Show closing + Record Listening. Johnny's. Down time. Events.
Show Closing + Record Listening - Saturday, June 9th, 6pm
This Saturday, June 9th, will be the final day for our current show "Between
The Clock And The Bed" a group show organized by
Pamela Jorden featuring the work of David Hughes, Pamela Jorden, Michael Mahalchick,
Rebecca Morris, Ian Pedigo, Amy Sarkisian and Tyler Vlahovich. Makes plans
to stop by before it closes.
Also on Saturday we will be hosting a Record
at 6pm sharp. We will be listening to Jimi Hendrix's "Crash Landing",
a postumously released album from 1975. Like a film or video screening,
we will present some historical info of the album and then listen to it,
front to back, with a brief intermission to stretch legs and switch sides.
We'll have a few chairs available, but bring a pillow or yoga
mat or summat for comfort if you think of it just in case it turns out
to be more than a few of us.
Directly following, and perhaps during intermission, we will most likely be
spending a little time at Johnny's, the bar directly next door to the gallery
(5006 York to our 5006 1/2) who hosted us after our last opening and who are
now officially open to the public!
Information and photos on our current exhibition can be found on
Save the date: Saturday, July 7th, 7-10pm
After a few weeks of downtime (see below) we will host our
next opening on Saturday, July 7th (07/07/07!). LA based artist Gabie Strong
has organized "Time Writers from the Mirror Horizon" featuring the
work of Andy Alexander, Kent Familton, Wendy Heldmann, Kathleen Johnson, Alice
Konitz, Tracy Nakayama, Gina Osterloh, Sean Sullivan, Kristine Thompson and
Jeremy Yoder who will be using the gallery located at 5006 ½ York Blvd.
as a starship for explorations of time and space. Some might consider the word "landscape" as
a proper painterly term to describe some of the work presented in this show,
as an analogy for the curious rub between past, present, and future; others
will just say, "far out!" We'll
also have an opening sound performance by Sharon Cheslow and Steven Kim.
Gallery closed for a few weeks
David Patton Los Angeles will be closed from June 10th until July 7th.
We will still be contactable via email.
Other eastside events, one much farther east
Three local events of note: this Saturday from 4-8pm, LA artists Max Lesser,
Phil Chang and Ronni Kimm will be hosting an open studio at 5028 York Blvd.
down the block). Also on Saturday Night is the NELA
Second Saturday event. On Saturday
the 16th the Glendale College Art Gallery will present the opening
of a show of new sculptures from Carlos Mollura and Chris Nichols. More info
on this upcoming show can be found
here. Lastly, Austrian artist Hans Schabus has an exhibition opening at Site
Santa Fe on the weekend of June 21-22. Dig
Locations and such:
David Patton Los Angeles is located
on York Blvd., a chip-shot east of Avenue 50 on the south side of the street.
According to our friends at the Google we
are a scant 10 minutes jaunt from Chinatown. The gallery is open Thursday
through Saturday, from 12-6pm as well as by appointment 'natch.