THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER

October 23, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

 

THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER

 

The stars align next month with three exhibitions open simultaneously in the L.A. area. Zen Psychosis: Anatomy of a Dream opens at California State University Los Angeles, Saturday, Nov 4, 4-6pm. Curated by Mika Cho, the show expands on the book's exploration of dream phenomena to create a participatory, multi-sensory experience. On view for two weeks only (thru Nov 16), with a closing reception and book signing Tuesday, Nov 14, 6-8pm.
 

Zen Psychosis: Anatomy of a Dream at the Silverman Fine Arts Gallery
 

Problematic Palms opens Nov 7 at the Marks Art Center in Palm Desert, with a reception Wednesday, Nov 15, 4-6pm. Curated by Shana Nys Dambrot and featuring work by Francesca Bifulco & Andrew K. Thompson, the exhibit debuts the series Chromatopia – multispectral exposures that combine infrared and visual spectrum light to create impossibly rich colors at epic scale. This new work is presented courtesy of Melissa Morgan Fine Art (thru Dec 15).
 

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Thunderbird – Multispectral Exposure – Palm Springs, CA – 2023


And don't miss Shifting Landscapes: Sea Level Rise in Los Angeles and Beyond at Building Bridges Art Exchange, curated by Marisa Caichiolo with artist Guillermo Vezzosi in collaboration and Dr. Eric Larour, Manager: Earth Sciences NASA/JPL. A discussion moderated by art critic Shana Nys Dambrot is scheduled for Saturday, Oct 28 at 11am. The exhibition's extended run ends Nov 7, including a closing walkthrough on Saturday, Nov 4 at 11am.
 

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Plan B (sculpture) and Sea of Change (8 min video) at Building Bridges
 

The Building Bridges residency is supported by The Getty Marrow ProgramThe Broad Diversity Apprenticeship, and the City of Santa Monica.


HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! 🌴



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