Homeira and Arnold Goldstein celebrate 2020 Perfect Vision, while hosting a benefit for Lita Albuquerque who lost the majority of her artwork in the Woolsey fire in November of 2018.
Read the full Event Feature on the Upcoming Events Page (under the Features drop-down). Enjoy 2020 Perfect Vision, Video Installations by Lita Albuquerque. The event is hosted and sponsored by Homeira and Arnold Goldstein; Homeira Style Creative Cuisine will be served. RSVP HERE – Eventbrite Reservation Required or email firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-379-5800; Admission ranges from $400 – $1,000; Refund Policy: No Refunds; Event begins: 7:00pm; Residence of Arnold & Homeira Goldstein, Address Provided Upon Completed RSVP; https://www.time4art.us
Castell Art Space celebrates the art of J.Vint, and David A. Wade with a two person exhibition titled “Art of Wood.” On view: April 25-28, 2019; Art Party: 6-9pm; Castelli Art Space, 5428 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; http://www.castelliartspace.com
April 25, 2019:
An experience with Urs Fischer’s PLAY is not an encounter with inert objects, but a dance with capricious partners. Nine office chairs of differing colors and with mercurial personalities zoom around a gallery, each inviting the viewer into an impenetrable pas de deux. The chairs, constructed masses of wires and sensors, are equipped with a functioning AI that determines and learns from each encounter they have. As the exhibition progresses, their actions will become more and more refined until they eventually become so graceful that their artificial origin can be obscured. PLAY is a technologically advanced work, yet it is one that seeks to transcend the novelty of its creation.
April 26-28 & May 2-5, 2019:
April 26, 2019:
James Wright Gallery is proud to announce Bittersüß, an exhibition of works by German born artists Benjamin Burkard and Christoph Rode. Both artists using montage to disassociate with the constraints of time and tangible narratives. Art Party: 7-9pm; James Wright Gallery, 818 S Spring Street, LA; https://jameswrightgallery.com/
April 27, 2019:
LA Goal, a Culver City based non-profit that serves adults with developmental disabilities presents “Good Natured” and exhibition that showcases art that is inspired by, related to, or in appreciation of nature. Celebrate the work of artists with and without disabilities. Wine, sparkling water, and light snacks/refreshments will be served. Find out more on the Event Feature (on the Upcoming Events Page). This is a one-day pop-up show. Event runs: 11am – 4pm; The Helms Design Center, 8745 Washington Blvd, Culver City, 90232; http://.lagoal.org ==============================
April 27, and 28, 2019:
Grand Park’s weekend-long spring arts experience, Grand Park’s Our L.A. Voices takes place April 27, and 28, 2019.
The Pop-up Arts + Culture Fest is a regional arts gathering that focuses exclusively on the diverse and powerful artistic talent in Los Angeles County. This free arts fest will feature short film, dance, music, spoken word and theatre performances, as well as visual art by L.A. artists. Find out more about this event on the Event Feature. Event runs: 11am – 5:00pm; Grand Park, 200 N. Grand Ave., LA, 90012; https://grandparkla.org
April 27, 2019:
At Bergamot…Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents “rEVOLVEd,” Adonna Khare’s sixth solo exhibition with the gallery featuring new drawings. The exhibition officially opened on April 20th, but the artist’s reception is tonight. On view: April 20 – June 1, 2019; Art Party: 4-6pm; Lora Schlesinger Gallery, 2525 Michigan Ave B5b, Santa Monica, CA 90404; http://www.loraschlesinger.com/ ==============================
April 27, 2019:
There are several art receptions taking place tonight in Culver City.
5-7pm: Anat Ebgi (2660 S. La Cienega Blvd) offers an exhibition titled “Book Paintings” featuring the art of Robert Russells. Then at its AE2 space (2680 S. La Cienega Blvd), enjoy the photography of Jo Ann Callis.
5-8pm: Zevitas Marcus (2754 S. La Cienega Blvd)presents “The Influencers Mean No Harm,” an exhibition of new paintings on canvas by Daniel B. Dias.
6-8pm: Also on Washington Boulevard – East of La Cienega...FP Contemporary is pleased to announce the inaugural Los Angeles solo exhibition for Carlos Ramirez titled “Lost in Paradise,” featuring his most recent paintings. “Lost in Paradise” features Carlos’ new works that are inspired by nature and the chance encounters that occur. Carlos’ loose application and deep layers add a sense of movement and direction. The effect of blending and layers creates an aspect of chance, or chaos that is always present in nature. On view: April 27, 2019 – June 8, 2019; Art Party: 6 – 8pm; FP Contemporary, 5835 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232;
6-9pm:Stay on Washington Blvd, but head west (back across LA Cienega)…Thinkspace (6009 Washington Blvd.) celebrates new works by Southern Californian-born artist Casey Weldon in “Latent Content.” Concurrently on view in Thinkspace’sproject room is CDMX, featuring new works by French/Italian, Los Angeles-based artist Liz Brizzi.
April 27, 2019:
The California Heritage Museum hosts two exhibitions by Santa Monica artist Lou D’Elia.
Assemblage by Lou D’Elia
“Some Assemblage Required” showcases D’Elia’s assemblage artworks. “PROJECT: WARHOL” will feature D’Elia’s photography, and collaborative artworks with Gus Harper and Gino Perez. Read the Event Feature for more details about these never-before-seen Warhol photographs. Art party: 6-9pm; The California Heritage Museum, 2612 Main Street, SM, 90405; 310 392-8537; https://www.californiaheritagemuseum.org
April 28, 2019:
As Is hosts an artist reception for Los Angeles painter Roy Dowell. The exhibition features seventeen new and recent vinyl on linen paintings and one painted cardboard sculpture. On view: April 28 – June 8, 2019; Art Party: 2-5pm; As Is, 1133 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90015 (Enter on Constance Street); https://www.as-is.la/
April 29, 2019:
Homeward LA is a 10-day citywide event from April 26 to May 5 where multiple productions of monologues, based on stories from people who have experienced homelessness, will be performed by hundreds of actors all around the city, inspiring the community to address the homeless crisis. Tonights performance takes place at the Boston Court Pasadena at 8pm. Directed by Ariella Wolfe: Produced by Susan Lambert Hatem, Megan Ruble and Tristan Waldron; Featuring: Jozben Barrett, Gabriela Bonet, Tommy Franklin, Ken Ivy, Joyce Lee, John Moskal, Andrew Joseph Perez, Marta Portillo, Emily Radosevich, Lauren Tannenbaum, Cheri VandenHeuvel, Ronnie Veliz;
Admission is $20 per person – CLICK HERE to purchase tickets. All proceeds support The Midnight Mission. Event begins: 8pm; Boston Court Pasadena, 70 N Mentor Ave., Pasadena, 91106; http://homewardla.org/; https://www.midnightmission.org/
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