In Santa Monica…haleARTS debuts a new group show featuring the work of Erin Jade, Patricia Hardmeier Leeb, and Adam Nisenson. Erin Jade is a local artist, raised in Malibu. “I was born with a stroke, which made me very intuitive to my body, and other sensory tools; such as touch, hearing and vision. Having had a ‘weaker’ physical body has allowed me an even stronger mental capacity for imagination.”
See image: by Patricia Hardmeier Leeb
Patricia Hardmeier Leeb is a multi-talented Art Director and award-winning Designer with experience in broadcast motion graphics and print design. In this show, she is exhibiting her one-of-a-kind Monotypes. Monotype is a special printmaking process made by painting on a smooth aluminum plate. Using a printing press, the image is transferred onto a single sheet of paper, destroying the original artwork by creating one single unique print.
Adam Nisenson’s current series of art uses old psychology books, mainly those of Carl Jung which he tears up and collages onto art-boards as a base for what then becomes of study of depth and layering with encaustic (wax), paint, collage and image transfers.
On view: October 1 – October 12th, 2016
What: Opening reception
Where: haleARTS S P A C E, 2443 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405
When: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Friday, Sept 30, 2016
Downtown…PØST holds a closing reception for Gerald Giamportone’s exhibition from 6-8pm; PØST, 1206 Maple Avenue #515, LA 90015;
Future Tongue hosts its closing reception for the group show “Extraction.” Enjoy a dance performance and a video installation created by The Ladies Dewald. This piece touches on the relay of information that gets past on through time and people. Changing slightly with each passage. Also, the electronic project NK-Riot will be performing live. Which is best described as an imaginative, electric orchestration of reverberating synth pop.
This collection of new paintings and prints is absolutely stunning together. With themes of nostalgia and history running through them, they explore the caves of memory. If you haven’t been able to come by in person, it’s your last chance to celebrate the final night of “Extraction.”
Be aware there is a $5.00 donation requested…Refreshments will be served.
What: Art Party
Where: Rooftop – 312 W. St, LA CA 90013
When: 7:00pm – 10:00pm – Friday, September 30, 2016
In the Mid-Wilshire area…
Long an international center of avant-garde and new wave design, Berlin continues to redefine the edges. In Berlin Color: A Fusion Fashion Showcase, Berlin-based designers Blond & Beiber offer an original perspective on the impact of science and technology on contemporary fashion.
In collaboration with young Berlin designers and German shoe brand Trippen they have produced a collection of “sustainable” shoes, and, together with Swarovski, Blond & Beiber have reinterpreted an exclusive piece from Michael Sontag’s current collection. You can see their runway show at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles on Friday, as well as a discussion and short film screening on the processes behind the cutting-edge color innovations Algaemy and Blackcurrant. It’s a kick-off event for LA Fashion Week.
Admission is FREE – CLICK HERE!
What: Art party
Where: Goethe-Institut, 5750 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
When: 7:30 – 10:30 pm – Friday, Sept 30
Eat More Art Out hosts an art party….
Broad City is on hiatus until 2017, having recently completed airing its smash-hit third season on Comedy Central, but Jane Dope, Hussy Whipped and Sleazy Bake Oven, the trio that’s brought us Eat Your Art Out for nearly ten years, have a show to keep the FOMO at bay.
Tonight, Eat More Art Out Productions is transforming LA’s legendary Meltdown Comics Nerdist Showroom into the streets of Broad City and exhibiting 75 – 100 pieces of the show’s most impressive fan art. This epic Narnia of Party-as will go down with DJs, bucket drummers, food, drinks, a photo booth and more.
Ticket Options: CLICK HERE to find out more.
VIP Pass- 6:30 p.m. Early entry and Broad City Survival Kit $25
General Admission- 8:00 p.m. Open to the Public. Entry is FREE but not guaranteed. Early arrival suggested. VIP Pass and GA Tickets are for Opening Night (September 30, 2016) ONLY.
To find out more about Eat More Art Out and this exhibtion, visit the website.
On view: October 1 – October 7, 2016