Recommended openings for this Saturday…

Chet Zar - showing this Sat at Copro Gallery
Chet Zar - showing this Sat at Copro Gallery

Sat, Oct. 3rd 8-11:30PM
Copro Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space T-5 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.398.2643
“Lilith” featuring new works from Chet Zar + “In God We Trust, Inc.” featuring work from Winston Smith + “Infinity In A Second” featuring new works from Rachel Bess + “The Killer Clown Revue” featuring new works from Dark Vomit + a special live appearance from J.W.G. the clown and much more
(On view through Oct. 24th)
www.copronason.com

Sat, Oct. 3rd 7-10PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
New works from Van Arno + new works from Melissa Forman
(On view through Oct. 24th)
www.coreyhelfordgallery.com  

Sat, Oct. 3rd 6-10PM
Crewest
110 E. Winston Street @ Main St in Los Angeles / 213.627.8272
“Graffiti Sprits” featuring new works from Man One – his 1st solo exhibition in almost 5 years, don’t miss it
(On view through Oct. 31st)
www.crewest.com

Sat, Oct. 3rd 6-9PM
Gallery825
825 N. La Cienega Blvd in Los Angeles
‘MOCA Contemporaries Art Stimulus’ – the MOCA Contemporaries joins forces with LAAA to offer a spectacular two-for-one-membership opportunity. When you sign up for a membership at Art Stimulus, you will automatically receive annual memberships for the MOCA Contemporaries and Los Angeles Art Association. Plus there will be a special raffle where you can win an amazing sculpture by Shizuko Greenblatt and music from DJ Patrick Icon (CAVE Gallery)
(One-night only event)
http://www.moca.org/museum/involvement_act_contemp.php
http://www.laaa.org/  

Sat, Oct. 3rd 8PM-12:30AM ($8 at the door)
Hive Gallery
729 S. Spring St in downtown Los Angeles
“Tarot Card Show” featuring 22 Hive Gallery regulars painting the Major Arcana of the tarot deck and 40 new artists painting Minor Arcana cards – quite the cool idea, will be interesting to see how all interpreted this one. See website for full line up of the 60+ artists – also featuring tons of live bands, DJ action, live burlesque, cash bar and much more
www.thehivegallery.com  

Sat, Oct. 3rd 6-9PM
Melt Gallery @ Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.851.7223
“A Murder Of Crows: A Children’s Primer” featuring works collected by Linda Pine – artists featured in the show include Tim Biskup, Dave Cooper, Gabe Leonard, Dan May, Kelly Vivanco, Nick Gallo, Nicole Bruckman, Steven Weissman, Jason Polan, Jennifer Lewis and many more
www.meltcomics.com

Sat, Oct. 3rd 5-9PM
Monkeyhouse Toys and Art Gallery
1618 ½ Silver Lake Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.662.3437
New works from John Michael Gill
(On view through Oct. 18th)
www.monkeyhousetoys.com  

Sun, Oct. 4th @ 7PM ($10 at the door)
UCLA Ackerman Grand Ballroom
308 Westwood Plaza in Los Angeles
“REVO LA” – a large benefit art show featuring works from Ekundayo, Audrey Kawasaki, Allison Torneros, Shepard Fairey, Mr. Brainwash, Joshua Clay, Aaron Kraten and many more
www.startarevo.org
www.revola.org  

COMING UP NEXT WEEKEND:
October 10th & 11th
BEYOND EDEN ART FAIR
A multi-gallery event celebrating the new contemporary art scene in Los Angeles
LA Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park
4800 Hollywood Blvd.(near the Vermont intersection) in Los Angeles
For full details, check out www.beyondedenartfair.com

Beyond Eden: ‘Heroes & Villains’ sneak peek

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BEYOND EDEN ART FAIR
A multi-gallery event celebrating the new contemporary art scene in Los Angeles
www.beyondedenartfair.com  

Opening Gala: Sat, October 10th 8PM-Midnight

Fair runs October 9th – October 11th

LA Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park
4800 Hollywood Blvd. (near the Vermont intersection)
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Beyond Eden is excited to have the “Heroes & Villains” photographic exhibit from Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho be included as a special part of our fair.

Representing a three-year long project, “Heroes and Villains” features intimate portraits of the most notable emerging and established figures in the Pop Surrealist, Graffiti and Alt-Comic Book worlds including portraits of such Los Angeles based notables as Todd Schorr, Dave Kinsey, Gary Baseman, Seonna Hong, Audrey Kawasaki, Saelee Oh, Mark Ryden, Robert Williams, Tim Biskup, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Mr. Cartoon, Chaz Bojorquez, COOP, Shepard Fairey, Kozyndan, Souther Salazar, Liz McGrath, Shag and many more. Don’t miss this when you come through to check out the fair next weekend.

Galleries taking part:
Billy Shire Fine Arts, Black Maria Gallery, Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art, Copro Gallery, Crewest, drkrm, Gallery 1988, Gallery Nucleus, La Luz De Jesus, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG), LeBasse Projects, Subliminal Projects, Synchronicity Space and Thinkspace.

Some of the artists exhibiting at ‘Beyond Eden’ include:
WK Interact, Chris Mars, Dave Cooper, Liz McGrath, Amy Sol, Ekundayo, Ericailcane, Know Hope, Ron English, Brooks Salzwedel, Yosuke Ueno, Shepard Fairey, Paul Chatem, Jeff Soto, Chris Peters (shown above), Catherine Brooks, Scott Campbell, Junko Mizuno, Nathan DeYoung, Ronald Kurniawan, Nathan Ota, Caia Koopman, Scott Radke, Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Sumi Ink Club, Morgan Slade, and many more.

Updated list of live painters taking part in the ‘Artists Village’ located in the courtyard area:
Mear One, Prince Parise, John Parks, Dabs Myla, Jesse Hotchkiss, Michael Pukac, Paul Torres, Anthony Clarkson, Sharktoof, Bumblebee, Unification Theory, Nate Frizzell, Yoskay Yamamoto, Philip Lumbag, Joshua Mays and one or two more to be confirmed over the coming week.

For a full list of events and more details, please check www.beyondedenartfair.com

Andrew Schoultz curated show next Sat @ Scion…

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Scion presents
“Infinity”
Curated by Andrew Schoultz

“Infinity” is a group exhibition of artists whose practices or aesthetics relate to the many facets of the infinite. The vastness of this concept will be explored by 15 artists through painting, drawing, photography, and 3D multi-media installation. The subject matter as well as the medium will vary greatly. Some artists work may be a more literal interpretation of this subject, suggestive of such things as mathematics, space, time, technology, abstraction, pattern, or repetition, while others have chosen to address the opposite or “finite”, such as fragility, mortality, the temporary, and even doomsday scenarios. Sounds interesting huh?

Perhaps hit this up before or after Beyond Eden next Sat. As always, no shortage of goodness here in LA to take in and enjoy.

“Infinity” features works from Butt Johnson, Xylor Jane, Richard Colman, Andreas Guerrero, N. Dash, Aaron Noble, Ryan Wallace, Joseph Hart, Ryan Travis Christian, Chris Natrop, Noah Davis, Hilary Pecis, Andy Diaz Hope, Andrew Schoultz, Chris Duncan

Opening Reception: Sat, October 10th | 7-10pm

Scion Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave (at National) in Culver City
www.scion.com/space

Next Friday at Thinkspace…

Esao Andrews "Farewell Avery" sneak peek
Esao Andrews "Farewell Avery" sneak peek
Tony Philippou "Mary In BronxZooLand" sneak peek
Tony Philippou "Mary In BronxZooLand" sneak peek
Joshua Mays "Tempo Momento" sneak peek
Joshua Mays "Tempo Momento" sneak peek

Esao Andrews ‘Farewell Avery’ (main gallery)
Tony Philippou ‘Mary In BronxZooLand’ (project room)
Joshua Mays ‘Tempo Momento’ (’Fresh Faces’ series)

Opening: Fri, Oct. 9th 7-11PM
@ Thinkspace
4210 Santa Monica Blvd (near Sunset Junction in Silver Lake area of LA)

Look for interviews and studio visits to be posted here in the coming week with Esao, Tony and Joshua.

For additional sneak peeks from each artist, please see below. The digital preview will be ready soon, so please shoot an email to contact@sourharvest.com if you’d like to see the previews.

Esao Andrews sneak peek
Tony Philippou sneak peek
Joshua Mays sneak peek

All three artists will be in town for the opening reception, so please be sure to swing on through.

This November at Copro Gallery…

Copro this NOV

What a lineup! Stella returns to LA after rocking things with us earlier this summer. Expect a small showing of new work from her and Nicoletta, but this will be Amy’s first solo in sometime, so hopefully she brings a nice collection of new works for her fans in LA to enjoy. Can’t wait!