Brewery Annex
Nov
1
to Nov 28

Brewery Annex

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JOYCE KOHL
JUDD SCHIFFMAN
YOUNG SHIN KIM

NOVEMBER 1 - 28, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2018
3-5pm at the Artcore Brewery Annex
Conversation with the Artists: 4pm

 

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Brewery Annex
Aug
2
to Aug 30

Brewery Annex

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MORGAN BRITT, FEDERICA CAMPAGNARI,
ANITA DIXON, LEAH SHANE DIXON, JUAN GOMEZ,
SYLVIA GREER, DIANE HAYDEN, DAVID HENNAGE,
JOHN HOGAN, VIVIAN WENHUEY CHEN, KIM KOHLER,
GLORIA D LEE, FRANK MAIMONE, KARENA MASSENGILL,
LINDA JO RUSSELL, MARGIE RUST, PEGGY SIVERT,
MARY TARANGO, BEN ZASK

OPENING RECEPTION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2018

3-5pm at the Artcore Brewery Annex
Conversation with the Artists: 4pm

 

 

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Exchange Show: With SoLA
Aug
2
to Aug 30

Exchange Show: With SoLA

BEANIE KAMAN, MICHAEL WOOD,
KATHY SOOK KIM, ANN GOODING,
LORE ECKELBERRY, ROBERT WALKER,
ECHO LEW, TANJA BABIC

OPENING RECEPTION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2018

Exhibition at SBC SoLA Gallery
3-5pm at SBC SoLA Gallery
Conversation with the Artists: 4pm
3718 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90043
phone: 310 429 0973
www.southbaycontemporary.org

 

 

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Brewery Annex
Apr
7
to Apr 29

Brewery Annex

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BURTON KOPELOW
PATHS OF DISCOVERY
 
OPENING RECEPTION
SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2018

4pm: Premier of the short film:
“Burton Kopelow: Paths of Discovery”
Conversation with the filmmaker to follow.

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Union Center for the Arts
Dec
3
to Dec 29

Union Center for the Arts

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ELAINE PARKS
BOGDAN DUMITRICA

reception: December 3, 2017

LA Artcore is pleased to present a tandem-solo exhibit with Los Angeles artists Bodgan Dumitrica and Elaine Parks

The oil-on-paper works of Los Angeles artist Bogdan Dumitrica explore intersections between nature and culture, rendering an array of natural and man-made forms against the paper's white spaces. Realized in vivid detail, Dumitrica's realism paradoxically abstracts his subject matter, transfiguring dried cacti leaves into architectural vessels, dried tree roots into weapons, and Egyptian pigeon pens as jewel-like enclosures. Dumitrica envisions man's relationship to nature as both entropic and generative. For more information on the artist, please visit the artist's website

Also from Los Angeles, artist Elaine Parks' investigation of culture and nature pervades across her sculptures and paintings imbued with a sense of exploration and connection of materiality, time and space. Parks' concepts are  materialized in found and household objects and inextricably linked with the remote high desert landscape of Northern Nevada, where the artist spends a good amount of time. Within this context, the sky, Parks says, is all-encompassing and nature's vast possibilities are presented in clear view, particularly the stars at night. Parks describes her most recent body of work as a serendipitous turn of events that brought her upon a bed of animal bones-most likely those cast of from birds of prey-and then the unlikely use of tar, which the artist was using on the roof of her residence. As the artist experimented further, and understood the material properties of tar on panels, she began to embed the bones in the shape of constellations. Along with pearls and metallic pigments, Parks has amassed a vast array of works that are bound conceptually to both everyday life, the culture of remote climes, and the cosmos' breathtaking infiniteness. For more on Parks, please visit https://www.behance.net/elaineparks (P. Reddy) 

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Brewery Annex
Dec
3
to Dec 29

Brewery Annex

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ANNE WANG
KAREN HANSEN
VIRGINIA VILCHIS

reception: December 3, 2017

LA Artcore is pleased to present a three-person exhibit at LA Artcore's Lincoln Heights exhibition space in the Brewery Arts Colony.

The paintings of Burbank artist Karen Hansen suggest expansion by modulating color and expressing light as magically and effortlessly shifting. In the artist's most recent works, Hansen employs multiple panels that combine to form a single image. Each spaced by one inch together, Hansen utilizes and implies her works' architectural surroundings, developing concise relationships between expanse and boundary. 

The paintings of South Bay artist Virginia Vilchis capture unbridled moments of the creative process. Using mixed media such as water-based paints, ink, stencils and found objects, Vilchis' paintings draw the gaze into its numerously-layered surfaces that express the energy and complexity of urban culture. 

L.A. artist Anne Wang combines animated portraiture and landscapes, breaking their spaces abstractly through geometric forms, and suggesting a simultaneity between abstraction and representation. (P. Reddy) 

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Brewery Annex - Reception; Sunday, September 10th from 1-3 p.m.
Sep
1
to Sep 28

Brewery Annex - Reception; Sunday, September 10th from 1-3 p.m.

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EHJA KANG
MARSIA ALEXANDER-CLARKE
RENEE AMITAI

reception: Sunday, September 10, 2017

LA Artcore is pleased to present a three-person exhibit at LA Artcore’s Lincoln Heights gallery in the Brewery Arts Colony featuring three Los Angeles artists.

Altadena-based Artist Marsia Alexander-Clarke will present Buscando, a recent video work whose experimental use of geometric form, color, and light utilizes animating and video editing techniques to develop a continuously and subtly-shifting landscape of bold, interacting forms. Alenander-Clarke received her MFA at Claremont Graduate School in 1974. The artist will exhibit concurrently at Mt. Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles.

In the artist’s oil paintings, West Hollywood artist Renee Amitai abstracts color, shape, light, and form bringing experience between abstraction and representational imagery. Amitai’s process is fueled by, “A Search for mystical meaning of the forces of nature.” Amitai studied at L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts de Paris and has worked additionally as an architect in France, Italy, Israel, and the United States.

The paintings of Northridge-based artist Ehja Kang explores abstraction and collage gesturally to convey rapid a movement of thinking, through a balance of chance and control. Kang’s paintings make monumental this approach. 

 

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