Weekend Pacifists @ Subliminal Projects

The curating cohorts at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects have assemble art works – Weekend Pacifists – by Andy Jenkins, Michael Myers, Chris Pastras, Russ Pope and Michael Sieben whose modern lives and works infuses and overlaps the skateboarding and low-fi art world throughout the better part of the last two decades. Andy Jenkins, Michael Myers, Chris Pastras, Russ Pope and Michael Sieben’s work embodies whimsy and social politics as united voices of an unique generation.

Weekend Pacifists exhibit opens on Saturday, August 22 at Subliminal Projects at 8pm to 11pm. Subliminal Projects is located @ 1331 W. Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California [90026] @ 213.213.078.

Weekend Pacifists opens on Saturday, August 22 through Saturday, September 19 @ Subliminal Projects. And here are the artists’ interpretations of their Weekend Pacifists entitlement:

Andy Jenkins: I work a regular schedule during the week and it’s anything but passive. On the weekend I become passive, as my personal work steers me around by the hands.

Michael Myers: To me, the ‘Weekend Pacifists’ is about the feeling of hope and renewal that happens weekend after weekend. The weekend pacifist is about comaraderie, spirituality, gratefulness, and the quest for being content in the now and for the week ahead.

Chris Pastras: I’m a pacifist who loves the weekend, so I guess I fit the bill pretty well.

Russ Pope: Weekend Pacifists? Pacified by the weekend on a weekly basis. Good Stuff. Living everyday like it’s a weekend, not saving the good times for two days a week.

Michael Sieben: Weekend Warriors is an album by Ted Nugent that was released in 1978. It’s also a term used to describe people who follow their passions on the weekend. The phrase ‘Weekend Pacifists’ describes an individual who is dedicated to their passion full time thus leaving the weekend open to relaxing or taking a break from the war. Hopefully that doesn’t sound too pretentious

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