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Andrew Schoultz in Culver City for “LA Intersections”

May 9, 2017
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Our friend Andrew Schoultz just wrapped up a brand new mural on the streets of Culver City to coincide with the opening of the “LA Intersections” exhibition he curated at Castanier Gallery.

The famed American artist has a pictorial approach to social and political commentary. Having presented his work in various contexts from museums to galleries to public murals, Schoultz is known for his densely layered artworks exploring patterns in history related to war, natural disasters, and globalization. Inspired by underground comics, graffiti, German map-making, the archaic illustrations of the Nuremberg Chronicle of 1492, and Persian Miniatures to name a few, the artist’s work is profoundly chaotic both visually and thematically.

As usual with Andrew, this piece features an insane amount of details and we can only urge you to go check out in person if you are in the area!

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