The opening party on July 8 will also have live performances by Bradford, DJ Darren Rademaker and Forbidden Trim Bank. Sea Sick in Paradise explores the longstanding relationship between surfing and art making, particularly highlighting work made in Southern California. With an emphasis on diversity and environmental concern, the exhibition traces evolving surf culture in the 21st Century through a variety of vantage points. The multiplicity of work, artists, and surfers in the exhibition strives to demonstrate the divergence of experience, concerns, identity, culture, and generation, attesting to the draw of the ocean.
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