The way the Morning Broke was Quite Unusual
ANNIE WHARTON LOS ANGELES is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibit at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, opening November 18 in conjunction with the PDC’s Design Loves Art programming. The show, entitled The Way the Morning Broke was Quite Unusual, will feature works by Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir Alika Cooper, John Espinosa, Peter Harkawik, Davida Nemeroff, Mary Anna Pomonis, Lina Theodorou, and Bobbi Woods. The exhibition’s title is stolen from a conversation Wharton had with artist John Espinosa, who used a Front 242 song of the same name to title his most recent installation.
AWLA will initially operate as a “roving gallery” on the 2nd floor preceding a move into its more permanent home within the PDC in 2011. The first exhibit will be held in Suite B275.