The City of Beverly Hills in collaboration with TZ Projects and the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts present an art installation created by artist Torie Zalben and producer Liana Weston alongside Surface Productions. “Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis” is a drive-by art exhibit featuring over 40 established and emerging artists of diverse cultures. The exhibition can be viewed from your car or the nearby sidewalks while adhering to social distancing guidelines thru November 29, 2020.
Famous national and international artists have contributed alongside major and emerging Los Angeles artists. Showing outdoors at The Wallis in Beverly Hills, from 8 pm to 11 pm nightly beginning November 19 through November 29, the multi-media show is projected on the windows of The Wallis (South Santa Monica Blvd. facade, near Canon Drive). It can be seen from a vehicle or from surrounding sidewalks (where social distancing is required).
The outdoor art event is “concerned with the power of art and culture to speak for a diverse humanity…The windows serve not only to present the show physically, but…stand for seeing beyond one’s own point of view” say TZ Projects producers Torie Zalben and Liana Weston.
TZ Projects, the City of Beverly Hills, and the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts collaborated to produce this timely, large-scale artwork, created to promote harmony and justice.
The exhibition can be viewed from your car or the nearby sidewalks while adhering to social distancing guidelines. *There will be no admission onsite and viewable only from the street.
On View: November 19-29, 2020, 8-11pm nightly; CLICK HERE to learn more about the exhibition
What: “Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis”
Where: Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts: Intersection of Canon Drive and South Santa Monica Blvd. in Beverly Hills
When: November 19-29, 2020, 8-11pm nightly
Website: https://tzprojects.org/; https://thewallis.org/visions