A 48-minute indie documentary about the West Coast end of the lowbrow art spectrum. The Lowdown on Lowbrow (Fountain Prods./Marcus Rogers, 48 mins) covers lowbrow/pop-surrealism and street art on the West Coast of the USA from the 1930s to the present, and has a trailer here. It’s already been premiered on Bravo in the USA, and had a release party last Friday.

As the art critic of the San Franciso Bay Guardian said, just before Christmas…

“Lately, it seems all artists working in California are eager to splash the pop-surrealism scene with their own brand of a dime-store acrylic Wonderland.”

Interesting; not “most” or “many”, but… all.