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Bringing the Past to Light: New Art from Old Images
Curated by: Linda Hoag, Deborah Thomas
200 East Avenue 43
Highland Park, CA 90042


May 17th, 2009 - May 17th, 2009
Opening: 
May 17th, 2009 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
 
The Electric Fruit, Benjamin PageBenjamin Page, The Electric Fruit,
May 17- June 14, 2009, installation
© Benjamin Page
Former site of the Pacific Electric Railway with succulents, South Pasadena, CA, Susan LutzSusan Lutz,
Former site of the Pacific Electric Railway with succulents, South Pasadena, CA,
photography
© Susan Lutz
El Alisal 2009, Cidne Hart, Kevin HassCidne Hart, Kevin Hass, El Alisal 2009,
photography
© Hart/Hass
, From Here to There (collective)From Here to There (collective)
© From Here to There
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NEIGHBORHOOD:  
eagle rock/highland park
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Arroyo Arts Collective
TAGS:  
mixed-media, photography, installation, performance, conceptual, sculpture
> DESCRIPTION

“Bringing the Past To Light:  New Art from Old Images,” an exhibition project by artists working in new media, will open at the historic home of Charles Lummis in conjunction with Museums of the Arroyo Day on May 17.  Contemporary artists who work in installation, performance, music, video, and new media or other fine arts practices were asked by the Arroyo Arts Collective, a local arts organization, to develop temporary projects using images taken from old photographs of Northeast Los Angeles and to install or perform their work at El Alisal.  El Alisal, Lummis’s hand-built nineteenth-century home, is situated on grounds planted as a water-wise garden and operated in Highland Park by the Historical Society of Southern California.  The purpose of the Collective’s project is to create an innovative mix of past, present and future visions of the Arroyo area, calling to mind the bohemian sensibility of Lummis’s circle and/or inventing scenarios of Arroyo life yet to be.


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