In Association with MOPLA. A two gallery exhibit of landscape works by photographers and painters.
Photographers: Jeff Alu, Malika Sqalli, Leonard Monje, Amina Bech, Claudio Santini, Shannon Rowland, Paul Golightly, Frank Schlegel, Tatiana Botton, Ray PinjanthukPainters: Joshua Elias, David Skinner, Marjorie Moskowitz, Matt Shane, Jim Holyoak, Gay Summer Rick, Jessika Cardinahl, Airom, Kathy Ikerd, Philip Vaughan, Danielle Eubank, Paul Roux, Anna Bruinsma, Michelle Neilsen, Ashley Wilson
RECEPTIONS AND LOCATIONS:
|SANTA MONICA: Bleicher/Golightly, 1431 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401
+1 310 878 2784 BGartDealings.com
Reception: Saturday April 2nd, 6-10pm
GALLERY HOURS: 1-7pm Sunday-Wednesday, 1-11pm Thursday- Saturday, or by appointment.
Runs: March 22- April 16th, 2011
|WEST LA: Blue 5 Gallery, 2935 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Reception: Saturday April 9th 2011, 6-10pm
GALLERY HOURS: 10-3pm Wed-Fri and by appointment.
Runs: April 1- May 4th, 2011
Leonard Monje, firstname.lastname@example.org
+1(310) 663 5416
Shannon Rowland, ShannonRowlandPhoto@gmail.com
+1 (310) 625 7563
Om Bleicher, email@example.com
+1 (310) 237 6423
In Association with Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), Bleicher/Golightly and Blue Five Gallery, are pleased to present “Scapes,” a two-gallery exhibit comparing contemporary photographs with contemporary paintings. Stemming from the landscape tradition, the exhibit features works that have strong roots in traditional landscape approaches, while pushing the genre into more subjective, conceptual and expressive territory.
“Scapes” is a unique dialogue of photography and painting that reconciles contemporary and traditional aesthetics. Many of the photographers employ approaches more common to painters, as can be seen in the mist of colors drifting over Jeff Alu’s haunting barren scenes. In contrast painters Danielle Eubank and Michelle Nielsen capture frozen moments in an environment more common to photography. David Skinner will for the first time combine elements of his sought after rural California scenes with his introspective personal series.
A comparison of photography and painting, the traditional and contemporary, the subject and the environment, “Scapes” promises to be both appealing and controversial to lovers and followers of each genre. The exhibit will take part across two galleries and a separate reception and events will be held at each gallery. See bgartdealings.com for the full exhibit schedule.