The exhibition spotlights Los Angeles artists David Jang and Barbara Kolo among many others.
David Jang's work utilizes materials and object-making to articulate the countervailing forces inherent in the everyday—expansion and contraction, perfection and imperfection, force and balance, have and have not. His process can be described as an exacting, fanciful, even obsessive re-appropriation of common materials—one in which he deconstructs, re-programs and re-constitutes industrial and commercial cast-offs to reveal new relationships between the object and the viewer.
David Jang's artworks have been exhibited at MOCA in 2012 and will be exhibited at the Laguna Art Museum 2013.
Barbara Kolo was born and educated in New York. Having developed an appreciation for art from an early age, her interest in drawing and painting lead her to attend the High School of Art and Design, followed by the School of Visual Arts. She received her BFA from SVA in 1981.
Barbara moved with her husband to Paris, France in 2000, for a two-year stay. Her paintings were part of several group exhibitions including one at the Palais des Art in Marseilles. The couple returned to Santa Monica in 2003 after a short stay on the East coast. Since then she has participated in over a dozen LA area solo and numerous group shows.
Barbara Kolo's artworks have been included in major international art fairs and have been collected by notable art collectors worldwide.
6-8pm, non-alcoholic drinks and nibbles
Select Artspace Warehouse artists will be in attendance.
Metered street parking on Beverly Boulevard, Fuller, Martel and other neighborhood streets.
Valet at Playa or at El Coyote - $6.50
Tuesday through Saturday | 11am - 6pm
and by appointment