LA Artcore’s Brewery Annex will present a three person painting show in September.
The artists have in common an experimental drive to the way they approach the canvas, seeking to create imagery that satisfies their sense of personal exploration. Stylistically, each artist has shown flexibility through their career, promising an exhibit that is fresh, for the artists, closely linked to their individual growth.
There will be an artist talk at 2:00 pm
On View: September 4 – September 28
What: Opening reception
Where: LA Artcore Brewery Annex is located at 650 A South Avenue 21, LA, 90031
When: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
L.A. Artcore is pleased to bring this joined nonprofit collaboration between Art1307 of Naples, Italy and L.A. Artcore to its Union Center for the Arts space in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles.
This will be the third of such collaborations and emphasizes Artcore’s mission of producing exhibits that celebrate cultural diversity and internationalism. This month brings four artists that hail from Naples as well as Milan.
Curators and directors Cinthia and Renato Penna are similarly invested in a kind of cultural exchange that extends itself to artists from all parts of the planet and continue to envision and carry out their mission of producing art exhibits of an international scope and “…within this context the association has strived to establish international exchanges with other cultural institutions abroad in order to offer artists and the public a much more vast and more varied scenario of contemporary art.
There will be an artist talk at 4:00 pm
On view: September 3 – September 29
What: Opening reception
Where: LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts, 120 Judge John Aiso St. LA 90012
When: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
“Beyond Baroque’s Artist-in-Residence debuts his latest paintings and prints.
Bob Branaman’s tremendous body of work includes etchings, paintings, films, books, and most recently a series of paintings and prints concerning regeneration and love. Bob was one of the innovative artists showing at the legendary Batman Gallery in San Francisco. His films include Ginsberg (1966) and Goldmouth (1965) starring Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
Cathy Weiss makes marks by drawing with her gouges on wood. She then prints, paints, and layers her images to respond to the physical, spiritual and psychological interstices we experience. In this new work she explores the ancient love poetry in the Song of Songs.
What: Art Reception
Where: Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Bl. Venice, CA 90291
When: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
In West LA…
JAUS hosts a closing reception for “New Painting from Finland and Sweden,” a group exhibition curated by Stephen Parise.
See image: below: Petra Tiisala, Paratiisilintu – A bird of paradise , 27 x 30 inches, oil on board, 2012
The idea behind the exhibition is not based on some old fashioned need to distinguish current trends in painting according to one criteria. Rather, the intention has been to steal a chance to concentrate and to give these paintings enough room, enough space to exist and to happen.
Artists include: Sini Anttila-Rodriguez, Emanuel Bernstone, Eeva-Riitta Eerola, Ville Laaksonen, Marjolaine Lombard, Ivar Lövheim, Stephen Parise, Mia Saharla, Petra Tiisala, and Jouni Ton.
What: Closing reception
Where: Jaus, 11851 La Grange Ave., LA 90025
When: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Enjoy the busy, busy ART weekend…and get out there! You know Mama is going to be trying to get to as many art parties as possible.