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Drive-By-Art Los Angeles was/is an amazing outside public art exhibition organized by Warren Neidich, Renee Petropoulos, Michael Slenske and Anuradha Vikram. DRIVE-BY-ART (Public Art in This Moment of Social Distancing), an outdoor public art exhibition that is experienced from the safety and intimacy of one’s own automobile.Find out more »
WEST LA: MAY 30th-31st West of Western Avenue including Crenshaw, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, West Adams, Culver City, Inglewood, Mid City, Mid-Wilshire, Venice, Mar Vista, Marina Del Rey, Palms, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Westwood, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Beverly Wood and Century City.
Times: 12-6pm + night viewings at select locations Saturday, May 30th, 8pm-midnight
Drive-By-Art was created by Warren Neidich, a conceptual artist, theorist and organiser. He is the founding director of Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art and the American editor of Archive Books, Berlin and Milan.
“How does materiality represent who we are? Does the material you use dictate who you are as a maker? How does medium speak to who you are as an individual?”
In the exhibition Material Identity, 27 artists and makers from 3 countries and 16 states explore the substance of material, paying special attention to their place in the world, either from a focus inward, or how they identify in society at large. This international exhibition was juried by Jiseon Lee Isbara, Otis College of Art and Design, and Jessica Kooiman Parker, Boulder Dairy Art Center.Find out more »
The Book as Art v. 8.0: Infinity
Jurors: Bexx Caswell-Olson, Ann Kresge, Joe Sanders
Friday, Aug. 28 | 7–9 pm
A book begins as a small mass of material, formed and pressed into life by ideas, words, and machines. A concept becomes thought, becomes word, becomes book, becomes sculpture. From the tactile complexity of handmade paper, to the alteration of existing volumes, to a variety of other materials and concepts, these objects, in an increasingly digital world, stubbornly survive. The objects in this exhibition will interpret the concept of the book and invite the viewer to look beyond the printed page to where word has become form.
The Book as Art v. 8.0: Infinity will be presented online until further notice.
However, the exhibition will be installed at the Decatur Branch of the DeKalb County Public Library, in anticipation that the Periodicals Gallery at the Decatur Library may be open for limited viewing before the advertised end of the exhibition (October 17).
Virtual programming is in development to supplement and enhance viewer experience.Find out more »
I am thrilled to be participating in: Tarfest is a free multidisciplinary festival produced to provide artists performance/exhibition opportunities and audiences from all over Los Angeles with unique arts programming in the Miracle Mile District.cing Aret Exhibition As significant transitions are evolving on multiple fronts, we are examining and redefining our relationships with one another as well as the physical space we occupy. Recognizing this historic time, the artists of Tarfest 2020’s “Transition” open call juried exhibition respond to core…Find out more »
CONGRATULATIONS 2020 CALIFORNIA OPEN ACCEPTED ARTISTS
Juror Kate Mothes selected 101 unique objects of fine art from 99 artists.
Nearly 1,000 entries were submitted to the artist call.
The 2020 California Open displays at TAG in all of our downstairs galleries from September 9 — October 1. Fine art viewings are available by appointment only until Stay Home orders are lifted for Los Angeles. Please call or email the gallery for more information.Find out more »