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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.
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With No One You Know, Blue McRight examines of the forces and freedoms that define movement and mobility within the American Dream. On view beginning May 16 at Samuel Freeman. Continue reading
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thierry Feuz and Jeremy Thomas exhibit new work at Samuel Freeman Gallery, April 4 to May 9, 2009. Read on for complete press release. Continue reading
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Love To Party
at Samuel Freeman (formerly Patricia Faure Gallery)
July 19 to August 16, 2008
Santa Monica, CA – July, 2008: For its summer group show (opening July 19, 2008), Samuel Freeman will exhibit work selected around the question of what an artist calls a drawing. Love To Party is not your typical drawing show, however. Rather than attempting to expand the boundaries of the genre, Love To Party relies on a very simple curatorial test: each participating artist must personally consider his or her submitted work a drawing. To that end, the exhibition will feature sculpture, painting, and classical “drawings”, ranging in scale and material.
Taking its name from a Craig Kauffman piece titled “Love to Patty”, Love To Party is a nod to the gallery’s founder Patricia R. Faure and the gallery’s rich history. Like Samuel Freeman’s current artist roster, Love to Party draws together many friends of the gallery –the artists that put L.A. on the map– for exhibition alongside an exciting array of emerging artists, including:
Billy Al Bengston
Jessie Homer French
Love To Party
June 19 – August 23, 2008
2525 Michigan Ave B7
Santa Monica, CA 90404
For more information, the public should call 310-449-1479 or visit www.samuelfreeman.com
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