(Los Angeles) -- Edward Cella Art + Architecture is pleased to announce 6018 WILSHIRE for its feature Fall exhibition. The exhibition is a survey of the artists who have exhibited at this iconic Miracle Mile location since its establishment as an art space in 2003, and represents the final exhibition to take place there before the gallery’s planned relocation to a new facility in early 2015. Over the course of eleven years, the location has hosted two galleries and helped anchor a cohort of galleries on Museum Row. 6018 Wilshire pays tribute to the hundreds of artists that have shown in the space in more than a hundred solo and numerous group exhibitions.
Nature Redefined engages nature from the viewpoint of a contemporary artist. A time and place in which man and nature battles for position often in confrontation with one another. Each artist reflects directly and/or indirectly this fight pondering man's relationship to nature in contemporary society.
Saturday, July 20th
Organized by Susan Baik
READ CONTEMPORARY DALLAS
1507 Dragon Street
Dallas, TX 75207
Series 2: Matthew May, Pontus Willfors, Andre Yi
(June 8-21: Reception: Sat. June 8 from 6-8pm)
The AndrewShire Gallery, is pleased to present Take Five: Series 2, the second exhibition in the series will feature the work of Matthew May, Pontus Willfors and Andre Yi in a three-person show featuring paintings, ceramic and wood sculptures.
What happens when contemporary artists look within for inspiration to make art about landscape?
“Seen & Scene: The Imagined Landscape” comes to the new Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in May. Under the curatorial coordination of noted artist, writer, teacher and L.A. art-world figure John David O’Brien, the exhibition brings together seven contemporary artists all living and working in California. The show presents inspiring and distinctive viewpoints, all linked by the common theme of landscape as imagined, seen and interpreted through the imagination of the artist.
Museum of Art and History in Lancaster
665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corner of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)
Lancaster CA 93534
The Painted Desert represents diverse perspectives, interpretations and techniques addressing the desert as subject. This show celebrates artistic traditions both through process and concept. Paintings by artists Dennis Calaba, Cole Case, Todd Cooper, Jorg Dubin, Robert Dunahay, Samantha Fields, Richard Gallego, Kris Holladay, Christine Kline, Glen Knowles, Ellie Korn, Gregory Martin, Al Miller, Donnie Molls, Debbie Nelson, Ann Sly, Gerald Strangio, Sal Vasquez, Donna Weil, and Andre Yi will grace the second floor of MOAH from May 5 to August 18, 2012
The Irvine Fine Arts Center is pleased to announce, Landscape and Architecture, the second exhibition in a two-part series that explores the contemporary vernacular of these traditional subject matters. The exhibition will feature both painting and sculpture by 20 Los Angeles-based artists and one artist from The Netherlands
March 3 - April 7, 2012
Reception: Saturday, March 3, 5-8pm
Irvine Fine Arts Center
14321 Yale Avenue (in Heritage Park) Irvine 92604
A lot of Earth-themed art shows seem to be popping up around Orange, LA and Riverside counties lately. There was "Spaceship Earth" and "The Weight and the Magnitude" up in the Pomona Arts Colony/Claremont Village and Sant Khalsa's "River Run" in Riverside, and at the end of the month, "Speak for the Trees" opens at Irvine's House of Balsamic. Before that show, there's the Irvine Fine Arts Center's pro-green-themed exhibit, "Earth-Like Planet," opening this weekend...
"Andre Yi's hyper-spiritual acrylics perfectly embody the future/science/nature ideal with their twisty, gnarly tree trunks and stumps surrounded by green Kubrickian monoliths—the generators of universal life,..."
The Irvine Fine Arts Center is pleased to present Earth-Like Planet. This exhibition, curated by Matt May, explores the dominion where art and science intersect. In this territory, somewhere between real and imaginary, artists take on the role of forecasting a future of what may be and what is yet to come.
The term "earth-like planet" references the rapid advancement of science and technology, and in particular, that of deep space exploration. Inspired by such possibilities, this mixed media exhibition examines varying themes of wonderment, exploration, conservation and a resulting dose of sci-fi.
Claudia Bucher, Virginia Katz, George Katzengerger, Kelly Newcomer, Carolie Parker, Ephraim Puusemp, Jason Rogenes, Andre Yi
curated by Whitney Carter and Molly Larkey, April 29 - May 29, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, April 29, 7-10 pm
Artists: Sara Clendening & Eric Wesley, Samantha Fields & Andre Yi, Samara Golden & John Seal, Kate Harding & Steven Bankhead, Michael Henry Hayden & Anthony Lepore, Daniel Ingroff & Paul Pescador & David Gilbert, Kristi Lippire & Matt Wardell, Yunhee Min & Patrick Meagher, Tracy Nakayama & Jeremy Yoder, Amy Sarkisian &Tyler Vlahovich
Statler Waldorf Gallery is pleased to present “My House is Your House." The exhibition examines couples who work together, either in a direct capacity, or by sharing an intimate space outside of their respective studio practice(s). A partner’s role as confidant and critic is essential, as they are often privy to the most intimate evolutions that each other’s work endures over time. How do the conversations that happen within a studio and a home, with a partner whose opinion is a trusted source, affect one’s practice? “My House is Your House” also celebrates the role that communities of like-minded individuals (partners of another sort) play in our creative endeavors. In opening up one’s home, and creating connections with those around us, we build exchanges that ultimately make our world meaningful.
Sunday, April 17, 2011 2:00-5:00pm
Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock
2225 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
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General Admission: $30 at the door
Prepaid Admission: $25 paid by April 8
Art donated by over 150 emerging & established artists.
Group exhibition of works celebrating nature by Sant Khalsa, Constance Mallinson, Samantha Fields, Andre Yi, James Patrick Finnegan, Rebecca Hamm, Emily Smith, Sally Egan and Juan Thorp
Saturday, March 12, 6-9pm
Andi Campognone Projects
300 W. Second St.
December 4th & 5th
12pm - 7pm
There's incredibly vibrant and innovative art being shown all over Los Angeles but with such busy lives it's hard to get out to see it. Good news. I've done the legwork and brought the very best of what I've seen back to my house.
943 Iliff Street, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 at the home of Jacquie Israel - Art Consultant
Her Come Back Kid
Andre Yi has had exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, Amsterdam and Seoul as well as being housed in the collection of the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art. Yi is currently living and working in Los Angeles, California.
Margaret Griffith, Thomas Müller, Christian Tedeschi, Jamison Carter, Brian Mallman, Andre Yi, Mary Jean Mallman, Amy Maloof, Dana Maiden, Jill Newman, Kiki Johnson, Amy Blount Lay, Cielo Pessione, James Graham, Julia Latané Walker, Sophia Allison
Opening Reception, Saturday Aug 7, 2010
August 7 - September 11
Kristi Engle Gallery
5002 York Ave.
Highland Park, CA 90042
Curated by John O'Brien and Cielo Pessione
Participating Artists: Wendy Adest, Nena Amsler, Daniel Brodo, Matty Byloos, Jamison Carter, April Durham, Samantha Fields, Margaret Griffith, Mary Addison Hackett, Erika Lizée, Mara Lonner, Meg Madison, Nancy Monk, John O'Brien, Cielo Pessione, Rebecca Ripple, Steve Roden, Joseph Santarromana, Jose Sarinana, Elizabeth Saveri, Telemachus Studios, Carolee Toon, Shirley Tse, Hoang Vu and Andre Yi.
This is an exhibition of 25 contemporary L.A. visual artists who participated in collaboration with Sistema Museo in the Umbria region of Italy. Artwork was selected or created by these artists to travel and be exhibited within the existing archeological fragments on view in the Archeological Museum of Amelia in summer 2009. Placing their artwork within these archeological remains provided artists with a unique opportunity to find a significant and unusual setting for their work and to interact with these important art historical sources. Rebus Reconstructuring documents the results of this process by displaying the selected artwork and photographic images of the artworks within the museum collections.
Paul Davies | Christina Shurts | Andre Yi
February 27 – April 3, 2010
Opening Reception, Saturday, February 27th, 6 – 10pm
Lawrence Asher Gallery examines structure through the eyes and compositions of three distinctive painters. Paul Davies balances exquisite modern architecture in abstracted, painterly environs utilizing contemporary art-making techniques. Christina Shurts' loose and free application of paint reduces concerns with engineering principles of her super-structures. Dream states and imperfect memories serve as the catalyst of her creations. Andre Yi continues his masterly renderings of landscape and structure from a more focused, natural perspective. These paintings, inspired by his own photographs of National forests and parks, effectively examine man's complex relationship with the natural world.
Lynn Aldrich, Joshua Aster, Chad Attie, Claire Baker, James Buss, Kent Anderson Butler, Neha Choksi, Diana Cooper, Erin Cosgrove, Mike Cronin, Erin Dunn, Scott Daniel Ellison, Rene Holm, Whitney Hubbs, Anoka Faruqee, George Katzenberger, Andy Kolar, Matthew May, Dan McClearly, David McDonald, Douglas Meyer, Donnie Molls, John Mullin, Timothy Nolan, Patti Oleon, Jared Pankin, Carrie Paterson, Ephraim Puusemp, Matthew Ready, Lucas Reiner, Paul Silkowski, Allen Tombello, Megan Williams, Richard Wilson, Andre Yi
This multidisciplinary project will examine mining's history as well as its controversial present through lectures, visual arts exhibitions and films.
Mining is an essential part of the story of the Wood River Valley. Beginning in the 1860s, prospectors arrived in the valley in search of silver, galena and gold. The towns of Bellevue, Hailey and Ketchum sprang up to serve an influx of immigrants who came from Ireland, Wales, Germany and China to work the mines. Although eventually replaced by the sheep industry and later tourism, the long-term impact of mining on the valley continues to resonate.