Pacific Dissent 2015
You Can’t Lose If You Don’t Play
A Group Exhibition/Magazine Launch
Opening reception Friday November 13th 7-10pm
Exhibition runs through December 31st 2015
Haphazard is pleased to present “You Can’t Lose If You Don’t Play”, a group exhibition curated by Juneau Dahl & Charlie White, editors of Pacific Dissent Magazine. The exhibition features four young Los Angeles artists exploring their own perspectives on the world around us through unconventional techniques and processes. Each artist has his or her own unique approaches, allowing the work and ideas illustrated in it to speak for itself. Each piece is a complex and fascinating world of its own.
Henri Paul Broyard
Rory James Toole
“You Can’t Lose If You Don’t Play” will run through December 31, 2015. The artists will be present at the opening reception Friday, November 13th from 7-10 p.m. with food sponsored by Chinese Laundry Truck and beverages provided by M.A.D.E. The opening reception will be followed by an after party at DREAMHAUS. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 12:00– 7:00, and by appointment. For additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and 213.610.4110
*Haphazard* 1543 Sawtelle Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90025 213.610.4110 haphazard.co
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