ONe Pink MOtherfucker by William Wray

Another phenomenon the sticker has brought to light is the trendy and CONSPICUOUSLY CONSUMPTIVE nature of many members of society. For those who have been surrounded by the sticker, its familiarity and cultural resonance are comforting and owning a sticker provides a souvenir or keepsake, a memento. Read More →

Pink Pop up Show logo by William Wray

Every now and then, something novel, fresh, and whimsical comes along – Something born out of the grass roots demands of the few, and the multitudes. Artists are poised… tools in hand, ready to capture this moment in history. We all know there is an explosion of new artwork and new art forms. The Pink pop-up Show articulates this awareness. Read More →

My Gun is Pink by William Wray

Can we retire a conflict of art ideals that’s not particularly worth upholding after all these years? It would seem like an art Gallery might be that place to start to let go of old beefs. That’s usually where we go with the stated intension to relax and enjoy a day or night out anyway, recharge the art batteries and be inspired. Read More →

Pinkman by William Wray

H/I Art Advisory works to connect artists with collectors and organizations that help to further their career. Though we are based in Los Angeles, we partner with foundations and organizations on a global level to increase the visibility of artists whose careers have been outside of the institutional norm, thereby helping to redefine the manner by which new art is accepted and shown.” Read More →

PINK Pop up Show, Los Angeles

We get a little queasy thinking that while hanging the show, we may find some art complimenting each other by happy accident, or be stuck in a retina-straining house of horrors full of art pieces abstractly at war. Either way, we like the tension of the merry go round of possibilities. Read More →