Pablo Bogdan Art Gallery invites you to the screening of Happiness is the most valuable thing we have. Not money, a short film by Make Art Not War about Julio Pérez Sanz.

Julio Pérez Sanz Screening

Julio Pérez Sanz is an extraordinary artist, designer, as well as an architect. His creative brilliance has captured the attention of collectors and international celebrities and royalty. Hailing from Argentina, Pérez Sanz has forged a remarkable artistic journey, drawing inspiration from nature, noble materials, and ancient artifacts.

With a background in architecture and fine arts, Pérez Sanz’s interdisciplinary approach seamlessly blends art, design, and craftsmanship. His one-of-a-kind pieces blur the boundaries between sculpture and wearable art, showcasing his meticulous attention to detail and ability to create captivating, unique designs.

His folded origami pieces, showcased at a New York showroom, caught the eye of Lady Gaga, leading to a profound collaboration between the two artists. Lady Gaga’s appreciation for Pérez Sanz’s innovative designs and visionary aesthetic propelled him into the international spotlight.

Current Exhibit Into the Organics

While you are there be sure to view Into the Organics curated by Jonathan Feldman from Getty Research Institute, featuring works by Ariel Vargassal, Park In Sook, Sabrina Merayo Nuñez, Ji Oh, Fernando Brizuela, Daniel Papaleo, Duilio Pierri, Jesús Dupaux, Walter Erra Hubert, Andrea Santarelli, Maggie de Koenigsberg, and Luchi Szerman.

The exhibition is extended until 8th July and focuses on the diversity of life and ways of living. It’s also a tribute to life in California, to a great bloom after long and heavy winter rains, to variety and abundance, to hope.


MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, The Mission is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists.

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What: Screening
Where: Pablo Bogdan Art Gallery, 3505 W Pico Blvd., LA 90019
When: Saturday, July 1, 2023, 6:30pm; Screening at 7:00pm