Category Archives: Exhibits

DVAN Annual Holiday Fundraiser – SF, 12/10/11

DVAN Annual Fundraiser

“This holiday season, the Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network invites you to our annual fundraiser and social mixer.

Celebrate with a reading from fiction writer Angie Chau (Quiet As They Come) and exhibits from visual artists Viet Le and Julie Thi Underhill. Meet other emerging and established literary and visual artists and learn about the DVAN Youth Group.

Reading, Art, Pecha Kucha & Dancing
Silent Auction

Delicious Appetizers, Street Food Carts and Wine Bar

Suggestion Donation at Door: Sliding Scale $10-20

We accept donations at http://www.dvanonline.com/donate/
DVAN. Support the arts. Support self and community.
dvanonline.org

Ample Street Parking Available.”

Manhwa, Story and Paintings Exhibition – LA, 11/17/11-11/23/11

Manhwa, Story and Paintings

“The Korea Creative Content Agency (President, Jae-woong Lee) will hold the special exhibition, “Manhwa, Story and Paintings” from November 17 through November 23, 2011 at the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles. At the Opening Show, the Korea Creative Content Agency plans to introduce an overview of the history of Korean animation with the over 80 original animation paintings.”

Kamen Rider vs Super Sentai – LA, 11/5/11-11/13/11

Kamen Rider vs Super Sentai

“The JACCC and Q Pop Shop/Gallery is excited to present an exhibition featuring the artwork of over 150 local and international artists celebrating the anniversaries of classic TV Japanese Series Kamen Rider (40th) and Super Sentai (35th). The latter would become The Power Rangers in America.

Participating artists include Adolie Day, Alex Puvilland, Amanda Visell, Amelie Flechais, Andy Bialk, Andy Gonsalves, and many more!”

  • WHERE: Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
    George J. Doizaki Gallery
  • WHEN: Saturday, 11/5/11 – Sunday, 11/13/11
  • HOW MUCH: FREE
  • MORE INFO: http://jaccc.org/kamensuper.php

TAYO Launch Party / Eliseo’s Art Exhibit Opening – 10/21/11, Moorpark

“TAYO Arts & Culture will be releasing its third annual literary magazine at this exhibit opening, supporting one of its longtime featured artists, Eliseo Art Silva in his exhibit opening at The Arthur Gallery. Eliseo’s solo exhibition of his paintings entitled “Memory and Surveillance” will include over a dozen new paintings and sculptures, running for the next two months and will include his posters and prints of paintings and murals. Over 25 paintings and sculptures will fill the gallery exploring contemporary themes, images, memory and narratives of Filipino America and beyond. We hope you can join TAYO and Eliseo on this special night.”

The 21st Annual Exhibition of Korean-American Calligraphy Association – LA, 7/29/11-8/11/11

Korean-American Calligraphy Association

“This exhibit will feature over 70 works of Korea American Calligraphy Association.”

Little Tokyo Design Week: Future City – LA, 7/14/11 – 7/17/11

Little Tokyo Design Week

“Little Tokyo Design Week: Future City (LTDW) celebrates the power of cutting edge design and technology now emerging from Japan and its intersection, with current trends materializing in Los Angeles. Design’s ability to move us towards a more sustainable and creative urban lifestyle is at the heart of this five-day festival, which will include exhibitions, symposiums, film screenings, and designer installations.”

Yukinori Dehara: Worldwide Panty Flash – LA, 7/2/11-7/27/11

Panchira

“Giant Robot is proud to host World Wide Panty Flash, paper clay sculptures by Yukinori Dehara.

We’ve featured Japanese artist, Yukinori Dehara annually and his exhibitions range from being touching to grotesque. Yet like most artists, he has a deep ideology behind his pieces although to the casual observer, they look like fun.

Panchira means panty flash.

In Yukinori Dehara’s words, ‘It sometimes takes a candid shot of the panty and the uncle is arrested though it is a shameful thing. Panchira is an important part of Japanese culture for men. People want panchira animation, idol, and figures because we can’t watch panchira at real world.’ ‘It is always noted in the commuter train and the town. I made figures imagining a lot of situations of panchira, so I love panchira.’

An opening reception for the artists will take place from 6:30 – 10:00 pm on Saturday, July 2, 2011.”

The Ham Ba Ga Show – LA, 6/25/11 – 7/8/11

The Ham Ba Ga Show

“Celebrate the Hamburger lifestyle with art, food and music!
Group art show featuring new work from over 30 artists.
Featured Artists:

Junko Mizuno Kevin Dart Elizabeth Ito Pete Oswald Riki Takaoka Robert Ryan Cory Casey Alexander Dan Krall Yoko Nomura Hellen Jo Justin Thompson Hideyuki Tanaka Patricio Oliver Luca Tieri Becky Dreistadt Glenn Harmon Andrew Erekson Nagi Koyama Jeff Ranjo Tara Whitaker Amelie Flechais Jeni Yang Mayumi Tanaka Martin Hsu Pakoto Martinez Pico Pico Victoria Ying Nana Aoyama Jeff Turley Clio Chiang Michelle Romo Mari InukaiA ndy Gonsalves Sean Galloway Patrick Awa Kali Fontecchio Tara Billinger Nico Colaleo Brian Kesinger Leo Matsuda Fawn Veerasunthorn Joe Pitt

and many more..”

  • WHERE: Q POP
    128 Astronaut E S Onizuka St
    Los Angeles CA 90012
  • WHEN: Saturday, 6/25/11 – Friday, 7/8/11
  • HOW MUCH: Unknown
  • MORE INFO: http://qpopshop.com/main/?p=191

The Life and Art of Video Artist Nam June Paik & The Artistic World of Ballerina Sue Jin Kang – LA, 6/25/11 – 7/23/11

Eun Joo Lee

“PYO GALLERY, LA, in conjunction with the Korean Cultural Center are pleased to announce a joint exhibition of photographs by two of Koreas leading stage photographers; Eun Joo Lee and Shinae Choi. Eun Joo Lee will exhibit a series of limited edition images of the influential video artist Nam June Paik and Shinae Choi will present the world-renowned ballerina, Sue Jin Kang. For decades Eun Joo Lee has captured the most respected performances in Korea and had the privilege of being the only photographer invited by Nam June Paik to document his final exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum. Nam June Paik was the first visual artist to fuse TV sets, music and noise with traditional art forms. His importance in this genre is global and is often dubbed the grandfather of video art. Lee traveled between Seoul and New York for fifteen years to photograph Paiks portrait and developed a life long friendship. While the focus of this exhibit is about the reflective celebrity portraits, there is also an intriguing narrative of the two successful photographers being exhibited. They are mother and daughter. This presentation commemorates the 5th anniversary of Paiks passing and has travelled to Seoul, Tokyo, and New York before coming to Los Angeles.”

  • WHERE: Pyo Gallery
    1100 S Hope street Suite 105, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  • WHEN: Opening reception – Saturday, 6/25/11, 5-8pm
    Saturday, 6/25/11 – Saturday, 7/23/11
    Gallery open Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm
  • HOW MUCH: FREE
  • MORE INFO: http://www.pyogalleryla.com/

Ongoing Bali exhibit at the Asian Art Museum, SF, 2/25/11 – 9/11/11

Bali: Art, Ritual, Performance brings the art and artists of this special Indonesian island to San Francisco so that you can experience firsthand its culture, beliefs, and practices. See not only artworks but explore the context in which they were made and used, as the museum comes alive with the kinds of music and performance that fill Balinese ritual life.

The 131 artworks on view—many borrowed from international collections and never before seen in the U.S.—range from simple, yet deftly woven images of the rice goddess to elaborately carved and gilded chairs. Shadow puppetry, gamelan performances, masked dances, and more provide a museum experience as unique and mesmerizing as Bali itself.”