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This fall, ADC Contemporary Art Gallery is delighted to announce the Grand Opening of its New Gallery space at the Art District of Downtown Los Angeles with “En-LAces”, an exhibition of 4 International Contemporary artists, an opening reception will be held on October 16th, 2009 from 6:30pm to 10pm at the new Factory Art Complex.
October 16th, - November 17th. 2009.
August 1st, 2009- Over the last year the world has witnessed an emergency of exceptional contemporary art from China and the rest of Asia as well as South and Central America, who has been stunning audiences with its skills and voice.
This is why ADC Contemporary Art Gallery ( Artdecollectors Gallery) is so delighted to announce the Grand Opening of its new Gallery Space in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles Art District, CA, USA, dedicated to promote emerging , middle career and well known international and national artists.
The gallery opens with “En-Laces”, a fabulous exhibition of 4 International artists from Japan, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina. Show will run from October 16th. to November 17th. . 2009.
The Opening of the gallery comes after the success that ADC Contemporary Art gallery has experience in Long Beach’s art scene , making the art district grow with the presence of International artists.
After wowing audiences with the International Art Exchange Program BUILDING BRIDGES, in partnership with The Institute of Culture of Baja California, Mexico, ADC Contemporary Art Gallery placed artworks into public, private and corporate collections, as well as continuing exhibit and traveling with the shows to different countries.
Now we are honored to introduce to you “En-Laces”, our first exhibit in our new amazing space featuring the international well known artists :
CHIYOMI TANEIKE LONGO/ Japan - Chiyomi's work is based on the balancing of materials oil, charcoal, etc; Japanese brush paintings and western abstraction; and content; often structured, sometimes choatic, with biomorphic forms. However it is always about nature and about the opposition of natural forces; male/female, sound/silence, etc, and especially the blending of her two cultures; Japanese/American....
FRANCISCO ROMERO/ Mexico-
Romero lives and work in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. With his intense strokes out of different materials he captivated the complexion and caos of the soul. The metaphore of the eternity into the metaphisical circle of life.....
ARIEL KUPFER / Argentina - an argentinean artist who lives in Paris where he explores the possible relationships between water and rock as alchemistic processes of dissolution and solidificaiton. From there he builds his bridges, concepts and laces, the imagination and matter out of metal. His universe is an exceptional invitation to travel through matter's poetic intimacies.
CARLOS TORRES/ Colombia - a native of Bogotá, Colombia. Torres's experience with different materials and methods accounts for his mixed media works of art. While his canvases have a textured, primitive surface and a muted color palette, he implements modernist shapes and designs. The circle, square and cross are common motifs in his work, but the forms that most repeat are parallel vertical rectangles. They not only suggest upward mobility, but division or a path.
Fundamentally and spiritually, the line, the lace represents the connectedness- the thread that ties objects , concepts and individuals together .
In this Exhibit “En-Laces” you will find an Intercultural thread in an essentially and conceptual way.
ADC Contemporary Art Gallery is now located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles at the ART FACTORY COMPLEX in the Art District.
The Gallery established in 2005, is dedicated to the promotion of national and international contemporary artists, providing quality and original art for established and emerging collectors as well as a variety of International Art Exchanges, art residences and workshops programs for artists.
ADC Contemporary Art Gallery open doors on its new space on October 16h, at 6.30 pm. for details and reservations call:
323-893-5786 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org