60 Pictures from Gallery 1988’s “The Humorist” A Tribute to Woody Allen

     January 12, 2013

woody-allen-gallery-1988-art-show-slice

If you’re a fan of Woody Allen and live in the Los Angeles area, I strongly suggest heading down to Gallery 1988’s Venice location for their new show “The Humorist.”  The show opened last night and runs until February 2.  Unlike some shows that are mostly screenprints, what’s great about this one is the amount of diversity by the talented artists.  In addition, since Allen has made over forty films, everyone had plenty of choices and I’m glad some of them went with his early work like Sleeper, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask, and Bananas.  Like all Gallery 1988 shows, the artwork will be “dropping” later today on their website.  Since everything is limited, if you see something you like, don’t wait too long to purchase.

Hit the jump to check out sixty pictures from the show.

Finally, here’s a list of some of the artists that did pieces for the show.  I’ll try and pur together a more complete list later today:

Anne Banks, Rezatron, Stanley Chow, Matt Taylor, Anne Banks, Sam Gilbey, Fernando Reza, Anthony Petrie, Graham Erwin, Matt Leunig, Rich Pellegrino, Meghan Stratman, Derek Ead, Jonathan Bergeron, Joey Spiotto, Ridge Rooms, Cuyler Smith, Bob Rissetto, Nick Comparone, Jason Liwag, Miranda Dressler, Rocco Malatesta, Aaron Jasinski, James Gilleard, Matt Owen, Meghan Stratman, Matt Owen, and many more.

click on any image for high-res

Around The Web

Latest News

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: Jesse Eisenberg Goes Full Silicon Valley in New Images

The titular heroes get their brood on while Lex lives it up on his personal basketball court.

Ryan Reynolds Is Unmasked in New DEADPOOL Images

The Merc with a Mouth wasn't always so red.

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DC Entertainment Confirms Tao Okamoto’s Role

She is who you think she is.

Seth Rogen Christmas Comedy X-MAS Now Titled THE NIGHT BEFORE

The new film from '50/50' director Jonathan Levine also stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie.

Christopher McQuarrie Talks MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5, Easter Eggs and More

He also reveals how much CG is in the underwater sequence and if there's a 'Mission: Impossible' bible.

DOCTOR STRANGE: Marvel Eyes Rachel McAdams for Lead Opposite Benedict Cumberbatch

Marvel's magical movie opens November 4, 2016.

Hugh Jackman Teases Final WOLVERINE Movie with New Image

The actor turns to Twitter for story ideas.

Disney’s BOB THE MUSICAL Adds Composer Bret McKenzie, In Talks with Michael Chabon

Tom Cruise is reportedly still circling the lead for director Michel Hazanavicius.

Richard Linklater May Direct Jennifer Lawrence in THE ROSIE PROJECT

The 'Boyhood' filmmaker is the favorite to helm the long-gestating romance, which at one point had Phil Lord and Chris Miller attached.

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE II Revisited: “Who Wants to Be Decent?”

The franchise almost self-destructs in John Woo’s misguided, misogynistic sequel.

Page 1 of 4,06212345...102030...Last »