“Come Together” At Andrew Weiss Gallery With RZA, Chuck D, Page Hamilton, And More
From the press release: RZA’s canvas sits on the wall facing a display case full of original  Picasso plates. Chuck D’s takes its place beside Salvador Dali’s  celebrated Surrealist Piano scuplture. The Art Of Drums collection  occupies the interior wing across from the Marilyn Monroe prints. This  is the world-famous Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, home to “Come Together,” a two-month exhibition of the artwork of Los Angeles creativity house SceneFour and its iconic collaborators: RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan, Chuck D of  Public Enemy, Bootsy Collins of Bootsy’s Rubber Band, P-Funk and the  JBs, Hieroglyphics Crew, DJ Qbert, Shavo Odadjian from System of a Down,  George Lynch, Matt Sorum from Velvet Revolver/Guns N Roses, Frankie  “Kash” Waddy from Parliament-Funkadelic, Angelo Moore of Fishbone and  Page Hamilton of Helmet. With the help of their legendary friends,  SceneFour partners Ravi Dosaj and Cory Danziger are spearheading a new  movement in the art world: collaborative art. And based upon the  September 14th opening night party, a kick-off to the exhibit which runs  until November 1 at Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, the  exhibition is set to be a blockbuster.
“Come Together” is unlike anything ever attempted in the art world,  as a discerning group of musical icons from rap, hip-hop, rock, heavy  metal, and funk worked together over the last several years on their own  fine art creation with SceneFour. At the conclusion of each  collaboration, the team releases artwork, all numbered and signed by the  artist. Andrew Weiss, a legend in the art world for four decades, saw  the merit in SceneFour’s collaborative art movement early on. “When  Warhol had his factory, people thought it was a joke at the time,” says  Weiss. “[The ‘Come Together’ collection] is reminiscent of that. You  have the artists, designers and printers all involved in the creation of  the art.”

“Come Together” At Andrew Weiss Gallery With RZA, Chuck D, Page Hamilton, And More

From the press release:
RZA’s canvas sits on the wall facing a display case full of original Picasso plates. Chuck D’s takes its place beside Salvador Dali’s celebrated Surrealist Piano scuplture. The Art Of Drums collection occupies the interior wing across from the Marilyn Monroe prints. This is the world-famous Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, home to “Come Together,” a two-month exhibition of the artwork of Los Angeles creativity house SceneFour and its iconic collaborators: RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan, Chuck D of Public Enemy, Bootsy Collins of Bootsy’s Rubber Band, P-Funk and the JBs, Hieroglyphics Crew, DJ Qbert, Shavo Odadjian from System of a Down, George Lynch, Matt Sorum from Velvet Revolver/Guns N Roses, Frankie “Kash” Waddy from Parliament-Funkadelic, Angelo Moore of Fishbone and Page Hamilton of Helmet. With the help of their legendary friends, SceneFour partners Ravi Dosaj and Cory Danziger are spearheading a new movement in the art world: collaborative art. And based upon the September 14th opening night party, a kick-off to the exhibit which runs until November 1 at Andrew Weiss Gallery in Beverly Hills, the exhibition is set to be a blockbuster.

“Come Together” is unlike anything ever attempted in the art world, as a discerning group of musical icons from rap, hip-hop, rock, heavy metal, and funk worked together over the last several years on their own fine art creation with SceneFour. At the conclusion of each collaboration, the team releases artwork, all numbered and signed by the artist. Andrew Weiss, a legend in the art world for four decades, saw the merit in SceneFour’s collaborative art movement early on. “When Warhol had his factory, people thought it was a joke at the time,” says Weiss. “[The ‘Come Together’ collection] is reminiscent of that. You have the artists, designers and printers all involved in the creation of the art.”