Intersection Group Exhibition // Korean Cultural Center

August 17th , 2018 - August 30th, 2018

Korean Cultural Center
5505 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036 United States
Opening Reception Friday, August 17th 7-9pm

“Intersection” brings together artists from across Southern California whose practices engage with/ identity through components of intersectionality, privilege, choices, culture, chance, or events. This exhibition provides the framework for a diverse range of Southern California artists to address, confront and/or interpret ideas of personal and collective identity, sexuality, cultural equity, and other life defining moments, conditions or perceptions.

Juror Emily Gonzalez-Jarrett, artist and museum liaison at Honor Fraser, Los Angeles accomplished the challenging task of reviewing 531 works from over 200 artists. After thoughtful consideration of the entries and exhibition concept, Gonzalez-Jarrett narrowed the field to 44 works by 23 artists, stating ” I am grateful for the introduction to the practices of everyone who made a submission. I was thrilled to see that many artists are representing and working through this tumultuous world.”

The artists selected for exhibition are Holly Boruck, Sarah Stone, Margaret Hyde, Dwora Fried, Steven Hampton, Jorg Dubin, Kuniko Ruch, Michael Chomick, Preston Craig, Carla Harris, Kim Garcia, Miriam Kim, Lindsey Warren, Karen Clark, Laura Fisher, Lynne McDaniel, Shanna Chang Lim, Christopher Chinn, Megan Frances, David Koeth, Michele Jaquis , Siru Wen, John Junghun Lee. Four of these artists (TBA) will be chosen by gallerist and Executive Director James Panozzo to exhibit at the LAUNCH LA Gallery on S. La Brea Avenue during 2019/20.

LAUNCH LA believes exposure to the arts enhances quality of life and strengthens community through the shared appreciation of creative expression in all its forms and hybrids. LAUNCH LA is passionate about providing artists with quality opportunities to present themselves and their creations that reflect our times to a curious and enthusiastic audience at important happenings throughout Los Angeles.

The Korean Cultural Center is the axis of Korean heritage in Los Angeles. The Korean Cultural Center welcomes the general public to experience the rich traditions and history of Korea through specialized programs, sponsored events, and multiple learning resources.

2018 California Open // TAG Gallery

August 8 - 24, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 11th, 2018 (5pm-8pm)
Juried By Kim Abeles

TAG Gallery is proud to present the 13th iteration of the California Open. The California open is a juried exhibition celebrating contemporary art created by emerging artists. The competition is hosted by TAG Gallery, an artist-owned collective now located at 5458 Wilshire Blvd. in Miracle Mile. TAG features emerging and mid-career artists of Southern California.

The Cityscape Show at George Billis LA

THE CITYSCAPE SHOW VIII
June 30th - July 21st, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 30th, 5 - 8pm

George Billis Gallery is pleased to present The Cityscape Show VIII, a group show of works by gallery artists and invited guest artists. The exhibition runs from June 30th to July 21st with a reception on Saturday, June 30th from 5-8pm.

The Cityscape Show VIII is the gallery’s eighth exhibition of its kind. The show is a visual exploration of the environs we inhabit. Los Angeles is a unique city in many regards - in its architecture, geography, and natural environment. Spanning a space that includes mountains, ocean, and desert, Los Angeles and Southern California are a source of immense inspiration to many artists. This exhibition brings together a group of artists whose individual works together show a multifaceted and fascinating city.  These pieces illustrate the ever-changing urban landscape.  From the downtown skyscrapers and iconic landmarks to the graffiti-ed back alleys and vast freeway networks, from the bright lights of the Hollywood Hills and clean lines of mid-century modern architecture to the train bridges and gritty rail yards, Southern California is striking in all its extremes.

he exhibition includes works by Adco, Alex Blas, Derek Buckner, Patricia Chidlaw, Larry Cohen, Bruce Everett, Elizabeth Gahan, Lisa Golightly, Hans Habeger, Harrison Halaska, Kenny Harris, Adam Harrison, Danny Heller, Eric Hesse, Peter Hiers, Lynda Keeler, Mary-Austin Klein, Raymond Logan, Deborah Martin, Rick Monzon, Matthew de Mosier, Judy Nimtz, Gregory Prestergord, Gay Summer Rick, Ben Schwab, Barbara Strasen, Terry Thompson, Deborah Martin, and Lindsey Warren.

George Billis Gallery opened its second location in the Culver City area of Los Angeles in 2004 and marks its 18th year in the Chelsea arts district in New York City. George Billis shows work by both emerging and established artists. For more information please contact the gallery at:

2716 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
T: 310-838-3685
F: 310-838-3438
email: la@georgebillis.com
www.georgebillis.com

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LA Artcore Juried Exhibit

We are pleased to announce this year's invited artists, representing all corners of the United States. Juried by: Michael Arata, Tulsa Kinney, and Jim Morphesis. Please join us for the opening reception and announcement of winners. 

Sunday, July 8 at 3 PM - 5 PM

La Artcore Brewery Annex
650 S Avenue 21 # A, Los Angeles, California 90031

Invited artists: 
Ruth Aaron, Julia Albo, Catherine Bennaton, Chelsea Boxwell, Samantha Buchanan, Suzanne Budd, Julia Bui, Roxanne Bull, Larry Caveney, Gerry Chapleski, Tracy Child, Otha Davis III, Francisco Del Mar, Selina Doroshenko, Steven Falk, Nicholas Fedak II, Zara Feeney, Santiago Flores-Charneco, Pat Gainor, Elizabeth Gargas, Richard Gayler, Abigail Gumbiner, Emily Halpern, Chris Hartford, Matthew Huntley, Phung Huynh, Maya Kabat, Beanie Kaman, Jeongmyo Kim, Linda Kosoff, Eric Kunsman, Andrew Leventis, Joseph Liatela, Gregory Martin, Susan Melly, Mike Mollett, Nelson Munares, Joelle Nagy, Rick Osaka, Richard Parker, Kevin Pride, Frederika Roeder, Alain Rogier, Nancy Spiller, Betzi Stein, Nathan Taves, Dave Thomas, Tslil Tsemet, Silvia Wagensberg, Lindsey Warren

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Feature in VoyageLA

THE LA ARTS & CULTURE WEEKLY REVIEW

Throughout history, societies and communities that embraced the arts often found themselves at the forefront of social and political change – decades ahead of those that have discouraged or diminished the role of the arts in their societies.  Our rich history of social and political progress is due in no small part to the active and courageous artistic community that calls Southern California home. We hope that by highlighting the rising stars of our local art community on a weekly basis, we can help increase our community’s engagement with local art and the artists that devote their life to moving society forward.

View the article on Voyagela.com

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Create Magazine

My work is featured in the upcoming Issue X of Create Magazine, curated by Jennifer Rizzo. More info. about purchasing the print issue coming soon. 

Keystone Art Space Open Studios // Spring 2018

OUR NEXT OPEN STUDIOS IS JUNE 9, 2018! 6-10pm

My studio will be open with new and in-progress works to view and there is a group show in the gallery.  It's a fun party, I hope to see you there! 

Once again, our diverse group of artists open their studio doors. Keystone Art Space has over 50 artists studios featuring painting, illustration, printmaking, jewelry, photography, sculpture and more.

Free and open to the public.

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Solo Show at Hollis Gallery // May 19th - June 16th

LINDSEY WARREN
NEW WORK
MAY 19 - JUNE 16, 2018

In this group of work focusing on Los Angeles, Lindsey has framed a greater field of view than more traditional renderings of the landscape including artifacts of the urban progress that now overlay the idyll of Southern California. 

HOLLIS GALLERY
230 Pasadena Ave. 
South Pasadena, CA 91030

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FULL BLEDE

Issue Four: The Pattern
released March 2018

FULL BLEDE's fourth issue explores explores the appearance of sameness. Collaborators share systems of recurrences, whether found in nature, in society at large, or self-manufactured. The broadsheet reveals repetition in our environment but also in behaviours, relationships, and personal routines. Artists and writers elaborate on the air of coherence, which is often the complete opposite: chaotic, messy, and wholly unique, despite its seeming monotony.

The issue features over 40 contributors and launched at Charlie James Gallery in conjunction with the closing receptions for William Powhida: After 'After the Contemporary' and IT'S OK↘, curated by Sacha Baumann ; 200 copies were printed.

View or download a copy of Issue Four: the Pattern

Laguna Art Museum Auction 2018

Art Auction 2018: California Cool
Saturday, February 10
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Member advance tickets (Friend level and above): $125
General advance tickets: $150
Host Committee Sponsorship: $1,000
Tickets at the door (if available) will be $150 for members (Friend level and above) and $175 for general tickets

Art Auction Preview Week: February 1-9, 2018
The Art Auction Preview will open at 5:00 p.m. on February 1

The California Cool Art Auction is an evening not to be missed. 2018 will mark Laguna Art Museum’s centennial year and the 36th edition of this highly-anticipated event. With works by over 100 important California artists, the annual Art Auction will include great art at great prices, delicious cuisine, and creative cocktails. The evening includes a silent auction as well as an exciting live auction that attracts competitive bidding by art collectors, both seasoned and new. The live auction will be led by Andrea Fiuczynski, Executive Vice President and Chairman of Sotheby’s Americas.

Proceeds from the event support Laguna Art Museum’s mission of collecting and preserving California art, providing critically acclaimed exhibitions, and enhancing art education.

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FULL BLEDE

Issue Three: The In-between
released October 2017

FULL BLEDE's third issue explores transition and stasis—the intermediate and liminal moments, emotions, states of being, and environments in our lives and communities.

The issue launched at Tin Flats in conjunction with the artists' reception of "Rubbings" at Skibum MacArthur on Saturday, October 28, 2017.

Fall Open Studios//October 21, 6-10pm

Once again I will be participating in Keystone Open Studios! Select paintings, drawings and prints will be for sale. Keystone Art Space has over 50 artist studios featuring painting, illustration, printmaking, jewelry, photography, sculpture and more. A group show will be up in the gallery and there will be drinks and snacks. 

Free and open to the public on Saturday, October 21, from 6-10pm. 
Visit the event page on Facebook.

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FULL BLEDE

I am pleased to have contributed a few images to Issue two of FULL BLEDE! Copies are available to order from the website. 

Issue Two: The City
available now at Charlie James Gallery
FULL BLEDE’s second issue finds our talented group of collaborators ruminating the urban condition: how we move, work, live, interact within, survive, enjoy, and view metropoles. For some the environs are decay, trash, sadness, chaos, for others it is a solitary, quiet place amidst the noise. For many it is community, beauty, and indulgence. Whether dark, bright, isolating, inviting—each of our 21 contributors has a unique expression of The City. The broadsheet is delighted to share their words, design, painting, and illustration. 

Laguna Art Museum Auction 2017

ART AUCTION 2017: CALIFORNIA COOL

Saturday, February 4, 2017
6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Laguna Art Museum

Auction Preview Week: January 28 – February 3, 2017
Post-Auction Sale: February 5, 2017

Member Ticket (Friend Level and Above): $125
General Ticket: $150

With works by over 100 important California artists, the museum-curated Art Auction 2017 will feature original art at great prices, delicious cuisine, and creative cocktails. The evening includes a silent auction of over 100 works of art as well as an exciting live auction led by Aaron Bastian of Bonhams.

Proceeds from the art auction ensure that Laguna Art Museum continues its dedication to collecting and preserving California art, providing critically acclaimed exhibitions and enhancing art education for all.

Sponsorship opportunities available. Click here for more information.

For more information please email Director of Special Events Sarah Strozza or call 949.494.8971 x219.