Chad Muska's "Deconstructionism"Art Exhibit Opening at Flat425

The pro-skateboarder-turned-artist invites you to view his latest works this Saturday!

Events // Virginia Ibarra // 09/07/12
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By Virginia Ibarra
By Virginia Ibarra
By Virginia Ibarra
By Virginia Ibarra
Chad Muska in his studio, Flat425...

Most people throw away their old bills and broken cellphones, but for pro-skater and Artist Chad Muska, these items are a chance to create a piece of art. Shredding those old bills and applying them on canvas or simply painting his old iPhones with florescent pink stripes, Muska finds a way to relive the dull items and give them a beautifully re-purposed life. His exhibit, Deconstructionism, features 18 mixed-media pieces made from materials such as cement, silkscreen cutouts, shredded bills among other materials soaked in resin and placed on canvas. "The idea is basically to take the things that build up or accumulate throughout your life," says Muska,"Mostly ugly or negative things, destroy them and recreate them into something beautiful."

Muska's new collection, "Deconstructionism", will finally be available for the public to view this Saturday at his studio, FLAT 425, and you are invited!

Chad Muska's "Deconstructionism" Art Exhibit Opening
Saturday, September 8th from 2 pm to 10pm
Flat 425
425 S. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA, 90048

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