2020
"Whats missing from Ch--ch? U r"
“Whats missing from Ch–ch? U r”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"Dust on your bible could lead to dirt in your life"
“Dust on your bible could lead to dirt in your life”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/2 x 14 inches
2020
"PRAYER - The original wireless connection"
“PRAYER – The original wireless connection”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"Seven days without prayer makes one weak"
“Seven days without prayer makes one weak”
Oil paint on canvas
11 x 17 inches
2020
"Honk if you like Jesus, text while driving if you want to meet him"
“Honk if you like Jesus, text while driving if you want to meet him”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"Tweet others as you want to be tweeted"
“Tweet others as you want to be tweeted”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"6 feet apart today is better than 6 feet under tomorrow"
“6 feet apart today is better than 6 feet under tomorrow”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"This too shall pass... It might pass like a kidney stone, but it's gonna pass"
“This too shall pass… It might pass like a kidney stone, but it’s gonna pass”
Oil paint on canvas
8 1/4 x 10 inches
2020
"Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil - no point"
“Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil – no point”
Oil paint on canvas
11 x 17 inches
2020

~ What Will You Tell Next Year?

What will you tell next year? will run for 5 months (January-May 2021) and accept 12 participants to independently or collectively make work around the intersections of the climate crisis. Proposals are free to explore futures, community, urbanisation, catastrophe/collapse, and other ecological concerns of the climate-changed present and future. 

Themes will develop after proposals are submitted to help guide the participants. These projects will grow to find public form over the course of 6 months. The participants will meet with fellow artists, organizers, and chosen mentors to discuss their work in progress, share ideas, ask questions, and provide support to one another in culminating critiques as well as a final presentation.

The Deadline to Submit is January 30th.

Submit HERE

~ Liquid Extremes

In an age of extreme uncertainty, the motions of the familiar have become broken by an appropriate need for change. Liquid Extremes does not attempt to know any one angle of absolute truth, but instead invites the viewer to have an internal dialogue with where they stand emotionally, mentally, and spiritually (through figurative visual art) during these uncertain times. The art presented hopes to reflect the current change occurring at this moment and make it visible to some degree in order to have a conversation with the self, despite the growing frequency of noise being televised at every moment. From this precarious point forth, one needs to slow down and ask themselves, “What now?” before embarking towards this new decade.

Exhibition Catalogue

ENTER LIQUID EXTREMES

~ New Landscapes (2020) by John Spiliopoulos & Elpiniki Gelagoti

New Landscape 1
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 2
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 3
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 4
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 5
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 6
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 7
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.
New Landscape 8
John Spiliopoulos
Elpiniki Gelagoti,
Graphite and Ink on Paper.
5.83 x 8.27 in.
14.81 x 21.01 cm.

~ Join Shay Galla on the STP Virtual Runway 

Join Shay Galla on the STP Virtual Runway

In a fashion landscape where NYC’s best-dressed and most prestigious events are scheduled to be remote and practically audienceless, we teamed up with Shay Gallagher, an apparel designer, stylist, and all around badass to create our own version of Fashion Week. “I had been wondering about fashion week ever since we went into quarantine,” said Gallagher. “It became apparent pretty quickly that a lot about fashion and the way people present their work would have to change.” 

 By the end of one conversation between Shay  and Ben Werther, contemporary artist and the Jeff Gordon of STP, the two had come up with STP Fashion Week, an open submission online fashion showcase. “It will be made up of a series of live streams held by different designers, as well as an open submission fashion showcase,” Gallagher said. Shay designed a graphic for the event while Ben facilitated the submission process. 

Original promotional graphic by Shay Gallagher
Original promotional graphic by Shay Gallagher

The goal for the submission guidelines is to accept all kinds of fashion pieces and eliminate any barrier to entry. “You don’t have to have a brand, or even identify as a fashion designer to be a part of it.” Everyone is welcome. 

STP aims to find solutions to the asocial challenges of online events by providing a digital space for artists to showcase their work, gain publicity and connect with each other. STP has hosted events through their website in the past, like the BFA Student Show last May. Burgeoning artists like Shay can utilize STP programming as a tool for their art practice.

@shay.galla on IG: Glitch Diva Doña Arca dressed in Shay Sleeves at The Shed <3 Styled by Natacha Voranger
@shay.galla on IG: Glitch Diva Doña Arca dressed in Shay Sleeves at The Shed <3 Styled by Natacha Voranger

“When I was little I used to get these destroyed Barbies from a junk store in Bushwick and I would sew them little outfits out of socks.”

Shay’s friends are now her Barbies; the inspiration and models for her designs. Her community is also where Shay sources material, and who she markets her work toward  – everything is made to order and one of a kind. As a small-scale designer, that support network is crucial for Gallagher. Community is a driving force for the process and exposure behind her art practice. The relationship between her, her stylist, and her client is crucial to creating a cohesive end-result with everyone’s creative visions in mind.

@shay.galla on IG: 3 mojitos deep w Sarah
@shay.galla on IG: 3 mojitos deep w Sarah

“I get creative by playing dress up with scrap, seeing what works, and taking some pictures, usually in the mirror, then put my little samples on friends, and take pictures of them too.”

Using scraps of tulle, deadstock fabric, and whatever stretchy materials provide a forgiving size-range, Gallagher creates designs that range from bulging to billowing and from hyper-delicate to hyper-abrasive. She loves to be over-the-top with her work, though a lot of her design elements are ultra-practical. 

@shay.galla on IG
@shay.galla on IG

“I try to make my pieces as adjustable and versatile as possible, which is why I often find myself using ties. A lot of ruffles and gathering comes from things being able to change shape, become longer or shorter.”  The adaptable nature of Shay’s garmentation is a large aspect of the ethos behind STP Fashion Week.

shot by @lisette_emma
Shot by @lisette_emma

“A virtual fashion week seemed like one of the most effective ways of allowing people to still show their work while in a pandemic,” Gallagher said. STP Fashion Week aims to connect all kinds of fashion communities, and allow for networking and community building during a time where it seems nearly impossible.

Click here to submit to STP Fashion Week!

~ STP Fashion Week

STP fashion week is an open submission online fashion showcase that will happen during NYC fashion week in lieu of access to physical spaces and opportunities for emerging designers. The show is free and open to anyone interested in fashion; all work that is submitted will be included. STP fashion week will kick off September 17th, 2020 on stp.world with a collective show of submitted works featured as clickable cutouts. In addition to images of their work, designers are invited to submit original supporting content to be released at intervals throughout the week amidst a series of live streams and zoom seminars. Submissions open August 8th at 12:00AM EST and close September 17th at 11:59PM EST.

For more information or assistance with your submission please email help@stp.world.

how to submit (click submit button below)

~ Self Portrait

Trinket Two, 2019 - Serving the People
Trinket Two, 2019
Mariel Rolwing Montes
Oil on wood panel
10″ x 10″ x 1″
25.4 x 25.4 x 2.54
There is more substance in me then it appears - Serving the People
There is more substance in me then it appears
Derek Buetow
Prescription
8.5 x 11 in.
21.59 x 27.94 cm.
Self Portrait in Studio, 2019 - Serving the People
Self Portrait in Studio, 2019
Max Berry
Oil and acrylic on canvas
13.5 x 9.5 x .5 in.
35 x 25 x 3 cm.
Self Isolation Portrait (day 5), 2020 - Serving the People
Self Isolation Portrait (day 5), 2020
Anders Lindseth
crayon on panel
8 x 6 x .75 in
20.32 x 15.24 x 1.91 cm
Self Portrait with Baby Bottle Pop, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait with Baby Bottle Pop, 2020
Asher Liftin
Ink on paper
12 x 9 in.
30.4 x 22.8 cm.
Am I? - Serving the People
Am I?
Elpiniki Gelagoti
Ink on Paper
11.8 x 8.26 in.
30 x 21 cm.
Mermaid,  2020 - Serving the People
Mermaid, 2020
Ariel Nicholson
Oil and pastel on paper
Selbstportrait als Maleraffe, 2020 - Serving the People
Selbstportrait als Maleraffe, 2020
Sebastian Supanz
Colored wool felted through canvas
19.7 x 15.75 x 0.78 in.
50 x 40 x 2 cm.
Self Portrait (The Artist, The Cannibal), 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait (The Artist, The Cannibal), 2020
Chris Capoyianes
Graphite
6 x 4 in.
15.24 x 10.16 cm.
Self Portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, 2020
Christopher Nwalupue
Printworks Multipurpose Paper
8.5 x 11 in.
22 x 28 cm.
Double Self Portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Double Self Portrait, 2020
Adrian Schachter
Acrylic on mirror
12 x 12 x 1  in
30.48 x 30.48 x 2.5 cm
Self-portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Self-portrait, 2020
Chiara Di Luca
Oil on paper
13 x 9.5 in.
33 x 24 cm.
Self Portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, 2020
Zoë Argires
Graphite on paper
8.5 x 10.25 in.
21.6 x 26.1 cm.
Untitled, 2020 - Serving the People
Untitled, 2020
Georgie Somerville
Oil pastel
30 x 60 in
76.2 x 152.4 cm
Banana cake sunshine, 2020 - Serving the People
Banana cake sunshine, 2020
Sage Schachter
Digital C-Print
8.27 x 5.83 in
21 x 14.8 cm
edition of 2
Self Portrait with Bird of Prey and Prey, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait with Bird of Prey and Prey, 2020
Luca Cocchiano
Oil Pastels and Dry Pastels on Canvas
20 x 16 x 1.5 in
50.8 x 40.6 x 3.8 cm
Color ID, 2020 - Serving the People
Color ID, 2020
Dominic Santos
Acetate collage slide
2 x 2 in
5.08 x 5.08 cm
Untitled Plant Selfie, 2020 - Serving the People
Untitled Plant Selfie, 2020
Bryan Bowie
Graphite on paper
8.5 x 11 in.
21 x 27 cm.
Self Portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, 2020
Emily Pinto
Acrylic paint on paper
7 x 9 in.
17.78 x 22.86 cm.
Taz the Toy - Serving the People
Taz the Toy
Taz
Action figure
6 x 4 in
Self Portrait with Crown of Thorns, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait with Crown of Thorns, 2020
Alexandra Velasco
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas
16 x 12 x 1 in.
40.64 x 30.48 x 2.54 cm.
Self Portrait, 2018 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, 2018
Kunle F. Martins
Graphite on cardboard
32 x 16 in.
81.28 x 41.91 cm.
FOR LACK OF AN AUDIENCE, BE YOUR OWN VOYEUR, 2020 - Serving the People
FOR LACK OF AN AUDIENCE, BE YOUR OWN VOYEUR, 2020
Ana Velasco
Acrylic and vinyl paint on canvas
36 x 24 in
91 x 61 x 2 cm
The Regulator, 2020 - Serving the People
The Regulator, 2020
Alexander Hill
Chicken wire, cardboard, plaster wrap, foam board, acrylic, metal studs and hardware
20 x 16.5 x 16.5 in.
50.8 x 41.9 x 41.9 cm.
Self Portrait With a Thought, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait With a Thought, 2020
Zhiruo Gao
Oil on Canvas
15.7 x 15.7 x 0.7 in.
40 x 40 x 2 cm.
Si me puedes ver. Pero no me puedes tener <3, 2020 - Serving the People
Si me puedes ver. Pero no me puedes tener <3, 2020
Camila Villa Zertuche
Oil paint and oil pastel on canvas
12 x 9 x 1 in.
30.5 x 22.9 x 2.5 cm.
Isolation Easter, 2020 - Serving the People
Isolation Easter, 2020
Maya Crowne
Pencil on Paper
14 x 17
35.6 x 43.2 cm
Self Portrait, Sitting Between a Mirror and a Ghost, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, Sitting Between a Mirror and a Ghost, 2020
Giovanni Forlino
Charcoal and oil pastel on cream colored cotton paper
19.75h x 16.5w in
50h x 42w cm
 
Self-Portrait, 2018 - Serving the People
Self-Portrait, 2018
Jeff Mendonca
Oil on canvas over panel
14 x 11 x 1 IN
35.56 x 27.94 x 2.54 cm
Inside vs Outside, 1999 - Serving the People
Inside vs Outside, 1999
Carrie Wong
Acrylic paint and felt
24 x 20 in
61 x 51 cm
Only A Flicker, 2020 - Serving the People
Only A Flicker, 2020
John Hurley
Oil pastel on paper
9 x 12 in. 
22.86 x 30.48 cm.
SunShowers, 2019 - Serving the People
SunShowers, 2019
Quiara Torres
Oil on Burlap Sack
20 x 12 in
50 x 30 cm
Orange person, 2020 - Serving the People
Orange person, 2020
Jessica Floyd
Marker, colored pencil on paper
11 x 8 in.
28 x 22 cm.
Capitalism is a blood sacrifice - Serving the People
Capitalism is a blood sacrifice
Laura Baran
Acrylic ink and pastel on paper
14 x 11 in.
3.56 x 2.79 cm.
(PHiLip), 2009 - Serving the People
(PHiLip), 2009
Philip Ellersgaard
Pencil on A4 paper
8.27 × 11.69 in
Maternal Mass, 2019
Alexia Mavroleon
Video
Duration: 12:01
Self-portrait, Among Others, 2019 - Serving the People
Self-portrait, Among Others, 2019
Nima Arabi
Drawing: Charcoal on Paper
30 x 20 in.
75 x 50 cm.
Self Portrait in Warehouse,  2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait in Warehouse, 2020
Daniel De La Rosa
Wax medium and dry pigment on foam board
8.5x 25.5 in
21.59 x 64.77 cm
Pet Peeve, 2020 - Serving the People
Pet Peeve, 2020
Aaron Bondaroff
Color pencil on paper
33 x 40 in.
Self Portrait, 2020 - Serving the People
Self Portrait, 2020
Guy Kozak
Graphite on Paper
17 x 14 in.
43 x 35 cm.

~ BFA Show 2020

BFA Student Show is a student organized exhibition composed of artworks from students currently enrolled in BFA programsfrom almost 60 art schools around the world and counting! 

Artworks from the show will be exhibited here at https://stp.world/ at the end of the school year. All currently enrolled BFA students are invited to submit their work and be a part of this exhibition! As of right now we have brought together representatives from the following schools:

  1. RISD – Ethan Shaw
  2. Cooper Union – Ben Werther
  3. Pratt – Bennett Smith
  4. Parsons – Lauren Cather and August Blum
  5. SVA – Adrian Schachter
  6. NYU – Adam Fried and Paige Labuda
  7. Barnard – Mia Greenberg
  8. Yale – Ronan Day Lewis 
  9. University of Tennessee – Cali York
  10. Reed – Nick Schlesinger
  11. CalArts – Chloe Palmer
  12. UT Austin – Caroline Perkison
  13. Bennington – Lauren Bradley
  14. Goldsmiths – Theadora Sutherland
  15. Slade – Giulia Ley
  16. Bard – Ines Barquet 
  17. Glasgow School of Arts – Purdey Williams 
  18. UCLA – Arthur Wechsler
  19. HGK Basel – Joaquim Cantor Miranda
  20. CUNY – Eva Alcantara Sierra
  21. SAIC – Juan Arango Palacios
  22. New World – Gabriela Fernandez
  23. Tyler – Bridge Mccartan
  24. MICA – Kira Bell
  25. Concordia University – Xavier Bélanger-Dorval
  26. PAFA – Aaron Feltman
  27. Maine College of Art – Alejandra Cuadra
  28. University of Puerto Rico – Gaby Leonor
  29. Central Saint Martins – Georgie Sommerville and Ryan Brake 
  30. Columbia University – Oscar Hou and Alyssa Gengos
  31. Pennsylvania State University – Kristen Byrne
  32. Chelsea College of Arts – Scarlet Topley
  33. Massachusetts College of Art and Design – Tashi Salsedo
  34. Washington University in St. Louis – Alessandra Ferrari-Wong and Jiyoon Kang
  35. UC Davis – Mika Ware
  36. SUNY Purchase – Jasper Kesin
  37. USC – Gabrielle Robinson
  38. Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design – Olive Craine
  39. Marist College – Isabella Biagioli
  40. Edinburgh College – Cameron Mellors
  41. California College of the Arts – Darian Newman, Anna Nunes, and Lindsey Reddick
  42. School of Museum of Fine Arts – Jean Chung
  43. University of Arkansas – Penny Molesso
  44. Virginia Commonwealth University – Moira Neve and Cali Carter
  45. Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Diseño – Daniel Pabon
  46. Wesleyan University – Sultan Olusekun
  47. Carnegie Mellon – Hannah Kang
  48. Lewis & Clark College – Elana Goff
  49. Kent State University – Griffin Allman
  50. SCAD – John Grund
  51. Converse College – Kate Frost
  52. Fashion Institute of Technology – Camila Palacios
  53. Ruskin School of Art – Olivia Williamson and Mihaela Man
  54. Corcoran School of the Arts & Design – Catie Leonard
  55. Otis College of Art and Design – Aya Galgani and Zach Benson
  56. University of Puget Sound – Rebecca Connolly
  57. Cornell University – Steven Cha
  58. UAL, London College of Communication – Emma Toma
  59. University of Hawai’i at Manoa – Lauren Calkins
  60. London College of Fashion – Georgios Trochopoulos
  61. Athens School of Fine Arts – Elpiniki Gelagoti
  62. Konstfack – Caroline Nord
  63. Columbus College of Art & Design – Dylan Phipps
  64. OCAD University – Samantha Lance
  65. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign – Symone Sanz
  66. Camberwell College of Art UAL – Grace Piddington Donald
  67. Wimbledon College of Art UAL – Georgia Spencer
  68. Ryerson University – Lucy Alguire
  69. Syracuse University – Tracey Jean-Claude

To submit please click link below:
https://forms.gle/hSqiomtjHDgLhb9b8

**Submissions deadline: May 15, 2020  

For more information please get in touch with your school’s representative, or email us at bfa@stp.world

If your school is not listed above, please contact us to become a representative. We look forward to celebrating these students and hope this opportunity will allow us all to connect and build long lasting relationships.

Press inquires – press@stp.world

~ Self Portrait

Serving the People is hosting an upcoming online exhibition titled Self Portrait, and we want you to be apart of it. No skill level or previous training required. We want to see you! So grab a brush, pencil, pen and show us what you got!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfmweohygHkeBTxPdEsYbUlpKUa-ts4_pr2w7hOZKy4aHZ_WA/viewform?pli=1

~ Movies to watch while being quarantined…

TitleDirectorYear
The Infernal CakewalkGeorge Melies1903
Secrets of the SoulG. W. Pabst1912
The Four Horseman of the ApocalypseRex Ingram1921
The Power and the GloryWilliam K. Howard1933
It Happened One NightFrank Capra1934
Mr. Deeds Goes to TownFrank Capra1936
Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonFrank Capra1939
StagecoachOrsen Welles1939
The Roaring TwentiesRaoul Walsh1939
How Green Was My ValleryJohn Ford1941
Citizen KaneOrsen Welles1941
Sullivan’s TravelsPreston Sturges1941
Cat PeopleJacques Tourneur1942
Arsenic and Old LaceFrank Capra1944
Rome, Open CityRoberto Rossellini1945
GildaCharles Vidor1946
Duel in the SunKing Vidor1946
A Matter of Life and DeathMichael Powell, Emeric Pressburger1946
PaisaRoberto Rossellini1946
T-MenAnthony Mann1947
The Lady from Shanghai Orsen Welles1947
Force of EvilAbraham Polonsky1948
Raw DealAnthony Mann1948
I Walk AloneByron Haskin1948
HamletLaurence Oliver1948
La Terra TremaLucchino Visconti1948
MacbethOrsen Welles1948
German Year ZeroRoberto Rossellini1948
The Red ShoesMichael Powell, Emeric Pressburger1948
The Third ManCarroll Reed1949
CaughtMax Ophul1949
Gun CrazyJoseph H. Lewis1950
Night and the CityJules Dassin1950
The Flowers of St. FrancisRoberto Rossellini1950
StromboliRoberto Rossellini1950
RashomonAkira Kurosawa1950
Ace in the HoleBilly Wilder1951
The Magic BoxJohn and Roy Boulting1951
Tales of HoffmanMichael Powell, Emeric Pressburger1951
An American in ParisVincente Minnelli1951
OthelloOrsen Welles1952
Europa ’51Roberto Rossellini1952
The Bad and the Beautiful Vincente Minnelli1952
House of WaxAndré De Toth1953
Julius CaesarOrsen Welles1953
Pickup on South StreetSamuel Fuller1953
The Band WagonVincente Minnelli1953
Tokyo StoryYasujiro Ozu1953
Dial M for MurderAlfred Hitchcock1954
SensoLucchino Visconti1954
Journey to ItalyRoberto Rossellini1954
All That Heaven AllowsDouglas Sirk1955
Kiss Me DeadlyRobert Aldrich1955
OrdetCarl Theodor Dreyer1955
The Red BalloonAlbert Lamoris1956
Forty GunsSamuel Fuller1957
Sweet Smell of SuccessAlexander Mackendrick1957
The Seventh SealIngmar Bergman1957
Touch of EvilOrsen Welles1958
Some Came RunningVincente Minnelli1958
Hiroshima Mon AmourAlain Resnais1959
ShadowsJohn Cassavetes1959
La Terra TremaLucchino Visconti1960
Peeping TomMichael Powell1960
One, Two, ThreeBilly Wilder1961
The HustlerRobert Rossen1961
Cape FearJ. Lee Thompson1962
The TrailOrsen Welles1962
Two Weeks in Another TownVincente Minnelli1962
America, AmericaElia Kazan1963
The LeopardLucchino Visconti1963
Jason and the ArgonautsRay Harryhausen1963
Shock CorridorSamuel Fuller1963
The Fall of the Roman EmpireAnthony Mann1964
Simon of the DesertLuis Buñuel1965
The Rise of Louis XIVRoberto Rossellini1966
Andrei RublevAndrei Tarkovsky1966
Cool Hand LukeStuart Rosenberg1967
FacesJohn Cassavetes1968
The Blues According to Lightning HopkinsLes Blank1968
Rosemary’s BabyRoman Polanski1968
2001: A Space OdysseyStanley Kubric1968
Midnight CowboyJohn Schlesinger1969
KluteAlan J. Pakula1971
THX 1138George Lucas1971
Murmur of the HeartLouis Malle1971
McCabe & Mrs. MillerRobert Altman1971
A Clockwork OrangeStanley Kubric1971
The GodfatherFrancis Ford Coppola1972
M*A*S*HRobert Altman1972
Battles Without Honor and HumanityKinji Fukasaku1973
The ConversationFrancis Ford Coppola1974
Woman Under the InfluenceJohn Cassavetes1974
NashvilleRobert Altman1975
The MessiahRoberto Rossellini1975
Dog Day AfternoonSidney Lumet1975
The MirrorAndrei Tarkovsky1975
The Gates HeavenErrol Morris 1978
Black StallionCarroll Ballard1979
Apocolypse NowFrancis Ford Coppola1979
Mad MaxGeorge Miller1979
Norma RaeMartin Ritt1979
Black JackKen Loach1979
HardcorePaul Schrader1979
AlienRidley Scott1979
Permanent VactationJim Jarmusch1980
Heaven’s GateMichael Cimino1980
HealthRobert Altman1980
The Ninth Configuration William Better Blatty1980
The ShiningStanley Kubric1980
Burden of DreamsLes Blank1982
FitzcarraldoWerner Herzog1982
Stranger than ParadiseJim Jarmusch1984
Blood SimpleThe Coen Brothers1984
The Element of CrimeLars Von Trier1984
God’s CountryErrol Morris1985
Tampopo Juzo Itami1985
MishimaPaul Schrader1985
The Lost BoysJoel Schumacher1987
Au Revoir les EnfantsLouis Malle1987
Raising ArizonaThe Coen Brothers1987
The Thin Blue LineErrol Morris1988
Drugstore CowboyGus Van Sant1989
Born on the First of JulyOliver Stone1989
Do the Right ThingSpike Lee1989
Wild at HeartDavid Lynch1990
My Own Private IdahoGus Van Sant1991
Night on EarthJim Jarmusch1991
The PlayerRobert Altman1992
Benny’s VideoMichael Haneke1992
Hoop DreamsSteve James1994
Kansas CityRobert Altman1996
FargoThe Coen Brothers1996
GummoHarmony Korine1997
The Fifth ElementLuc Besson1997
Funny GamesMichael Haneke1997
Boogie NightsPaul Thomas Anderson1997
Run Lola RunTom Tykwer1998
The Messenger Joan of ArcLuc Besson1999
La CienegaLucrecia Martel2001
The Assassination of Richard NixonNiels Mueller2004
Last Days Gus Van Sant2005
The Diving Bell and the ButterflyJulian Schnabel2007
There Will Be BloodPaul Thomas Anderson2007
Funny GamesMichael Haneke2007
HungerSteve Mcqueen2008
Let the Right One InTomas Alfredson2008
Un ProphèteJacques Audiard2009
AntichristLars Von Trier2009
The White RibbonMichael Haneke2009
Notre Jour ViendraRoman Gavras2010
The MasterPaul Thomas Anderson2012
Inherent VicePaul Thomas Anderson2014
Force MajeureRuben Östlund2014
VictoriaSebastien Schipper2015
Phantom ThreadPaul Thomas Anderson2017
The SquareRuben Östlund2017
The Favourite Yorgos Lanthimos2018
ParasiteBoon Joon-Ho2019

~ Lucien Smith – Fear Eats the Soil (Exhibition)

Serving the People and Melet DTLA, a new project space founded by Bob Melet are pleased to present, Fear Eats the Soil, an exhibition featuring new work by Lucien Smith. The exhibition will open February 12th and will run through February 17th 2020.

About the exhibition Smith writes: In 1841, American painter John Rand revolutionized painting through the conception of premixed pigments in tin tubes. This became an important tool for the early impressionists who shared an interest in traveling the countryside in need of an escape from the dominant traditional French painting standards of the early 19th century. This practice became known as plien air painting.

Developments such as this have aided painting throughout history. Today we too practice a form of escapism through our devices. These powerful tools have generated a debate on their resultant effects on society. As a painter I wonder what effect this technology would have had on the impressionists. I began examining the relationship we have with images. When we look at an image, contexts allows us to interpret value and ownership. With imagery becoming abundantly present in our day to day those classifications are becoming less identifiable. Navigating through digital media as a resource I began noticing a subconscious narrative beginning to form. Images allow our imaginations to disembark from the confines of our immediate surroundings, just like the Impressionists once would. The only difference being our journeys are through the gaze of others.

Through this disconnected gaze we are able to travel great distances without ever having to step foot into the outside world. Is this a convenience or a misfortune? Were the impressionist of the 19th century merely painting windows for us to view the world through? If this is the case are we not all painters? Capturing the world through our phones to then share those perspectives with one another? And if so, what purpose then does painting serve in an age where imagery and perspective are so easily disseminated. These questions have motivated me to challenge the notion of traditional painting, it’s purpose and it’s future. Installation View

No Sense of Absolute Corruption, 2019 - Serving the People
No Sense of Absolute Corruption, 2019
Lucien Smith
Inkjet on canvas
16.08h x 42w in
40.84h x 106.68w cm


Dirty Bicyclist, 2019 - Serving the People
Dirty Bicyclist, 2019
Lucien Smith
Inkjet on canvas
26.70h x 18w in
67.83h x 45.72w cm
Bill Gates Pie in Face, 2019 - Serving the People
Bill Gates Pie in Face, 2019
Lucien Smith
Inkjet on canvas
10.14h x 18w in
25.75h x 45.72w cm
Dentritic Crystal, 2019 - Serving the People
Dentritic Crystal, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
16.41h x 20w in
41.69h x 50.80w cm
Marijuana Chart, 2019 - Serving the People
Marijuana Chart, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
27.20h x 34w in
69.09h x 86.36w cm
"Molly", 2019 - Serving the People
“Molly”, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
10.56h x 28w in
26.83h x 71.12w cm
Montauk Aliens, 2019 - Serving the People
Montauk Aliens, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
6.67h x 12w in
16.94h x 30.48w cm
Rapunzel! Rapunzel!, 2019 - Serving the People
Rapunzel! Rapunzel!, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
18h x 13.50w in
45.72h x 34.29w cm
Mercedes M-Class (99 Problems), 2019 - Serving the People
Mercedes M-Class (99 Problems), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
23.74h x 32w in
60.29h x 81.28w cm
Little Red Riding Hood, 2019 - Serving the People
Little Red Riding Hood, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
4.21h x 3.75w in
10.69h x 9.53w cm
Human Remains, 2019 - Serving the People
Human Remains, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
82h x 61w x 3d in
731 Lexington Avenue (Charlie Rose), 2019 - Serving the People
731 Lexington Avenue (Charlie Rose), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
4.65h x 6.25w in
11.80h x 15.88w cm

Scrap Metal (Knob Creek), 2019 - Serving the People
Scrap Metal (Knob Creek), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
51.75 x 69 in
131.44 x 175.26 cm
Trump Healthcare, 2019 - Serving the People
Trump Healthcare, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
10.48h x 26w in
61h x 66.04w cm
Aphrodite, 2019 - Serving the People
Aphrodite, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
18.33h x 11w in
46.57h x 27.94w cm
Hunter Hollywood Cemetery (Smokers Lounge), 2019 - Serving the People
Hunter Hollywood Cemetery (Smokers Lounge), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
23.30h x 14w in
59.17h x 35.56w cm
Repukelicans, 2019 - Serving the People
Repukelicans, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
7.50h x 23.68w in
19.05h x 60.15w cm
Trump WWE, 2019 - Serving the People
Trump WWE, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
25 1/4h x 21 1/4w x 2 1/2d in
Tarantula, 2019 - Serving the People
Tarantula, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
6.29h x 6w in
15.97h x 15.24w cm
Breaking Bad, 2019 - Serving the People
Breaking Bad, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
10.56h x 28w in
26.83h x 71.12w cm
Flamingo Avenue (Hoop Dreams), 2019 - Serving the People
Flamingo Avenue (Hoop Dreams), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
26.12h x 16w in
66.34h x 40.64w cm
"A boat is just a hole in the ocean you throw money into.", 2019 - Serving the People
“A boat is just a hole in the ocean you throw money into.”, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
21.75h x 29w in
55.24h x 73.66w cm
Temple of Athena (Ruins), 2019 - Serving the People
Temple of Athena Ruins, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
70h x 56w x 3d in
$17,500.00
Sophie's Bar, 2019 - Serving the People
Sophie’s Bar, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
27.15h x 18w in
68.96h x 45.72w cm
Cy Twombly Online, 2019 - Serving the People
Cy Twombly Online, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
20.25h x 27w in
51.44h x 68.58w cm
Fitzcaraldo (Burden of Dreams), 2019 - Serving the People
Fitzcaraldo (Burden of Dreams), 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
21 1/4h x 30 1/4w x 2 1/2d in
Breakfast at the Greasy Spoon, 2019 - Serving the People
Breakfast at the Greasy Spoon, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
13.30h x 20w in
33.78h x 50.80w cm
20 Warren St. (TriBeca Studio/Let the Good Times Roll), 2019 - Serving the People
20 Warren St. (TriBeca Studio/Let the Good Times Roll), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
19.86h x 43w in
44h x 109.22w cm
Stretching (Plank Position), 2019 - Serving the People
Stretching (Plank Position), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
30.67h x 17.25w in
77.89h x 43.81w cm

Italian Stallion, 2019 - Serving the People
Italian Stallion, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
14.77h x 8.50w in
37.52h x 21.59w cm
Lluvia de Peces, 2020 - Serving the People
Lluvia de Peces, 2020
Acrylic paint and inkjet print on canvas
79 1/2h x 57w x 1 1/2d in
Tornado Aftermath, 2019 - Serving the People
Tornado Aftermath, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
21 1/4h x 30 1/4w x 2 1/2d in
"For the Avoidance of Doubt", 2019 - Serving the People
“For the Avoidance of Doubt”, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
51.75 x 69 in
131.44 x 175.26 cm
Scratchitti (Sam's Restaurant East Hampton), 2019 - Serving the People
Scratchitti (Sam’s Restaurant East Hampton), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
21.33h x 12w in
54.19h x 30.48w cm
Fire Drill, 2019 - Serving the People
Fire Drill, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
30.74h x 38w in
78.07h x 96.52w cm
Toasted Croutons with Beetroot Salad, 2019 - Serving the People
Toasted Croutons with Beetroot Salad, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
6.29h x 6w in
15.97h x 15.24w cm
Paint Chips (More Money More Problems), 2019 - Serving the People
Paint Chips (More Money More Problems), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
33.33h x 25w in
84.67h x 63.50w cm
Shroomies, Boomers, Boomtown..., 2019 - Serving the People
Shroomies, Boomers, Boomtown…, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
18.28h x 10w in
46.42h x 25.40w cm
Chèvre, 2019 - Serving the People
Chèvre, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
26.92h x 30w in
68.38h x 76.20w cm
What happens when an unstoppable object collides with an immovable object?, 2019 - Serving the People
What happens when an unstoppable object collides with an immovable object?, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
4.65h x 6.25w in
11.80h x 15.88w cm
Wounded Knee, 2019 - Serving the People
Wounded Knee, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
22.33h x 28w in
56.72h x 71.12w cm
Pothole Fishing, 2019 - Serving the People
Pothole Fishing, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
29.72h x 36w in
75.50h x 91.44w cm

Atlanta Fractals, 2019 - Serving the People
Atlanta Fractals, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
60.04h x 39w in
152.50h x 99.06w cm

Iwata Spray Guns (Cleaning for Flood Paintings), 2019 - Serving the People
Iwata Spray Guns (Cleaning for Flood Paintings), 2019
Inkjet on canvas
23.74h x 28w in
60.31h x 71.12w cm
Chocolate Meringue, 2019 - Serving the People
Chocolate Meringue, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
6.75h x 9w in
17.14h x 22.86w cm
Jacquelyn, Bill, Henry, 2019 - Serving the People
Jacquelyn, Bill, Henry, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
11h x 19.56w in
27.94h x 49.67w cm
Kate Moss Tattoo by Lucian Freud, 2019 - Serving the People
Kate Moss Tattoo by Lucian Freud, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
7.50h x 13w in
19.05h x 33.02w cm
Tiny Painting, 2019 - Serving the People
Tiny Painting, 2019
Silkscreen and inkjet on canvas
3 1/4h x 5 3/4w in
Dead Trees, 2019 - Serving the People
Dead Trees, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
21.48h x 33w in
54.57h x 83.82w cm
America's Response, 2019 - Serving the People
America’s Response, 2019
Inkjet on canvas
19.90h x 24w in
50.55h x 60.96w cm

~ Film Screening 3

Anthology Film Archive 
January 08, 2020
32 2nd Ave. New York,
NY 10003

Fairfax Cinema
February 13, 2020
611 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90056

Click Here for Highlights

Films:

Drinking The Water – Johann Rashid

Mason – Oliver Shahery

Great Choice – Robin Comisar

Make No Utopia – Casper Telly

Friday – Aisha Amin

O.G. Black the Snake Man – Hunter Ray Barker & Tucker Tripp

Let’s Get Lost – Sam Stillman

Bob of the Park – Jake Sumner

~ Group Show 2

Black Moth, 2019 - Serving the People
Black Moth, 2019
Nick Atkins
Oil, air brush acrylic on wood with sequins
12.5 x 7.5 in
29.21 x 19.05 cm
$1,000.00
Purchase
Sun, 2018 - Serving the People
Sun, 2018
Dominic Santos
Archival pigment print
8 x 10 in
20.32 x 25.4 c
$280.00
Purchase
Demo 2, 2019 - Serving the People
Demo 2, 2019
Tremaine Emory
Velvet tapestry (found object), natural cotton wreaths (handmade by artist)
62 x 46 in
157.48 x 116.84 cm
$5,000.00

Purchase
Opening (Block 488 Lot 1), 2018 - Serving the People
Opening (Block 488 Lot 1), 2018
Andrew Kass
C-Print
10 x 8 in
25.4 x 20.32 cm
Edition of 50
$250.00

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Spitting In The Faces Of A Billion Unborn Children, 2019 - Serving the People
Spitting In The Faces Of A Billion Unborn Children, 2019
Cali Dewitt
Inkjet and acrylic on canvas
48 x 48 in
121.92 x 121.92 cm
$7,500.00

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Untitled, 2019 - Serving the People
Untitled, 2019
Nick Whiteford Photography
4 x 6 in
New York University
$1,450.00

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Nice Parking, 2019 - Serving the People
Nice Parking, 2019
Ben Werther
Crayon rubbing on Japanese paper
8 1/2 x 11
21.59 x 27.94 cm
$100.00
sold
It's Not What It Seems, 2019 - Serving the People
It’s Not What It Seems, 2019
Alexander James
Oil on canvas
39 1/3 x 39 1/3 x 1 1/2 in
100 x 100 x 4 cm
$6,000.00

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Light in The Earth, is Everywhere/Seal The Planet, 2019 - Serving the People
Light in The Earth, is Everywhere/Seal The Planet, 2019
Nick Farhi
Oil and pastel on aluminum panel
14  x 10  x .10 in
35.56 x 25.4 x 0.25 cm
$2,500.00

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How To Repulse A Demon I, 2019 - Serving the People
How To Repulse A Demon I, 2019
Heather Benjamin
Gouache and pencil on paper
14 x 20 in 
35.56 x 50.8 cm
$800.00

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Untitled (Mr. Potato Head), 2019 - Serving the People
Untitled (Mr. Potato Head), 2019
Henry Swanson
Oil on linen
10 x 8 in
25.4 cm by 20.32 cm
$700.00

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Untitled Landscape 001, 2019 - Serving the People
Untitled Landscape 001, 2019
Danny Rose
Acrylic, enamel on canvas
6 x 6 x 1.5 in
15.24 x 15.24 x 3.81 cm
$100.00
sold
TV Song, 2019 - Serving the People
TV Song, 2019
Andy Heck Boyd
Pen on paper
5 1/2 x 9 in
13.97 cm x 22.86 cm
$100.00
sold
Salt, Pepper, Ketchup, 2019 - Serving the People
Salt, Pepper, Ketchup, 2019
Alex Stern
Acrylic on canvas
76 x 50 in
193.04 x 127 cm
$2,300.00

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Breathing, 2018 - Serving the People
Breathing, 2018
Zijuan Wang
Water-sensitive paper
11.81 x 39.37 in
30 x 100 cm
$1,000.00

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Icing 2, 2018 - Serving the People
Icing 2, 2018
Adrian Schachter
Acrylic, gesso and gel on wooden board
34 x 34 in
86.36 x 86.36 cm
$900.00

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Severe Patient, 2018 - Serving the People
Severe Patient, 2018
Miranda Yokota
Print
23 x 16 in
59 x 42 cm
$180.00

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Tucked and Buckled, 2018 - Serving the People
Tucked and Buckled, 2018
Anthony Palocci Jr
Gouache on paper
8 x 6 in
20.3 x 15.24 cm
$300.00
sold
Crescent Rain, 2019 - Serving the People
Crescent Rain, 2019
Chito
Enamel on paper
18 x 24 in
45.72 x 60.96 cm
sold
Night Fox, 2019 - Serving the People
Night Fox, 2019
Elliott Chambers
Oil on canvas
15 1/2 x 13 x 1.5
39.3cm x 33cm x 3.8cm
$1,800.00
sold
Slice, 2012 - Serving the People
Slice, 2012
Anthony Palocci Jr
Oil on canvas
30 x 30 in
76.2 x 76.2 cm
$2,500.00
sold
Night Moves, 2019 - Serving the People
Night Moves, 2019
Tarek Al-Shammaa
Oil stick and acrylic on canvas
62 x 67 in
160 x 170 cm
$6,986.00

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Baby, 2019 - Serving the People
Baby, 2019
Rex
Acrylic and ink print on paper
20 x 30 in
50.8 x 76.2 cm
$5,000.00
sold
Failures of Kindness, 2019 - Serving the People
Failures of Kindness, 2019
Anders Lindseth
Crayon on panel
8 x 10 x 1 in
20.32 x 25.4 x 2.54 cm
$1,000.00

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Hey Siri, play Black Flag, 2019 - Serving the People
Hey Siri, play Black Flag, 2019
Felix Bardy
Oil and enamel on paper
39.3 x 27.5 in
100 x 70 cm
$500.00

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Borrel, 2019 - Serving the People
Borrel, 2019
Byron Fredericks
Acrylic on ceramic terra cotta
12 x 5 in
30 x 12.7 cm
$750.00

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Seeds, 2019 - Serving the People
Seeds, 2019
Dorothea Osborn
Oil and mixed media
24 x 12 in
60.96 x 30.48 cm
$400.00
Purchase
National Lottery, 2018 - Serving the People
National Lottery, 2018
Kai Schachter
Oil, spray paint and graphite on canvas
36 x 22 in
91.44 x 22 cm
not for sale

~ Film Screening Two

Chopping Onions
2015
Adinah Dancyger


A portrait of a six-year old girl and her Korean grandmother during a summer in New York City. Cultural and language barriers break the purely romantic stage of their relationship which potentially ruins their innocent friendship forever.
Culturesport  
2019
John Michael Boling


A music-driven science fiction animated web series set in a world adjacent to our own.

~ Film Screening One

The Snowy Day
2015
Directed by Lucien Smith


The morning after a blizzard, Antony, a 9 year old boy, spends the day exploring the snow-covered city. After making his way by himself to go sledding in Central Park, he realizes he doesn’t have the money to return home. Making his way back on foot, his ideal day turns into an unexpected challenge.
Koreatown
2018
Directed by Grant Hyun

At a discreet host bar in Los Angeles, Kyeong uses his talent and charm to create the illusion of love for the women who hire him. When a new client pays him for a “2nd round,” Kyeong discovers too late that behind her kindly demeanor lies a disturbing request.
Send
2015
Directed by Peter Vack


Separated for the Summer, the only way for a teenage girl to communicate with her boyfriend is over the Internet.
Shegetsey Betsey
2015
Directed by Betsey Brown
Lefty/Righty
2019
Directed by Max Walker-Silverman


A divorced cowboy. His estranged six year old daughter. Some shaggy uncles. A final visit to the sick family patriarch. ​
The Darby Bonarsky Story
2018
Directed by Jaqueline Kramer & Dasha Nekrasova


Darby Bonarsky is an actress living in Koreatown, Los Angeles. A local filmmaker wanted to tell her story. This show-biz satire directed by Jacqueline Kramer and Dasha Nekrasova takes aim at narcissist celebrity culture and its unbalanced participants.

~ Group Show by Serving the People 

Group Show is an open call exhibition in which 43 works have been hand selected to form an overview of outsider and experimental art being made today. STP’s goal is to provide the artist and viewer with an alternative creative experience.

Inside vs Outside, 1999 - Serving the People
Inside vs Outside, 1999
Carrie Wong
Acrylic paint and felt
24 x 20 in
61 x 51 cm
Wait For Me, 2016 - Serving the People
Wait For Me, 2016
Rebecca Michels
Marker on newsprint
15 x 18 in
Cut Fruit and Bowl, 2017 - Serving the People
Cut Fruit and Bowl, 2017
Max Berry
Acrylic and oil on linen
29 9/10 x 48 in
Holding Pattern, 2017
Michelle Brandemuehl
Spray paint on linen
24 x 18 x 1 1/4 in
Pious Unity, 2016 - Serving the People
Pious Unity, 2016
John Hurley
Drawing on photograph print
16 x 24 in
Maternal Mass, 2019 - Serving the People
Maternal Mass, 2019
Alexia Mavroleon
Like New, 2016 - Serving the People
Like New, 2016
Greg Ludlow
4 used tires, acrylic paint, and tire rack
28 x 48 x 28 in
Untitled (Orange), 2016 - Serving the People
Untitled (Orange), 2016
Adam Glibbery
Laser engraving, acrylic, and card
11 7/10 x 8 3/10 in
Cliffside at Kopavogur (Iceland), 2017 - Serving the People
Cliffside at Kopavogur (Iceland), 2017
Tessa Perutz
Oil on canvas
15 x 12 in
Behind Parking Lot, 2016 - Serving the People
Behind Parking Lot, 2016
Jesse Morsberger
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in
Selbstportrait als Maleraffe, 2020 - Serving the People
Selbstportrait als Maleraffe, 2020
Sebastian Supanz
Colored wool felted through canvas
19.7 x 15.75 x 0.78 in.
50 x 40 x 2 cm.
To the Completion of Task Manifold!, 2017 - Serving the People
To the Completion of Task Manifold!, 2017
Eric Wiley
Oil on canvas
36 x 28 in
Only A Flicker, 2020 - Serving the People
Only A Flicker, 2020
John Hurley
Oil pastel on paper
9 x 12 in. 
22.86 x 30.48 cm
Windancer, 2017 - Serving the People
Windancer, 2017
Oscar Godfrey
Oil on canvas
13 x 11 1/2 x 3 in
Ocean Swell, 2017 - Serving the People
Ocean Swell, 2017
Michael Trinsey
Acrylic on board
24 x 32 x 2 in
Bim and Bam Walk Down a Street in Algeria, 2017 - Serving the People
Bim and Bam Walk Down a Street in Algeria, 2017
David Dellagi
Acrylic on canvas
75 x 98 in
At My Window #2, 2017 - Serving the People
At My Window #2, 2017
Braden Hollis Oil on panel
18×24
45.72×60.96
Man, 2017 - Serving the People
Man, 2017
Brendan Mulcahy
Oil on canvas
24 x 17 in
He Never Called Back and THATÕS a True Story, 2017 - Serving the People
He Never Called Back and THATÕS a True Story, 2017
Luisa Alcantara
Oil on canvas
11 x 14 in
No. 5, 1990/2017 - Serving the People
Jo Shane
Artist’s archival abortion instructions, artist’s archival pregnancy tests, and Chanel No. 5 perfume on
stretched scrub fabric
60 x 36 x 5 in
There is more substance in me then it appears - Serving the People
There is more substance in me then it appears
Derek Buetow
Prescription
8.5 x 11 in.
Watercolor and charcoal on paper mounted on panel - Serving the People
Watercolor and charcoal on paper mounted on panel
Tong Zhang
Watercolor and charcoal on paper mounted on panel
21 x 24 x 3 in
Untitled (Face), 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled (Face), 2017
Andy Heck Boyd
Acrylic and watercolor on canvas
10 x 8 x 3/4 in
The Fountain of Youth, 2017 - Serving the People
The Fountain of Youth, 2017
Farbricio Suarez
Oil on wood panel
9 x 12 x 1 1/2 in
By the hare of my eye - Serving the People
By the hare of my eye
Hannah E. Morris
Untitled, 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled, 2017
Jaspar Arasteh
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 in
Untitled N¼784, 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled N¼784, 2017
Eric Blum
Ink, silk, and beeswax on panel
59 x 47 in

Past Midnight, 2017 - Serving the People
Past Midnight, 2017
Chris Capoyianes
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 x 1 1/2 in
The Inheritance, 2017 - Serving the People
The Inheritance, 2017
Farbricio Suarez
Oil on wood panel
9 x 12 x 1 1/2 in
Cemetery Walk, 2015 - Serving the People
Cemetery Walk, 2015
Laura Baran
Oil on Arches oil paper
12 x 9 in
Rouge, 2016 - Serving the People
Rouge, 2016
Rosa Arango
Gouache on paper
13 4/5 x 9 4/5 in
Untitled (Hell Is Other People), 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled (Hell Is Other People), 2017
Chris Capoyianes
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 x 1 in
First Day of Camp, 2017 - Serving the People
First Day of Camp, 2017
Michael Reeves
Oil on panel
7 x 12 in

Untitled, 2016 - Serving the People
Sarah Schecter
Oil on canvas
2016
24 x 36 in
Mother, 2017 - Serving the People
Mother, 2017
Amanda Doran
Acrylic on canvas
27 3/5 x 19 7/10 x 4/5 in
Untitled (Good), 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled (Good), 2017
John Spiliopoulos
Inkjet prints and marker on paper
11 69/100 x 8 27/100 in
Untitled (Desert Landscape 01), 2017 - Serving the People
Untitled (Desert Landscape 01), 2017
Lucien Smith
Oil on linen
12 1/4 x 15 in
Desert Bush, 2017 - Serving the People
Desert Bush, 2017
Zach Helper
Chromogenic print
20 x 24 in
Dos Nu, 2017 - Serving the People
Dos Nu, 2017
Juliette Lemontey
Charcoal, oil, and walnut ink on canvas
56 x 33 in
Boy Band: The Accuser, The Offender, The Defender, The Bystander (Artifacts), 2017 - Serving the People
Boy Band: The Accuser, The Offender, The Defender, The Bystander (Artifacts), 2017
Eliza Barry
Fired porcelain and printer toner
8 x 24 x 1 in
Drag Race, 2017 - Serving the People
Drag Race, 2017
Elliott Chambers
Oil on canvas
12 x 14 x 1 1/4 in
Badass Roxx (Roxanne Edwards), 2016 - Serving the People
Badass Roxx (Roxanne Edwards), 2016
Katarina Janeckova
Acrylic on canvas
19 7/10 x 15 7/10 in
Orange, Red, Yellow, 2015 - Serving the People
Orange, Red, Yellow, 2015
John Cahall
Oil, acrylic, and tape on canvas
100 x 81 1/4 x 1 in
#24, 2017 - Serving the People
#24, 2017
Steph Krawchuk
Oil on paper
18 3/4 x 27 x 1 in

A Painting of a Fishbowl, at Night, 2017 - Serving the People
A Painting of a Fishbowl, at Night, 2017
Anders Lindseth
Oil on canvas
20 x 22 x 1 1/2 in
A Little Bit Smarter, 2017 - Serving the People
A Little Bit Smarter, 2017
Jan Gatewood
Acrylic and collage on paper
11 x 8 in