July 19th, Mouche Gallery of Beverly Hills, is bringing together Art, Fashion, and Music, with an exclusive look at Arno Elias’ “Escape with Me” collection, a Fashion Show by Maggie Coulombe, and a special guest appearance by the legendary Stephen Verona.Find out more »
Keiko Noah of Mouche Gallery, Beverly Hills Presents
A Special Evening : Robert Knight + Friends Book Signing and Exhibition
Iconic Photographer Robert Knight Will Sign Copies of His New Book
Slash: An Intimate Portrait
With Proceeds From Sales To Benefit Music Unites.
The “Celebration of Art + Music” was the perfect intimate vibe for Miguel who Adorned a group of intimate friends with a special installation by Cheryl Fox of never seen before performing art images with the perfect blend of art ideal for MIGUEL. The images featured Miguel, Madonna, Diddy, Usher, Jay Z, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Kanye West and many more.Find out more »
Keiko Noah Maestro at Mouche Gallery, invites you to get sucked into the vortex of the award winning viral video sensation “I Fink U Freeky” world of Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord at Mouche Gallery. Installation opens on April 26, 2013 during the Paris Photo LA 2013. The primitive, provocative paintings and drawings at the core of the composition of these exquisite photographs pose center stage and take on a life of their own at this installation at Mouche Gallery.Find out more »
Keiko Noah, Maestro at Mouche Gallery, Beverly Hills, invites you to attend Terry O’Neill’s exhibition celebrating 50 years of the worlds most iconic photographs and “The Opus” his new book.Find out more »
Keiko Noah, Maestro at Mouche Gallery invites you to experience William Sweetlove’s ExhibitionFind out more »
Join us for a celebration of the publication of Robin Morgan and Ariel Leve’s new book, 1963: The Year of the Revolution. Special Exhibition includes photography by Terry O’Neill, David Montgomery, Elliott Landy, Stephen Verona & Robert Knight.
Original Art by Sean D’anconia, Ryan Graeff & Mindy Linkous.
Mouche Gallery and OBJEKT© International present a private pre-oscar soiree, The Oscars by Terry O’Neill. Thank you for attending our celebration and making the evening very special. It was great to see old friends and meet new ones! Great having Bernie Taupin & Ronn Moss help with our Terry O’Neill Interview (Clip coming soon by Pat Lascu). Also, our fabulous artists who attended; Michael Moebius, Stephen Verona, & Kiro Urdin. Thank you to my Mouche Crew – Brendon Karpel, Tatiana…Find out more »
On February 6th, famed rock and roll photographer Lynn Goldsmith will be at Mouche Gallery promoting the release of her new book, Rock and Roll Stories. Music and photography lovers will be in for a treat as Lynn Goldsmith exhibits her limited edition prints, shares her tales from the stars and signs copies of her new book.Find out more »
Los Angeles Confidential magazine toasted the 86th annual #Oscars with Best Supporting Actor nominee and Spring issue cover star Jared Leto at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills. Joining the star-studded crowd, which included Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer and Entourage and Mr Selfridge star Jeremy Piven, was renowned photographer Terry O’Neill, feting his partnership with the SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Guests enjoyed Moët & Chandon Champagne, cocktails by Belvedere Vodka, primping sessions and gifting from Smashbox Cosmetics, and evian throughout the evening.http://ow.ly/u8qEZ #LACOscarsAtSLSFind out more »
Keiko Noah, Maestro at Mouche Gallery, Beverly Hills, presents “When We Were Young” – by Douglas + Francoise Kirkland. A delicious glimpse into a reflection of a young couple falling in love in a lost era – a photo time capsule- this is the story of A Ménage à Trois … Douglas, Francoise, and the Camera… “The Olympus Pen Camera was very important to me. It takes pictures half the size of a traditional 35mm camera but allows you to…Find out more »
Keiko Noah, Maestro at Mouche Gallery, Beverly Hills, with Aston Martin of Beverly Hills and Bombay Sapphire Gin presents “Dis-Ease” – by Billy Morrison. Billy Morrison is one of the few rockers who can truly say he made it all the way to the top from the very bottom. 20 years ago, Billy was homeless and close to death. Today he is on the road with Billy Idol in support of the new Idol album (on which he co-wrote a…Find out more »
In 1969, Rolling Stone magazine published an issue that would be largely dedicated to ‘The Groupies: And Other Girls.’ This issue would become a milestone moment for still new culture magazine and would launch the women featured as cause celebres. These women were hanging around with some of the greatest gods of music – Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead. They became the musician’s muses. They were assistants, stylists, pr’s,…Find out more »
View Works On October 25 and 26, 1975, Elton John – the world’s biggest pop star – performed two sold-out shows in California’s Dodger Stadium. It would be the largest rock concert of its time and the first time a music act performed at the ballpark since The Beatles in 1966. In 1975, Elton John released Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy , the first ever album to debut straight at number one on the Billboard charts. A few days before the concert,…Find out more »
Artist Tom Everhart Exhibits His Schulz-influenced paintings for the first time in Black – and – White. Los Angeles, CA – January 2016 –Artist Tom Everhart, world renowned for his Charles Schulz influenced paintings and widely known for his color pieces, will debut his first ever, rare Black & White exhibition called Raw: Black and White Works From 1998 – 2016 just one night before the Oscars. . Tom Everhart’s Schulz influenced body of work has been in progress for twenty-seven years…Find out more »
Keiko Noah, Maestro at Mouche Gallery, Beverly Hills, presents “Beyond the Lens” – by Douglas Kirkland.Find out more »
MOUCHE GALLERY presents Picturing Prince: Photographs by Steve Parke, a collection of intimate prints to coincide with the recent launch of Parke’s acclaimed photobook. The exhibition will reveal the unique collaboration between artist and art director and the 13 years they spent together, while showing Prince’s flamboyant persona, culminated in an image of gender fluidity and sexual expression. Prince and Parke met in the late 80s at the artist’s renowned private estate and recording studio, Paisley Park, which was a…Find out more »