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Exhibition Detail
Strange Comfort
Curated by: Conchi Sanford
252-D S. Main St.
Pomona, CA 91766


January 11th - January 25th
Opening: 
January 11th 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Strange Comfort, Strange Comfort
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dA CENTER FOR THE ARTS Presents:

Strange Comfort

An LGT! Production

January 11 –25, 2014

252 South Main Street, Pomona, CA 91767

Opening Reception

Saturday, January 11, 2014, 5:00–9:00 p.m.

Video Reception

Saturday, January 18, 2014, 6:00–9:00 p.m.

Closing Reception

Saturday, January 25, 2014, 6:00–9:00 p.m.

Free Events

POMONA, CA--The dA CENTER FOR THE ARTS

LGT! Presents Strange Comfort at the dA Center for the Arts in Pomona, CA

LGT! is a SoCal artist organization pulling from the resources of its individual members

to create exhibitions, collaborations, and alternative presentations of art. The exhibition

features a mix of eight contemporary Los Angeles based artists.

Strange Comfort

Opening January 11th

exhibition that will run through January 25th.

Artists include Betsy Lohrer Hall, Chuck Feesago, Conchi Sanford, Jacqueline Bell

Johnson, Ivan M. Farmer, Mihyang Kim, Sara Dehghan, Seth Hawkins and Yoony Lee

Takeuchi.

The show must go on and it will. Throughout the month, LGT! will expand on this

theme with events of both film and performance.

January 18th will feature an ensemble of video artists curated by Curtis Stage from 6 – 9

pm. In addition there will be a series of performances led by Takeshi Kanemura during

the closing show on January 25th

“I’m strangely comfortable with it.”

Strange Comfort is just that, it is a show that is meant to solicit and conjure a connection

that imparts a creative feeling of emotional stability. It taps into the creativity of the

viewer and conveys a look into a different world. The choice of artists could not be more

diverse but the one true facet that weaves them together is the strange comfort their

pieces evokes.

The work presents possibility and affirmation, some through personal introspection

while others are responding to current times. The spectator and artist share common

experiences that shape their ability to transform themselves from one situation, or one

piece of art to the next.

 from 5 pm to 9 pm at the dA Center for Arts in Pomona is a new

 from 6 – 9 pm.

Both monumental and intimate in scale, the exhibits encompassing sculptures,

installations, paintings and drawings, are playful and provocative, transforming familiar

items into exquisite works of art.

Out of the ordinary everyday icons of our modern world one can find a deeper meaning,

infused with the uniqueness of our own beliefs, understanding and preconceptions. And

often enough, you end up finding the past in the modern, bringing a sense of comfort

within its strangeness.

Each artist will create an immersive experience in a separate part of the gallery soliciting

a response from the viewer, enticing them to touch, feeling a longing to be near it and

reveling in the feelings coursing through their veins. Strange Comfort is meant to evoke a

strange comfortable feeling capitalizing on the psychology of human nature begging you

back to take a closer look while looking around to see who is watching you.

For more information contact:

dA Center for the Arts at (909) 397-9716

Or find us on the web at:

http://lgtart.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/LGTArt

https://www.facebook.com/ThedACenterfortheArts

http://daartcenter.org/


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