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Exhibition Detail
Music At Sunset
Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave
space G8A
Santa Monica, CA 90404


February 20th, 2011 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
 
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EVENT TYPE:  
Performance
WEBSITE:  
http://bgartdealings.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
santa monica/venice
EMAIL:  
om@bgartdealings.com
PHONE:  
310-906-4211
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday-Saturday 11.30-6 pm
TAGS:  
live music, music
COST:  
free
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Music At Sunset

 

Hamilton Galleries & Bleicher/Golightly in Santa Monica are pleased to announce “Music At Sunset.” An eclectic evening
of live music every month, featuring a blend of  jazz, classical, and world music acts.
Sunday, February 20th, from 4 - 7pm, will feature a live performance by guitarist Barry Dubin; featured on Time Warner Cable’s
music channel: “Soundscapes”, Dubin has a collection of instrumentals that emphasize rapturous improvisation; their spontaneous
quality makes for an engrossing live music experience.

 

Also featured: Malek Vossough; An LA born multi-instrumentalist specializing in middle-eastern
traditional music and fusion, will be performing with Percussionist Thomas Flint. Both have been a performing members of
the UCLA Ethnomusicology Near-Eastern Music Ensemble for many years and have performed together at numerous
community and professional venues.
This month's show will be held to accompany the upcoming solo exhibition at Bleicher/Golightly by Stephen Anderson,
“Keep Life Simple;”a collection of detail obsessive 3D collages and psychologically poignant multimedia displays
which dissect and redefine his experience of postmodern life.
The Hamilton Galleries will feature four Los Angeles based artist working in mixed media.
Carol Powell: mixed media textiles are drawn from autobiographical recall that is at once hallucinatory, funny and touching.
Warren Long: new series of large still-life oil paintings unabashedly explore the beauty and profound energy within our
natural world.
Robert Toll : sculptures combine his signature steel with found objects, while complex they remain aesthetically pleasing.
Jeff Cahill : untamed expressionistic mixed media paintings produce a fine balance between figurative and abstraction.
for further information please contact Leigh Hamilton 310 4519983
http://www.hamiltongalleries.com

 


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