Blum & Poe presents The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy, the second installment of a two-part exhibition which began in New York and now opens in Los Angeles, offering a broad and critical reassessment of Cobra—an essential postwar European movement named for the home cities Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. The exhibition follows the solo exhibition of Karel Appel, one of the movement’s key protagonists, presented at Blum & Poe, New York in September 2014. Named after a seminal work by Cobra founder Asger Jorn, The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up pays tribute to Jorn’s catalyzing role and to the movement’s enduring aesthetic and conceptual influence on artists working today. Works by artists Enrico Baj, Joe Bradley, Bjarne Melgaard, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel and many more are included in this exhibition. The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy Group Show officially starts today and will be on view until December 23, at Blum & Poe gallery in Los Angeles.