Downtown LA (in the Bendix Building) Track 16 will host a poetry reading by Eve Wood in conjunction with here current exhibition “Hang in There, to Hang On.”  The event takes place Thursday, October 6, 2022, with an exhibition viewing at 6:30pm, and the poetry ready by Eve Wood at 7:00pm. Refreshments provided – see below for RSVP info.

Here is info about the exhibition from the gallery: 

Eve Wood is both a distinguished critic and artist. She was represented for six years by Western Project and before that at Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles Projects. Her solo exhibition “Hold on Tight” recently closed at Rio Hondo College Art Gallery. She has exhibited her work at numerous galleries and museums including Track 16, Angles Gallery, The Huntington Beach Museum of Art, The Vincent Price Museum, The Western Carolina University Museum and The Weatherspoon Museum of Art, etc. Her work has been reviewed in the Los Angeles Times, Artweek, Art Issues, The LA Weekly, Modern Painters, The OC Weekly, Art/US, THE Magazine, and Artpress. Her art criticism has appeared in many magazines including Riot Material, Flash Art,, Art & Cake, Tema Celeste, Flavorpill, White Hot Magazine, Artillery, Art ltd. New York Arts, Angelino Magazine, Art Papers, Bridge, ArtUS, Artweek, Latin, Art Review and Bomb. She is also the author of six books of poetry published by university presses, the most recent of which is A Cadence for Redemption (Conversations with Abraham Lincoln) published by Del Sol Press this year.

On view: September 10 2022 – October 22, 2022

Don’t forget to RSVP to;

What: Poetry reading, Eve Wood
Where: Track 16 Gallery, Bendix Building, 1206 Maple Ave, Suite 1005, LA, 90015
When: October 6, 2022, 6:30 viewing; 7:00pm poetry reading