Steve Aoki kicked off his Mementos exhibit on Wednesday, March 12th at L.A. event space Scion A/V Installation, showcasing ten years of art he collected from his appreciative fans as he toured the world.

The GRAMMY-nominated DJ and owner of Dim Mak Records created the exhibit to show off the bevy of gifts he has received over the past decade from his loyal following including paintings, drawings, sculptures and more. Also contributing to the gallery are L.A.-based art duo devNgosha who created signed limited edition prints from the evening’s signature piece, pictured below. Also up for grabs is exclusive Dim Mak merchandise, which will be available in store until Mementos wraps up at the end of the month. All proceeds go to the Steve Aoki Charitable Fund.

steve-aoki-prints-by-devngosha “Everything I do is about the fans. When Scion approached me with the opportunity of a gallery pop-up I thought it would be an amazing chance to showcase the fan-made art that I’ve collected over the years. DevNGosha is another artist that I admire and when they were open to bringing attention to both the fans and raising money for the Steve Aoki Charitable fund, it seemed like a perfect fit.”

 After living in Los Angeles for 12 years Steve Aoki is packing his bags and setting up camp in Las Vegas. He claims that the Scion A/V exhibit “was also a way to clean out my garage, which was full of fan art.”
 Mementos: Ten Years of Fan-Made Artwork will run at Scion AV Installation until March 30th. Take a look at more pictures from the opening via the Dim Mak website and see the flyer for the exhibit with more details below.
Guest article by: Kyle Fall

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