The first “Feminality” event will display the works of some of the most talented female artists of their generation. The location for the premiere event will be held at the very established and well-known Hive Gallery in downtown Los Angeles and will happen on Saturday, November 21st. Uber popular Tara McPherson will be headlining and will be painting a floor-to-ceiling mural live during the show. Elizabeth Siegel (TofuSquirrel) will be doing live painting, as well.
Georgette Pressler from Devious Body Art will be using her incredible skills to paint live models. Amy Botello, Aunia Kahn and Jessica Sardas will be on-hand displaying some of their wonderful works of art during the event. Tara Hauck, of Tara Inc. Fine Arts Photography, will be displaying some of her amazing photography. Rudy Fig, Natalie Shau, Molly Crabapple, Cate Rangel, Edith Lebeau, Arabella Proffer-Vendetta, Ashleigh Fedo, Sara Antoinette Martin, Kelly McKernan, Noir Nouar, Elodie aka LostFish, Megan Frauenhoffer, Christen Kojnok, Ritzy Periwinkle, Zoe Lacchei and Cassie Williams aka Kazilla will be displaying some of their unique works, as well.
729 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Timed tickets are available for this exhibition at no extra cost. Simply select a specific date and time when you purchase your admission ticket online. Timed-ticket holders are guaranteed entry at the selected time. Untimed tickets do grant entry to the exhibition, but there may be a significant wait. Members and accompanying guests need not wait to enter Tim Burton. Simply present your membership card and/or member guest admission ticket at the exhibition entrance.
This major career retrospective on Tim Burton (American, b. 1958), consisting of a gallery exhibition and a film series, considers Burton’s career as a director, producer, writer, and concept artist for live-action and animated films, along with his work as a fiction writer, photographer and illustrator. Following the current of his visual imagination from early childhood drawings through his mature work, the exhibition presents artwork generated during the conception and production of his films, and highlights a number of unrealized projects and never-before-seen pieces, as well as student art, his earliest non-professional films, and examples of his work as a storyteller and graphic artist for non-film projects. The opposing themes of adolescence and adulthood, and the elements of sentiment, cynicism, and humor inform his work in a variety of mediums—drawings, paintings, storyboards, digital and moving-image formats, puppets and maquettes, props, costumes, ephemera, sketchbooks, and cartoons. Taking inspiration from sources in pop culture, Burton has reinvented Hollywood genre filmmaking as a spiritual experience, influencing a generation of young artists working in film, video, and graphics.
Tim Burton at:
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019-5497
November 22, 2009–April 26, 2010
House Industries will close its month-long Type as Object exhibition with a one-day fully-stocked pop-up shop on Thursday, November 19, 2009 at New York’s Type Directors Club.
Early holiday shoppers, House fans and design aficionados will find a fully-stocked shop with several new hand-pulled serigraphs, T-shirts and selections from their eclectic House Industries objects collection. The shop will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Then House Industries lettering and type guru, Ken Barber, will bring all of the alphabetical high concept back to earth with a lecture entitled “Letter as Image” from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., rounding out the all-day pop-up shop event. To further feed New York’s abecedarian obsessed, Ken will also give a full-day workshop (Letter as Image Workshop) at the Type Directors Club on Friday, November 20, 2009, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
“We’ve spent the last 16 years convincing otherwise mundane alphabetical forms that they can be both the medium and the message by giving them an illustrative flair,” said Barber. “In my lecture and subsequent workshop, I’ll give attendees a glimpse of House’s top-secret letter-making recipes and encourage over-moused hands to break out the pencils and pens again.”
Interested parties should contact the Type Directors Club directly at 212-633-8943 or email email@example.com to register in advance for the lecture and workshop events. Space is limited.
November 19 & 20, 2009
Type Directors Club
Lecture: Letter as Image, November 19, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Workshop: Letter as Image, November 20, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The 2009 Winter Group Show: A search for the best painting, drawing, print-making and works on paper.
25 Artists will be selected as the best. 1 will receive the grand prize of $500, 4 runners up will receive $150 and all 25 artists will receive a group show in 3rd Ward’s gallery, a feature in 3rd Ward’s quarterly magazine, 1-month Basic Membership to 3rd Ward and NYC wide exposure.
For this call we are joined by Judges: David Elshout, Antistrot mastermind, Rachel Hinde, Founding Director of Re-Title, and Kate McNamara, Curator at P.S.1.
The opening reception for our last group show drew over 300 art revelers. Submit Now!
A new deadline has been giving y’all, so get to work!
Deadline: December 3, 11:59 p EST.
Apex, Jase, King157, Neon, Revok, Rime, Saber, Vulcan Painting Live
33third Los angeles / Mid-City Arts & Montana Present:
The 1st Annual Montana Exhibitiion Sunday November 22, 2009 12-6pm
A FREE Live Painting Exhibition By Some Of The Worlds Top Street Artsits:
Apex (SF), Jase (SF), King 157 (SJ), Neon (SF), Revok (LA), Rime (LA), Saber (LA), Sever (ATL), Vulcan (SF)
All Montana Products Will Be On-Sale
This Event Is Free & Open To The Public.
33third Los Angeles / Mid-City Arts
5111 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles Ca. 90019
Catch Saber Painting Live Sunday Nov. 22, 2009 @33third Los Angeles
Check out Mid City Art’s blog for videos, blogs and http://midcity-arts.com/
Jenn Porreca has launched her new website, along with new art pieces. Take the time and familiarize yourself with her work because I am sure she will create a buzz during this year’s Art Basel in Miami.
Please keep your radar on point for more information regarding Jenn Porreca and Art Basel.
Our boy is back with a new site and new work up. Am I the only one who gets a little turned on from those Insa girls? What I really appreciate about Insa is that he has an appreciation for a curvy, thick woman.
Check out his new site, and his blog:
SpY: The Spanish Banksy
The artist, who has come to be known as the Spanish Banksy, started as a graffiti artist in Madrid in the mid-Eighties. “By the beginning of the early Nineties he had established himself as the leading figure of the still-young state graffiti scene, offering works with an impeccable style and a solidity that even today are still not very common,” says Javier Abarca, an art critic and university professor specialising in urban art and subcultures.
SpY had outgrown graffiti by the mid-Nineties but continued to produce “public art” rather than gallery pieces. Like Banksy, he also remains anonymous. Wired.co.uk asked him about his past, his plans and whether we might be seeing flower-shaped road signs in London any time soon.
Here is a link to more works and an interview:
Adam Wallacavage, from Philadelphia was just in LA and he stopped by PCP to sign his new Glow-in-the-Dark prints titled Alyona. The are available for $55 and limited to 75. If you pre-ordered one, its currently in the mail and on the way to you. If you have yet to order one, do it now before they run out! Buy Now!
Eventually you’re going to get there. It might take a day, it might take a lifetime, but through that persistence, and through that determination and drive, I think there’s definitely a lot of beauty in that. And a lot of power. That’s what I want to tap into.
Often found hanging from power lines or melding with urban architecture, Above’s site specific stencils, paintings, and installations push past the traditional expectations of graffiti. The evolution of his name from text to a symbol inspired him to explore less conventional media, leading to his trademark wooden mobiles. Whether subtle or massive, his pieces retain an innate sense of beauty through their dialogue with the surrounding environment. Refusing to show his work in galleries, Above has instead “toured” through Europe and North and South America to get his work up. Watch the interview from “The Run Up,” available for the first time to the public for free, on Walrus TV.
The video interview is the link below. Enjoy.
Show closes December 12th
1000 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Opening Reception: Nov 13th from 7-10:30pm
TABI TABI PO is an art show dedicated to celebrating Filipino folklore through urban contemporary art. The Kapre, Manananggal, Dwende, Tikbalang, and Aswang are just a sampling of these haunting creatures that will be brought to life in this exhibit. A percentage of the art sales will be donated to the victims of typhoon Ondoy and Pepeng through BAYAN Philippines and BALSA (Bayanihan para sa Sambayanan).
The curator, James “gaNyan” Garcia, has put together a killer lineup that includes Filipino artists from the US, Philippines, and even Norway.
The artists include:
Stateside: Angry Woebots, Stuter, gaNyan, Marikina, Gem Mateo, CeCe Carpio, Pancho Abalos, Mark Canto, Miguel (Bounce) Perez, Darvin (Boohi) Vida , England Hidalgo, Jerrell Conner, Nic Cowan, Andre Sibayan, Ciriaco Sayoc II, J2, Marc Aure, Peabe, Marlon Sagana Ingram, Minette Mangahas, Dyno, Christopher de Leon, Cat Chiu Phillips, Isabel (Pepper), Roxas, John Yoyogi Fortes, Allison Torneros, Mel Vera Cruz, Simbulan, Ray Haguisan
Philippines: Manuel Ocampo, Analog, Boy Agimat, Dex Fernandez, Bru, Nelz Yumul, Katwo Puertollano, Jigger Cruz, Sam Ramos, Okto, Abi Dayacap, Melancholy, Liza Flores, Luis Lorenzana, Jon Jaylo, Mica Cabildo, Bjorn Calleja
Norway: Jet Pascua
Since the Bay Area has the largest population of Filipinos in America to date, Garcia and 1:AM gallery invite all to come celebrate and learn more about the colorful traditions of the Filipino culture and help raise money for the typhoon victims.
Past posts that you may have missed that you should not let slip under your Art Radar:
Art HERstory: Elsa Schiparelli
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