A new post dedicated to artistic happenings in Southern California
You Can’t Lose If You Don’t Play
Opening reception Friday November 13th 7-10pm
Join us for the November/December release party and group exhibition “You Can’t Lose If You Don’t Play.” The exhibition features four young Los Angeles artists: Henri Paul Broyard, Rory James Toole, Townsend Madix, and Josephine Hidajat, who explore 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.
Come for the art, stay for the free drinks!
“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 email@example.com and 213.610.4110
Home – Malka Nedivi and Susan T. Kurland
Opening reception November 14 6:00 pm – 9:00 PM
Featured Artists: Malka Nedivi and Susan T. Kurland
Curated by Dulce Stein
Malka and Susan both re-purpose materials to create delicate but intense artwork that will remind some of us of early memories of childhood and family.
Malka Nedivi: I always think about my mother, she is my inspiration. I use primary colors as I see them as childhood colors,It is the emotional process of uncovering layers of my childhood. My mother was a seamstress and she was always mending holes in old clothes. I think she was in a way mending the holes of her past. I feel my art is a way of mending the holes of my past.
Susan T. Kurland: I create my own fabric or textile of sorts. Often I weave a texture on the found object. Repetition of movement becomes meditative and part of the process. Finally, I arrange the made fabrics onto the found object or panel. The materials I use, which have belonged to various family members, are reminiscent of the bonds, memories and shared experiences. These bonds are sometimes tenuous and fragile yet I have found a community creates a fabric of sorts, when woven together strength and variety; a fabric of different colors and texture.
Inglewood Open Studios – Bibi Davidson
9th Annual Open Studios (aka Art Walk) around art studios based in Inglewood, California
Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th from 12pm-5pm both days
In Motion | Daryl Bibicoff
Reception Saturday November 14th 7-10pm
Antenna Studio, Eagle Rock
In The Mix – Group exhibition
Opening Reception Nov. 28, 2015 3pm – 6pm
Curated by Ashley Mistriel and Theresa Knopf
Nov. 28 – Jan. 9, 2015 at Good Eye Gallery
Los Angeles based artists, Ashley Mistriel and Theresa Knopf are guest curating a group show at the Good Eye Gallery! The opening will coincide with the 5th Annual Eagle Rock Block Party on November 28, 2015.
This exhibition brings together a diverse group of artists whose mixed media work is about layering through imagery or materials. Through sculpture, painting, drawing, and collage, these artists are finding new ways to combine disparate images to create a new whole. Artists include Courtney Cerruti, Kristen Dikio, Alicia Dornadic, Shannon Freshwater, Treasure Frey, Ashley Hagen, Matt Hendon, Kellan King, Danielle Krysa, Vida Liu, Margaret Meehan, Kate Parsons, Somsara Rielly,
Erynn Richardson, Emily Sudd, Elizabeth Tinglof, and more!
For more information visit http://goodeyegallery.com/
Water: A Necessary Conversation
Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art
Opening Reception: Sat. Nov. 14, 7-10pm
Featured artists: Mahar Adjmi, Elaine Alibrandi, Melissa Richardson Banks, Mariona Barkus, Jesus Barraza, Andrea Broyles, Melanie Cervantes, Robbie Conal, Danielle Eubank, Molly Fair, Jesse Goldstein, Karen Hansen, Shelley Heffler, Brenda Hurst, Ann Isolde, J. J. L’Heureux, Yana Marshall, Andrea Monroe, Eva Montealegre, Therese Moriarty, Sandra Mueller, Seda Saar, U. G. Sato, Karen Schifman, Manu Smith, Klaus Staeck, Susie Stockholm, Stephanie Sydney, Teresa Young, and the “Artists Formerly Known as Women” collective.
Avenue 50 Studio, 131 Avenue 50, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Exhibition dates: Nov. 14-Dec. 6, 2015
Closing Conversation: Dec. 6, 2-4pm
Organized by the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art as an art and activism project, the exhibition features selected contemporary works and posters from the Collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. “Water: A Necessary Conversation” brings together contemporary art and historical posters focused on water as a vital and limited resource. Curated by art historian Susan M. King, the selection of works strikes a dialogue between past and present art meant as a social lever around water issues.
Terry Arena at Casa Marengo
LAM Gallery – Featuring Emily Sudd, Vanessa Y Chow and Alexandra Rose
CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT
Linda Sue Price
CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT
Exhibition dates November 24th to December 19th
Opening reception December 5th 6-9pm
2525 Michigan Ave,
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Please join us on Saturday December 5th for the opening reception of Linda Sue Price’s Solo exhibition CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT at TAG Gallery Bergamot Station.
Linda Sue Price’s recent work incorporates common words, phrases and abstract neon shapes to facilitate a dialogue, creating unexpected relationships between the two. Price first absorbs the words then instinctually reacts to them, concentrating on repetitive gestures that reflect the commonality of the words. These mixed media neon sculptures use free-form bent abstract shapes to convey their message.
Ox Pull Revisited – Cynthia Minet
The exhibition is supported by the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication and Instructionally Related Activities.The Valley Performing Arts Center is located on the corners of Lindley and Nordhoff Sts. The Gallery is on the Loge Level, north of the Great Hall. During the run of exhibitions, the Gallery is open to ticket holders one hour prior to performances, during intermissions and by appointment. Call Sally Adelblue at (818) 677-8800. Photo credit: Martin Cox
Wishlist 3.0 – Gabba Gallery
Marion Lane- New Works
Opening Reception: Saturday November 14th 6-9pm
LAUNCH LA is proud to present, New Works, Marion Lane’s third show at Launch LA. For Lane, this latest exhibition marks a major foray beyond traditional two dimensional painting, with her newest works on panel finding company among intriguing and functional objects bearing her designs, from wallpapers to handbags, jewellery and clothing.
Chris Finley “New Work”
Opening reception: Saturday, NOVEMBER 14, 5 – 8 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: November 7 – December 19, 2015
Genevieve Gaignard: Us Only
November 12, 2015 – January 7, 2016
Opening Reception: November 12, 2015, 6-9pm
Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to announce Genevieve Gaignard: Us Only, the artist’s second solo show in Los Angeles and her first exhibition with the gallery. Gaignard, a 2014 graduate of Yale University School of Art with an MFA in Photography, creates site-specific installations dominated by the photographic medium to evoke a nostalgia of place and identity–recalling specific geographies and histories. This new body of work uses video, collage, photography and ready-made objects to build upon Gaignard’s practice of character-based self-portraiture to explore of issues of race and gender.
South Bay Focus
The Torrance Art Museum (TAM) invites the public to attend the opening reception of our annual South Bay Focus exhibition on Saturday, November 14, 2015, from 6 – 9 pm. The reception is free to the public with no RSVP necessary.
South Bay Focus is a contemporary and traditional art juried exhibition presented in conjunction with the Torrance Artists Guild and the South Bay Watercolor Society. SBF is open to all artists living or working in the South Bay area, including Long Beach and San Pedro.
The exhibition will be open to the public starting Saturday, November 14 and runs until December 11, 2015. The Torrance Art Museum is open to the public 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
Carla Jay Harris- Conspicuous Absence
BLANK CANVAS, United Cerebral Palsy’s Annual 100% Benefit show
Washington Reid Gallery
Lori Pond | MENACE A Conversation with the Artist
Los Angeles Art Association
Next post, we will add museum shows too!!