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  • Poison Valley An Exhibition by Land

    January 23, 2015 1 min read

    Busy-Being is proud to present "Poison Valley" a solo exhibition by Ryan Rhodes and Caleb Owen Everitt, the Austin based design duo better known as the "LAND". This will the first time the pair have exhibited in Los Angeles and comes just off the heels of their recent Tokyo exhibition with Deus ex Machina. 

    Poison Valley is a primitive pursuit, depicting humanity's spiritual manifestations expressed throughout history. The emblematic work confronts elemental questions concerning nature, animals and mankind’s struggle for understanding. Visualize the first moment of human awareness, and the proceeding depictions of abstract thought. The consciousness of a beginning, end, and the mortality existing between.

    Alongside the exhibition will be a Texas Makers Market featuring goods by: Cobra Rock Boot Company / Fort Lonesome / Botanicals Folklorica / Ana Klausmann / Traveller Denim Co. / Mason McFee / Fortuna Monsoon / Marfa Brands / Miranda Bennett Studio / Folk Fibers / and PFAU. Fort Lonesome will be on site with her chain stitch machine to do LAND-specific stitching at the opening, and a special print in conjunction with exhibition will be released with Poster Child Prints on the opening night as well! 

    Exhibition and pop-up shop runs January 31 - February 21, 2015
    Shop hours will be Weds - Sun, noon-8pm
    email for inquiries or image requests or call 512.879.4742

    Opening reception: January 31, 2015 (7-10pm)
    Space 15 Twenty / 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd. / Los Angeles, CA 90028 

    More about the artists:
    Caleb Owen Everitt & Ryan Rhodes represent LAND. They are both native Texans; Everitt (born in Conroe, 1982) and Rhodes (born in Corsicana, 1979) have exhibited art in the US and abroad. Their work has been profiled in many modern publications and employes the ancient technique of wabi-sabi. They currently reside and make art in Austin, Texas.