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Coaxial Arts Foundation
Aug
31
7:00 PM19:00

Coaxial Arts Foundation

  • 1815 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
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Alex the Brown exhibit: Obscura

Closing Reception

Shot using documentary techniques, Obscura is a collection of photographs curated to convey an otherwordly narrative, with subjects often obscured or distorted using in-camera techniques. Subverting the traditional print model, the photos will be displayed on light boxes throughout the gallery.

Alex the Brown is a photo/video artist using documentary techniques to convey her personal vision of Los Angeles. She additionally works frequently with musicians, shooting portraits for Flaunt, LA Record and more.

Instagram @coaxialarts

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3307 W Washington Blvd
Aug
27
12:00 PM12:00

3307 W Washington Blvd

  • 3307 West Washington Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90018 United States (map)
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Katz's Deli Residency: Bed & Breakfast

Closing Event "Katz's Deli Brunch" (a public conversation and meal)

Bed & Breakfast (Jacqueline Falcone and Daniel Arismendys Taveras Hernandez) is the current resident at Katz's Deli, a critical salon and experimental exhibition platform hosted by Amanda Katz at 3307 W Washington Blvd. Exploring connections between art and hospitality, Bed & Breakfast has been organizing exhibitions and public programs within its founders’ bedroom for the past 5 years. For this residency, B&B has constructed a bedroom within the 3307 space and curated an exhibition with works from its permanent collection. The exhibition will be activated through spontaneous public programming (sleepovers, pancake breakfasts, etc.) announced via social media throughout the month of August. The residency culminates in the Katz's Deli Brunch to discuss the aesthetics and politics of hosting as an embodied exhibition practice.

photo credit: Bridget Batch

Instagram @amkatz

facebook.com/3307WWashingtonBlvd/

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Nicole Rademacher
Aug
26
7:00 PM19:00

Nicole Rademacher

  • 18th Street Arts Center, Atrium Gallery (map)
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Origin Stories

Workshop

18th Street Arts Center proudly presents an evolving exhibition in conjunction with a series of storytelling workshops by LA-based artist Nicole Rademacher and invited guests in our Atrium Gallery. Originally designed to empower adopted and fostered people to create and record their unique histories, the workshops are being opened up to artists, particularly artists who feel marginalized. These are part of a larger series that Rademacher has done nationally. The first workshop at 18th Street will inaugurate the exhibition. It will take place on Wednesday, July 12 at 1pm during our community potluck.

Exhibition open M-F 11am - 5pm, during workshops, and by appointment.

Image Credit: Nicole Rademacher, Documentation of Origin Stories Workshop w/ University of Northern Iowa students, 2017, courtesy of the artist.

Twitter: @nicrrad

Instagram: @nicrrad

Facebook: facebook.com/nicrrad

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Rickenbacher West Productions
Aug
26
7:00 PM19:00

Rickenbacher West Productions

  • 5507 Santa Monica Boulevard, 2nd floor, Suite 6 Los Angeles, CA, 90038 United States (map)
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The Bull and The Sea Goat

An Atmospheric Installation of Visual Art and Poetry

Rickenbacher West Productions presents the first installment in a series of poetic explorations. Poet, playwright and artist Mara Rickenbacher West invites you to engage your senses in an imaginative experience of poetry and elemental story.

Three showtimes: 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm

Reservations encouraged, as seating is limited.

RSVP to: rickenbacherwestpro@gmail.com

Please arrive early, no entry after show starts.

Bon Voyage!

Instagram: @marrrzzzz

 

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Amanda Maciel Antunes
Aug
26
12:00 PM12:00

Amanda Maciel Antunes

  • 300 South Anderson Street Los Angeles, CA, 90033 United States (map)
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Autopsicografia

Autopsicografia* (Portuguese) is a performance/installation piece by artist Amanda Maciel Antunes, telling the story of adapting to a new language and thought. Thinking is a language that doesn’t make the distinction of a matter of course and in this narrative the artist explores these allegedly distinct parts of nature with doubts in its incision. During its course the artist concedes, interferes and changes her reality by meddling with her seemingly instinctive area of perception and culture camouflage; gradually speaking to an audience (physical or in a cloud) that her boundaries on a spectrum are universal constants of the human race.

Image Credit: Amanda Maciel Antunes

Instagram @damadesign

Twitter @damadesign

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Shoebox Projects
Aug
13
3:00 PM15:00

Shoebox Projects

  • 660 South Avenue 21, Apt 3 Los Angeles, CA, 90031 United States (map)
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Mike McLain Artist-in-Residence

Closing Reception

Shoebox Projects, an experimental art space with one month artist residencies. Mike McLain Artist-in-Residence, "Just as the descendants of slaves are forced to accept the history that is in their DNA, so must those of us who carry the familial legacy of slavery, Jim Crow, KKK, lynching, and segregation from the other side of the aisle. I will research my family history and build work around what I find. This work will be rooted in a desire to better understand from where I as an individual, as well as we as a nation, draw conclusions based on race and otherness."

Image Credit: Photo courtesy Mike McLain

Twitter: @ShoeboxProjects

Instagram: @shoeboxprojectsla

Facebook: shoeboxprojects

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Coaxial Arts Foundation
Aug
12
7:00 PM19:00

Coaxial Arts Foundation

  • 1815 South Main Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
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Alex the Brown exhibit: Obscura

Opening Reception

Shot using documentary techniques, Obscura is a collection of photographs curated to convey an otherwordly narrative, with subjects often obscured or distorted using in-camera techniques. Subverting the traditional print model, the photos will be displayed on light boxes throughout the gallery.

Alex the Brown is a photo/video artist using documentary techniques to convey her personal vision of Los Angeles. She additionally works frequently with musicians, shooting portraits for Flaunt, LA Record and more.

Instagram @coaxialarts

facebook.com/coaxialarts/

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Lena Moross
Aug
12
5:00 PM17:00

Lena Moross

  • 4811 West Adams Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90016 United States (map)
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Lena Moross

Various artworks of Lena Moross, done on large scale paper with watercolor and ink. Lena explores everyday subjects with her unique style of bright, expressive painting.

Image credit: Driller #5 by Lena Moross

Twitter: @lenamoross

Instagram: @lenamoross

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lena.moross

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Lena Moross
Aug
11
5:00 PM17:00

Lena Moross

  • 4811 West Adams Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90016 United States (map)
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Lena Moross

Various artworks of Lena Moross, done on large scale paper with watercolor and ink. Lena explores everyday subjects with her unique style of bright, expressive painting.

Image credit: Driller #5 by Lena Moross

Twitter: @lenamoross

Instagram: @lenamoross

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lena.moross

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Nicole Rademacher
Aug
6
3:00 PM15:00

Nicole Rademacher

  • 18th Street Arts Center, Atrium Gallery (map)
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Origin Stories

Workshop

18th Street Arts Center proudly presents an evolving exhibition in conjunction with a series of storytelling workshops by LA-based artist Nicole Rademacher and invited guests in our Atrium Gallery. Originally designed to empower adopted and fostered people to create and record their unique histories, the workshops are being opened up to artists, particularly artists who feel marginalized. These are part of a larger series that Rademacher has done nationally. The first workshop at 18th Street will inaugurate the exhibition. It will take place on Wednesday, July 12 at 1pm during our community potluck.

Exhibition open M-F 11am - 5pm, during workshops, and by appointment.

Image Credit: Nicole Rademacher, Documentation of Origin Stories Workshop w/ University of Northern Iowa students, 2017, courtesy of the artist.

Twitter: @nicrrad

Instagram: @nicrrad

Facebook: facebook.com/nicrrad

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Sagi Refael
Aug
6
10:00 AM10:00

Sagi Refael

  • 5042 Ladd Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90032 United States (map)
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Bad Painting/Good Taste

"Israeli Art in Los Angeles" is a private residency initiative run by Sagi Refael, an independent curator, dedicated to Israeli artists who are invited to create new works, inspired by the city of angels.

This event will celebrate the end of a 1-month residency of R.V.O (Rakefet Viner-Omer), "The Queen of Bad Painting", in Los Angeles.

A site-specific installation by R.V.O will be open to the public on the weekend of August 5th-6th.

In addition to R.V.O's solo exhibition/installation, the audience will be invited to take a sneak peek into the curator's private collection, set in a domestic environment.

Image Credit: Rakefet Viner Omer

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Sagi Refael
Aug
5
10:00 AM10:00

Sagi Refael

  • 5042 Ladd Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90032 United States (map)
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Bad Painting/Good Taste

"Israeli Art in Los Angeles" is a private residency initiative run by Sagi Refael, an independent curator, dedicated to Israeli artists who are invited to create new works, inspired by the city of angels.

This event will celebrate the end of a 1-month residency of R.V.O (Rakefet Viner-Omer), "The Queen of Bad Painting", in Los Angeles.

A site-specific installation by R.V.O will be open to the public on the weekend of August 5th-6th.

In addition to R.V.O's solo exhibition/installation, the audience will be invited to take a sneak peek into the curator's private collection, set in a domestic environment.

Image Credit: Rakefet Viner Omer

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Sara True
Aug
2
to Aug 5

Sara True

  • Santa Monica Art Studios (map)
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The Dance of Paint

Exhibition of large scale abstract paintings by Sara True: art to inspire and challenge, confound and amaze, full of wonder, movement, magic, energy, and emotion.

Photo credit: Sara True, painting titled "On Japan and other futures"

 

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