New Work on Canvas by Dana Crossan

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A graduate of the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design, Crossan’s stunningly chromatic, brilliantly rendered canvases have been exhibited in group shows throughout the South as well as in New York, Hungary and France. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in Manhattan.

StandPipe Gallery
150 West 25th Street
New York, NY


Nigel Cooke

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Nigel Cooke, Washed Up Thinker, 2010

Cooke’s paintings, “hybrid theatrical spaces” as he has called them, often depict fantastic graffiti-strewn architecture and supernatural landscapes. Rendered in a naturalistic style that bounces back and forth between affirmation and complication of the canvas surface, Cooke’s paintings hover in the vicinity of landscape, still life, portraiture, and narrative tableau without ever touching down. His current paintings similarly flirt with and confound another painting tradition, the “figure in the landscape as allegory.”

For further information, please contact the gallery at 310-836-2062 or

Cubicle at DA Center for the Arts

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Cubicle is an group exhibition of art based on the confinement of the idea of cubic form.

This group show explores the concepts and ideas surrounding the workspace environment within an office cubicle. Leslie Brown has selected five California artists who create work surrounding the concepts of isolation and privacy one encounters to obtain an optimum environment void of distractions.

Featured Artists:
Jon Ginnaty,Ceramic Sculpture
Karen Kauffman, Painting, Printmaking
Richard Corral Painting
Michael Elderman Photography
Lee Tusman Fiber

DA Center For the Arts
252 South Main Street
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 397-9716


Recent Paintings by Fumiko Amano

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Artist Reception: Thursday, January 13, 6-9pm

Left Coast Galleries
12324 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, CA 91604
(818) 760-7010

Slamdance Film Festival Jan. 21-27, 2011

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The 17th Annual Slamdance Film Festival, All Is Not Lost will be showcasing fresh and innovative voices in short film featuring 56 shorts continuing with Slamdance tradition of presenting rare precious cinematic artifacts. Screenings will run January 21-27, 2011 in Park City, Utah.

For more information visit:



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A group exhibition that includes works by

Kim Abeles
David Hollen
Jeremy Mora
Robert Reynolds
Sia Aryai

Curated by Gemma Sonego

Opening Reception Friday November 12, 6-9 pm

Forma Mentis

Roughly translated as “the qualities of the mind,” the exhibition’s title provides salient clues as to the category of what it investigates. Many of the words we use to describe the visual world — form, shape, texture, contour, etc — have metaphorical implications for viewing the mind as an energy construct, a formless force both universal and infinitely variable. All of the artists assembled by Forma Mentis curator Gemma Sonego at Gallery Aryai are working in and around this vein of inquiry, supersaturating often non-traditional materials with a density of personal, political, and emotional significance.

From David Hollen’s evocative, biomorphic abstract sculptures expressing “an intuitive understanding of the geometry… and ubiquitous physical forces at play” in the invisible structures of the world; to Jeremy Mora’s painstakingly rendered, idealized miniature environments and architectural fantasies; photographer Sia Aryai’s hand-embellished prints combining haunting portraiture, sensual figuration, and lyrical abstraction; noted installation artist Kim Abeles’ new wall relief Knotted Histories, which uses telephone wire and both found and made objects to portray the cultural baggage of the private and public events that have transpired during her lifetime; and finally Robert Reynolds’s Fisher of Men, a large-scale sculptural installation reworking a popular Biblical image into a modern-day secular meme — these artists examine memory without sentimentality, approach science with a sense of wonder, and interrogate dogma with a literary wit.

Aryai Gallery
8457 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Gallery hours:
Thursday – Saturday 2-8pm
and by appointment


William Eggleston

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William Eggleston’s iconic photography and prints dating from 1965 through 1985 — including several of Eggleston’s most iconic images will be on view at the Edward Cella Gallery. Designed to present insights into the photographer’s working methods and philosophy, the exhibition is especially timely as it runs concurrently with William Eggleston: Democratic Camera Photographs and Video, 1961-2008 presented by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and with the forthcoming, William Eggleston: On the Road presented by dnj Gallery.

Edward Cella Art+Architecture


Gosha Levochkin: Going Places

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Gosha Levochkin “Going Places”

A Solo Exhibition

Opening Reception
Friday, October 8th, 7pm – 11pm

DJ BusRider, DJ L Croskey

C.A.V.E. Gallery
507 Rose Ave.
Venice 90291

7 Deadly Sins @ Ikon LTD./Kay Richards Contemporary Art

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January 30th – March 26th, 2010

Tuesday-Friday 11-5:00pm
Saturday 12-5:00pm

IKON LTD./Kay Richards Contemporary Art
Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave, G4
Santa Monica, CA


Autumn Lights LA, Sat. Sept 25th, 2010

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Saturday, September 25th – 7pm -1am

Returning from its successful 2009 event at its new home Pershing Square, AUTUMN LIGHTS LA 2010, showcases Los Angeles and International artists presenting various forms of performances. sculptures, installations, projections utilizing the medium of light.

Media Contact:
Lilli Muller

Pershing Square
532 South Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

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