Visiting the Bluths at Gallery 1988

Arrested Development is one of those cult shows that I can actually say I loved from the beginning (as opposed to jumping on the bandwagon years after it went of the air. *cough* freaks and geeks *cough). So when I heard that Gallery 1988 was holding an exhibit of artwork inspired by the show called There’s Always Money In the Banana Stand I know I had to be there.

Gallery 1988 is an awesome art space dedicated to pop culture. They hold multiple shows that are based around various themes. Some of their past shows have been dedicated to Bill Murray, Alfred Hitchcock, Steve Martin, and John Hughes. If you love television and film, chances are they’ll have an exhibit that’s right up your alley.

Since the Bluths are my cup of tea I made a point of visiting them. I was not disappointed. There are some talented artists out there! Wandering through the exhibit gave me a case of the giggles and all I wanted to do was run home and watch my dvd’s. Here are a few of my favorite pieces.

Oh Buster, Lucille, George Michael, Gob, Lindsay, Maeby, Tobias, George Sr., and Michael I’ve missed you! I can’t wait til Season 4 and the movie!

If you want to see the exhibit you’ll have to hurry, it only runs through Saturday July 21st. But if you do miss it, I’m sure Gallery 1988 will have an upcoming exhibit that’s just as awesome.

Gallery 1988 Los Angeles
7020 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
open Wed-Sun 11am-6pm

addition location:

* There’s Money In the Banana Stand is only showing at the Los Angeles Location

Gallery 1988 Venice
214 Pier Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405
open Wed-Sun 11am-6pm

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