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Virtual Exhibit: ONCH's Sweet 16, Tina Yu and Hikari Shimoda at Corey Helford Gallery

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Corey Helford Gallery is open virtually. The virtual gallery exhibits feature artworks form Hikari Shimoda, Tina Yu and a group show of wearable art co-curated by ONCH. Click through below to see a sample of the art and visit the virtual exhibit at the bottom of the page..

Bennett Slater | Better Together
Bennett Slater | Better Together
Simone Legno of tokidoki | Feed Me
Simone Legno of tokidoki | Feed Me
ONCH | Whipped Cream Ring
ONCH | Whipped Cream Ring
ONCH | Pretzel
ONCH | Pretzel
ONCH | Meat Necklace
ONCH | Meat Necklace
ONCH | Ice Cream
ONCH | Ice Cream
ONCH | Elements
ONCH | Elements
ONCH | Egg Mask Portrait
ONCH | Egg Mask Portrait
ONCH | Beetles
ONCH | Beetles
Nicki Minaj and ONCH | Jewelry
Nicki Minaj and ONCH | Jewelry
Kristen Liu-Wong | The Sugar Rush
Kristen Liu-Wong | The Sugar Rush
Ewa Pronczuk Kuziak | Beetle Sweet
Ewa Pronczuk Kuziak | Beetle Sweet
Dewi Plass | The Road to Happiness
Dewi Plass | The Road to Happiness
Brandi Milne | Happy Sweet Sequester Days
Brandi Milne | Happy Sweet Sequester Days


About the Show
ONCH’s Sweet 16 Group Show features new works from over 40 artists inspired by Onch, including works from his celebrity friends (including Paris HiltonPerez HiltonTori Spelling, and Matt Bennett); plus some of Onch’s most popular jewelry will be on display (such as the Rainbow Ice Cream Cone necklace, famously rocked by Nicki Minaj to accept her VMA for Best Rapper of the Year, and the Lady Gaga-inspired "Meat-Lace" meat necklace which has been featured by the New York PostLos Angeles TimesHuffington PostIn Touch Magazine, and Ripley’s Believe It or Not).
 

Presented by: Corey Helford Gallery
Shot by: Birdman Photos


About the Gallery
Corey Helford Gallery represents a diverse collection of international artists, primarily influenced by today’s pop culture and collectively encompassing style genres such as New Figurative Art, Pop Surrealism, Neo Pop, Graffiti and Street Art, and Post-Graffiti. 

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