Art Share L.A. is thrilled to announce our Spring 2016 Gallery Season.
Gallery Opening: February 20, 7-10 PM.
Whether through expressive drawing, fine art photography, or geometric abstraction, the classic black-and-white binary proves anything but simple in the dynamic, elegant, and surprising works of this eclectic group.
L. Aviva Diamond
Moran de Musee
Gallery Opening: March 12, 7-10 PM
With visual wit and offbeat curiosity, these artists are united by an affection for the perennial charm of the everyday objects and materials taken out of context or meaningfully misused, transforming the quality of attention we pay to what might otherwise go unnoticed.
Beck + Col
Gallery Opening: April 2, 7-10 PM
Both personal and universal, portraits can be so much more than likenesses; as the human face becomes the site of mystery, familiarity, symbolism, memory, aspirations and longing negotiated between representation of truth and interpretation of style.
Gallery Opening: April 23, 7-10PM
Disintegration, ambiguity, entropy; enigmatic abstraction, cautionary allegory, the drama of distressed surfaces — these works speak both to mortal decay and primordial creation, specifically the liminal moment when meaning does not yet fully exist.
Gallery Opening: May 28, 7-10 PM
What is the difference between a house and a home? These artists explore the qualities that infuse architecture with meaning beyond its sheltering function, define domestic and civic space, and impart identity to its vast and intimate aspects.
Flight Patterns — 6/29 – 7/16
Gallery Opening: July 2, 7-10 PM
From aerial photography to the fractal trajectories of birds taking wing, the alchemical mathematics of the human genome and the majesty of sacred geometry, the symphonics of computer code and the fundamentals of design — the human mind is tireless in its quest to recognize resonance of the micro and macro principles that organize our world.
Annabelle Del Valle
Satan’s Disco — Exhibition 7/27 – 8/06
Gallery Opening: July 23, 7-10 PM
Like the old story about fiddling while Rome burns, sometimes the only logical response to existential fears is just to dance. From poetic walks through the crisis of darkness to the undertaking of rituals to stave it off, these artists are not afraid to shine a light into the shadows — whether that light is a devotional candle or a neon strobe.