Regime Contemporary launches online store featuring art pieces by Evidence, Chali 2na & more
Regime Contemporary, the newest addition to Los Angeles’ thriving art scene, has announced the official launch of their new online store.
Following a successful inaugural year for their gallery, which opened inside the iconic Mayfair Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, and the curation of a world-class contemporary art selection throughout the property, they’re now presenting their collection to the world through the launch of Regime Contemporary’s new online store.
In addition to original works, they’ll be releasing a curated selection of limited edition prints from a who’s-who in the art world throughout the year, beginning with their current offering that features pieces by Jim “TAZ” Evans, Evidence, Chali 2na, Estevan Oriol, SEEN, Nathan Ota, RISK and SLICK, among others.
Visit the official Regime Contemporary store for more info.
If you’re in the Los Angeles area on Oct. 4, head to the Regime Contemporary gallery for a street art exhibition by the legendary Chali 2na of Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli.
Concrete Jungle: A Street Art Show by Chali 2na
Emcee, musician, painter, actor and Renaissance man Chali 2na, one of the founding members of critically acclaimed hip-hop group Jurassic 5 and Grammy Award winners Ozomatli, will be exhibiting his Concrete Jungle street art exhibition at the Mayfair Hotel (1256 W 7th St) in Los Angeles, CA opening October 4th, 2019.
Located inside the hotel’s Regime Contemporary Art Gallery, the Concrete Jungle show will transform the hotel’s atrium into a jungle, complete with sounds and visuals to compliment Chali’s 2na’s life-like animal graffiti murals. The artwork will be on display for the very first time and available for sale courtesy of Regime.
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