Filed under: art, event | Tags: art, art publicist, contemporary art, cultural events, Los Angeles, pr, robert zakanitch
Beauty Beyond the Contemporary Sublime
at Samuel Freeman
May 14 to June 19, 2010
When a painter’s work asserts what can best be described as an aggressive argument for beauty, one gets the sense that the deconstruction of the art world has come full circle at last. Robert Rahway Zakanitch’s work – unflinching contrivances of color, form, texture and scale – is iconoclastic for the simplest of reasons: its sheer pursuit of beauty. On May 13, Zakanitch debuts “From a Garden of Ordinary Miracles”, an exhibition of new work at Samuel Freeman. Continue reading
Los Angeles Artists Give Back to Those Who First Gave to Them in 2010 gem, A Multi-Media Art Exhibition & Reception to Benefit the Los Angeles Art Association, Featuring Work by Emerging, Mid-Career & Well-Known Artists on April 24th
Filed under: art, event | Tags: art, art events, beverly hills, garboushian gallery, John Seery, Lyrical Abstraction, publicity
Two years ago, long before opening his Camden Drive gallery space in Beverly Hills, art collector Herair Garboushian became acquainted and enamored with artist John Seery’s work of the early 1970s—but it’s Seery’s most recent work that has had Garboushian courting the artist ever since. Continue reading
Filed under: art, event | Tags: art, contemporary art, dustin yellin, Los Angeles, new york, public relations, publicity, sculpture
March 20 to May 1, 2010
Vivisectionary Resin, Ink and Acrylic Sculptures
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Air Sculptures, the Grid, Space, and Beyond…New Los Angeles Gallery Muzeumm Presents Daring New Mixed Media Paintings and Sculpture by Tilghman Branner, March 12 to April 16, 2010
Filed under: art, event | Tags: art events, ferus gallery, Los Angeles, public relations, samuel freeman, the cool school
Yes, you read that right. L.A.’s legendary Ferus Gallery will be replicated in full (all 400 sq. ft.), inside Samuel Freeman’s Bergamot Station art gallery in Santa Monica, California. The exhibition will feature work by Billy Al Bengston, on the 50th anniversay (to the day) of his 1960 solo show at the Ferus Gallery.
This exhibition is open to the public, 11am-6pm, Tues-Sat, Feb 16-Mar 13, 2010.
Filed under: architecture, art, design, event | Tags: art, design, furniture, interior design, look gallery, Los Angeles, pr
Our personal spaces do indeed reveal quite a bit about ourselves. In November 2009, when we took up the curatorial reigns for dreamSCAPE, a phenomenal event that merged fine art, design and furniture, at LOOK Gallery at the L.A. Mart Design Center, designers, artists, buyers and well-dressed looky-loos turned out en masse.