D. W. Marino – Keep on Smilin’, Mixed Media
Our 28th Annual group Show
March 7 – 30, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, March 7th, 8-11 PM
Massive preview of art here.
From the release:
La Luz De Jesus Gallery proudly presents our annual juried group exhibition, LALUZAPALOOZA. This gigantic, no-theme show features works from some of the freshest and most relevant artists working today. Over 16,000 submissions from commercial illustrators, graphic designers, tattooists, scenics, students, street taggers, animators and working gallery artists will be sorted-through until we’ve finally narrowed it down to a little more than 100 or so pieces for the most exclusive selection of tastefully, jam-packed, salon-style exhibited works. There will be some familiar names from our ever-growing roster of feature artists, but an overwhelming percentage of the work this year will come from a brand new batch of undiscovered, emerging talent.
Horacio Martinez – A New Friend, Oil on Canvas
A. S. Ashley – Flying Monkey and Toto, Too, Acrylic on panel
#Art #Opening #LosAngeles – Pop-Eyeconic Group Show @coreyhelford Gallery Culver City Saturday March 15th with Ron English, D*Face, Lola, Shag (Josh Agle), Paul Frank, Eric Joyner and more
8522 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232
From the release:
Quick reminder – major group show on Saturday, March 15th at CHG… “Pop-Eyeconic — An Exploration of Popular Iconic Characters”. Over 35 of the top New Contemporary artists re-interpret the icons that drive the subconscious of modern society. Also, at CIRCA that same night, an amazing surrealist oil painter – Alexandra Manukyan with her exhibition of all new paintings, “Beautiful Disaster”.
Check out the attached evite above for a list of artists in the group exhibition – including Ron English, D*Face, Lola, Shag (Josh Agle), Paul Frank, Eric Joyner, and many more – plus images from that show and more info on the Alexandra Manukyan exhibition.
#Art #Opening #LosAngeles – ‘International Women’s Day’ group show + James Krone @ Night Gallery this Saturday March 8th
2276 EAST 16TH STREET, LOS ANGELES 90021
Opening reception Saturday March 8th, 7-10pm
From the release:
Marina Pinsky was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1986, and educated at UCLA (MFA, 2012), and the Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston (BFA, 2008). Her work was included in the 2013 three-part exhibition Made in Space at Night Gallery in Los Angeles, and in New York at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise and Venus Over Manhattan. She is currently the subject of a solo exhibition at CLEARING, Brussels, and has also shown at White Columns (New York), Cleopatra’s (Berlin), and previously at Night Gallery (Los Angeles). Pinsky lives and works in Los Angeles.
David Armstrong Six has shown extensively throughout North America and Europe, at such venues as White Columns (New York), The Power Plant (Toronto), La Biennale de Montréal, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and the Istanbul Modern. In 2012, he was awarded the Conseil des arts et lettres du Québec Berlin Residency at the Künstlerhaus Bethanian, and his work can be found in many public and private collections, including that of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Armstrong Six is represented by Parisian Laundry in Montréal, where he currently lives and works.
Ian Cheng (born 1984, Los Angeles) is an artist based in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include La Triennale di Milano, Milan; Baby feat. Bali, Standard (Oslo), Oslo; Frieze Frame, London; Entropy Wrangler, Off Vendome, Dusseldorf; This Papaya Tastes Perfect, Formalist Sidewalk Poetry Club, Miami Beach. Recent group exhibitions include 12th Lyon Biennial, Lyon France; Freak Out, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; ProBio, Expo1, MoMA PS1, New York; DisImages, DIS Magazine, New York; A Disagreeable Object, Sculpture Center, New York.
Lizzie Fitch (b. 1981 Indiana), is currently based in Los Angeles and received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2004. She has had solo and two-person exhibitions at New Galerie (Paris), Foxy Productions (New York, with Jonathan Delachaux), and Elizabeth Dee Gallery (New York). Her ongoing collaboration with artist Ryan Trecartin has been exhibited at MoMA PS1 (New York), the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Istanbul Modern, Showroom MAMA (Rotterdam), and the Museum of Contemporary Art Pacific Design Center (Los Angeles), among others.
New York-based Sam Anderson was born in Los Angeles, and received her BFA in 2008 from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and her MFA from Yale University in 2010. She has shown most recently in New York at SculptureCenter, Chapter NY, Foxy Productions, Team Gallery, West Street Gallery, Harris Lieberman, White Columns, and the Anthology Film Archive, as well as at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. Anderson has previously exhibited in Los Angeles at Human Resources and Night Gallery.
CATSUIT FOR MEN
From the release:
Night Gallery is proud to present a series of Spell Paintings in the portrait gallery by Berlin-based artist James Krone. Using various counterfeit perfumes from which the paintings take their names (Catsuit for Men, Misty Cherry, Leather Woman…), Krone writes scented spells onto raw canvas. These canvases are then lit on fire, and although the stacked letters that spell out the various incantations are protected by the alcohol in the perfume, the negative space between them becomes charred by flames. In Krone’s work pyromancy gives formal presence to otherwise invisible inscriptions, creating an aesthetic rhetoric of abstraction that can only be communicated, accepted or rejected by primal, aphasic tendency.
James Krone (b. 1975 in Chicago, IL) lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He has exhibited extensively in the United States and Europe at venues such as Brand New Gallery in Milan, Italy; Kavi Gupta in Chicago, IL, and Berlin, Germany; and Country Club in Los Angeles, CA. His work has been written about in many publications including Artforum, Monopol, Modern Painters, and Mousse Magazine. Krone is represented by Kavi Gupta, Chicago-Berlin and Brand New Gallery, Milan.