In Santa Monica…

faWed March20 poeticfieldsbstudio holds an opening reception for P O E T I C F I E L D S featuring Barbara Kerwin Gary Palmer and Kate Register.

On view by appointment only thru April 25

What: Opening reception
Where: fabstudio 2001 main street, santa monica ca 90291 (behind dog town coffee at main and bay)
When: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Phone: 310 463 2432

In the Miracle Mile area…

Wed March20 MarthaOtero JimManganMartha Otero Gallery presents the photographic series Time of Nothing by artist Jim Mangan, as a special project organized by Julie Machado.

See image: Jim Mangan, Untitled #3, 2013 – C-print, 72 x 48 inches

The work of Mangan balances between real and imaginary landscapes as a homage to abstract expressionism.

On view: March 20 – April 6th, 2013

What: Opening reception
Where: Martha Otero Gallery, 820 N Fairfax Ave., LA 90046
When: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Phone: 323 951 1068

In HAve50Studio heart-whiteighland Park,  Avenue 50 presents the Power of the Equinox. The Spring Equinox, observed for centuries by cultures worldwide, marks the passage from Winter to Spring, and the day on which the hours of day and night are (approximately) equal.

Tonight Ave 50 celebrates the Power of the Equinox, with collaborative spoken word/music/video by the artists.

“Power Point,” curated by Nancy Buchanan (opened a couple weeks back) will be on view featuring the work of artists, Francisco Letelier, Chusien Chang and Karl Jean-Guerly Petion.

Chilean artist Francisco Letelier has created many murals throughout Los Angeles. Letelier’s soaring, The Sun and The Moon tile murals, adorn the Westlake/Macarthur Park Metro Station in Los Angeles.

Chusien Chang’s work can be seen at the Metro Gold Line at Chinatown Station, at the Long Beach Blvd., and more. She has also been commissioned for a public art in Shanghai, China and has created two temporary, site-specific installations at the L.A. River.

Karl JSat March9 Ave50ean-Guerly Petion uses symbols from Haiti, his country of birth and has participated in “Debating Through the Arts” at the 18th Street Art Center in Santa Monica. His work was recently exhibited at Lambert Fine Arts in New York.

The photographs of Kevin Hass will be featured in the annex.

On view: March 9 through April 7

What: Opening reception
Where: Avenue 50 Studio, 131 North Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Phone: (323) 258-1435