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Art Openings This Weekend (Aug 28-30)

08.27.09   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Events   |   By: Neu Black
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Thurs, August 27th 6-10PM
BFF Storefront Gallery
4316 Melrose Ave (near Heliotrope) in Los Angeles
“Joyride Art Show” in conjunction with the Bicycle Film Festival – group show presented in collaboration with New Image Art and Anonymous Gallery featuring works from Kenny Scharf, Martha Cooper, Kelsey Brookes, Cheryl Dunn, Maya Hayuk, Scott Campbell, Erik Foss, Mike Giant, Mear One, Chris Stain, Geoff McFetridge, AIKO, Ellis Gallagher, Leo Fitzpatrick, Rich Jacobs, I LOVE DUST, James Jean, Aakash Nihalani, and many, many more.
www.bicyclefilmfestival.com

Fri, August 28th 6-10PM
The Gas Company Lofts
810 Flower Street in Los Angeles
“Kaboom!” featuring new works from Michael Pukac and Mear One plus both will be painting live
(On view through Sept. 4th)

Fri, August 28th 7-11PM
Ronin Gallery
1924 Echo Park Ave in Los Angeles
“In the Flat Field” featuring new works from Parskid and Julian Duron
(On view through Sept. 25th)
http://www.theroningallery.com/

Sat, August 29th 9PM-1AM (Admission is $8 $6 entrance with a costume)
CANNIBAL FLOWER 9 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW
New Location:2079 E. 15th StLos Angeles, CA90021 – Just off of Alameda, near the 10 Freeway / Cross street is Santa Clara
With featured Artist Kelly Berg and live Performance from the Ephemme Suspension Performance (ESP), plus live music and fashion show alongside live painting from Mear One and Michael Pukac along with Live Body Painting from Bryan Crumpand a huge group show featuring works from Mark Mothersbaugh, Robert Miltenberg, Chris Peters, Chet Zar, Mear One, Alex Garcia, Ekundayo, Paul Chatem, Dabs and Myla, Nate Seubert, Craig “Skibs” Barker, Tiki Jay One, Liz Brizzi, Joe Bravo, Brian Robertson, Michael Pukac, L. Croskey, Erick Rodriguez, Delphia, Anton Godard, Donna Louise Seron, Katherine Siy, Nicole Bruckman, Macsorro, Salah, John P. Wales, Shay Davis, Paul Torres, Patrick Hammerlein, Kyle Harper, Shahid Brown, Michele Waterman, Emiliana Henriquez, Matt Rae, Terri Berman, Douglas Alvarez, Carlos Ulloa, Richard Arthur, Kelly Thompson, Stephen Canthal, Taslimur, Rebecca Peloquin, Dion Macellari, Brendan Tierney, Rory Gilmore, John Hicks, Snow Mack, Emily Scott, David Foto, Mickey M. Edtinger, Sergio D. Robleto, N.S. David, Yuki Miyazaki, Atiba Azikiwe Andrews, Jose Carabes, Cambria, Glenn Arthur, Cate Rangel, Ubaldo Miranda Villa, Greg Yoshitaki, Elizabeth Caffey, Marla Carter, Donna Letterese, Sarah Ramirez, Michelle Cohen and more along with resident DJ’s Mr. NumberOnederful and X-Point along with guest DJ’s DJ Jas Shepherd of KPFK’s Forward Motion along with Patrick Icon of C.A.V.E Gallery ad DJ Bus Rider
(One-night only event)
http://www.cannibalflower.com

Sat, August 28th 7-11PM
Exhibit A Gallery
1086 South Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles / 323.954.7295
“Bipolar” group show featuring works from Allison Sommers, Bigfoot, James Naccarato, Melissa Haslam, Mike Maxwell, Nate Frizzell, Sas Christian, Tiffany Liu, Tim Biskup, Jenn Porreca and many more
www.exhibitagallery.com

Sat, August 29th 7-11PM
Gallery Nucleus
210 East Main Street in Alhambra / 626.458.7477
“Sweet Streets” is a group show celebrating the enigmatic cool of Japanese Harajuku street fasion co-curated by CARO, the show’s impressive lineup features 40+ artists including Yumiko Kayukawa, CARO, Junko Mizuno, Angie Mason, Yoko d’Holbachie, Elizabeth Ito, Mizna Wada, Tiffany Liu, Hideo Okamoto, Griselda Sastrawinata, Kevin Dart, Fawn Fruits, Tessar Lo, Stef Choi, tokidoki, Anna Chambers, Kozyndan, Mari Inukai, Karen Chau, Jeremyville, You Byun, Attaboy, Lauren Gregg, SKAFFS, Kirsten Ulve, Thomas Han, Tim Biskup & Tigerlily, & Danni Luo and the opening feature music from the streets of Tokyo and appearances by Harajuku girls
(On view through Sept. 14th)
www.gallerynucleus.com

Sat, August 29th 8-10PM
Goodform Salon
725 N. Fairfax Ave
“Age Of Reason” featuring new works from Nathan Spoor
www.goodformsalon.com

Sat, August 29th 8-10PM
JapaneseAmericanNationalMuseum
369 East 1st Street in Los Angeles / 213.625.0414
“Glorious Excess (Dies)” featuring new works from Mike Shinoda of LinkinPark
(On view through Oct. 4th)
www.janm.org

Sat, August 29th – doors @ 7PM
Riverside Municipal Auditorium
3485 Mission Inn Ave. in Riverside
“Sea No Evil Art Show 2009″ benefit auction featuring works from Anthony Lister, Arnold Cornelio, Ashley Macomber, Bwana Spoons, Cathie Bleck, Cali Dewitt, Chivo, Chris Rubino, Chris Ryniak, Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins, Dave Cooper, Dave Kinsey, Deph, Dire, Dustin Ortiz, Dylan Martorell, Fabian Iezzi, Jonathan Garcia, Justin Heathcoat, George Thompson, Glen E. Friedman, Gregory Euclide, Gretchen Ryan, Heather Carlton “Hezaa”, Hydro 74, Iqvinder Singh, Jeff Phillips, Jeff Soto, Jeffrey Pidgeon, Jennifer Becker, Jon Chase, Kevin Christy, Kevin Peterson, Logan Hicks, Lola, Louis Henderson, Madsteez, Marc Hemeon, Mars-1, Maxx 242, Maya Hayuk, Melinda Read, Michael Muller, Michael Sieben, Mike Stilkey, Munk One, Nathan Fischer, Neko, Oliver Sutter, Peggy Oki, Priscilla Iezzi, Renee Lawter, Renta, Ryan Jacob Smith, Scott Morse, Shaunna Peterson, Shepard Fairey, Six Gun Drums, Steven Daily, Tim Biskup, and Travis Millard
http://www.seashepherdartshow.com/
www.SeaShepherd.org

Sat, August 29th 8-11PM
Solid Gallery One
334 N. Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles
“Collaborations” a group show celebrating their 2 Year Anniversary featuring collaborative works from AXIS / MICHAEL ROWLETT, NEEDLES / JEREMIAH BARBA / JOSH DUFFY, ROBIN PERINE / H.R. GIGER / SLYMENSTRA HYMEN. CLINT CARNEY / CAM RACKAM. MERS / L.G., JIM SYLVIA / NICK HAWTHORNE, ANDY DELEON / RYOE, KIKO / EYESR / SPENCER (14.2.1) / OWIE, MONKEY / ELIAS, 13:11 / JARRETT DeMARTINO / MISS WENDY, and more…
(On view through Oct. 18th)
www.solidgalleryone.com

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