Sarah Rossiter, "Neutrality (Gate)" 2009, color print on canvas, 81 x 180 inches (207 x 456 cm) Courtesy of Sarah Rossiter and den contemporary art                                                       

Sarah Rossiter, "Neutrality (Gate)" 2009, color print on canvas, 81 x 180 inches (207 x 456 cm) Courtesy of Sarah Rossiter and den contemporary art                                                       

den Contemporary Art

Apr 01 2010

Illuminating Devices - Sarah Rossiter and Dorsey Dunn

den Contemporary Art, Pacific Design C8687 enter Melrose Avenue, Suite B275 West Hollywood, CA 90069

Admission: FREE

Exhibition runs through April 30.

Los Angeles-based artists Sarah Rossiter and Dorsey Dunn will present a large-scale installation of image and sound, transforming the gallery into an elevated, floating landscape. Altogether, the installation will consist of a 40-channel sound field and 100 linear feet of photographic wall murals.

Rossiter's wall-size photographs will share a continuous horizon line, creating a panorama of natural and abstract content that places the viewer in an unexpected observatory. Dunn's sound field will take shape of a bird wing, with custom-designed speakers arranged in long arcs throughout over 3,000 square feet of the gallery space. Via this sculptural array, rhythmic, self-generating tone structures sonically unfurl in the space.

This is the first exhibition of Rossiter and Dunn's work at den contemporary art. The gallery also has photographic works by artists Leyla Cardenas, Corina Gamma, and Michael Napper.

In the Project Room during April, some large black and white photographs by Michael Napper as well as some photo-collages by Leyla Cardenas will be on display. 

http://www.dencontemporaryart.com

 


                                               

                                               

© Jeff Antebi

© Jeff Antebi

© Livia Corona

© Livia Corona

   © Marc Smith

   © Marc Smith

Apr 03 2010

Pro'jekt LA 1: Official Opening Night for MOPLA

Bergamot Station - 2525 Michigan Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90404

Admission: FREE

The Lucie Foundation is excited and proud to launch the second annual Month of Photography Los Angeles. Join us for the Opening Night at Bergamot Station, Frank Pictures and Robert Berman Galleries hosting the first installment of Projekt LA, MEXLA: Our Neighbor Mexico: Through the Eyes of Jeff Antebi, Livia Corona and Marc Smith. 

 

 


                                                         

                                                         

GroupSC 2009 - An Intimate View of Southern California - Premiere Installation

Apr 03 2010

GroupSC 2009 - An Intimate View of Southern California - Premiere Installation

Minarc/Gallery Skart - 2324 Michgan Ave Santa Monica, CA 90404

Admission: FREE

45 Artists have created stories about their neighborhoods in an area that covers the territory to create An Intimate View of Southern California. Santa Ynez is the North West Boundary, San Diego, the South West Boundary, Anza Borrego, the South East Boundary, and Apple Valley the North East Boundary. The photo-based installation will be moveable and presented with the latest multi-media technology.

Apr 03 - Minarc/Gallery Skart for Opening Night

Apr 08 - LACDA for Downtown Artwalk

Apr 23 - Minarc/Gallery Skart for FreshFairs

Artists: William Cates: Santa Ynez Valley, Jonas Jungblut: Isle Vista, Jane Gottlieb: Santa Barbara, Attasalina Dews: Ojai, Vinit Satyavrata: Ventura, James Scolari: Ventura, Joe McDougall: Malibu, Donald Loze: Santa Monica Mountains, David Meltzer: Beverly Hills, Cindy Bendat: Santa Monica Pier, Helen K. Garber: Ocean Park, Dave Healey: Venice Beach/Night, Shelley A. Gazin: Marina del Rey, Nancy Louise Jones: Venice, Sara Jane Boyers: Santa Monica Airport, Aline Smithson: West Los Angeles, Westwood, Cheviot Hills, Tom Paiva: Culver City/Playa del Rey, Leimert Park, Nick Martinez: West Hollywood, First Shots Fired: Hollywood, Jim McHugh: Mid Wilshire/ Los Angeles, Meg Madison: Hancock Park/Westlake, Ronnie Clark: South Central, Andrew Ty Lee: Downtown Los Angeles, story 1, First Shots Fired: Downtown Los Angeles, story 2, Kiet Thai: Chinatown,Ted Meyer: Downtown East, Stuart Rapeport: Highland Park, Judith Ann Warren: Eagle Rock/Glendale, Leslie Rosenthal: Pasadena, Rae Threat: North Hollywood, Gustavo Castillo: Sherman Oaks, Colleen Caamaño/Joe Keppler: Shadow Hills, Kyoshi Becker Mckizzie: Antelope Valley/Santa Clarita Valley, Elizabeth Walker: Apple Valley/Victorville, Nancy Baron: Palm Springs, Jonde Northcutt: Idyllwild, Rex Bruce: Pomona, Don Davidson: Redlands, Tom M. Johnson: Lakewood, Nick Capaci/Jonde Northcutt: Santa Ana, Gina Genis: Laguna Woods Retirement Community, Lisa Folino: Newport, Steven Churchill: San Diego At Night,Thomas Antel: Anza Borrego, Chris Quilisch: Los Angeles Alleyways, Lillian Elaine Wilson: Car Commuting – Burbank – Brentwood, Rose-Lynn Fisher: Abandoned Couches, Los Angeles.

Concept and Direction: Helen K. Garber


                                                          

                                                          

  © Natasha Calzatti

  © Natasha Calzatti

    © Sara Jane Boyers

    © Sara Jane Boyers

    © Cathy Immordino

    © Cathy Immordino

Apr 06 2010

Pro'jekt LA 2: LA Intrigue: Sights + Scenes

Space 15 Twenty - 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Admission: FREE

LA Intrigue: Sights + Scenes showcases different vantage points of the great city of Los Angeles. From raving to traffic, the valley to the coast, and everything in between.

Featuring the work of Cathy Immordino, Joao Canziani, Natasha Calzatti, and Sara Jane Boyers.

 


                                               

                                               

© Rayne Roberts

© Rayne Roberts

 © Chloe Aftel

 © Chloe Aftel

© Sam Comen

© Sam Comen

© Noah Kalina

© Noah Kalina

© Amanda Marsalis

© Amanda Marsalis

© Jon Johnson

© Jon Johnson

Apr 13 2010

Pro'jekt LA 3: Dear Diary - Six LA Photographers.

Space 15 Twenty - 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Admission: FREE

Dear Diary: Six LA photographers, one week and an intimate view into daily life, surroundings and what little moments are made still. 

Featuring the work of Rayne Roberts, Chloe Aftel, Sam Comen, Noah Kalina, Amanda Marsalis and Jon Johnson.

Curated by J + K Creative.

 

 

 


© Comrade

© Comrade

©Eva Kolenko

©Eva Kolenko

© Hugh Kretschmer 

© Hugh Kretschmer 

© Adam Levey

© Adam Levey

© Steven Lippman

© Steven Lippman

© Anthony Redpath

© Anthony Redpath

© Zachary Scott

© Zachary Scott

© Jamey Stilling

© Jamey Stilling

Apr 20 2010

(Rescheduled) Pro'jekt LA 4: Ad-Nauseam: Un-Commercializing the Commercial

space 15 Twenty - 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Admission: FREE

Rescheduled -

Curated and hosted by Sharpe and Associates. Limited Edition prints made by A and I  Photographic and Digital Services and proceeds benefit Lucie Foundation's Snapshop! - a one-day photo workshop program for underserved high school youth.

Snapshop! aims to cultivate the photographic minds of the future and for youth to acquire skills that might not be available to them at their home, schools and communities and is hosted by Santa Monica College on Saturday, April 17, 2010.

Featuring the work of Comrade, Eva Kolenko, Hugh Kretschmer, Adam Levey, Steven Lippman, Anthony Redpath, Zachary Scott, Morgan Silk and Jamey Stillings.

http://www.sharpeonline.com


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Apr 22 2010

MOPLA and Annenberg Space for Photography present WATER - A Slideshow Event.

Annenberg Space for Photography - 2000 Ave of the Stars Los Angeles, CA 90067-4700

Admission: FREE

The Annenberg Space for Photography is presently hosting an exhibition Titled: Water, Our Thirsty World in conjunction with the National Geographic Magazine special April 2010 issue on global fresh water.

This one night special program will highlight the work of photographers not in this exhibition, but who have focused on fresh water, the environment and the issues connected to this topic.


GroupSC 2009

Apr 23 2010

GroupSC 2009

MINARC/Gallery Skart - 2324 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica

Admission: FREE

Santa Monica – GROUPSC 2009, a consortium of fifty regional documentary artist-photographers, directed by Helen K. Garber, will again showcase An Intimate View of Southern California in conjunction with MOPLA, the Month of Photography, Los Angeles.  

The mixed-media mobile projection hub, Miss Lucy, will be installed outside MINARC/Gallery Skart, 2324 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, on April 23 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.  This installation is in conjunction with the opening night reception for MOPLA’s Fresh Fairs, a fine art photography print fair that will be held across the street at Pier 59 Studios, Michigan Avenue, Santa Monica.


© Rose-Lynn Fisher

© Rose-Lynn Fisher

© David Bacher

© David Bacher

© Tatiana Botton

© Tatiana Botton

© Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson

© Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson

Apr 27 2010

Pro'jekt LA 5: Sustenance and Sustainability: Focused Projects to Raise Awareness and Affect Change

Space 15 Twenty - 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028

Admission: FREE

Sustenance and Sustainability: Focused Projects to Raise Awareness and Affect Change. Featuring the work of Rose-Lynn Fisher, Tatiana Botton, Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson, and David Bacher.

7pm to 8pm with Hennessey + Ingalls. Rose-Lynn Fisher signing of her book BEE, joined by Verlyn Klinkenborg, nature writer/NY Times editorialist, who wrote the introduction.

http://vimeo.com/9896047