1301PE is pleased to announce its second exhibition with Düsseldorf-based artist Jan Albers. Following Albers’ critically acclaimed solo exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven and the Von Der Heydt-Museum Wuppertal in Germany, this exhibition presents new wedge pieces, ‘chainsaw massacres,’ as well as his hydraulically pressed automobile pieces.
Jan Albers, “rUby,” 2016, metal, wood, spray paint, 63 x 55 x 23 cm. Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf.
Even if the attitude is that painting is over, I still keep on working on the idea of doing something new, by avoiding oil paint on canvas. – Jan Albers
An artist talk and walkthrough with Jan Albers will take place on Tuesday, November 15, 7:00pm, at 1301PE in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles.
On view: November 11 – December 20, 2016
What: Opening reception
Where: 1301PE, 6150 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90048
When: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Phone: (323) 938 5822
ASHES/ASHES presents ‘Everyday War,” an exhibition curated by Keith J. Varadi, featuring Scott Benzel, Steve Kado, Jenine Marsh, Quintessa Matranga, Erin Jane Nelson, and Naoki Sutter-Shudo. Reception: 7–9pm; ASHES/ASHES, 2404 Wilshire Boulevard 1A, LA, 90057; http://www.ashesonashes.com
Explore a dreamlike state of surreal wonder as The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion becomes a world of ethereal awakenings. Experience the iconic downtown venue transformed by DJs, snowfall, multi-media performances, chill lounges, dancing, eye-opening video installations and delightful activities. Dreams have never felt more real.
Enter the The Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and float through a wistful curtain of snowfall, illuminated by lighting artist Sohail Najafi with dreamy, soulful tunes from Light in the Attic. See how the Hope Street Lobby is transformed into a surreal world as artist Miwa Matreyek bends and manipulates reality with experiential multi-media shadow performances. Get the dreamy dance party vibes going in Stern Grand Hall with colorful visuals from video artist Kytten Janae, while Tony Watson and Ritesh (Adult Contemporary) and Hugh Herrera (Pacific Beach Vinyl) DJ Back 2 Back sets. Hear classic stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, Charles Dickens and others as they echo through the Tunnel Corridor in a color saturated haunting Victorian atmosphere.
Enjoy 3D black light wall-to-wall art installations by Debi Cable in the Founders Room, transforming the space into a neon world of earthly delights as dublab curates the hypnotic sounds of Frankie Reyes,AfterHours, The Space Lady, and DJ Ale Cohen. Visit the Interpretation Booths and call in to live dream readings from experienced interpreters Doreen Calderon, Sungoddess Ashley, and Christine Aprile. View the experimental feature film Dreams that Money Can Buy by surrealist artist Hans Richter. Experience dreamlike sounds from harpist Xochitl Dercyz amid the pools of light in the Lower Lobby.
Tickets on sale NOW – $20 online ; $30 at the door; Parking is $5 after 8:00 p.m. Cocktails and small bites available for purchase.
What: SLEEPLESS: THE MUSIC CENTER AFTER HOURS
Where: The Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 135 N Grand Ave., LA 90012
When: 11:11 p.m. – 3:00am – November 11, 2016