Steven Harrington Releases Four Mello the Dog Art Toys

Available on June 6 at Seoul’s Amorepacific Museum of Art.

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Los Angeles-based artist Steven Harrington will release four limited edition art toys of his alter ego, Mello the dog. The collectible coincides with his first ever museum solo exhibition, Stay Mello, which is currently on view at Seoul’s Amorepacific Museum of Art.

As the most comprehensive survey on Harrington’s work to date, the show traces his early beginnings as a graduate of Art Center College of Design and his many collaborations in the streetwear world to his imprint in fine art. “A lot of artists are never given the chance to see their work in a museum like this within their lifetime,” Harrington previously told Hypeart. “So it’s a tremendous honor. Overall, working with the team was a really big learning experience in not only how to look at the work, but how to organize it and look at the evolution of the work, while critically seeing the images themselves.”

Entitled Subconscious, each of the four Mello figures come holding a removable painting toy in its hand, which are modeled after life-sized sculptures currently on view at his museum retrospective. The art toys will release in Seoul on June 6 at 1pm at the Amorepacific Museum of Art. Stay Mello is on view until July 14, 2024.

Amorepacific Museum of Art
100 Hangang-daero,
Yongsan District, Seoul, South Korea

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