Art openings for this weekend (Feb. 15th/16th)

Art openings for this weekend (Feb. 15th/16th)

Thus, Feb. 14th 7PM – Midnight
Ghetto Gloss
2380 Glendale Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.912.0008
“The Garden Of Delight” with Christopher Bettig, Timothy Jason Reed, and Rachel T. Robertson
www.ghettogloss.com

Fri, Feb. 15th 7-11PM
The Grind Gallery
12222 Venice Blvd. in Venice
“Love & Bullets” group show
(On view through March 7th)www.thegrindgallery.com

Sat, Feb. 16th
GR2
2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276
“Overgrowth” featuring works from Zachary Rossman, Brian Rush & Katherine Guillen
(On view through March 12th)
www.gr2.net

Sat, Feb. 16th 7-10PM
New Image Art Gallery
7908 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood / 323.654.2192
“Drown In Your Boots” featuring new works and an installation from Swoon
(On view through April 19th)
www.newimageartgallery.com

Sat, Feb. 16th 7-10PM
SCION Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave in Culver City / 310.815.8840“Love Will Bring Us Apart Again” curated by Apart – check site for full details
(On view through March 1st)
www.scion.com/space

Sat, Feb. 16th 7-10PM
Tropico de Nopal
1665 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles / 213.481.8112
“Los Eternos 2.0” featuring new works from Charles Glaubitz
(On view through March 22nd)
www.tropicodenopal.com

Sat, Feb. 16th 8PM-late
TruXtop
2876 Rowena Ave in Los Angeles / 323.661.1665
“Finders Keepers II” featuring new works from Walt Hall – TruXTop’s farewell show/closing
(On view through March 22nd)www.truxtopgallery.com

* Please know this is by no means a complete listing of all the art happenings in LA, nor do we try to attempt to be that, as there are great sources like the LA Weekly and many others for that. We strive to direct you towards exhibits that we plan to check out ourselves. Most shows we suggest fall within the realm commonly referred to as lowbrow, pop surrealism, outsider, new contemporary, etc. Enjoy!

It is always best to contact the gallery directly or visit their website to confirm all listings and to ask about possible cover charges or other restrictions.

Juxtapoz.com talks up this Fri’s openings @ thinkspace…

View the love for “The Trinity” here:
http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2485&Itemid=1

View the love for “Pins & Needles” here:
http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2486&Itemid=1

Be sure to roll through if you are in town, all three artist that make up “The Trinity” are in town from NYC for the opening.

Scott Radke’s journal…

If you haven’t checked out Scott Radke’s website lately, he’s launched a great online journal a ways back and there are many teasers of works from our upcoming show with him, “Pins & Needles”, that opens next Fri in our project room.

We’ll have 15 new works on view from Scott Radke and there will also be 9 new works from fellow sculpture artist Kevin Titzer, whose found metal and hand-carved wood sculptures are just a perfect compliment to Scott’s stunning creations. Very excited for next Fri – thinkspace will be buzzing from front to back in a big way.

Scott’s online journal: http://scottradke.livejournal.com/

And while you are at it, here’s Kevin’s site: http://www.kevintitzer.com/wp_bio.html

Be sure to roll through next Fri if you are in town, and if not, know all works will be viewable online come the day of the show (and before if you’re interested in purchase, so please drop a mail to contact@sourharvest.com now to get on the waiting list for the preview).

Vinyl Pulse previews The Trinity + Pins & Needles…

VinylPulse.com recently previewed “The Trinity” and “Pins & Needles” exhibitions opening on Fri, Feb. 8th – check the link below for some sneak peaks:
http://www.vinylpulse.com/2008/01/preview-the-tri.html

Juxtapoz.com also recently blogged up links to our recent shows from Sarah Joncas, Camilla d’Errico and Melanie Moore…
http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2425&Itemid=1

Look for more behind the scenes shots to be posted mid-next week on VinylPulse.com