Artist Timoi Will Showcase Los Angeles Artists at Her First Annual Holiday Pop Up Art Gallery

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A collection of works will be sold to entice art collectors, whom have yet to discover the artists that have made the Los Angeles graffiti and contemporary art scene.

One of L.A.’s first female graffiti artists will host a pop up art holiday and shopping event at Space 23, on December 6th, 2013. Timoi says, “I want everyone to experience art in an environment where it is family friendly, and where everyone, including L.A. collectors, can see some of the most talented artists of our city. The pop up will be a holiday shopping event where anyone can purchase affordable, to more expensive art pieces. Art is an investment and grows in value, it makes a great gift for anyone.”

Timoi has invited Isabella Gottlieb, David Bianchi, Eriberto Oriol, Hex TGO, Atomik, Seth Williams, Magda Audifred, Dirt Cobain, and Proto1 to show at the event. The pop up will include a collaborative mural painting with celebrated artist, Melly Trochez. The collective of artists have presented works on canvas and walls both in L.A. and abroad. Timoi says, “Melly Trochez’s work speaks for itself. It is beautiful and inspires peace.”

There will be music by DJ Hallucin8 & DJ Grip "Grand Official." The event will be sponsored by Pop Water.

Timoi is an acronym for "Trapped In My Own Imagination." Praised as one of the first female pioneers of the LA graffiti art scene, Timoi has created motley and memorable characters in her work. Many have attempted to emulate the style of her work. Her characters in the dreamt up Killer Calo Series tell the story the artist’s underlying themes. Timoi's work enlightens and entertains. Furthermore, it explores the spiritual aspects of finding out whom we are and where we come from as humans. Timoi’s storytelling mediums ignite the minds of viewers to see something beyond themselves.

Space 23 is not a gallery. It is a ground level experience dedicated to all forms of creativity and creative expression. In art, everyone is created equal, and Space Twenty 23 does not pursue the velvet rope culture. Space 23 is for the creative person. The space asks that anyone who enters the door comes as they are and opens themselves up to the experience. In addition to being an open space, it is also the home of's, Marketing Division.

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Christina Anastasiou
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