Drinkin', Smokin', & West Coastin' presents "LA Is Still Trying To Kill Me"
Aug
19
to Sep 23

Drinkin', Smokin', & West Coastin' presents "LA Is Still Trying To Kill Me"

Think Tank Gallery and Vans present Drinkin’ Smokin’ & West Coastin’ – A Group Love/Hate Letter to LA - a month of art and events about their hometown, and all the stereotypes that come from it – especially the true ones. It's a reflection on classic Best Coast culture from the '84 Olympics to the Kings/Lakers rivalry, the period when they grew up with their city, and all the great and terrible things that happened in between. 
Opening is August 19th, 7:30pm - 1:00am and until September 23rd.

Explore the link below for the daily events happing during the exhibition:

https://drinkinsmokinwestcoastin.com/

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TRASH PEOPLE
May
12
to Jun 24

TRASH PEOPLE

  • Eastern Projects Annex Gallery (map)
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TRASH PEOPLE is a solo exhibition by Erica Luedtke at Eastern Projects Annex Gallery. This exhibition is a collection of new work from Luedtke that is representative of the progress that happens through intense struggle. With the use of found, industrial materials in conjunction with bright colors at a large scale, value is given to things that are typically looked at as unimportant. This work is sad, lonely, and stressful. However, it is also cheerful, bright, and hard to ignore.

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Phosphor-Obscura
May
20
5:00 PM17:00

Phosphor-Obscura

Phosphor-Obscura is an exhibition of work from Kristen Phipps and Erica Luedtke that relates ideas such as time and color vibrancy with visual depth and familiarity. Phipps’ work integrates camera obscura techniques to explore the darker undertones of deterioration and projection.  Memories become about past and future; a chromatic wasteland of uncertainty. Luedtke’s work explores the formal qualities of paint and color luminosity while questioning the relationship between the figure and ground. This exhibition encourages viewers to contemplate themes such as life and death, and to be open to transformation.

www.phosphor-obscura-exhibition.com 

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