Tonight stop by Bergamot Station, to see a preview of the big farwell event, Santa Monica Auctions’ Expo Auction.
You should have heard by now, (I just wrote article about it for SM Patch), the MTA is coming to Bergamot Station….the entire C building will be demolished. The Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica Auctions and Track 16 will all loose their longtime galleries.
The line, blow-out auction, takes place on Saturday and Sunday. It’s going to be a wild art scene….offering steals and deals like never before.
What: Expo Auction Open for viewing
Where: THE ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY, Bergamot Station, (C-2) 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, 90404
When: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tonight at M. Harrington Gallery on Abbot Kinney, enjoy Art & Friday Night Music, Live Performance by ukulele musicians Adam Kulakow and Danielle Birrittella.
Art by Melissa Herrington.
What: Live ukulele duet. Current exhibition: “Ashes to Honey,” paintings by Melissa Herrington.
Where: M. Herrington Gallery, 1221 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291
Phone: 310 684-3513
Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) and the City of West Hollywood present the fifth annual “Out There” exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood’s Pride Month festivities. (You know this is going to be a ‘Fabulous’ party. Mama loves her boys!)
This effort commemorates West Hollywood’s lasting commitment to raising public awareness and appreciation of the talents and abilities of all artists. Out There is an all-media exhibition that celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood provides for creative individuals.
Images by artists, Andy Moses, Mei Xian Qiu, Michael Ochinero, Ellen Cantor.
What: Group Show, Out There 2012
Where: Gallery 825 – 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069
When: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ltd los angeles holds an opening reception for Patricia Fernández. The installation at the gallery is part of a larger grouping of works from A Record of Succession that can also be seen in Made in LA at the Hammer Museum.
Fernández’s paintings consist of a collection of re-purposed fabrics and dyed linens with sewn buttons. Alongside the paintings, a grouping of wooden boxes is exhibited as artifacts of a personal history. The hand carved x pattern found in the sculptures and the paintings are from her grandfathers past, recalling a domestic space that holds a narrative and simultaneously communicates an antecedent’s marks.
What: closing reception, Patricia Fernández
Where: ltd losangeles, 7561 Sunset Blvd #103, LA 90046
When: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm