Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Thursday Openings

A lot of good stuff happening tomorrow (which is downtown art walk night also):

Two concurrent shows at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art: (I'm in this one)

"Analog to Digital"
July 9-September 2, 2011
Artwalk Reception: Thursday August 11, 7-9pm

John Baldessari, Gronk, Patti Heid, Dennis Hopper, Kathryn Jacobi,Luke Matjas, Miss Maytag Collective, Mark Mothersbaugh, Federico Solmi, Anneliese Varaldiev, Robert Williams, Joel-Peter Witkin

"Looking Forward: Ten Artists to Watch"
Selected by Edward Robinson, LACMA
August 11-September 2, 2011
Thursday August 11, 7-9pm

Toban Nichols
Amy Snell
Anthony Holmquist
Louis Jacinto
Karine Laval
Kathleen Hawkes
Lucio Carvalho
Paul Adams
J. Wesley Brown
Matthew Cella

"I Love L.A."

Thursday, August 11, 7 pm - 9 pm
Wilshire Grand Hotel, 930 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90017
Meet the artists, have a book signed, view the works from this collection.

If you can't make the opening reception for the artists, the show installs at Duncan Miller Gallery, 10959 Venice Blvd in West LA on Saturday August 13 and runs through September 17. There will be another reception on Saturday, Aug 13, 7-10 pm in the gallery.

L.A. Times article here.


August 11 – 27, 2011
7358 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036

The Photographic Arts Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Stephen Cohen Gallery are pleased to announce COLLECTORS’ FAVORITES, a special exhibition of photographs on loan from private collections of members of LACMA’s Photographic Arts Council (PAC) hosted by Stephen Cohen Gallery. A public opening will take place on Thursday, August 11th, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

On view will be over 60 art works, ranging from early photographs of the 1880s to works of the present day. This exhibition will feature such masters of photography as Karl Struss, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Ruth Bernard, Bruce Davidson, James Van Der Zee, W. Eugene Smith, and Heinrich Kühn, as well as works by artists discovered by PAC collectors. COLLECTORS’ FAVORITES reflects the diverse passions and interests of PAC’s members, counting among their ranks many leading California photography collectors. The prints on display will be accompanied by brief statements from each collector, explaining his or her thoughts on collecting and reasons for exhibiting specific photographs.

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