About the Artist:

The Art of Chase is known for his quirky and humorous paintings that create disruption in our day to day lives. After moving to Los Angeles from Belgium in the 1990s he began his foray into the street art world on a large scale, seeing a raw city open to creation, offering a new mode of communication through imagery and quirky text. His determination, fueled by his mantra “where there’s a wall, there’s a way,” has given rise to international opportunities and over 350 murals worldwide. The psychedelic, graphic, and positive aesthetic of his work add to the urban landscape, but also seek to create a dialogue between city inhabitants and within ourselves.
 
Chase has worked with CBS, UBER, Pepsi, Vans, Google, Ray-Ban, Snapchat, Katy Perry, KIK, Twitter, Evite, CB2, TOMS Shoes, Flip Skateboards, Dickies, Altamont, Evite, Corona, Vitamin Water, Western Union, GUESS, Variety, Rolling Rock, Aquafina, General Mills, Ministry of Sound, Budweiser, Puma, Levi’s, Scion, Acura, Andaz Hotels, Bloomingdale’s and Palmer Snowboards. He has been featured in Italian Vogue, The Berrics, De Morgen, Wood Magazine, Fox News, and Angeleno Magazine amongst others. Chase's murals have also been featured in sequences in TV shows as Berlin Station, Flaked, and Pure Genius. In June of 2017,  he painted a mural size canvas on Katy Perry's YouTube Live Stream while she was sleeping in the next room. She woke up to a nice surprise while millions watched online.

Chase has supported the following local and international Charities and Foundations: Venice Family Clinic, T.J. Martell Foundation, Waterbomb Charity, EarthWe, Coach Art, Art Buddies, Next Up Foundation, Amnesty International, Keep-a-Breast Foundation, Emergency-USA, Art of Elysium, Pico Youth & Family Center, The Art of Giving Foundation, A Window Between Worlds, My Friend's Place, Ribbon For Japan, MuzArt World Foundation, Charity Folks, BritWeek, LA Youth Network, T B A21, CNS Foundation, International Justice Mission, AIGA, Virginia Ave. Project, Stand-Up For Kids, LAX Art, Children's Community School, Stoked, Life Cell Project, Time For Change Foundation, A+D Museum, Project Angel Food, 200 Restore Project, California Fire Foundation, and SurfAid.

Photo by Courtney McCullough

For info regarding licensing, commissions, releases or available work please contact  theartofchase1@gmail.com

Selected Exhibitions:

2016: 

Solo Shows:

“Happy No Fear” - Stone Malone Gallery, West Hollywood, USA

2015:

Group Shows:

“Outside/In” - Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, USA

2012

Solo Shows:

“The Messenger is a Joker” - White Gloss Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

“Chase” - Momentum, Venice, USA

Group Shows:

“White Canvas” - Supreme Being, London, England

“Salad Days” - R&R Gallery , Los Angeles, USA

“Celebrate” - A+D Museum, Los Angeles, USA

-2 man shows:

"Brothers from Different Mothers" - Galo Gallery, Torino, Italy

2011:

-Solo Shows:

“Chase” - R&R Gallery- Los Angeles, USA

“The Art of Chase ®” - AD+D Gallery, Long Beach, USA

-Group Shows:

“Chase & Friends” - Momentum, Venice, USA

2010:

-Solo Shows:

“Kokoro Power” - Chemistry Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic

“Love Made Visible” - LA Contemporary, Los Angeles, USA

-Group Shows:

“ASA Allstars” - Go Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Project ASA” - Outland Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“3 Apples: 35 Years of Hello Kitty” - Royal T Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

2009:

-Group Shows:

SCOPE art fair - Lincoln Center, New York, USA

“LA Style 2” - LA Contemporary, Los Angeles, USA

-2 man shows:

“Bue and Chase” - Artifex Gallery, Gent, Belgium

 

for further listings available upon request.


February, 2017 // Q & A with Jason Stanton for Los Angeles based JMG Magazine. Photos by Teren Oddo.

February, 2017 // Q & A with Jason Stanton for Los Angeles based JMG Magazine. Photos by Teren Oddo.