Red Bull Curates – A look at the SF artists showcases LA tonight and one of Venice’s very own, Jules Muck is one of the many talented contemporary artists work being shown tonight at LAB Art.
Via FB: “Celebrating Los Angeles’ most innovative contemporary artists as they turn their eye-catching designs into canvas-wrapped Red Bull coolers. The work will be showcased at LAB Art, West Hollywood on April 5, 2012. Fans and a luminary panel of judges featuring Taryn Manning, Domingo Zapata and Jon Reiss will vote 3 artist through to participate in a Red Bull Curates group exhibition this December in Miami during the Art Basel Season. Vote your favorite artist through to Miami now! Download a QR code reader to your phone to vote for your favorite artist during the event.”
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• Leba • Nathan Spoor • Lydia Emily • Codak • Destroy All Design • Benjamin Alejandro • Thank You X • Hans Haveron • Zombie • Gregory Siff • Jules Muck • Louis Carreon • Ernesto Yerena Montejano • Septerhed • Smear • Cyrcle • KH No. 7 • Bryan Snyder • Aise Born • Kophns One • Mar • T$F
• Goodlife • Viper Room • Tropicana Room at the Roosevelt • The 3 Clubs • Rock N Reillys • The Satellite • The Echo • Gold Room • Los Globos • Los Angeles Brewing Company (LABC) • La Cita • Exchange LA • Akbar • The Brig • Nikki’s • Danny’s • Hotel Erwin Rooftop • Cities • Silverlake Lounge • The Darkroom
For a sneak peak check out the latest Curates vid:http://www.redbullusa.com/cs/Satellite/en_US/Video/Curates-San-Francisco-pilot-episode-021243176989496
Jules Muck started doing graffiti in Europe and great Britain almost twenty years ago. Muck began bombing in New York in the late 90s where she was discovered by Lady Pink who took her on as an apprentice for the next 4 years. Under her tag name Muck she has shown at Tokyo Big Site, the Bronx Museum of Art, the Weisman Museum in Minneapolis and the Fuse Gallery in New York. She has been published in Ganz’s Graffiti Women, Cey Adam’s Definitions and both of the Murrays books Burning New York and Broken Windows. Since moving to LA three years ago and adding her first name Jules to the equation, Jules Muck has shown at The Pacific Design Center and Rivera Gallery in Hollywood. Her murals are prominent all over the Venice Beach area, where she lives and has her studio. Most recent are her works on side of Gjelina restaurant and the Main St Lindsay Lohan portrait that was featured on Access Hollywood and in Newsweek’s The Daily Beast. Jules Muck is currently exhibiting new works at Lab Art Gallery.