We’ve teamed up with Altamont Apparel and Converse to present Julian Klincewicz’s solo exhibition Don’t Call It A Comeback featuring illustrative, sculptural and photographic work by the San Diego-based artist.
Live music by Tropical Popsicle and The Blackouts
Chicago born, San Diego raised, Julian Klincewicz is an active member of San Diego’s skate, art, and music scenes. After forming a friendship with professional skateboarder Zarosh Eggleston at the age of thirteen, Julian was introduced to Transcendent Meditation, a technique which he actively practices, and even led him to be featured in a short documentary about TM, spearheaded by the David Lynch foundation. Amid College Applications, recording his third album, a job as an artist’s assistant to Kelsey Brookes, filming a series of vignettes on VHS (which explore the idea of subtle discomfort), modeling for Hedi Slimane, filming a part for Lurkville Skateboards next skate video, and finishing his senior year of high school, Julian has been busy preparing work for his first solo show, “Don’t call it a Comeback”.
Here’s a vid from Altamont made recently of Julian’s mural at Washington Street in San Diego: