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BASEL, JUXTAPOZ, JUXTAPOZ CLUB HOUSE, LA, MIA, MIAMI, ny, SCOPE, SHERYO, superchief, SUPERCHIEFGALLERY, YOK -

Superchief Gallery brought out the whole team and hosted 4 different shows throughout the greater part of Miami. Superchief Presents: Yok and Sheryo's Devil Lounge during Miami Art Basel Superchief Gallery is thrilled to present Yok & Sheryo's Devil's Lounge - a gigantic 35footwide demon head filled with murals, artifacts, sculptures and hellish furniture for SCOPE's 2018 VIP LOUNGE!The 18th edition of SCOPE Miami Beach returned with its tent at Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Featuring 140 International Exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities, SCOPE Miami Beach will welcome over 55,000 visitors over the course of 6 days.  ...

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ABRAHAM DIAZ, ADULT SWIM, ALT COMICS, BAKER SKATEBOARDS, BRUTAL, CARTOON NETWORK, FUCKTOBER, JJVILLARD, JOHNNY RYAN, LA, LA WEEKLY, MEXICO CITY, MINI COMICS, PUNK, STUSSY, superchief, SUPERCHIEFGALLERY, UNDERGROUND -

Superchief Gallery LA hosted a 3 person show with legendary underground cartoonists JJ Villard, Johnny Ryan, and Abraham Diaz, a rare meeting of minds!

JJ Villard is an Emmy-winning Cartoon Terrorist, perhaps best known for his hyper-violent cartoon, King Star King on Adult Swim. 

Johnny Ryan is an alt-comics creator with an absurdist and brutal style, aiming to make even the most easily offended people laugh. 

Abraham Diaz is an illustrator based in Mexico City's underground punk scene, and also runs his own micro edition publishing house producing comics and outsider art under the name "Joc Doc." 

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BODYSUITS by Sarah Sitkin’s was a solo exhibit at Superchief Gallery LA, which opened the month of  March 2018. The show focused on human bodies turned into wearable garments. By directly molding actual people, Sitkin has preserved every minute detail to present hyper-realistic replicas of other people’s skin. Sitkin’s sculptural pieces are not horror or grotesque; they intentionally subvert boundaries and privacy in order to provoke recognition in the shared human experience. The wearer is invited to empathize, confront, and reevaluate the judgement we hold to the bodies of others as well as our own.

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