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Karl Hab presents 24H LOS ANGELES



Opening and Book Signing: April 20 2016, 7-10 pm
Exhibition Runs: April 21 – May 8th, 2016
Location: HVW8 Gallery, Los Angeles

24 hours Los Angeles is not a book and exhibition about the city of L.A. It’s a unique vision of one city shown through the eyes of young photographer Karl Hab. After many trips to L.A., Karl wanted to share his love and admiration for this town and what it means to him. During those various experienc- es in the City of Angels, he tried to capture a certain essence of this city from a different point of view, especially using aerial shots.

There is a special feeling when you come to L.A. and it starts when you exit the airport. It’s something so special that it’s hard to explain with words, especially when it comes to the beauty and the buzz of this city – which is why Karl used his lens to express himself.

The photos are organized by chronological order – starting with the beginning of the day and its cold tones to its end with the warm ones – showing the city through many angles and many shades.

The book and exhibition is about a single vision, a unique feeling of a city which changes every day. This is why Karl’s photos re ect the sensitivity of the light, the colorimetry of the landscapes and a topic he holds dear: colors, planes, cars, and many more.

After reading and viewing 24 hours Los Angeles, you may see something different in a city you thought you knew so well before.

The introduction of the book is written by the New York based artist Daniel Arsham.

There are no page numbers, but hours corresponding to these times: morning, noon, afternoon and evening. You’ll also find GPS coordinates that represent the captions.

HVW8 Gallery Los Angeles
661 N. Spaulding Ave, 90036

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Jerry Hsu at HVW8 Berlin, April 29, 2016, 6–9 pm

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‘A Love Like Mine Is Hard To Find’ by Jerry Hsu

The LA-based photographer with his first ever solo exhibition in Germany at HVW8 Gallery, Berlin in collaboration with Slow Culture LA.

Opening: April 29, 2016, 6–9 pm
Exhibition Runs: April 30 – June 4, 2016
Location: HVW8 Gallery, Linienstr. 161, Berlin
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Cody Hudson at HVW8 Berlin extended to March 26th


Cody Hudson ‘When I Finally Get Myself Together’ Now extended to March 26th at HVW8 Berlin.

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Chicago based artist Cody Hudson presents a new body of work in his first ever solo exhibition in Germany at HVW8 Gallery, Berlin.

After years of working on sculptures using a similar set of geometric shapes, this new body of paintings on linen takes those same simple bold shapes into painted forms.  For the first time, this language is brought concurrently into all parts of his practice. Starting with simple geometric shapes and slowly evolving into slightly more representational paintings to abstracted still lifes, the repetition of color and shapes starts to develop an internal dialogue. Titles of paintings such as “All One Or None,” “I Don’t Want To Die Alone” or “Post Post Still Life With Pots, Bong And Shell” loosely reference spirituality and/or false spirituality, 90’s rave music sub-genre ragga jungle, and overwhelming feelings of anxiety.

The show also includes a series of one color paintings from the “Shapes and Colors Dept.” painting series, which focuses on very simple one color combinations of shapes painted in an almost meditative state. At times these paintings take on a repetitive pattern feel while at others becoming almost floral.

A series of new steel sculptures will also be shown as well as four new screen prints produced by the art publisher Draw A Line based in Berlin.

Cody Hudson is a Chicago based artist, also known for his graphic design contributions under the name Struggle Inc. His graphic work and paintings have been exhibited throughout the US, Europe and Japan including the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), V1 (Copenhagen), Hellerau Art Center (Dresden) and Andrew Rafacz (Chicago).

Location: HVW8 Gallery, Linienstr. 161, Berlin

Exhibition Runs: February 12 – March 12, 2016 *Now Extended to March 26th

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Thank you to everyone that came out to Cody Hudson’s opening at HVW8 Berlin. More Photos HERE

The Art of a Political Revolution – Austin Feb. 12th, 2016


Bernie Sanders 2016
“The Art of a Political Revolution”
featuring both artists and musicians
to inspire change throughout the nation.

Featuring a Compilation of Acclaimed Artistic Works
Inspired by the Political Landscape

Opening Reception in Austin, TX
Friday, February 12th from 7:00pm – 11:00pm

Group Show Runs from
Saturday, February 13 – Sunday, February 14
Daily from 12:00pm – 6:00pm

Future exhibitions and locations include:
Boston, MA and New York, NY

Bernie Sanders 2016 with HVW8 Art + Design Gallery and Creative Cabal have united to launch a national group art exhibition which will open and kick off in Hyde Park focused around critical issues affecting our country. An opening reception at 4115 Guadalupe St., Austin, TX 78751 will launch “The Art of a Political Revolution” in conjunction with the official Bernie Sanders 2016 campaign on Friday, February 12 with an opening reception from 7:00pm – 11:00pm.

Participating artists include: Aaron Draplin, Amanda Marsalis, Atiba Jefferson, Brian Lotti, Bryan Blue, Byron O’Neill, Charlie Becker, CLAW MONEY, Cody Hudson, Dan Buller, Dave Kloc, Donny Miller, Dug Nap, Dylan Fant, Ellen Voorheis, Erin Garcia, Greg Auerbach, Hayley Starr, Heidi Hartwig, Jackson Tupper, Jamal Gunn Becker, Jeremyville, Jermaine Rogers, Josh Maupin, Kozyndan, Michael Vincent Laviolette, Mtendere Mandowa ‘Teebs’, Nathan Bell, Patrick Martinez, Richard J. Oliver, Ron English, Saelee Oh, Obey Giant, Steven Arroyo, Sven Barth, Tyler Benjamin Gibney, Zoetica Ebb.

Music by following artists: Ernest Gonzales, DJ Dangit, Black Spade, DJ Jester the Filipino Fist, DJ Manny, soundfounder, DJ No Kid$, DJ Chicken George, Matt Sonzala.

Kicking off in Los Angeles earlier this year, “The Art of a Political Revolution” is a touring exhibition featuring both artists and musicians seeking to inspire change throughout the nation. Future exhibitions and locations include: Boston on February 19 – 21 and New York City, NY, February 24 – 28 2016.

Senator Sanders has started what he calls a “political revolution,” driving one of the most successful grassroots political campaigns of our time. As Sanders continues to force the debate on critical issues affecting all Americans, artists are sure to play a crucial role in getting people to engage, learn and become inspired. Income inequality, climate change, racial justice, immigration, and affordable education, are just some of the hot button issues that serve as the inspiration for these works from both international and locally acclaimed artists included in the show. Limited prints of artwork will be sold at the exhibition, the proceeds of which will be donated to Bernie Sanders 2016. Artist Jermaine Rogers will be present to sign limited edition prints from 8-9 pm.

The Art of a Political Revolution – Artists for Bernie Sanders
Friday, February 12 from 7:00pm – 11:00pm

Open Daily – Free Admission
Saturday, February 13th – Sunday, February 14 2016
12:00pm – 6:00pm

4115 Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX 78751

For Media Inquiries Contact:
Jennifer Gross / Julia Axelrod
Evolutionary Media Group
323.658.8700 (o) / 323.646.8412 (c) /



Opening: February 11, 2016, 6 – 9pm

Location: HVW8 Gallery, Linienstr. 161, Berlin



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