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The Art of Human Experience

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Without I Won't Survive, 2010 Oil on Canvas 48 X 36
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Rapture, 2010 Waxed African Bubinga Hardwood 25.5 X 30
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Key Man, 2010 Photography 24" X 30"
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Goodbye To My Heart Tonight, 2010 Oil on Canvas 48x48 © 2010
The Art of Human Experience

1310 Pacific Coast Highway
2nd Floor
Hermosa Beach, CA 90266
October 7th, 2010 - December 31st, 2010
Opening: October 7th, 2010 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.lyfeyogacenter.com/ArtOfHuman...
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
other
EMAIL:  
events@LYFEyogacenter.com
PHONE:  
(310)374-5933
OPEN HOURS:  
call for appointment at (310)658-4535
TAGS:  
literary, spiritual, Ramayana, India, photography, mixed-media, digital, video-art, performance, surrealism, abstract, modern, sculpture
COST:  
free

DESCRIPTION

Recognizing the power of contemporary art to convey intangible concepts, LYFE Yoga Center is hosting an innovative way to experience the magic of yoga. “The Art of Human Experience”, a show of never before seen works by established artists, reinterprets a 2000-year old text from India, the Ramayana. Photography, sculpture, paint, music and dance create an immersive experience, bringing new life to ancient wisdom and bringing communities together to foster mutual understanding through the arts.

Announcing the opening of "The Art of Human Experience," a one-night event celebrating and unveiling
new works from 10 rising and established artists in diverse medium.
In direct response to the curator's call for a reinterpretation of the ancient text of the 2000 year old epic poem
Ramayana.
Artists from several generations and places on the planet rose to the challenge and produced new works
in photography, sculpture, paint and music to create an immersive experience.
Translations of the 2000-year old epic poem from India - the Ramayana, are explored from various artistic
view points bringing new life to ancient wisdom and new thoughts for interpretation.

Open through December 31, 2010 by appointment: (310) 658-4535.