All At Once by Tristan Eaton: 25 years of art and design extended!

Image courtesy of the Long Beach Museum of Art, Artist: Tristan Eaton
Image courtesy of the Long Beach Museum of Art

Tristan eaton All at once: 25 years of art and design extended!

The first solo exhibition by a multidisciplinary artist in a museum on view until October

at the Long Beach Art Museum

JULY 16, 2021 – OCT 31, 2021

Long Beach Art Museum

2300 E boul. Ocean | Long Beach, CA 90803

Thusday. – Sun. 11 am-5pm


$ 12 for general admission | $ 10 for students and seniors |

Free for members and children under 12

Long Beach, CA (September 21, 2021) – Continuing his impressive career step, Tristan Eaton: All at the same time was extended until the end of October. This 25-year retrospective of the LA native’s current work and studio practice turned out to be the perfect summer show, showcasing Eaton’s playful work against the serene Long Beach coastline.

Image courtesy of the Long Beach Museum of Art, Artist: Tristan Eaton
Image courtesy of the Long Beach Museum of Art

People of all ages were drawn to the show, with Eaton fans, budding art lovers and even the ever-popular Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia flocking to the Long Beach Museum of Art for record attendance. ! With such success, the exhibit was extended for an additional month, providing residents of Southern California with many more opportunities to explore the fully loaded exhibit.

The show transitions between guerrilla street art, iconic murals, revolutionary design, and well-defined fine art, offering the viewer an atlas map of Eaton’s illustrious career. As one of the few urban pop artists to demonstrate commercial appeal and artistic ability, Eaton highlights the synergy and creativity that becomes possible when the artistic side and the business side are embraced as cooperative rather than opposing forces. . Like the works of Murakami and KAWS, great art and products occupy the same space, which makes merchandise, public art, and fine art equally relevant.

This historic exhibit comes with not only entertainment, but also community engagement and cultural experience, making it an incredible spectacle not only for the artist and museum, but also for the city of Long Beach. .

As Ronald C. Nelson, the museum’s executive director, says: “We are very happy to extend the exhibition for one more month. We had a record attendance with this show and frankly it will be a very sad day when the show closes. Tristan is an incredible talent and the exhibition perfectly juxtaposes the understated elegant aspects of Eaton’s art with his rebellious side.

All at once remains on view until October 31, providing museum visitors with many more opportunities to fill their day with the colorful wonders of Tristan Eaton.

About Tristan Eaton

At the age of 18, Los Angeles-born artist Tristan Eaton designed his first toy for Fisher-Price and quickly became a driving force in the world of “Art Toys”. After graduating from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Eaton co-founded the legendary KidRobot. Soon after, he founded Thunderdog Studios, a creative agency where his artistic prowess and intuitive business acumen worked hand in hand to build a list of top clients including Nike, Universal and Hublot. In the years that followed, Eaton made a name for himself as one of the greatest international muralists working today. While he established himself and focused on art and creation full time, Tristan Eaton maintained his business acumen which made him so valuable to some of the biggest film franchises. in the world. Eaton secured both the coveted job of making the classic Universal Monsters on the Universal Studios backlot and an elusive licensing deal with Marvel, making him one of the only artists in the world allowed to create and sell works. featuring Marvel characters.

Eaton’s work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) as well as at the Cooper Hewitt Museum and the Long Beach Museum of Art, which hosts a retrospective of his artistic career. For more information, please visit

About the Long Beach Art Museum

Set on a stunning bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Long Beach Museum of Art features a historic mansion and shed, expansive galleries and gardens, beachfront restaurants at Claire’s at the Museum, and an organized gift shop. For more information visit

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