Huge Group Art Show
Nate Seubert, Cody Lusby, Kristi Bockrath, Christina Angelina, James Bentley, Louie Metz, Erik Flores, AHHD, Kelly Thompson, Chuck U. Farley, George Saavedra, Lefty Joe, Deryke Cardenaz, Amy Smith, Dominique Lopez, Tarikh Brown, Eric Q. Quezada, Matt Rae, Kasim Patton, Erin Stone, Zara Kand, Alejandro Delacruz, Michael Bermudez, Mila Reynaud, Bob Kent, BeneDigital, Booleep, Rick Rodriguez, Jennifer Kawasaki, Brandon Rizzuto, Alex Wilt, Alexander D.C.D. Smith, Brandon Combs, Katherine Metz, Alvaro Roble, Brian Nieman, Heidi Spring, Billy Kheel, David Perales, Julio Martinez, Nicolas Bates, Dan Becker, Demi Romanska, Justin Delaet, Bill Schaeffer, Yuki Toy, Jesse Jacobellis.
If you find yourself in East LA at the world famous Chain Gang Studio, you will see this pennant flying above you...
La Luz De Jesus Gallery proudly presents our annual, rebranded, juried exhibition: LALUZAPALOOZA. This gigantic, no-theme group show features works from many of the freshest and most relevant artists working today. Over 15,000 individual images were submitted by commercial illustrators, graphic designers, tattooists, scenics, students, animators, outsiders and working gallery artists which we narrowed down to 220 pieces created by 120 or so artists hailing from six continents. The (tastefully) jam-packed, salon-style exhibition features a lot of names familar to the readers of Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose, alongside an impressive catalog of work from a brand new batch of undiscovered, emerging talent.
Group Art Show
Nate Seubert, Cody Lusby, Christina Angelina, Christopher Willingham, Khalid Hussein, Lefty Joe, Jackson Thilenius, Eric Q Quezada, Jose Carabes, Jesse Hotchkiss, Brian Robertson, Michael Christy, Andrew Merritt, Elliot Jackson, Eric Staniford, Terri Berman, Dominique Lopez, Zara Kand, Monty Montgomery, Seitaku "Tak" Aoyama, Pavel Acevedo, Maxwell McMaster, Dicapria, Laura Diamond, Jaime Becker, Deryke Cardenaz, Kelly Thompson, Sarah Ramirez, Chuck U. Farley, Lisa MoneyPenny, Kasim Patton, Ahhd Art, Lynn Marie Greaves, Donna Letterese, Keri Kilgo, Causnfx, Booleep, Navia Alejandro, Bene Digital, Bob Kent, Zero Blank, Alexander Smith, Jeff Robinson, Kate Zambrano, Liz Peterson, Jennifer Korsen, Judy Csotsits, Spindle Webb, Rick Rodriguez, IBelieve, Amber Marie, Katie Ferguson, Bill Schaeffer, Tony Action, Jim Lembeck, Brad Cagle, Guy Cohen, Melissa Quinones, Cory Gomez, Alex Farkas-Worthy, Alvaro Robles, Matthew Collar, Ai Mi, Susan Spano, Billy Kheel, Jason "Kiiaannii" Castner, Thibault Pelletier, James Stewart, David Foto..
site-specific works along the entire length of Mulholland Drive
LA Road Concerts presents a showing of site-specific projects from over 110 Los Angeles artists in unused public outdoor spaces along the entire length of Mulholland Drive’s 21 miles, starting at its east end, at Cahuenga Pass, and resulting with a reception party near the Nike Missile Site in the Santa Monica Mountains. For one day, artists will perform works, display installations, facilitate carpool happenings, host spontaneous readings, and make music in unexpected spaces such as on the sidewalk, between dumpsters, along precipices, as well as inside the audience’s cars as they traverse one of LA’s most iconic streets. The audience can choose how long they want to spend at each spot, whether or not they want to park or get out of their cars, skip spots or drive at different speeds between them. Audience members are additionally invited to car pool with artists and to switch car pools at their leisure. The road concert can also easily be experienced by bus, bicycle and walking. An official map of the day’s events along with project descriptions and other downloadable information will be available to the public starting on December 5 on the event website (www.laroadconcerts.org).
LA Road Concerts seeks to investigate the possibilities of LA's lengthy streets as sites for artistic exploration while using the street itself as a cross-section to observe the city's diversity of landscapes and people, how the Los Angeles metropolis grew, and the massive in-between and negative spaces it left behind as it expanded. How can we generate a new kind of LA experience, utilizing its car culture to find meaning and bring attention to a collection of less obvious destinations? Additionally, through a wide open call process, Los Angeles Road Concerts brings together art school graduates, working artists, local residents, and other artists, writers, musicians, dancers, academics, etc, to realize a broad array of kinds of interactions with the sites. Participants find unlikely audiences, people who may have never been to a gallery space but who ultimately take great interest in participants' work.
A dérive is a spontaneous exploration of urban landscapes guided by aesthetic instinct. The Mulholland Dérive invites its audience to drop their relations, their work and leisure activities, and all their other usual motives for movement and action, and let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain of Mulholland Drive and the encounters they find there. The iconic Mulholland Drive begins at Cahuenga Pass and winds through LA's quiet, affluent Hollywood Hills neighborhoods, past the homes of famous stars, massive mansions, rich baby boomers in convertibles, people sitting alone in their cars at lookouts, cliffs, crossing over the 405 on the Carmageddon-causing bridge, then turning into "Dirt Mulholland" an undrivable six miles through the Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles as a distant backdrop on both sides along much of the drive.
Akina Cox, Alex Miller, Alexa Gerrity and Marc Horowitz, Alexia Lewis, Allison Carter, Anna Bruinsma, Anthony Moses Sanchez, Astri Swendsrud and Quinn Gomez-Heitzeberg, Austin Young, Becca Lieb, Billy Kheel, Bloody Death Skull, Bridget Kane, Chris Girard, Christie Scott, Christy Roberts, Christopher Anthony Velasco, Christopher Cole and Marcus Rubio, Corey Fogel & Elizabeth DiGiovanni, Corrie Siegel, Daiana Feuer, Danielle Adair, David Burns, Dirty Chaps, Doña Nicha, DUM DUM Zine with TULIPS, Eli Langer, Emma Elizabeth Kemp, Eric Lindley, Fette Sans, Foundation for Awarenessness, Frit & Frat Fuller, Ian MacKinnon & Travis Wood, Idea Truck, Jamora Crawford, Janne Larsen, Jason Jenn, Jean and Julianna's Cinema, Jeremy Fisher, Joe Milazzo, Joey Cannizzaro and Adriana Widdoes, John Kilduff, Jon Rutzmoser, Jonas Becker, Julie Tolentino with Stosh Fila, Keith J. Varadi, Kevin Taylor, Kimberly Zumpfe + Satoe Fukushima + Colin Lindsay + Aaron Guerrero + Camilo Restrepo + Minkyung Choi, Kristy Baltezore, Lamar D Sol, landd, Lissa Resnick's No Strings Attached Dance Company with Michael Lightsey Fine Arts, Liz Toonkel, The Lone Stars, Margie Schnibbe, Mark Mars, Martha Atwell and Jim Balsam, Maryam Hosseinzadeh, Matias Viegener, Melanie Nolley, Millicent Borges Accardi + Madeleine Swift Butcher + Kathi Stafford, Mobile Pinhole Project, MUC Collaborative, Nicole Antebi, Paige Tighe, Peter Nichols, Philip Mantione and Daniel Eaton, Rhiannon Aarons, Rick Galiher, Robbie Hansen + Albert Ortega + Aaron Spafford, Robin Myrick + McCreature, Sheree Rose and Michael MP Griffin, Shiva Aliabadi and Matthew Carter and Eric Sarbach, Skip Snow + Frau Kolb + Todd Gray, Social Humanistic ART, Thinh Nguyen, Three, Tom Dunn, Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal, Tucker Neel, Tyler Calkin, Tyr Jung, Victoria Goring, Vitamin Wig C, Vuslat Demirkoparan and Ilknur Demirkoparan, We Open Art Houses (WOAH), Yana Tutunik, Yarn Bombing LA, Young Summers and Ann Zumwinkle, Zen Dochterman
Saturday, May 19th
939 Maple Ave., 3rd floor
Los Angeles, CA, 90015
GROUP ART SHOW
Angelina Christina, Lauren Haggis, Phil Santos, Steven Lopez, Lefty Joe, Nate Seubert, Louie Metz, Rask Opticon, Genie Melisande, Q, Andreana Iakovodos, Nicole Bruckman, Susan Spano, Donna Letterese, Derek G, Tim Boggs, Lynn Marie Greaves, Milenna C. Saraiva, Miguel Valenzuela, Christopher Willingham, Terri Berman, Steven Higgins, Daniella Batsheva, Zero, KIIAANNII, Angel Cutno, Monty Montgomery, Peter Adamyan, Laura Diamond, Kelly Thompson, Yuki Miyazaki, CAUSNFX, Michael Christy, Clairefoster Josiah Brown, TYME, Emily Brooke, Catherine Kaleel, Eric Staniford, Owen Beckman, Billy Kheel, Keri Kilgo, Bruce Linn, Jaime Becker, Jason London, Francesca Prase, Tag Fatale, Avedon, Arcade, Karen Hydendahl, Shalla Javid, Kasim Patton, Rie Nasu, Matt Elson, Frank Forte, Mike Berserker, ..
Zoom-B - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Zoom-B/219971568014091
Tag Fatale - http://www.facebook.com/tagfatale?sk=wall
Michael Pukac- http://michaelpukac.com/
Stephen Williams - http://www.stephenvwilliams.com
PanOPLY: An Exhibition of 6 LA Artists, featuring Max Gleason, Ivan DeAvy,
Kate Davis Caldwell, Janny Hager, Billy Kheel and Julio Panisello
323 Projects is pleased to present The Patter of Tiny Brains, an exhibition curated by Doug Harvey. For this group show sourced from dozens of contributors, Harvey presents a rotating selection of audio generated by children, up to and including adolescents.
Visitors who call into 323 Projects’ phone number will hear audio ranging from baby noises to musical performances, and a variety of surprising sound recordings performed by kids. In presenting the work of children, Harvey encourages listeners to bring serious, respectful aesthetic attention to works of performance otherwise disregarded as immature and amateur. This exhibition challenges value systems that deem children's creative output trivial or inconsequential, and instead critically and enthusiastically seeks to reframe the discourse surrounding notions of youth, professionalism, and creative expression.
Alejandro Cohen’s HeArt Project class
Lone Ranger (Andy Sykora & Blake Baxter)
Anonymous vocalist from Edendale Post Office
Susan Chafe & Luke Chafe
Naomi Dunker & Zac Dunker (recorded and edited by Julie Dunker)
David Fenster & Friend
Haron Abbas Mansour, Shiran Davidi, & Lee Korenfeld, coordinated by Maria Ana Sampaio Nunes
Kevin Braddock, John Knight, Eric Konst (recorded by David Greenberger)
Lauren Michele Kasmer
THUUNDERBOY! (recorded by Tony Conrad)
Billy and Mia Kheel
Lili Bernard and Family
L. Souris Hong-Porretta
Norabelle Greenberger (courtesy David Greenberger)
The Kids of Widney High
Sim Sadler with the voice of Lexi Renée Sadler
Zoe Scott (submitted by Dustin Scott)
Stephanie Taylor, with vocals by Milena Muzquiz, Jose Luis Blondet, Charles White Elementary Chorus
The Fitzbergs (original, recorded 1996, courtesy David Greenberger)
Luca Veca (courtesy Mark Dean Veca)
Lucas & Friends
Crazy one night show with LC and Cannibal Flower
Window displat at Monkeyhouse Toys, get over there and check it out until April 15!
While you're there, buy some pillows!
New Art From Los Angeles
Exhibition Dates: February 10 – April 6
Opening Reception: February 10, 7-10pm
Los Angeles Road Concerts presents a showing of site-specific projects from over 100 Los Angeles artists in unused public outdoor spaces along the entire length of Sunset Boulevard’s 24 miles, from Downtown to the Pacific Ocean. For one day, artists will perform works, display installations, facilitate car pool happenings and make music in public spaces such as sidewalks, traffic islands, parking lots, as well as inside the audience’s cars as they traverse one of LA’s most iconic boulevards. The audience self-curates, deciding how long they want to spend at each participating artist's spot, or to skip spots or drive at different speeds between destinations as they journey from one end of Sunset to the other, arriving eventually to a beach reception at the ocean just before sunset.
5790projects and Mark Moore Gallery are pleased to have artist Kiel Johnson
curate the July edition of 2nd Fridays film series. Every 2nd Friday this summer
an artist will curate a group of short films to be screened at Mark Moore Gallery.
July’s edition kicks off July 8th @ 8pm with a great group of shorts by artists
Kiel Johnson, Travis Millard, Billy Kheel, and others. The night will also feature
DJ MoreDillon, complimentary refreshments and the Grilled Cheese Truck so
you can get your grub on. This is going to be a night to remember and is made
possible with the help of the following sponsors: LA Canvas, Flavorpill, RogerLA
and The RandR. You want to be here…
My body lies over the ocean.
My body lies over the sea.
Organized byPaul Pescador
Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair at The Barker Hangar
Performance | January 28, 2011 | 5pm-6pm
Human Resources, Los Angeles presents My body lies over the Ocean.
My body lies over the sea. a one night performance event featuring the work
of Alexis Disselkoen and Tessa Kurszewski, Billy Kheel, Paul Pescador, and
Nancy Popp. My body lies over the Ocean. will focus on site-specific situational
and interactive performances. The event will examine the role of the body as
vehicle for physical production. Whether it isthrough the excursion of endurance
or the transference of physicality to material form, each performer examines the
role of the body as a vessel in which performance disseminates.