Time Writers from the Mirror Horizon curated by Gabie Strong

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Time Writers from the Mirror Horizon curated by Gabie Strong
Curated by: Gabie Strong

932 Chung King Road
Los Angeles, CA 90012
July 7th, 2007 - August 4th, 2007
Opening: July 7th, 2007 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

(213) 626-2524
Wed - Sat 12-6; by app't


Opening + Performance + Out of traction and back in action + Others

"Time Writers from the Mirror Horizon"
Opening and Performance - this Saturday, July 7th, 7-10pm

Join us this Saturday, July 7th (07/07/07!) as we host a reception for "Time Writers from the Mirror Horizon" a show curated by LA-based artist Gabie Strong. The exhibition will feature the work of Andy Alexander, Kent Familton, Wendy Heldmann, Kathleen Johnson, Alice Konitz, Tracy Nakayama, Gina Osterloh, Sean Sullivan, Kristine Thompson and Jeremy Yoder who will be using the gallery located at 5006 ½ York Blvd. as a starship for explorations of time and space. Some might consider the word "landscape" as a proper painterly term to describe some of the work presented in this show, as an analogy for the curious rub between past, present, and future; others will just say, "far out!" We'll also have an opening sound performance by Sharon Cheslow and Steven Kim. Print out a .pdf reminder for your icebox.

The show will run from July 7th until August 4th. We have another set of performances planned for the closing featuring LA based New Zealander Helga Fassonaki as well as the musician Tom Watson.

Gallery open again
After a short break where we attended to the delivery of a future gallery intern (future like in say, 16 years) David Patton Los Angeles will resume regular business hours (after the opening 'natch) on Thursday the 12th of July. Those hours are Th-Sat. 12-6pm.

Other exhibitions to be seen with your eyes
The Glendale College Art Gallery is currently presenting a show of new sculptures from Carlos Mollura and Chris Nichols. More info on this exhibition can be 
found here. The show runs until the middle of August. Also, Austrian artist Hans Schabus has an exhibition at Site Santa Fe.

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