This Friday, Hero Complex Gallery will begin its new show, “I Am the Law / A Life of Crime”. Per the press release, the gallery is an “art tribute to cops and criminals, authority figures, buddy cop films, cons, prison films, heists, gangsters, gangs, westerns, spies, murders, whodunits, private eyes,” and more. The gallery will feature works based on RoboCop, Taxi Driver, The Killer, Se7en, Dirty Harry, Manhunter, The Wire, and many more.
Hit the jump to check out thirteen of the pieces that will be featured at the show. “I Am the Law / A Life of Crime” will have its opening reception Friday, August 15th from 7-10pm. The additional hours will be Thursday to Sunday, 11am-6pm. Go to Hero Complex Gallery’s Facebook page to RSVP. Online sales will begin Sat. August 16th at approximately 1pm Pacific time here.
Via Hero Complex Gallery.
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