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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Immanent Domain-Arena 1 Gallery

Exhibition curated by : Allen Tombello
artists in the show: Joshua Aster, Benjamin Britton, Mara De Luca, Spencer Lewis, Susannna Maing, Anne McCaddon, Allison Miller, Bill Saylor, Tyler Vlahovich

April 23-May 28, 2011
3026 Airport Ave
Santa Monica,CA 90405

Soraya Sarah Nazarian

Strength Revealed: Twenty-Five Years of the Art of Soraya Sarah Nazarian
March 10-April 24,2011
Gallery 817
817 N. Hilldale Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Jennifer Faist "Reflection"

"Mingle" 2010
Ruth Bachofner
2525 Michigan Ave G 2
Santa Monica 9040
opening: 4/23/2011

Monday, April 18, 2011

Holiday in an American Desert -Dias Sardenberg

Blythe Projects Presents
Dias Sardenberg
Joyous, lyrical paintings with sexual innuendos and whimsical notions have substance because of the artist's experienced hand.  There is a sense of an artist who has worked at her craft with dedication and historical appreciation of pattern and design and collage.  The portrait collages are reminiscent of Sonia Delaunay's designs for stage presentations.

April 2- May 14, 2011

5797 Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

Dias Sardenberg in the background, Hillary Metz in fashionable motion...

close up of one of Dias' paintings (Holiday in an American Desert)
unstretched canvas...

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Cody Trepte and Sarah Seager @ LACE interview March 31, 2011

Poetry Within Spaces (One The Line- LACE

The current group exhibition of four Los Angeles based artists, (Meg Cranston, Larry Johnson, Sarah Seager, and Mitchel Syrop), who have historically dedicated their art disciplines to Conceptual Art, were selected by emerging curator Cody Trepte.  Trepte asks the questions; "What is left of Conceptualism and where has it gone?"  Trepte is a recent resident of Los Angeles who has been focusing on Conceptual Art of the l980's and 90's.  The four artists encompass the tenacity of having "thoughts and ideas" as their primary art mediums.  Meg Cranston's television piece which is reminiscent of the classic "eight ball" game where you ask yes or no questions, is a prologue and epilogue for Trepte's questions.  Conceptualism is "yes" and Conceptualism is "no" and it is the spaces in between.

6522 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

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