NOT REAL ART isn’t your prototypical art program produced by art snobs in an ivory tower.
NOT REAL ART is an artist-centric talk show for a new generation. NOT REAL ART serves its creative culture fresh, raw and unfiltered straight from the front-lines as it celebrates artists and calls B.S. on the art world!
Long-time friends, collaborators and artists, Man One and Scott "Sourdough" Power bring their unique, devil-may-care approach to discussing their mutual love — and hate — for art and culture.
Sourdough and Man One’s unique dynamic creates the kind of entertaining back-and-forth only two great friends can share as they discuss the news, stories, people and events of the interesting, curious, provocative and entertaining world of Creative Culture.
About the Hosts
Scott “Sourdough” Power, the creator and founder of NOT REAL ART, was born in Michael Jackson’s hometown of Gary, Indiana and grew up in America’s Rust Belt outside Chicago. He was raised by hard-working, God-fearing parents who hoped Sourdough would grow up to do something respectable and good like go to seminary. Instead, he left home to travel the globe in a hedonistic pursuit of life's carnal pleasures — and sourdough. (It's a long sordid tale.)
Man One, a renowned artist born and raised in Los Angeles, is a first generation American whose parents immigrated to Los Angeles from Mexico seeking the American Dream. Always an artist but a great athlete too, Man One shunned playing pro soccer to become an artist. Growing up doing graffiti, getting-up all over L.A., Man One's art work today is shown and collected around the world.