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Cella Gallery is pleased to present &ldquo\;Paper &\; Pulp&rdquo\; a group exhibit of paintings\, drawings\, collage\, pr ints\, sculpture and installation made on or of paper.

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& nbsp\;&ldquo\;Paper &\; Pulp&rdquo\; features collage and cut-paper work by L. Croskey\, Ashley Fisher\, Karen Kang and Dani Vinokurov\; screen-pri nting by Paul D&rsquo\;Elia\; drawings and paintings by Tom Haubrick\, Sunn y Jinn\, Macsorro and Wiley Wallace\; and a special interactive installatio n by Ariel Deandrea. \; There will also be a selection of limited editi on artist prints and books available for the duration of the show (July 27 - Aug 23) as part of our summer art retail market.

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  \;&ldquo\;Paper &\; Pulp&rdquo\; champions the humble and often overlook ed medium of paper. \; With its multifarious uses\, forms\, textures\, sizes and strengths\, paper is one of the most versatile and utilized mediu ms for artists of almost every discipline. Whether used for jotting down id eas and sketching out preliminary drawings\, or creating a finished masterp iece of great detail and depth\, paper remains indispensable\, even under t he shadow of the computer. \; Paper&rsquo\;s inherent delicacy\, create s an intimacy for the artist and in turn the viewer. \; So\, whether it is drawn upon\, painted\, dyed\, torn\, cut\, folded or glued\; paper is s omething special.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727 GEO:34.167082;-118.374156 LOCATION:Cella Gallery\,11135 Weddington St. #112 \nNorth Hollywood\, CA 91 601 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Paper & Pulp\, L.Croskey\, Paul D'Elia\, Ashely Fisher\, Tom Haubri ck\, Sunny Jinn\, Karen Kang\, Macsorro\, Dani Vinokurov\, Wiley Wallace\, Ariel DeAndrea UID:286602 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130727T230000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727T190000 GEO:34.167082;-118.374156 LOCATION:Cella Gallery\,11135 Weddington St. #112 \nNorth Hollywood\, CA 91 601 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Paper & Pulp\, Paul D'Elia\, Ariel DeAndrea\, Ashely Fisher\, Tom H aubrick\, Sunny Jinn\, Karen Kang\, L.Croskey\, Macsorro\, Dani Vinokurov\, Wiley Wallace UID:286603 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The AndrewShire Gallery is pleased to pr esent Take Five: Series 5\, the< em> \;fifth and final exhibition in the series. This show will feature new paintings by recent Claremont Graduate School grad Chris Trueman\, and German artist Mira Schnedler\, a recent transplant from Berlin. \;

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This series of two and three-pe rson exhibitions feature Los Angeles-based artists and the improvisational interplay of their artworks.  \;Although the exhibitions are not themat ically based\, there is an interesting exchange between each artist and the ir work. \;

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< strong>Trueman and Schnedler were clearly born fr om different art worlds\, each deriving their inspiration from different ar tists and artistic sources.  \;Trueman&rsquo\;s work i s heavily influenced by American artists and art movements\, while Schnedler&rsquo\;s paintings have much more of a European feel to them. Both\, however\, freely create their work from divergent artistic app roaches while creating work that is uniquely their own. \;

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Chris Trueman nimbly and cons ciously combines the forces between hard edge lines and the organic fields of color that occupy his expansive yet immersive canvases. While his comman d of the painted surface is apparent in the formal qualities of his work\, he simultaneously questions and reconstructs the ideological precepts of li ght and space art\, hard edge and organic abstraction. \;

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Like Trueman\, Schnedler also borrows from divergent sources\, but she differs from Trueman in that she d oes not combine her disparate influences into one art piece but rather her work forms a collective whole made of different canvas\, each with their ow n style. \; The art movements of German Expressionism\, French Impressi on and gestural abstraction permeate these works. There is an order to her disorder\, and energy and charge to each piece that is clearly mastered by one artist who has not limited herself to one style but rather to one artis t&rsquo\;s own expression. \;

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AndrewShire Gallery is dedicated to the development and ex hibition of innovative contemporary art works by international and local ta lents.  \;In addition to its Los Angeles location\, the gallery establi shed an alternative space in Singapore in 2006.  \;AndrewShire continue s to push the international envelope while remaining an integral part of th e local community.  \;The gallery is located at 3850 Wilshire Boulevard #107\, Los Angeles\, CA  \;90010. AndrewShire Gallery\, Singapore\, is located at 63 Hillview Avenue #10-13\, Lamb soon Building\, Singapore\, 66 9569.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130810 GEO:34.0821315;-118.3826225 LOCATION:CMay Gallery\,8687 Melrose Ave. Space B226\nWest Hollywood\, CA 90 069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Take Five: Series 5\, Mira Schnedler\, Chris Trueman UID:287520 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130810T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130810T180000 GEO:34.0821315;-118.3826225 LOCATION:CMay Gallery\,8687 Melrose Ave. Space B226\nWest Hollywood\, CA 90 069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Take Five: Series 5\, Mira Schnedler\, Chris Trueman UID:287521 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Basically every picture we take is a self-portrait—a picture of how we feel at that moment in our lives.
—Ine z &\; Vinoodh

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Gagosian Gallery is ple ased to present a major exhibition of photographs by Inez &\; Vi noodh\, following their first exhibition with the gallery in Paris earlier this year.

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Partners in life and work for twenty-five years\, In ez &\; Vinoodh were among the first photographers to harness the full po tential of digital manipulation in portraying the human condition. Combinin g the beautiful with the bizarre\, the elegant with the extreme\, the class ical with camp\, they depict human identity as exquisite corpse\, the spiri t of transformation that has fueled the march of art history and which has become\, more than ever\, a sustaining aesthetic principle of our own time. Beginning in the early 1990s\, they have embraced and updated classical ge nres (nude\, portrait\, still life)\, inspired by hyperrealism and Pop art. Photographs created independent of commercial commissions and magazine edi torials are genre-melding and boundary-riding in form and representation. U sing the digital medium as the very tool of the uncanny\, Inez &\; Vinoo dh suggest the complex internal dynamics that lie beneath appearances\, map ping postmodern beauty in all its guises from the classical to the utterly extreme.

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Embracing a passion for flowers and the iconographically charge d still-life paintings of their Dutch heritage\, Inez &\; Vinoodh have p roduced a series of lush yet edgy flower photographs\, compositions of stra nge beauty more akin to the heightened mannerist genre of Karl Blossfeldt\, Robert Mapplethorpe\, and Nobuyoshi Araki than to classical nature studies . Envisaging these botanical ensembles with an approach that is both idiosy ncratic and exquisitely precise\, they imbue mere flowers with the force of human subjects.

Portr aits taken over the last fifteen years juxtapose the famous with the lesser or little known—from legendary actors and actresses Sophia Loren\, Clint E astwood\, Vanessa Redgrave\, and Tilda Swinton\, to the anonymous innocence of a picture-perfect baby. All reflect the complicity established with the photographers\, and the decisiveness with which Inez &\; Vinoodh captur e\, distill\, and sometimes even sublimate the individual characters. Lady Gaga is a cyborg in mirrored shades with amphibian scars\; then a slouching punk in a grubby t-shirt. A strangely inert Natalie Portman sports a black goatee literally powdered with make-up onto the photographic surface of he r lunar complexion\; a male hand tugs at her brow to wrest expression from her blank beauty as an allusion to the invention and control required for b oth acting and photography. Some images—from Stephanie Seymour's siren gaze to Mickey Rourke's rugged heft—are utterly modern and candid\, while nude studies of topical fashion models form a taxonomy of postmodern female arch etypes.

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Inez &\; Vinoodh’s photographic imaginings\, whether one or m any steps removed from reality\, frequently involve casting the subject in an unfamiliar pose or guise\, with further manipulations in post-production .  A bare-chested Ed Ruscha poses in awkward pin-up but with a knowing smil e and Bill Murray sprouts daisies from his beard\, revealing the whimsy bey ond the deadpan of his on-screen characters\, while the ideally formed Carm en Kass transforms into a three-headed beast from an unwritten fable. With their preference for disturbance and displacement\, Inez &\; Vinoodh wor k to unsettle the real and make the familiar ever strange.

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Inez &\; Vinoodh were born in 1963 and 1961\, respectively\, in Amst erdam\, The Netherlands. They met while studying art and photography. Since beginning to work together in the late 1980s\, they have created images fo r many leading international brands in luxury and fashion\, as well as regu lar editorial features for magazines such as i-D\, Interview\, Purple\, Pop\, Vanity Fair\, Vogue USA \, Vogue China\, Paris Vogue\, Vogue Hommes Inte rnational\, Vogue Italia\, Another Magazine\, Ge ntlewoman\, Visionaire\, V\, V Man\, and W. Their retrospective project Pretty Much Everything is th e most comprehensive record of their work to date. The catalogue published by Taschen is a magnificent limited-edition book in three volumes\, designe d by M/M Paris with essays by Glenn O'Brien\, Michael Bracewell\, Bruce Ste rling\, and others. The extensive travelling exhibition of the same name—wh ich mirrors the book and juxtaposes images of all genres and formats—is upd ated with new material at each new showing. "Pretty Much Everything" opened at FOAM\, Amsterdam in 2010\, traveling to Sao Paulo in 2011\, and Dallas Contemporary\, Texas in 2012. The trade edition of Pretty Much Everythi ng is currently in preparation.

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Inez &\; Vinoodh live and work i n New York.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130712 GEO:34.0696985;-118.4049777 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Beverly Hills\,456 N. Camden Dr. \nBeverly Hill s\, CA 90210 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inez & Vinoodh\, Vinoodh Matadin\, Inez van Lamsweerde UID:282549 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130712T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130712T180000 GEO:34.0696985;-118.4049777 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Beverly Hills\,456 N. Camden Dr. \nBeverly Hill s\, CA 90210 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Inez & Vinoodh\, Vinoodh Matadin\, Inez van Lamsweerde UID:282550 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

L&\;M Arts is pleased to present Labyrinth\, an exhibition o f new sculpture by New York-based artist Nick van Woert. Fascinated with th e convergence of the natural world and human intervention\, this exhibition examines the implications of the increasingly prevalent usage of synthetic s as surrogates for raw materials. Challenging historical perceptions of el ements and their properties\, his work establishes a link between seemingly antiquated notions of construction\, industrialism\, and sustainability am idst shifting societal values and consumer demands.

The artist has assembled six hanging wall sc ulptures in the West Gallery\, modeled to resemble the mappae mundi of medi eval society. Arranged as neat\, seemingly ordered compositions\, each sphe rical map holds a collection of intentionally crude bronze casts of primiti ve tools such as arrowheads and rudimentary hammers. The rough edges of the se objects bleed into blurred\, asymmetrical surfaces - insinuating that th e tools have been well worn and useful. Noticeably contrasting\, the pristi ne placement of the small\, simple tools on the globe-shaped background rec alls the fixation of Enlightenment-era explorers who glorified human techno logical advancements through the rabid plundering and ceremonious display o f common objects from far away lands.

In Garden of Forking Paths (2013\, pictured above )\, van Woert has taken a cue from the complex mappae mundi (that depicted not only geographic details of bodies of land and water\, but also sacred t exts\, city plans\, navigational charts\, historical narratives\, lists of natural resources\, etc.) to devise his own register of significant items a nd personal histories. This large\, sculptural lexicon is the sum of the ar tist's influences and ideologies. It includes casts of relevant books\, chi ldhood toys\, peace pipes\, and other meaningful objects that\, together\, helped to amass his character.

On display in the East Gallery is Course of Empire (2013 ). It consists of two hundred plexiglass boxes whose transparent casings re veal a hodgepodge of contemporary provisions. For his largest sculpture of this kind to date\, he has erected a site-specific network of AstroTurf\, g arden hoses\, asphalt shingles\, cat litter\, aquarium rocks\, dirt\, ketch up\, junk mail\, dog toys\, marzipan\, and T-shirts (to name just a few). I solating humanity's contributions to the material world\, van Woert mirrors a topography heavily informed by the colors and conditions of these man-ma de materials. He notes that we often overlook the prevalence of these items in our everyday life and built environments\, choosing instead to restrict the definition of scenery to the woods\, sea\, and mountainous backdrops t hat have long been the acceptable subjects of landscape painting. Cours e of Empire de-purposes and re-contextualizes its' contents\, suggesti ng that a picturesque structure can be built using plastics or other non-tr aditional elements. In doing so\, van Woert asks that we acknowledge and ap preciate the tremendous visual influence that materials put forth by human invention have had on our surroundings.

van Woert's sculptures are ammunition for a material rev olution that rebels against the dividing qualifiers of 'fake' and 'authenti c'. Selected for individual traits\, rather than an ability to replicate th e favored materials of antiquity\, van Woert engages the inherent aesthetic s\, palettes\, and textures of each material he chooses. By promoting a del ineated hierarchy of materials\, his work challenges us to become increasin gly aware of the artificial concoctions that populate our contemporary habi tat. Considering them to be as significant as organic elements\, his work r eveals an altered and expanded periodic table that more accurately represen ts the components to our material world.

Nick van Woert was born in Reno\, Nevada and currently resides in Brooklyn\, NY.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130712 GEO:33.990079;-118.459967 LOCATION:L&M Arts\, Los Angeles\,660 Venice Boulevard \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Labyrinth\, Nick van Woert UID:283671 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130712T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130712T180000 GEO:33.990079;-118.459967 LOCATION:L&M Arts\, Los Angeles\,660 Venice Boulevard \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Labyrinth\, Nick van Woert UID:283672 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Venice\, California - L.A. Louver is pleased to announce Rogue Wave 2013. This group exhibitio n includes 15 artists whose work encapsulates the vibrancy and excitement o f art being made in Los Angeles today. Co-curated by the gallery’s Chief Pr eparator Christopher Pate and Founding Director Peter Goulds\, this is the fifth group exhibition in L.A. Louver’s ongoing Rogue Wave program. Paintin g\, drawing\, photography and installation will be on view throughout L.A. Louver’s first and second floor galleries\, Skyroom and exterior spaces.

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Painter Sarah Awad depicts f emale nudes poised in classical form. taking an abstract and unabashed appr oach to color and brushwork.

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< span style="font-family: arial\, helvetica\, sans-serif\; font-size: small\ ;">Photographer Matthew Brandt pushes the chemical processes of the darkroom and commercial printing to dramatic effect by incorporating water sourced directly from his landscape subjects.

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Abstract painter Kent Familton combines a muted color palette and poetic line work with a sophistication of composition and form.

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In his paintings. < b>Asad Faulwell pays reverence to the unsung female freedom fighters wh o took arms against the French occupation of Algeria in the 195os and 196os . adorning them with elaborate motifs and collage elements reminiscent of M oroccan and Persian textiles.

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Sherin Guirguis reinterprets Islamic patterning in hand-cut pape r works emblazoned with ink and watercolour in bold and brilliant marks. as well as an intricately perforated large-scale wood sculpture.

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Peter Holzhauer's black- and-white. exquisitely crafted photographs document fragments of the person al\, the textural and the urban\, with sensitive visual acuity.

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Merging sculpture and photography\, < b>Farrah Karapetian stages elaborate. life-sized photograms that ghostl y silhouette soldiers in the midst of combat. accompanied with a display of military weaponry cast in resin.

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Rooted in Renaissance tradition. Laura Krifka's paintings an d sculptures portray the human body with awkward vulnerability in mysteriou s\, often psychosexual vignettes.

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In defiance of still photography. Owen Kydd composes “durati onal photographs." object-oriented video works that capture the subtle move ments of his subjects over a sustained span of time.

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Sculptor Ashley Landrum fabricates minima l geometrical structures of wood and metal tubing\, with segments concealed by patterned steel panels and fabrics.

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Painting on a 
 large scale\, Heather Gwen Martin creates tension and movement betwe
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vibrant color forms that bend across luminous linen surfaces.
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Materials are celebrated in Christopher Miles‘ cer
 amic sculptures\, as well as in a larger work constructed of paper\, paint 
 and aluminum tubing\, comprising gnarled biomorphic forms
dripping in layers of thick color.
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Sculptor. filmmaker and per
 formance artist Alison O‘DanieI creates sculptural wall reliefs 
embellished with delicate metal chain. These works are inspired by the mu sical score
commissioned for her second feature film\, “The Tuba Thie ves." the first segment of which will be projected in L.A. Louver's South G allery.
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Kim Schoenstadt fuses architectural r
 enderings. social interaction and geometric abstraction to produce a site-s
 pecific mural to cover the exterior walls of the gallery's Skyroom. A 
painting on panel with three-dimensional elements will be installed in the gallery's entryway.
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A former cartoonist. Eric Ya
 hnker reappropriates and combines popular cultural icons 
through highly detailed and realistic drawings in a form of satirical comedy.
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Rogue Wave was initiated in 2001 as a gr oup survey exhibition examining Los Angeles-based artists\, with additional editions presented in 2005\, 2007 and 2009. Following this cycle\, L.A. Lo uver launched Rogue Wave Projects\, resulting in solo exhibitions wi th Eduardo Sarabia (2009)\, Olga Koumoundouros (2010) and Matt Wedel (2010) . At the start of 2013\, we undertook our first international Rogue Wave Projects exhibition with Australian new media artist Grant Stevens. L. A. Louver’s next international project will feature work by Beijing-based p hotographer and artist Chen Man\, in January 2014. To learn more about R ogue Wave and past projects\, please visit: www.roguewaveprojects .com.

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Artists' Rec eption: Thursday July 18\, 2013 6 - 9pm at L.A. Louver\, Venice\, CA

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Thursday Night Artist Talks\, 6:30pm

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During Rogue Wave 2013\, L.A. Louver will host weekly artist talks every Thursday night at 6:30 pm\, providing visitors t he opportunity to walk through the exhibition spaces with the artists\, as they speak about their work.

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25 July: Sherin Guirguis / Owen Kydd / Kim Schoenstadt

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1 August: Asad Faulwell / Peter Holzhauer / Alison O’Daniel

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8 August: Laura Krifka / Ashley Landrum / Heather Gwen Martin

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15 August: Kent Familton / Christopher Miles / E ric Yahnker

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22 August: Sar ah Awad / Matthew Brandt / Farrah Karapetian

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As space is limited\, reservations are recommended. Plea se RSVP to (310) 822-4955 or rsvp@lalouver.com.

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DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130718 GEO:33.984684;-118.4706679 LOCATION:L.A. Louver\,45 North Venice Blvd. \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ROGUE WAVE 2013: 15 Artists from Los Angeles\, Alison O’Daniel\, Sa rah Awad\, Matthew Brandt\, Kent Familton\, Asad Faulwel\, Sherin Guirguis\ , Peter Holzhauer\, Farrah Karapetian\, Laura Krifka\, Owen Kydd\, Ashley L andrum\, Heather Gwen Martin\, Christopher Miles\, Kim Schoenstadt\, Eric Y ahnker UID:277537 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130718T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130718T180000 GEO:33.984684;-118.4706679 LOCATION:L.A. Louver\,45 North Venice Blvd. \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ROGUE WAVE 2013: 15 Artists from Los Angeles\, Sarah Awad\, Matthew Brandt\, Kent Familton\, Asad Faulwel\, Sherin Guirguis\, Peter Holzhauer\ , Farrah Karapetian\, Laura Krifka\, Owen Kydd\, Ashley Landrum\, Heather G wen Martin\, Christopher Miles\, Alison O’Daniel\, Kim Schoenstadt\, Eric Y ahnker UID:277538 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

A man faces a window. Streaks of light cross sky\, skip through glass an d illuminate his face. A bolt of brightness holds his glance\, blinding him momentarily. He is confronted by the room\, the borders of the corners\, i ts straightness. The light\, aggressive in the pursuit to intrude\, reveal speckles of dust\, little particles that wistfully float. A breath pushes t hem spinning. He sucks in his lip\, biting the bottom and tries not to brea th. Holding the air until the dull base hits just behind the ears\; the sou nd becomes interior. He hears his body. Leaning against the glass\, the wei ght of his head rests against his forearm. The palm of his hand marks the p ane. He looks outside and catches himself\, doubled.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130719 GEO:34.0880307;-118.3766156 LOCATION:OHWOW Los Angeles\,937 N. La Cienega \nLos Angeles\, CA 90069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Haptic Translations\, Justin Beal\, Elaine Cameron-Weir\, N. Dash\, Thomas Dozol\, Michel Francois\, Marlie Mul\, Michael Stipe\, Kon Trubkovi ch\, Oscar Tuazon\, Letha Wilson UID:281426 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130719T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130719T190000 GEO:34.0880307;-118.3766156 LOCATION:OHWOW Los Angeles\,937 N. La Cienega \nLos Angeles\, CA 90069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Haptic Translations\, Justin Beal\, Elaine Cameron-Weir\, N. Dash\, Thomas Dozol\, Michel Francois\, Marlie Mul\, Michael Stipe\, Kon Trubkovi ch\, Oscar Tuazon\, Letha Wilson UID:281427 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Shoshana Wayne Gallery is pleased to present a solo sho w of photographs by Yvonne Venegas.  This is Yvonne’s seco nd show with the gallery.
 
Venegas continues to investigate the notion of portraiture. This practice was instilled in the artist throu gh the work of her father- a photographer who captures various social event s in the Mexican city of Tijuana.  As a youth\, Yvonne began her exploratio n of capturing images through photographs that she took of her twin sister Julieta\, now a famous pop singer in Mexico.
 
For her curre nt exhibition\, the main gallery features 16 images taken from a body of wo rk titled  “Inedito”.  Yvonne was on set for select sessions of filming the third season of the Mexican telenovela “Rebelde”.  Most of the images are taken either at Televisa San Angel Sound Stage 3\, on location at Royal For est country club or live at concerts in the US.  The telenovela follows a g roup of students from an elite academic institution\, as several students c reate a band.  The fictional band created for the show became a national se nsation and performed live concerts to thousands of fans around the world. 
 
It is this particular notion of blurred reality that fasc inates Venegas.  In her images\, it is often unclear what is a set\, and wh at is reality.  A few images focus on the fans of the band\, who seek to em ulate the band members by mimicking their school uniform.  The irony of fic tion juxtaposed with reality becomes crystallized in many of the shots she takes.  The process of perception in understanding roles- who is an actor\, what is real\; is blurred even further in some images\, as the subjects of some photos mistake Venegas for her famous twin sister and attempt to capt ure her image while she is taking theirs.  On a larger social scale\, the t elenovela actors take on huge impact in the culture with their mass popular ity.  It is suggested that a few of the actors are paired with local politi cians in real life as strategy to boost election votes for that candidate.  Again fiction runs side by side with reality.
 
In the smal ler gallery\, Venegas chooses a selection of photographs from a recent body of work “Gestus”.  This series is currently in progress\, and the installa tion hints at the unfinished nature of the work.  In “Gestus”\, Venegas bui lds what she calls a “documentary project about portraiture” by seeking ano nymous subjects who want to be photographed as well as photographers for hi re and other amateur photographers as they document their subjects.< br /> 
Yvonne Venegas has exhibited at Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Mo nterrey Monterrey\, Mexico\; Museo De Arte Carrillo Gil\, Mexico City\, Mex ico\; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art\, San Francisco\, CA\; Nerman Muse um of Contemporary Art\, Kansas City\; Santa Monica Museum of Art\, Santa M onica\, CA\; Museum of Contemporary Art\, San Diego\, CA\; Museum des Beaux Arts\, Orleans\, France\; Bozar Museu\, Brussels. 
 
Venega s was the recipient of the Magnum Expression Photography Award in 2010 and is also featured in the first ever “Biennale Online”.

Yvonne Venegas lives and works in Mexico City \, DF.

DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130601 GEO:34.0276049;-118.4678444 LOCATION:Shoshana Wayne Gallery\,Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave.\, B1\n Santa Monica\, CA 90404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Borrando la Línea\, Yvonne Venegas UID:276826 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130601T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130601T170000 GEO:34.0276049;-118.4678444 LOCATION:Shoshana Wayne Gallery\,Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave.\, B1\n Santa Monica\, CA 90404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Borrando la Línea\, Yvonne Venegas UID:276827 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20130823 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130718 GEO:34.0335131;-118.3764207 LOCATION:Von Lintel Gallery\,2685 S. La Cienega Blvd. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Paper Plus One\, Roger Ackling\, Lowell Boyers\, Guy Corriero\, Ste phen Ellis\, Yvonne Estrada\, Rosemarie Fiore\, Arnold Helbling\, Catherine Howe\, Valerie Jaudon\, Antonio Murado\, Mark Sheinkman\, Eliza Stamps\, J oseph Stashkevetch\, Allyson Strafella\, Canan Tolon UID:285680 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The present exhibition And brings together two recent\, ongoing photographic series by Los Angeles artist Katrina Umber in her first solo show at Charlie James Gallery. As the title &ldquo\;And&rdquo\; su ggests\, the space of the photograph is continually proposed in these serie s as a means of conjunction\, a conjoining or combining of images. Images a re paired off or layered on top of one another\, two-ness and separation gi ving way to a questioning of the notion of relationality itself\, its logic al procedures and ontological implications.

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Enlarged black-and-white spl it-frame photographs comprise the Included Middle series\, in which the spa ce of one standard negative is divided in half to yield a twofold image. Se quential images are inexorably coupled by the camera\, diptychs that loosel y evoke the private narratives of everyday life as well as the formal langu age of art history: the release of white fluid from a sexual organ\, then b lack out\; the luminous appearances of a Suprematist-like square and acute triangle on shadowed walls\; Vija Celmins&ndash\;esque images of sunlight f alling on agitated waters. Alluding to Aristotle&rsquo\;s Law of the Exclud ed Middle\, which states that every proposition or its negation must be tru e\, this series suspends the structure of logic to shift the inquiry into t ruth towards the ontological. Each photograph in this series not only prese nts the capture and juxtaposition of two different moments\, but also repre sents the passage through space and time lived in between. Thus\, each phot ograph appears to affirm the presence of both the paired images as well as what those two images are not&mdash\;the passage or void created by and in between the two. The principle of the &ldquo\;Included Middle\,&rdquo\; the n\, would simply be the affirming of presence as true in and of itself: pre sence is truth.

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In contrast to the coupled images in the Included Middle series\, the photographs in Soft Mirrors entail images that overlie and ea t into others. The photographs in this series have been dually processed: b lack-and-white negatives are printed on chromogenic paper and then these pr ints are soaked in dyed water. In the resulting photographs\, faded images of indoor and outdoor scenes give way to unexpected patterns and vibrant er uptions of color. Cobalt and ultramarine blues\, violets\, vermillion\, cri mson\, and a range of siennas leech away the referential and indexical to r eveal the unpredictable yet systematic process of erosion the paper underwe nt in its watery bath. The immutable laws of chemistry dictate the dissolut ion and destruction of one image that leads to the efflorescent emergence\, a coming into being\, of yet another.

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Text by Kavior Moon

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< strong>Katrina Umber (b. 1979. Minneapolis\, MN). She received her BFA from Art Center College of Design (2004) and MFA from University of Ca lifornia Los Angeles (2010). She also attended the Skowhegan School of Pain ting and Sculpture (2011). Her work has been exhibited nationally and inter nationally\; most recently in the group show FLICKER curated by Jan Tumlir at Control Room Los Angeles. Her work is included in the Stewart and Lynda Resnik Collection and has been profiled in publications including the curre nt Fabrik. She lives and works in Los Angeles\, CA.

DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727 GEO:34.066589;-118.2382615 LOCATION:Charlie James Gallery\,969 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 9001 2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:And\, Katrina Umber UID:287033 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130727T220000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727T190000 GEO:34.066589;-118.2382615 LOCATION:Charlie James Gallery\,969 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 9001 2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:And\, Katrina Umber UID:287034 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

We may be the most restless people to date. We move around a lot. We see things remotely\, we see things at speed\, we find it hard to dwell on thi ngs. We exist in a constant state of arrival\, neither fully here nor fully there. We click through endless images\, constantly communicate through sh ifting platforms. Our jumbled experiences arrive out of order and in no par ticular order. Chronology removed\, we are left in the perpetual now.

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Wh at happens then\, when through artistic device\, the context and point of o rigin are lost? By striping down\, visually parsing the information present ed\, the viewer is left to identify with reduced space\, dwelling in the ex perience without necessarily contextualizing it. This loss of context allow s the viewer to reach a dream-like\, tranquil state with shapes and objects that are familiar and whose potential readings are now doubled and tripled through redaction. To the dreamer\, a dream is like reality and the anchor is not so much lost as it is displaced.

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Dwelling in Erasure br ings together five artists working across all media who employ acts of remo val and dislocation to suspend the viewer\, creating quieter\, contemplativ e moments allowing for reflection and simply being.

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Michael Henr y Hayden&rsquo\;s and Chris Succo&rsquo\;s works appear like a blurred memory\, faded or manipulated. Hayden&rsquo\;s use of ubiquitous domestic architecture allows the viewer to dwell in the memorie s of recorded non-moments. For Succo\, it is not what to paint\, but how to paint. While there is a layering to remove it is not random. The poetic de cision of each gesture and composition is foregrounded. The process becomes the anchor.

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Similarly\, Christopher Richmond removes t he narrative\, the story&mdash\;the very thing being told&mdash\;to focus i nstead on the telling\, the discourse. The viewer is left in a non-place\, the loop seamless\, the experience without orientation.

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Matthew Brandt&rsquo\;s and Bobbi Wood&rsquo\;s works lit erally paint over and wash away parts of the image until very little is lef t for the viewer to &ldquo\;hold on to.&rdquo\; This loss of context forces the viewer to hold tightly to what is left and from there to find a way ou t\, to make out meaning.

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*With special thanks to Tellef Tellefson\, Dwyer Kilcollin and Randall Wetzel.

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Matthew Brandt (b. 1982\, Los Angeles\, CA) received his BFA from Cooper Union in 2004 and MFA from the University of California Los Angeles in 2008. His wor k is held in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art\, NY\; The Columbus Museum of Art\; the Brooklyn Museum of Art\; the Los Ange les County Museum of Art\; the Elton John Collection\, UK\; the UBS Art Col lection\, NY\; Bidwell Projects\, Cleveland\, OH\; and the Statoil Collecti on\, UK. His first solo exhibition at M+B was selected by Modern Painters a s one of &ldquo\;The 100 Best Fall Shows&rdquo\; and reviewed in the Decemb er 2011/January 2012 edition. Other notable press includes The New Yorker\, TIME Lightbox\, Arte Fuse and Elle Dé\;cor. Brandt&rsquo\;s second s olo exhibition at M+B is scheduled for Fall 2013 and the Columbus Museum of Art will present Brandt&rsquo\;s first solo museum exhibition later this y ear. Brandt lives and works in Los Angeles.

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Michael Henry Hayden (b. 1981\, Siloam Springs\, Arkansas) received his BFA from The C ooper Union\, NY in 2004 and his MFA from the University of Southern Califo rnia in 2009. Hayden also attended the prestigious Skowhegan School of Pain ting and Sculpture. Recent solo presentations of Hayden&rsquo\;s work inclu de Steve Turner (2012) and LA>\;

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Christopher Richmond (b. 1986\, San Diego\, California) received his BFA from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in 2005 and is currently an M FA candidate at the Roski School of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California. Richmond has shown his work widely\, including exhibitions and screenings in Los Angeles\, New York\, and Europe. Most recently Richmond was featured in Aspect: The Chronicle of New Media Art and invited to parti cipate in Fotogalerie Wien&rsquo\;s exhibition\, Appropriation - Re-enactme nt\, curated by Petra Noll. Richmond currently lives and works in Los Angel es\, California.

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Chris Succo (b. 1979\, Dusseldorf\, Ge rmany) completed his MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in 2012. H e earned his Meisterschueler from Prof. Georg Herold in 2008 and his Diplom a from the Academy of Fine Arts\, Dü\;sseldorf in 2009. Succo has shown throughout Europe including solo exhibitions at DUVE Berlin\, Berlin\; Rod Barton Gallery\, London (upcoming)\; fiebach\, minninger\, Kö\;ln\; Ti dens Krav\, Oslo (upcoming)\, Kunstverein Dü\;sseldorf\; and Kunstverei n Schichtwechsel\, Liechtenstein. Recent group exhibitions include Brand Ne w Gallery in Milan\, City Gallery of Prague\, Vigo Gallery in London\, and 304 Days in Vancouver\, Canada. Succo lives and works between London and Du sseldorf.

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Bobbi Woods (b. 1973\, St. Louis\, MO) receiv ed her BFA and MFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena\, CA. Solo exhibitions of her work have been presented at Fourteen30 Contemporary\, P ortland\; Workspace\, Los Angeles\; Annie Wharton\, Los Angeles\; and 2nd C annons\, Los Angeles\; among others. Woods's work is currently included in the group exhibitions Painting in Place\, Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAN D) at Farmers &\; Merchants Bank\, Los Angeles\; More Young Americans at L&rsquo\;Enclos des Bernardins\, Paris\; and California Visual Music at Ch apman University\, Orange\, CA. Woods lives and works in Los Angeles\, and is represented by Pepin Moore and Fourteen30 Contemporary\, Portland.

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Cu ratorial statement / text by Alexandra Wetzel\, July 2013

DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727 GEO:34.066589;-118.2382615 LOCATION:Charlie James Gallery\,969 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 9001 2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dwelling in Erasure\, Matthew Brandt\, Michael Henry Hayden\, Chris Succo\, Christopher Richmond\, Bobbi Wood UID:287035 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130727T220000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130727T190000 GEO:34.066589;-118.2382615 LOCATION:Charlie James Gallery\,969 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 9001 2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dwelling in Erasure\, Matthew Brandt\, Michael Henry Hayden\, Chris topher Richmond\, Chris Succo\, Bobbi Wood UID:287036 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Couturier Gallery presents a summer exhibition of recent works and gallery inventory by artists working in a variety of m ediums.  From high resin paintings to precision paper cutting\; fine cerami cs to bronze sculptures\; and mixed media drawings to surrealistic fumage ( smoke) paintings.  Join us Saturday\, July 20\, for an afternoon opening reception from 3-5pm. 

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Special Event:  Saturday\, July 27.  Watch Antonio Muñiz demonstrate the art of fumage painting l ive in the gallery.  Muñiz will create a piece from start-to-finish using t his unusual Surrealism technique of painting with smoke. 

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Some of the featured artists are:

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 Susana Espinosa –  ceramics

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Car los Estévez – mixed media drawings

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Toni Hambleton –  cer amics

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Haruka – cut paper

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Jay Kvapil –  cerami cs

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Arturo Mallmann – acrylic &\; resin paintings

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Jorge Marín – bronze sculptures

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Antonio Muñiz – fumag e &\; oil paintings

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Gertrud &\; Otto Natzler –  ceramics

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Olga Seem – ink &\; acrylic drawings

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Kevin Jay Stanton – cut paper

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Maritta Tapanainen – pape r collage

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For additional information plea se contact the gallery: cg@couturiergallery.com

DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0754701;-118.3438827 LOCATION:Couturier Gallery\,166 N. La Brea Ave. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer - Like It Hot\, Group Show UID:283803 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T170000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T150000 GEO:34.0754701;-118.3438827 LOCATION:Couturier Gallery\,166 N. La Brea Ave. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer - Like It Hot\, Group Show UID:283804 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Frank Lloyd Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the group exhibition Polyform: Larry Bell\, Scot Heywood \, Gustavo Pé\;rez\, and Mark Pharis. Presenting examples of pai nting and ceramic sculpture\, this show illustrates the shared principles o f sequencing\, spatial and geometric relationships\, and repetition. Consis ting of multiple elements or engaging with the concept of multiplicity\, th ese works heighten viewers' awareness of the space they occupy.< br />
Polyform
includes examples of Vapor Drawings by Lar ry Bell\, and the works on display demonstrate the impact of repet ition as a compositional device. Their horizontal planes have a geometric p recision\, while the subtle gradations of metallic particles move the eye r hythmically through the pieces. Like tapestries woven from light\, the band s of these works interlace themselves into a cohesive image.

The contemporary painter Scot Heywood is presenting work from his "Piano Paintings" series &ndash\; a group of works that features simpl e arrangements of multiple panels. Painted in rich primary colors\, the cri sp lines of the rectangular panels are precisely offset. \; \;These cool counterbalances create a heightened spatial awareness and work to imp licate the wall-space into the paintings themselves.

Mexican cer amic artist Gustavo Pé\;rez is represented by a larg e-scale installation titled Triangulo. This piece is composed of d ozens of small cylinders\, each cut at a precise angle and placed in face-t o-face opposition. The sculpture forms an equilateral triangle\, based in g eometry but simultaneously alluding to minimal art and optical illusion. Ot her examples of his works seem to be part architecture\, part mathematical pattern\, and part lyrical movement.

The contemporary ceramist < strong>Mark Pharis
frequently works in series\, with artworks that emphasize the interrelationship of multiple elements. Based in a casual ge ometry and using a restrained glaze palette\, the pieces included in Po lyform reflect the artist's interest in architecture. Their sculptural forms work in concert\, playing with spatial relationships.

By presenting contem porary ceramic sculpture alongside painting\, Polyform seeks to ex plore how disparate mediums can share common formal and theoretical concern s. Utilizing repetition\, sequencing\, and spatial and geometric relationsh ips\, these four artists investigate how viewers perceive their artworks an d the space they occupy.

DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0276049;-118.4678444 LOCATION:Frank Lloyd Gallery\,Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave.\, B5B\nSa nta Monica\, CA 90404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Polyform \, Larry Bell\, Scot Heywood\, Gustavo Perez\, Mark Pharis UID:287048 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T170000 GEO:34.0276049;-118.4678444 LOCATION:Frank Lloyd Gallery\,Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave.\, B5B\nSa nta Monica\, CA 90404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Polyform \, Larry Bell\, Scot Heywood\, Gustavo Perez\, Mark Pharis UID:287049 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0663502;-118.2384334 LOCATION:Jancar Gallery\,961 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 90012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Katia Santibanez UID:284581 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T180000 GEO:34.0663502;-118.2384334 LOCATION:Jancar Gallery\,961 Chung King Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 90012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Katia Santibanez UID:284582 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Inspired by recent travels to Paris\, Katherine Cone Gallery is pleased to present a summer group exhibition\, titled \;Rouge. \;The exhibition consists of original works of ar t that will include the color red by renowned artists \;Edith B aumann\, \;Sean Cheetham\, \;John Eden\, \;EL MAC\, Shepard Fairey\, \;John Van Hamersveld\, \;Brad Howe\,  \;Eric Pedersen\, \;DeWain Valentine\ , \;and Suzan Woodruff.

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Rouge\, The French wor d for "red\,&rdquo\; is a color commonly associated with passion\, fire\, b eauty\, danger\, sacrifice\, anger\, and in some places happiness. It can b e used as an expression\, as in &ldquo\;seeing red&rdquo\; meaning to be en raged. Likewise\, it can be a symbol of love and entertainment\, such as th e Moulin Rouge\, a Paris cabaret known for it&rsquo\;s seductive dancing an d \;famously marked by the red windmill on its roof. \;

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Whe ther it means anger to one or love to another or is envied simply for the b eauty of the pigment itself\, the color red carries a powerful energy with it. Each of these ten artists has defined in their own context what the col or red signifies to them. Please join us for a reception for the artists&nb sp\;Saturday\, July 20th\, from \;6-9 p.m. \;TheRouge \;exhibition will run from \;July 20th until August 24th\, 2013. \;

DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0339045;-118.3766384 LOCATION:Katherine Cone Gallery\,2673 La Cienega Boulevard \nLos Angeles\, CA 90034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Rouge\, Suzan Woodruff\, Edith Baumann\, Sean Cheetham\, John Eden\ , Shepard Fairey\, John van Hamersveld\, Brad Howe\, El Mac\, Eric Pedersen \, DeWain Valentine UID:286750 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T180000 GEO:34.0339045;-118.3766384 LOCATION:Katherine Cone Gallery\,2673 La Cienega Boulevard \nLos Angeles\, CA 90034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Rouge\, Edith Baumann\, Sean Cheetham\, John Eden\, Shepard Fairey\ , Brad Howe\, El Mac\, Eric Pedersen\, DeWain Valentine\, John van Hamersve ld\, Suzan Woodruff UID:286751 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Kopeikin Gallery presents artist Kerry Skarbakka&rsquo\;s first solo exh ibition with the Gallery. "Ten Years of Falling"\, a significant selection of work from his long term project\, &ldquo\;The Struggle to Right Oneself< strong>"\, opens with a reception for the artist on Saturday\, Jul y 20th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm and continues through September 7th. The exhib ition is free and open to the public.

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 \;In his ongoing series\, Ska rbakka\, with the aid of climbing gear and other rigging\, photographs hims elf perpetually falling to an uncertain fate in a series of ambiguous narra tives. Skarbakka's images portray the artist hurling himself through glass windows\, leaping off train trestles\, plummeting down flights of stairs an d toppling off ladders. Without a concrete conclusion\, these images leave one to wonder if you are the witness to a suicide\, fatal accident or darin g escape. These images stand as ominous messages and reminders that we are all vulnerable to losing our footing and grasp. Moreover\, they convey the primal qualities of the human condition as a precarious balancing act betwe en the struggle against our desire to survive and out fantasy to transcend our humanness.

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 \;&ldquo\;I continually return to questions regardin g the nature of control and its effects on this perceived responsibility\, since beyond the basic laws that govern and maintain our equilibrium\, we l ive in a world that constantly tests our stability in various forms." - Ker ry Skarbakka

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Kerry Skarbakka is a visual artist and educator working in photography and video. He received his B.A. in 1994 from the University of Washington School of Art and in 2003 completed his MFA in Photography from Columbia College in Chicago. Including a solo exhibition at the Museum of C ontemporary Art in Chicago\, Skarbakka's work has been exh ibited in numerous national and international exhibitions. He has received funding and support from the Creative Capital Foundation\, the 1% for the A rts (City of Seattle) and the Illinois Arts Council. Publi cations include Afterimage\, Art and America\, ArtReview International and Aperture Magazine.

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 \;< /p> DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0329289;-118.3748082 LOCATION:Kopeikin Gallery\,2766 South La Cienega Blvd \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ten Years of Falling\, Kerry Skarbakka UID:284585 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T180000 GEO:34.0329289;-118.3748082 LOCATION:Kopeikin Gallery\,2766 South La Cienega Blvd \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ten Years of Falling\, Kerry Skarbakka UID:284586 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20130824 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720 GEO:34.0329289;-118.3748082 LOCATION:Kopeikin Gallery\,2766 South La Cienega Blvd \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Desaturated Rainbow\, Alison Blickle\, Amir H Fallah\, Wendell Glad stone\, Sherin Guirguis\, Dani Tull\, Feodor Voronov\, Justin Ahmrein\, Mic ah Ganske\, Norm Paris\, Colette Robbins\, Michael Schall\, Heeseop Yoon UID:284587 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130720T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005902 DTSTART:20130720T180000 GEO:34.0329289;-118.3748082 LOCATION:Kopeikin Gallery\,2766 South La Cienega Blvd \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 034 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Desaturated Rainbow\, Justin Ahmrein\, Alison Blickle\, Amir H Fall ah\, Micah Ganske\, Wendell Gladstone\, Sherin Guirguis\, Norm Paris\, Cole tte Robbins\, Michael Schall\, Dani Tull\, Feodor Voronov\, Heeseop Yoon UID:284588 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR