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Arrested Development Gallery 1988 Art Exhibit And A Possible Season 4 Teaser Poster

Mitch Hurwitz' story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together was granted another lease on life at Netflix. That's right, "development continues" as Arrested Development has 10 new episodes on the way, poised to drop all on one glorious day in 2013. And even though the cult favorite has never really left the culture (thanks to the fervent admirers and even more fervent quoters), the announcement may have been a source of inspiration for the upcoming art exhibit at Gallery 1988 called "There's Always Money in the Banana Stand."

In anticipation for the show, named after one of George Sr.'s most famous Season 1 lines (and opening at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 29, closing Saturday, July 21), the gallery has been releasing sneak peeks at the art for the past week or so and some of them are absolutely brilliant. Just like the series. If you're familiar with the Gallery 1988 'scene' and have some favorite artists that you hope created pieces, you can check out the full list of contributors here and I fully recommend checking out the rest of the previews (posters, plushies and variety of other installations) on the Gallery 1988 blog after scoping out these three samples.

In other poster related Arrested Development news, StarCam shared this teaser poster from the new 'network' but I'm not completely sure of its authenticity. Sure, the logos and the colors are right but it's not the most complicated image to fake. Authentic or not, the announcement the poster makes is very real and still gets me excited to watch the brand new episodes. Here's hoping for a fifth and six seasons before (or instead of) that movie.

Arrested Development returns for a fourth season sometime in 2013 only on Netflix. "There's Always Money in the Banana Stand" runs at Gallery 1988's Melrose location (7020 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles) from Friday, June 29 to Saturday, July 21, 2012. The opening reception is from 7-10pm on the Friday and the art is expected to be for sale online at Gallery 1988 the following day.