Hey everyone, here’s an art show I’m in. The artist reception is this afternoon. Hope to see you there!
Sunday, Mar. 22, 2015
A Juried Group Art Exhibition
March 18 – April 5, 2015
Juror: Leslie Cozzi, Curatorial Associate, Hammer Museum
Organizer: Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art (SCWCA)
Participating artists: Julianna Balogh, Lili Bernard, April Bey, Ching Ching Cheng, L. Aviva Diamond, Merrilyn Duzy, Simone Gad, Shelley Gazin, Morgan Green, Shannon Keller, Denice Killian, Olga Lah, Emily Maddigan, Ana Medina, Susan Melly, Margaret Noble, Ellen November, Michelle Rozic, Cintia Segovia, Lidia Shaddow, Kendra Spear, Linda Vallejo and Emily Wiseman.
LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts Gallery
Wednesday through Sunday
12 to 5 PMEasy parking! There is a new underground parking lot open right across the street. The rates are lower than anywhere else in the area – $1/hr for the first 2 hours, $3/hr for every hour afterwards.
Pulse of LA is an intriguing exhibition that presents LA as a rapidly changing, interconnected arena will open March 22, 2015 at LA Artcore in Little Tokyo. Organized by the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art. Curator Leslie Cozzi of the Hammer Museum said of her selection process for the 29 works in the show:
“I chose the pieces that most piqued my curiosity. The resulting selections are riotous, challenging, and in a few instances, gleefully perverse. The works range from the representational to the abstract and everything in between. They encompass a variety of media including assemblage, and even iPhone photography. Some explicitly raise questions about identity, celebrity, and community; others embed their political concerns within their embrace of kitsch. Many of the works directly recall past feminist art practices, and in doing so yield new insights about the role of decoration, adornment, and self-display within the arts and society at large. When taken as a group, the diversity of these works may be a more compelling to the question originally posed than any single artwork could ever suggest.”
Lili Bernard artwork featured in the show:
Blessed Mother and the Dragon, Oil on Canvas, 48”x36″ © 2011 Lili Bernard, Available for Purchase
Oshun’s Altar-Hair Salon for Donning and Dismissal of the Conqueror’s Coiffure Installation and Performance, © 2014 by Lili Bernard, Available for Purchase