June 7, 2018
One of the key Los Angeles artists to emerge in the 1990s, Dave Muller established his reputation by independently and anonymously posting hand-painted watercolors publicizing local gallery exhibitions of artists he admired. The designs for these commemorative works were both tributes and sly commentaries, often adding art historical contexts and elaborations to the art being espoused.
October 17, 2014
Peter Loughrey, Director of Modern Fine Art & Design, picks his top four unsold investment pieces that are ready, waiting, and available for purchase, including work by Joe Goode, Dave Muller, Sam Maloof, and Roy McMakin. Better than money in the bank, these four pieces will definitely go up in value.
September 17, 2014
Los Angeles-based curator, DJ, and artist Dave Muller (b. 1964) is best known for acrylic-and-ink works on paper that explore the transformative nature of our experience of art and artists with irony and humor. LAMA is pleased to present I Couldn’t Find a Single Pedestal Chair at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien (1996)—a work that demonstrates Muller’s interest in art, history, and culture, mediated with his prototypical sense of humor—in the October 12, 2014 Modern Art & Design Auction.