Just released the latest video of the seventh pop-up exhibit "No Date No Title" featuring the paintings of Mae Engron.
Just released this new video featuring the Carlo Marcucci exhibition “Objects, Space and Light” held at Sixty29 Contemporary from July 1 to October 31, 2016. The exhibition curated by Pranay Reddy.
Music “World Without…” is by Swedish composer Ars Sonor.
November 5th to 20th, 2016.
Join us for the opening reception on November 5th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Presented by Quotidian. Curated by Jill Moniz.
Quotidian is pleased to present an exhibition featuring the works of Mae Alice Engron at Sixty29 Contemporary. This is Mae's first show in Los Angeles since her inclusion in the extraordinary exhibition The But for the Grace: A Tribute to Pathfinders and Visionaries held at The Gallery Tanner in 1991. Mae passed away in 2007, but thanks to a supportive collector, left a treasure trove of works that are featured in this exhibition.
Mae was first and foremost a colorist. The hues and tones she created from layers of pigments are incredibly rich and sophisticated. She had a tremendous awareness of her practice, of the depth and breadth of color and the freedom it gave her to express a range of emptions.
She was a black woman artist working in abstraction alone in the middle of the country and virtually without peers. Her robust and complex compositions have a unique language where color is her vocabulary, and she expertly explored the versatility of her syntax.
Otis College of Art and Design art professor Holly Tempo will give a presentation of Engron's works on November 19th at 4:00 PM. Accompanying this exhibition is the "No Date, No Title" catalog offering a look into Mae Engron’s life and practice, as well as her historical work with oil on foil.
This exhibition will be open daily: Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 - 6:00 PM
OTHER GALLERIES EXHIBITING IN CULVER CITY ON NOVEMBER 5th:
KLOWDENN MANN GALLERY: Rebecca Farr: "Out of Nothing" Artist Talk: 4:00 pm
LUIS DE JESUS: ￼ Chris Engman: "Prospect and Refuge" (5:00 - 8:00 pm)
EDWARD CELLA ART & ARCHITECTURE: Jeffrey Vallance: "Now More Than Ever" (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)
ANAT EBGI: Ethan Cook: “Shakespeare” (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)
CHERRY & MARTIN: Jennifer Boysen, Katy Cown, Michael Ray (6:00 pm - 08:00 pm)
KOPEIKIN GALLERY: 25th Anniversary Show (6:00 pm - 08:00 pm)
HONOR FRASER GALLERY: Annie Lapin: "Watchers and Winks” + Guthrie Lonergan (6:00 - 8:00 pm)
MIM GALLERY: Cima Rahmankhah: “I Can’t Park Myself” (6:00 - 9:00 pm)
VON LINTEL GALLERY: Klea Mckenna: “Automatic Earth” + Steven Steinman: “Sparks & Showers”, (6:00 - 8:00 pm).
During the Culver City Art Walk 2016, Sixty29 Contemporary will be open and exhibiting artist Carlo Marcucci's "Objects, Space & Light" from 2 - 6:30 PM. At 4:00 PM there will be a live performance by singer-songwriter Victoria Van Winkle.
About ART WALK 2016
The Art Walk 2016 event will be centered on Washington Boulevard between Helms and Fairfax Avenues and will celebrate the beginning of the fall art season with a free self-guided tour of art galleries exhibiting new and distinguished artists, musical and dance performances throughout the day at various venues, interactive experiences and special offerings at several area restaurants. There will be activities for all ages to explore, experience and enjoy the Culver City Arts District. Throughout the day, music and dance performances will be at Art Walk venues. Performers include AVA Dance, HOLA's Rock Band, Par Avion, Super Ultra Megatones, The Sposato Brothers Band and Victoria Van Winkle.
The Arts District is conveniently located just one block east of the Culver City Expo stop. Parking in the area is limited and guests are encouraged to carpool, bike or use public transportation to the event. Guests are encouraged to park in the Ince parking structure located on the corner of Ince and Washington Blvd. Guests are advised to refrain from parking in the residential area surrounding the Culver City Art District.
Guests can take advantage of unlimited bus rides for $1 courtesy of Culver CityBus along the Artwalk route. Culver CityBus will provide service for ART WALKers along Washington and Culver Boulevards between Downtown Culver City and Fairfax Avenue for only $1 (One Dollar). ART WALKers may board any Culver CityBus at participating Culver CityBus Stops and purchase an ART WALK bus pass from the driver on the day of the event. The ART WALK bus pass is valid for unlimited rides along Line 1 and Line 4 between noon and 8 p.m.
About Culver City Arts District
The Culver City Arts District encompasses more than 25 contemporary art galleries, 14 specialty restaurants and home to creative enterprises such as architecture, advertising, culinary arts, post-production, landscape and interior design. Located on Washington Boulevard between Helms and Fairfax Avenues as well as La Cienega Blvd. between Venice and Fairfax Avenue it is easily accessible by both the Culver City and La Cienega Expo Stations.
More information about the Art Walk 2016 and updates regarding activities, gallery events, music venues, performers, and performance times are available by visiting the Culver City Arts District's Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/CulverCityArtsDistrict/
Another short video about Carla Viparelli's exhibition's opening reception for"Silicosophy" held on Thursday, September 17, 2015. Soundtrack performed by Ketsa.
For all of those art fans that missed Carla Viparelli's exhibition held at Sixty29 Contemporary last September (2015), we announce the release of the newest Digital Art-Chival video featuring the Neapolitan artist's show that was expressly created for our Culver City space.
From September 12th to the 28th, 2015, prolific and eclectic Neapolitan artist Carla Viparelli will exhibit her new body of works expressly conceived for Sixty29 Contemporary.
The title “Silicosophy” comes out from the conjunction of terms Silicon and Philosophy to express the research of the artist focused on Art and Science where Silicon, with its many possibilities of changes, becomes the absolute protagonist of artworks in motion.
The artist explores under aesthetic and philosophic aspect not only the many mutations of Silicon as a mineral, but explores the possibility of creating art works in motion. Paintings that from the static nature of canvases move on toward artworks in movement: pictorial worlds which come to life, intersect and alternate one other, almost performing a dance of possibilities of beauty.
In addition to this exhibit, the artist will hold a lecture at Italian Cultural Center of Los Angeles on September 22nd, 2015 from 6 to 9PM. During the lecture a selection of works and a video will be presented to the public.
September 12 - 28, 2015
Opening reception: Thursday, September 17, 2015, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Performer and music researcher Mark Humphrey plays Doc Watson’s “Handsome Molly” at Sixty29 Contemporary during the Culver City “Summer Art Crawl”.
There was a good crowd and many children in attendance as twelve-year-old Jennifer Lockhart performed various arias last Saturday (June 20, 2015) at Sixty29 Contemporary during the Culver City Art District’s “Summer Art Crawl”.