This past weekend, the Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles opened their pop up show called What’s Up Danger? established as an artistic tribute to the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. If you are a fervent collector of Spider-Man art, whether it be the pages of the comic, commissioned artwork, or specialized hand-crafted originals inspired by the character you owe it to yourself to attend this incredible show.
The Nucleus Gallery, curated by Josh McKenzie, is one of the premiere locations in Los Angeles for showcasing artwork inspired by pop culture, video games, comics, movies and all the properties we all love. Just to get things started, they had several of the lead concept artists from the film, who provided artwork for the amazing concept art book, there to sign books, sell prints of new work, talk to our show about their concept art.
So, what you’ll be hearing on this show are my interviews with the curator of the event, Josh McKenzie along with some of the artists who provided work.
You can attend the Gallery Nucleus at:
210 East Main St.
Alhambra, CA 91801
Tuesday-Sunday 12:00PM – 8:00PM
This episode was edited by Rick Coste.
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