ART TODAY 10.18.17: Meet Seco! He is 34″ tall and made from random objects, created by master Robot builder David Lipso – see his work at “The Pink Show,” Castelli Art Space on November 30th

by | Oct 18, 2017 | Art, Art Shows, Art Today, Galleries

Seco’s chest is a vintage circuit tester with Bakelight dials. Circa 1940’s. Other parts include motorcycle turn signals, track lights, auto emblems, bicycle parts, plumbing supplies, springs, corn on the cob holders, and electric fan parts.

David Lipson
David Lipson assembles one of a kind robots from random objects. He studied oil painting at the Art Students League of New York, and the National Academy of Design. His robots have been featured in museums, galleries, books, and on television. Previously, David spent 17 years as a producer of animation for film and television. His website is

The Pink Show at Castelli Art Space
November 30 – December 3
5428 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90016
For show information contact [email protected]

The PINK show artists include:
Aron Wiesenfeld
Ashley Wood
Andrea Bogdan
Bill Barminski
Bradford J. Salamon
Chris Reccardi
David Lipson
David Buckingham
Dave Cooper
David Sharpe
Escoto + Carrara
Gig Depio
Glenn Barr
Gordon Smedt
Jenniffer Pochinski
John Brosio
Jorge Pinzón Casasbuenas
Loic Zimmermann
Mark English
Michael Flechtner
Noah Becker
Pablo Llana
Pat Riot
Rafael Serrano
Robert Soffian
Sean Cheetham
Seonna Hong
Shepard Fairey
Steven Skollar
William Wray
Wyatt Mills

Castelli Art Space is a different sort of gallery. There, Fred Goldstein and Iglesias believe that they have a space that serves artists in Los Angeles to present their artwork outside of the normal gallery ethos. Whereas traditional galleries will take a 50/50 or 60/40 commission, artists retain 100% of their sales when they rent the art space. If the artist works with a curator, the commission is usually an 80/20 or 70/30 split, which enables the artists to earn more, so they can continue to create without restrictions.