On Saturday, January 13th, Art Share LA hosted the ‘Untitled’ gallery opening. With over 200 people popping in and out throughout the night made for a sociable evening. The pieces in this show added quite an edgy but spunky vibe to the collection. The film chandelier created by Tracey Weiss made for quite the selfie spot.
“Artists’ portfolios were captured in slides well into the late 1990’s and even into the early 21st century for some. Since the digital film has taken over, slide portfolios and slide libraries have been collecting dust in artist studios and educational institutions everywhere. In this work viewers are invited to view these miniature, framed images as objects unto themselves, evolving from an outdated photography medium to a new sculpture medium.” -Tracey Weiss, Artist
'The Place Where Your Started,' uses cinematic projections to weave elements of present day Los Angeles with Latin American literature and magic realism. The show will run May 17-19 from 7:30-10PM.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Aamar Blair began writing poetry at the age of 14. Growing up as a introverted soul, Aamar found open mic nights to be the pathway to get over his shyness. And by doing so, Aamar decided to create a platform for other artists to share and expose their talent and ideas.
Joseph Montalvo, commonly known as Nuke, has always had a passion for mural art. His curiosity and for mural art, at the age of five, lead him to the place he is today.