Moby Arts announces its pop-up opening at Fathom Gallery, a new art venture makes its debut with "ICON" a pop-up show at 110 East 9th Street Los Angeles California 90079, featuring one Pop-Noir artist Black Brain benefiting Artist For Trauma. Many of the works are Pop Icon inspired pieces the colors are explosive.
The Fathom gallery will be opening on Saturday, March 24th with a reception from 7:00 to 12:00 pm, rsvp HERE
The exhibit will remain for viewing for the month of April at Fathom Gallery. Gallery hours: Monday - Saturday noon to 7:00 pm and by appointment.
Join us for a night of mixology drinks, music and Fine Art.
Moby Arts is a fine art print house that focuses on bringing ground-breaking artists and charities together for worthy causes.
AFT partners with local to international non- profits, trauma hospitals, businesses, post acute rehabilitation facilities, military resource organizations, community based trauma support centers and support groups, individual trauma survivors, and local to internationally established artists to best provide AFT’s adaptive, empowering and creative, healing environments.
BlackBrain is a pop-noir artist disrupting beauty and thought. He whips ink like Dexter does blood. His gifted, art psyche develops stories that bring color to the mundane, dialogue to the mute and personality to the dull. His work is a voice for the transitional generation.
Dominican born Ariel Vergez, the mind of BlackBrain, was raised in Miami, Florida. Inspired by the heroes of his youth including Dali & DaVinci he pursued art at an early age which led to getting accepted into one of the nation’s best art and design based high schools and universities, Design and Architecture Senior High and the Cleveland Institute of art respectively.
Since then BlackBrain has joined forced with philanthropic groups and other artists, directors, writers, and community builders to pursue changing the world through art.
We hope that art lovers of all stripes will take the time to view works by the talented artist BlackBrain we have featured on our web site and come to our pop-up shows. Also, share with us what you've seen and liked by writing on our blog, following us on Facebook or tweeting with us.