Good news on several fronts – and a busy weekend for all!

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 4, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 4, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 3, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 3, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 4, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Emily Joyce, Tree Rings for Judith Pancake (Gold) 4, 2013 unique silkscreen on paper, 48 x 48 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Recognition of Sight, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 39 x 39 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Recognition of Sight, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 39 x 39 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Flatland,, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 33 x 33 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Flatland,, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 33 x 33 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, A Square, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 25 x 25 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, A Square, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 25 x 25 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Pentagonal Structure, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 55 x 55 inches Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

Tommy Fitzpatrick, Pentagonal Structure, 2013 acrylic on canvas, 55 x 55 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery, Houston

 

Emily Joyce, Some Tree Rings, A Vision, and the Third of May, and Tommy Fitzpatrick, Flatland, open at Inman Gallery in Houston on Friday, June 28. Contact gallery for information.

http://www.inmangallery.com/artists/joyce_emily/Joyce_2013/Joyce_2013_04.html

 

Maya Lujan, an image captured from social media. Details not provided. Courtesy of the artist and Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles

Maya Lujan, an image captured from social media. Details not provided.
Courtesy of the artist and Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles

 

Maya Lujan, image from press release. Courtesy of the artist and Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles

Maya Lujan, image from press release.
Courtesy of the artist and Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles

 

Maya Lujan, solo exhibition, opening at Carmichael Gallery on Thursday, June 27. Contact gallery for information.

http://www.carmichaelgallery.com/shows/june272013.html

 

(right) Laurie Nye, The Golden Hive of Her Lost Head, 2013 (left) Jennifer Rochlin, En Route to Irkutsk, 2013 Courtesy of the artists and Statler Waldorf Gallery, Echo Park/Los Angeles

(left) Laurie Nye, The Golden Hive of Her Lost Head, 2013
(right) Jennifer Rochlin, En Route to Irkutsk, 2013
Courtesy of the artists and Statler Waldorf Gallery, Echo Park/Los Angeles

 

Laurie Nye and Jennifer Rochlin, The Crystal Eaters opens Saturday, June 29 at Statler Waldorf Gallery. Contact gallery for information.

http://www.statlerwaldorfgallery.com/contact.php

 

Kenneth Tam, press release image  Courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery, Los Angeles

Kenneth Tam, press release image
Courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery, Los Angeles

 

Katie Herzog, press release image Courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery, Los Angeles

Katie Herzog, press release image
Courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery, Los Angeles

 

Kenneth Tam, Polite, Intelligent and Respectful, and Katie Herzog, Transtextuality (SB 48) open on Saturday, June 29 at Night Gallery. Contact gallery for information.

http://nightgallery.ca/

Chad Attie, Cassiopeia Falls (detail) Courtesy of the artist and AndrewShire Gallery, Los Angeles

Chad Attie, Cassiopeia Falls (detail)
Courtesy of the artist and AndrewShire Gallery, Los Angeles

Ashley Hagan, Layer Cake, 2013 Courtesy of the artist and AndrewShire Gallery, Los Angeles

Ashley Hagan, Layer Cake, 2013
Courtesy of the artist and AndrewShire Gallery, Los Angeles

 

Chad Attie and Ashley Hagan, two-person exhibition Take 5: Series 3 opens at AndrewShire Gallery on Thursday, June 27. Contact gallery for information.

http://www.andrewshiregallery.com/main-la.htm

Also on Thursday, June 27, OVERLOAD, a group exhibition with twenty-four artists opens at Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills. Contact gallery for information.

http://www.garboushian.com/exhibitions/overload.php

Press release image for Jubilee (second iteration) with Joe Biel and Nathan Bockelman, at RAID Projects (great image, right?)

Press release image for Jubilee (second iteration) with Joe Biel and Nathan Bockelman, at RAID Projects (great image, right?)

From social media:

“Jubilee (second iteration) is an installation/performance work. The piece involves a performer enacting a series of determined actions with a series of determined objects, but the sequence and duration of actions is largely chance determined. The work is an amalgamation of strategies and has affinities to the actions of Bruce Nauman, the chance works of John Cage, and the absurdist theater of Samuel Beckett. Direct narrative is avoided in favor of a more allegorical approach, where the gallery/studio and subsequent actions within it, may suggest a wide range of possible meanings and associations. The nature of Jubilee is essentially modular and is designed so that it could be realized in a variety of future spaces and contexts.”

See RAID Projects Fb page for information.

https://www.facebook.com/events/492919557445562/

 

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On Friday, June 28, Commonwealth and Council host, and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions present the launch of a new publication by Gina Osterloh, Group Dynamic.

Contact Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions for information and to RSVP.

http://welcometolace.org/events/view/gina-osterloh-group-dynamic-catalogue-release-party/#media

 

Image of artist Julia Paull participating in Monster Drawing Rally 2012. Courtesy of the artist, the photographer, the Armory Center for the Arts, and Outpost for Contemporary Art

Image of artist Julia Paull participating in Monster Drawing Rally 2012.
Courtesy of the artist, the photographer, the Armory Center for the Arts, and Outpost for Contemporary Art

Also on Saturday, June 29, in the afternoon, Armory Center for the Arts presents MONSTER DRAWING RALLY, hosted by Outpost for Contemporary Art.

I beg your indulgence in my posting of the press release:

“Time again for the Monster Drawing Rally, a live drawing and fundraising event hosted by Outpost @ Armory at Armory Center for the Arts. Featuring live drawing by 100 artists, the event includes tacos, food, beer by Craftsman Brewing Company, music, and kids drawing activities. Admission is a $10 donation at the door.

Monster Drawing Rally features 100 artists—twenty-five artists drawing simultaneously in four, one-hour shifts. Audiences will have the rare opportunity to watch art being created and purchase completed drawings for $75 each. Proceeds benefit Outpost @ Armory.

Monster Drawing Rally is an annual tradition established in Los Angeles by Outpost for Contemporary Art, now Outpost @ Armory. The event concept was developed in 2001 by Southern Exposure, a San Francisco-based, artist-centered, not-for-profit, and has continued to thrive there since. Outpost @ Armory is pleased to bring the concept to Los Angeles’ vibrant art scene.

Guest DJs Canyon Cody (Subsuelo) and Xandão (Sound Ethnography Project)
Guest Curators The artists in this year’s Monster Drawing Rally were selected by a group of area curators including Juliette Bellocq, Jeff Cain, Carol Cheh, Commonwealth & Council, Gladys-Katherina Hernando, Katie Herzog, James MacDevitt, Lauren Mackler, Sohrab Mohebbi, Corrina Peipon, Cindy Rehm, Amy Thoner, Marjan Vayghan, and Stephen van Dyck.

Participating Artists (list in formation)

1:00 – 2:00 Mark Allen, Jennifer Celio, Daniel Chang, Robey Clark, Alika Cooper, Ramiro Gomez, Jonathon Hornedo, Daniel Ingroff, Carey James, Ana Llorente, Susan Logoreci, Danielle McCullough, Matthias Merkel Hess, Chris Oliveria, Paul Pescador, Mary Anna Pomonis, Nikki Presley, Mark Rodriguez, April Street, Michelle Weiner, Jemima Wyman

2:00 – 3:00 Raul Baltazar, Kristin Beinner James, David Bell, Tanya Brodsky, John Burtle, Josh Callaghan, Veronica Duarte, Kate Hoffman, Steven Hull, Flora Kao, Janne Larsen, David Leapman, Sophie Lee, Maryrose Mendoza, Amitis Motevalli, Corrie Siegel, Sergio Teran, Geoff Tuck, Dani Tull, Paul Waddell, Yuju Yeo, Adriana Yugovich

3:00 – 4:00 Ali Chitsaz, Veronique d’Entremont, Tim Durfee, David P. Earle, Patricia Ferber, Helki Frantzen, Audra Graziano, Mark Steven Greenfield, Evah Hart, Asher Hartman, Lorraine Heitzman, Nick Herman, Anna Ialeggio, Alice Konitz, Jeff Levitz, Jason Manley, Hagop Najarian, Christopher O’Leary, Michael Pinto, Joe Sola, Christine Wang, Liz Young, Weronika Zaluska

4:00 – 5:00 Scoli Acosta, Julie Adler, Alyse Emdur, Jay Erker, Roni Feldman,Justin John Greene, Josh Holley, Adria Julia, Sojung Kwon, Elizabeth Leister, John Martin, Ragen Moss, Alison O’Daniel, Patricia Perez, Calvin Phelps, Sarah Rara, Pranay Reddy, Guan Rong, Nils Schirrmacher, Kate Sikorski, Skip Snow”

Contact the Armory for more information.

http://www.armoryarts.org/visit/2013-armory-events/monster-drawing-rally/

Cheers.

P.S.

I would remind you that No Vex happens every Tuesday at Hyperion Tavern. It’s 12:04 AM, so that’s already today! Yee-hah.

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