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Scott Aicher & Iris Berry

Paintings and Poetry... Cornelius Projects presents Scott Aicher and Iris Berry.

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LAUNCH PARTY POSTPONED GALLERY VISITS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

THE ART OF AICHER: An Exhibition of Paintings by Scott Aicher
April 5–May 24, 2020

Launch party with Iris Berry author of All That Shines Under the Hollywood Sign 
Was schedule for April 5th, the launch party only has bee postponed until further notice. Gallery open by appointments only

Cornelius Projects in San Pedro exhibits the incredible world, really, inhabited by the paintings of Scott Aicher, as they host a Sunday afternoon launch party for Scott's work and poet Iris Berry’s new book, All That Shines Under the Hollywood Sign, (Punk Hostage Press), which is illustrated by Scott's paintings. The opening will include a readings from punk luminaries Keith Morris (OFF!, The Circle Jerks) and Jack Grisham (T.S.O.L.) and Annette Zilinskas (The Bangles), S. A. Griffin (Poet), and Gary Jacobelly (musician, poet and author).

Scott Aicher's work has been shaped by San Pedro’s punk scene, underground comics, psychedelic art, and skate and custom car culture. He has produced flyers for local bands, album covers, and surf wear. A practitioner of the weird, strange, and beautiful, Scott produces canvases featuring monsters, dystopian landscapes, guitars, fishing cats, surfing dogs, the grim reaper, hot pink hillbillies, and scantily clad woman, all executed in bright florescent colors. Cornelius Projects says, "Prepare to have your eyes pop!"
 

Aicher

Iris Berry, notes the noted Falling James "has always been fascinated by the reality of modern-day Hollywood and its glittery history as Tinseltown, and in her new collection of poetry, All That Shines Under the Hollywood Sign, the two worlds collide." Her book is illustrated by Scott's paintings and Falling James says "Berry’s portraits of vanishing and changing Southern California are infused with a rueful punk-rock perspective." It's true. 

Iris Berry


Essential Info
THE ART OF AICHER: An Exhibition of Paintings by Scott Aicher
April 5–May 24, 2020
By appointment only until further notice

Scott Aicher website
Iris Berry's Punk Hostage Press

CORNELIUS PROJECTS
1417 South Pacific Avenue
San Pedro, California 90731
(310) 266-9216
corneliusprojects.com

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