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Works By Jason Rodman
“SORRY ‘BOUT THAT"
EXHIBIT A
APRIL - MAY 2016
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Founded in 2013, Jason Rodman’s Sin Amor is the vehicle used to communicate the disinterest in their world and the frequently hypocritical order of ours. We repent and sin some more.
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Thank You Gallery is a contemporary art space located in Norfolk, Virginia. At Thank You, we are dedicated to representing emerging & established artists of local, national and international recognition. Inside the Thank You Gift Shop, we aim to provide customers with a hand curated selection of unique products, sure to fill the void for classic, modern and unique design items. We offer a myriad of rotating goods, from print media and records, to art books and collector’s items from our featured artists.
Thank You Gallery is a contemporary art space located in Norfolk, Virginia. At Thank You, we are dedicated to representing emerging & established artists of local, national and international recognition. Inside the Thank You Gift Shop, we aim to provide customers with a hand curated selection of unique products, sure to fill the void for classic, modern and unique design items. We offer a myriad of rotating goods, from print media and records, to art books and collector’s items from our featured artists.
Thursday – Saturday 12:00pm – 7:00pm Sunday by appointment only. 430 West 24th Street Norfolk, Virginia 23517
info@thankyougallery.com
Thursday – Saturday 12:00pm – 7:00pm Sunday by appointment only. 430 West 24th Street Norfolk, Virginia 23517
GIFT SHOP
Works by Avi Gold
EXHIBIT B
“THANKS FOR NOTHIN"
Book Release By Wilfred Limonious
EXHIBIT C
“IN FINE STYLE"
Works By Bryan Woddland
"SMILES"
EXHIBIT D
“THANK YOU FOR NOTHIN"
Having grown up in the 90s, Avi Friedman, better known as Avi Gold, took an interest in street culture having been influenced by his older brother, spending time in downtown Toronto and travelling through Europe. It was the exposure to a broad variety of sources such as magazines, mixtapes, skateboarding videos, and rap videos that opened his eyes to a whole other world of existence. His interest in these things lead him to other channels such as sneakers, graffiti, apparel, vinyl records, etc... In the early 2000s, Avi Gold helped launch an online publication with a group of friends that was well ahead of its time. It allowed him to connect with a variety of interesting artists, photographers, skaters, and musicians between Toronto and New York. Moving on from there, Avi was instrumental in building Sneeze Magazine, a large format publication based in Vancouver and New York. Currently, Avi Gold resides in Toronto and serves as a creative consultant on various projects all while creating his own products.
Works By Avi Gold
MAY - JUNE 2016
Having grown up in the 90s, Avi Friedman, better known as Avi Gold, took an interest in street culture having been influenced by his older brother, spending time in downtown Toronto and travelling through Europe. It was the exposure to a broad variety of sources such as magazines, mixtapes, skateboarding videos, and rap videos that opened his eyes to a whole other world of existence. His interest in these things lead him to other channels such as sneakers, graffiti, apparel, vinyl records, etc... In the early 2000s, Avi Gold helped launch an online publication with a group of friends that was well ahead of its time. It allowed him to connect with a variety of interesting artists, photographers, skaters, and musicians between Toronto and New York. Moving on from there, Avi was instrumental in building Sneeze Magazine, a large format publication based in Vancouver and New York. Currently, Avi Gold resides in Toronto and serves as a creative consultant on various projects all while creating his own products.
AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 2016
Wilfred Limonious (1949–99) was one of Jamaica’s most prolific graphic artists, producing a significant body of work for the island's music industry as well as working as a cartoonist for the national newspapers. This exhibition celebrates a true Jamaican folk artist; a humble man who produced vibrant, hilarious and often outrageous art, but behind the pen was a quiet loner who simply loved to draw. Wilfred Limonious began his career producing comic strips for the Jamaican daily newspaper, The Star, with cartoon characters such as Amos and Chicken becoming particularly popular. During the 1970s he worked as in-house illustrator for Jamaica’s national literacy programme, JAMAL (Jamaican Movement for the Advancement of Literacy), before going on to produce a huge body of work for the Jamaican music industry, illustrating hundreds of LP jackets and record centres for labels such as Jammy’s, Power House, Studio One, Techniques, Ujama and Midnight Rock. Despite being widely recognised among reggae and dancehall circles, Limonious’ illustrations are relatively unknown in the wider art world.
Works By Bryan Woodland
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2016
Portraits and installation by Bryan Woodland
“SMILES"
Portraits and installation by Bryan Woodland
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2016