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How We Roll - CAAM In The Courtyard
Through May 1, 2011

Celebrating the cultural contributions of surf and skate boarders of color - seven site specific installations by artists Pep Williams (exterior windows), Attiba Jefferson, Brett Cook, Keith "K-dub" Williams, Leon Dockery, Chris Pastras, and Alex "Duce" Rodriquez.

How We Roll (CAAM in the Courtyard) is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. The Friends Foundation also acknowledges that this project is supported in part by a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles. Thank you Home Depot, Skateboard Lockers and Bryan Ridgeway for exhibition and program support.

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Photo Gallery

Bret Cook, "Soulrider", 2010
Pen and Ink, Cardboard, Surfboard, Lights
(with painting assistance from Chris Wessman)

Alex "Duce" Rodriguez
"Caveman Off of 16 Stairs or No Comply to Tre-Flip", 2010
Wood and spray paint (with painting assistance from PRONE)

Chris Pastras, "Brooklyn Bridge Tower", 2010
Acrylic mural incorporates video trailer footage from the documentary "Deathbowl to Downtown", by Coan Nichols and Rick Charnoski (with painting assistance from Chris Wessman)

Leon Dockery, "Untitled", 2010
Carved wood sculpture

Atiba Jefferson, Photographer
Photographs, CA Various Dates, Digital images

Keith "K-Dub" Williams
"Spirit & Folks Along the Way", 2010
Mixed Media on 150+ Wood Skateboards

Pep Williams, Photographer, 2010
Various color photographs of skate boarders

CAAM Courtyard