Saturday, March 6.
The Hammer Museum
Rachel Whiteread Drawings
(could not take any pictures of the show!)
In the lobby hall: Rob Fischer Few Landmarks and No Boundaries,
2009,(Gymnasium flooring and hand-painted signs)
Private Whispers by Carmina Escobar
A two minutes concert for two persons. A man proposed to two of us to enter a small room under the stairs in the lobby hall. A woman greeted us, made us sit on chairs, asked us if it was OK to cover our heads with some fabric. Dark. And then she made noises with different objects, she whispered, very close to our ears. It was the strangest thing. But a nice surprise.
A pause at the museum's cafe.
"Process Art (Dead Man Don't Make Sculpture)"
by Nathan Maubry Bronze, 87 x 58 x 41 inches
The sculpture, bought by the MCASD and the Hammer was in San Diego at the MCASD La Jolla last year. See my post about it here.
Next stop: Giant Robot 2
"Asian American Pop Culture and Beyond"
2062 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles CA 9002
The stickers vending machine at GR.
You don't really know what you get until you look inside the small folder the machine delivers after you pay 4x25c.
Next stop: Bergamot Station
Shoshanna Wayne Gallery
Oliver Michaels: Museum Postcards
March 6th – April 3rd
Frank Lloyd Gallery
Larry Bell: Portraits of Joan / New Collages
Greenfield Sacks Gallery
Joe Goode: "Golden Dreams"
William Turner Gallery
Mikel Alatza - Kadir Lopez
A view of the gallery - work by Kadir Lopez
All the following portraits by Mikel Alatza
Luis de Jesus Los Angeles
Daniel Tierney / The best laid plans are made in ruins
First Luis de Jesus Los Angeles' opening. The main space shows Daniel Tierney's paintings.
I am curious and interested to see how the installation "John Henry" by David Adey (currently at the Athenaeum in la Jolla) will work in that space.
the group show room
The second room presents a group show including San Diego based artists Brian Dick, Jason Sherry, David Adey and Lael Corbin. I wish them the best in this new adventure and I hope to come to see some of their upcoming solo shows!
Federico Solmi's piece