Repost from @macksennettstudios - Our dear friends over at @sexybeastla have a special gala coming up to benefit @plannedparenthood! Tickets are on sale now! Who could say no to this lineup of artists and vendors, all while supporting an amazing cause (100% of ticket sales go towards PPLA!!) ~ more information below. ・・・
The Beast is back and TICKETS ARE LIVE, honey! Join the brightest lights of the creative community on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Sexy Beast’s biennial benefit gala for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, presented by @MarcianoArtFoundation. 100% of ticket sales go to PPLA! Get tickets now and party for the cause at the link in our bio! 💕👆💕
The evening features a jaw-dropping silent art auction with coveted art and design lots and a dazzling variety show honoring ✨ #JennyHolzer ✨, hosted by the hilarious @KaterBerlant featuring musical performances by @Moses and special guest @iamkelseylu, a dance performance by @no_one.arthouse and an address from PPLA CEO Sue Dunlap! .
Scrumptious dinner generously donated by @JonandVinnyDelivery, @HoneyHi, @KismetLosAngeles, @BotanicaFood and @HankandBeanLA! 🥂
Plus an over-the-top photo moment by @awolerizku, floral fantasias contributed by @handandrose, a pop-up shop curated by @shoplcd and more! 🌹💋
Get your tickets at the link above and shoot us an email to learn about sponsorship and volunteer opportunities! #SexyBeastGala2018
Charles Long’s Fountains @tanyabonakdargallery in LA! Wonderful to experience and wonderful to see @maryleighcherry at the helm!!!! So exciting for LA. @charleslongstudio #lagalleries @thebechtler #duchamplegacy
Also by Aida Izadpanah, this large scale installation measures 9ft x 12 ft comprised of 12 panels, Mixed media on wood panel. Now in LA for viewing.
Photos from her solo exhibition in NYC.
To schedule viewing, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aida Izadpanah's large scale textured and vibrant abstract paintings wake up the senses!
New arrivals now available for viewing at our #downtown LA gallery. Info@advocartsy.com.
Mixed Media on Canvas
70in x 70in
'As a modification of the term Color Field painting, I describe my abstract mixed-media works as Texture Field painting. In my opinion, abstraction is the purest form of artistic creation. It powerfully affects viewers because its immediacy does not rely on mental processing of representations. This means a greater likelihood to experience the work first and only later to interpret it (if at all), at which point one’s experience of the work is already a part of what one is interpreting. So the effect is participatory. Commitment to this ethic stems from my doctoral degree in Environmental Psychology, for which I studied people’s mutual interactions with natural and created contexts. My role as artist, then, seems less a matter of conveying something to viewers than of inviting them in, which also reflects values from my personal character and native culture. The holistic effect of the work is what matters most: that which emerges from the layers of textures like something learned not by being taught but rather by living through the passage of time. Creating this work for me means being present and open for that to happen.'
Opening on Saturday, July 28th, featuring a new series of works by Jasmine Beckett-Griffith (@strangeling) entitled "Magical Thinking", plus a debut solo at @coreyhelfordgallery by artist Zoe Byland (#zoebyland ) and a romantic group show curated by @hihicaro
The New Romantics", featuring over 30 international artists. Hope to see you all there!
Main Gallery: Jasmine Beckett-Griffith "Magical Thinking"
This is Becket-Griffith’s second solo show with Corey Helford. Two years in the making, "Magical Thinking" will premiere twenty new acrylic paintings and over a dozen small-scale studies, as well as the debut of her first-ever large-scale sculptural installation.
Gallery 2: Zoe Byland "In the Presence of the Past"
In 20 new black and white paintings, Byland explores the dance of influence that the past has on shaping the present, and the present has on reframing our memories.
Gallery 3: "The New Romantics" Group Show
Entitled The New Romantics, the exhibition aims to “survey this moment’s neo-romantic yearnings for paradise, magic and transcendence above the climate of political, environmental and social turmoil." Featuring new works by Adrian Cox, Akiko Ijichi, Annie Stegg Gerard, Bao Pham, Camilla d'Errico, Carrie Pearce, Chloe Early, Dilka Bear, Erika Sanada, Hannah Yata, Happy D, Hirabayashi Takahiro, Iva Troj, Jana Brike, Joanne Nam, Junko Mizuno, kelogsloops, Lu Cong, Mandy Cao, Marie Larkin, Meredith Marsone, Miho Hirano, Naoto Hattori, Natalia Fabia, Nathália Suellen, Pruch Sintunava, Relm, Sarah Dolby, Shiori Matsumoto, Yuka Sakuma and Yumiko Kayukawa
COREY HELFORD GALLERY
571 S Anderson St (Enter on Willow St)
Los Angeles, CA 90033
The reception starts at 7pm and is open to the public. An advance online preview of the show can be requested at email@example.com