Also we will head to Mario’s Furniture to check out two video installations by Annetta Kapon and Jacob Melchi.
Well, due to work schedule, Big Sur is a bust for this weekend. Sorry Amy n Sarah. Instead, I will complete some gallery review postings from the past month, and if you’re lucky, some photos of clouds and light posts above LA. Exciting!
Also, to attend tonight:
Udo Nöger at Lowe Gallery – info
at Broadway arts complex in Santa Monica. 6-9pm I think.
Group show at Sixteen:One Gallery – info
Max Presneill (of Raid Projects fame) has a show at Kontainer on Wilshire – info
And see the post about Gallery 727 show of Civic Park Competition entries.
Yes J. I’ve been meaning to get to the new peres projects since I missed the opening reception. I’ll report back when I do…
So, instead of working hard all weekend on getting the photos and stories from the past month or two posted here, we are going up to Big Sur so we can hang out with our friend Amy before she drives across the country to attend her residency at Skowheagan (spelling?). Ahh, summer in California…
Laura Cowen of LEVEL Design alerts us to the LAHUB exhibition of proposals for their Civic Park Competition. The show opens with a reception this Saturday (May 31) downtown at Gallery 727. Check the link for more details and directions, and keep an eye out in there for LEVEL’s proposal. Civic park competition
Just saw this. Looks good, Asian Punk Boy art show in a new space inLA. You west coasters should check it out.
The gap in postings is due to:
Arrival of several members of Quinn, Richmond and Fosmire families (from Quinn family tree).
Preparation and execution of graduation from the Institute.
Travel to the Island of Santa Catalina off the coast of Long Beach.
Travel to jaw-dropping national park Yosemite, with stay in highly recommended Bug Hostel of Midpines (Mariposa County). 1000 mile round trip drive.
Return to LA, second viewing of Matrix Reloaded followed by discussion.
OK? Now you can await the distribution of images from these trips as wells as LA Art openings from April/May. In the meantime, see you down in Huntington beach at Michele’s show tonight.
The Office is pleased to present Michele Jaquis in “is this something i even want?”
The artwork included in this exhibition is a combination of multimedia work exploring the relationships between one’s parents, particularly with absentee fathers. This work has been made over the past few years as the artist has been reestablishing a relationship with her own father after a sixteen-year separation.
is this something i even want? opens with a reception for the artists on May 24th from 6 to 9 p.m. and extends through June 20th at The Office located at 5122 Bolsa Ave. Suite #110 in Huntington Beach, CA. Space hours are Tuesday through Friday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For further information call 714-767-5861. Hope to see you there!
Hmm. My links below seem to have freaked out over the weekend. Odd, they were OK on friday. Hopefully fixed now.
Like Rube Goldberg? Like the new honda accord? Here is an introduction to them both, in super stylish fashion. Honda’s New Accord Seen at k10k