We are living in a time when our concepts of reality are becoming increasingly obsolete. We are outgrowing our beliefs of "us" versus "them" and of "good" versus "bad" as we start to move towards a higher perspective where boundaries are not so easily drawn and projections crumble in the face of human
This exhibition shows artists' attempts at reaching higher ground where the unimaginable provides a stepping stone into a future that includes contrast, encourages difference, and strives to see through the veils of separation and alienation.
Marlaya Charleston, Irina Chelyapov, Jenik Cook, Irina Dorkhova, Elize, Patricia Ferber, Barry Gordon, Georganne Heller, Marc Hill, Oga Hofmann, Paul Ivanushka, Lark, Galina Kovshilovsky, Paola Luciani Fulbright, Lyle Rushing, Sel Sarkin, Tatiana Savchenko, Jane Serebrenikov, Lana Sokoloff, Marlene Struss, Young Summers, Svetlana Toth, Olesya Volk, John Waiblinger.
The brick-and-mortar art exhibition will be at our new pop-up gallery space at 12609 Hawthorne Blvd, Hawthorne, 90250 at Phantom Galleries.
Art Reception: January 23, 2 - 5 pm
Musical Entertainment by SangomaBeat and guest musicians. Bring your instruments and let's have a little jam session at the end of the exhibition.
Parking is easy: There is a parking lot behind the galleries. If that's full there is another, bigger City parking lot just across the little side street (126th), which is fine to use.
Image above by Paul Ivanushka