'For Your Consideration' features original screen prints inspired by the 'Best Picture' Oscar nominees, produced by a small group of young international artists.
The pieces will be on display from February 14-17 at Gallery1988 Melrose in Los Angeles and can be viewed in our gallery below.
"Working hand-in-hand with the Academy has been a dream come true for Gallery1988 and its artists," said Jensen Karp, co-owner and co-curator of Gallery1988.
"So much inspiration has come from past Oscar telecasts as well as the amazing range of films that have been nominated this year.
"It was a perfect fit for our style of artwork and treatment, and we can't wait to show everyone the results of some of our most creative contemporary minds."
The artists featured include Matt Owen (Amour), Anthony Petrie (Argo), Rich Kelly (Beasts of the Southern Wild) and Mark Englert (Django Unchained).
Phantom City Creative (Les Misérables), Tom Whalen (Life of Pi), Jeff Boyes (Lincoln), Joshua Budich (Silver Linings Playbook) and Godmachine (Zero Dark Thirty) also took part.
Limited edition poster versions of the prints will be given to the first 100 people who visit Gallery1988 at a specified time on each day of the exhibition.
More details can be found on the Gallery1988 website. Poster giveaways for fans outside LA will take place on The Academy's Twitter and Facebook.
'For Your Consideration' also includes 12 illustrations of memorable Oscar moments by Oliver Barrett, a light installation by Julie B and other Oscar-inspired work by artists Olly Moss, Nan Lawson and DabsMyla.
Photo gallery - 'For Your Consideration' exhibition featuring 'Best Picture' Oscar screen prints:
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