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The way the Morning Broke was Quite Unusual

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20101103233455-cake
Cake, 2010 Gouache On Paper 13 X 16 © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Nude with Fruit, 2010 Gouache On Paper © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Joan (Clapping), 2010 Gouache On Paper 6 X 9 Inches
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Even When, 2010 Folded Poster 27 X 20.5 Inches © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Untitled, 2010 Folded Poster, Paint 27 X 20.5 Inches © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Hold, 2010 Videostill © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Loan, 2006 Videostill © The Artist, EMST (Athens), and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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Esoterics and Crystal Cathedrals, 2010 Acrylic On Canvas 36 X 70 © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
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The Bridge, 2010 Inkjet Print 20 X 16, Edtion Of 3, 1 A/P © The Artist and Annie Wharton Los Angeles
The way the Morning Broke was Quite Unusual

8687 Melrose Avenue
Suite B275
Los Angeles, CA 90069
November 18th, 2010 - January 12th, 2011
Opening: November 18th, 2010 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.wharton-espinosa.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
west hollywood/b.h.
EMAIL:  
contact@wharton-espinosa.com
PHONE:  
Mobile: 310-903-9566
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Fri 11-6 and by appointment
TAGS:  
photography, mixed-media, installation, video-art, conceptual, figurative, sculpture
COST:  
Free

DESCRIPTION

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.

The web address for AWLA is www.anniewhartonlosangeles.com, and the phone number for the gallery is 305-905-9304. Press and general inquiries can be made directly to: info@anniewhartonlosangeles.com.