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Carrie Mae Weems

SHIRIN NESHAT

SHIRIN NESHAT

Ed Lassry

Ed Lassry

Dash Snow

Dash Snow

JIM SKULDT
Tectonic Dinner Plates, 2013
Ceramics
Dimensions Variable - set of 15 plates, ranging up to 15”

Earth’s techtonic plates projected upon earth, as plates. Set of 15 makes up the entire sphere.


Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration.

LINCOLN TOBIER
Untitled, 2014
Archival ink jet print
15.75 x 11.75 in (40.01 x 29.85 cm) - Dimensions do not include the frame
Framed
5 of 5

STANYA KAHN
Flower and Snake, 2014
Ink and acrylic on paper
9.75 x 15 in (24.77 x 38.1 cm) - Dimensions do not include frame

VICTOR SOLIS
Montanto el Conchito (Riding the little pig), 2001
Acrylic on panel
22 x 22 in (55.88 x 55.88 cm)

MARY WEATHERFORD
California, 2012
Lithograph
27.25 x 22 in (69.22 x 55.88 cm)
Edition of 40
7 of 16 AP

CARLEE FERNANDEZ
The Strand that Hold us Together, 2014
Archival pigment print
12.75 x 17 in (32.39 x 43.18 cm) - Dimensions do not include the frame
Framed
1 of 6

JAMES WELLING
Swirl, 2014
Inkjet (epson 9800) on arches paper
24 x 18 in (60.96 x 45.72 cm) - Framed dimensions: 26.5 in height x 20.5 in width
Framed
Unique

Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration.

FRITZ HAEG
Wildflowering LA Sign & Print, 2013
Wooden sign and print
36 x 59 in (91.44 x 149.86 cm)
Framed
1 of 10

Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration.

SISTER CORITA KENT
“There is Only One Man”, 1976
Silkscreen on paper
16 x 16 in (40.64 x 40.64 cm)
Edition of 500
Courtesy of Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community

MUNGO THOMSON
February 19, 1989 (Mikhail Gorbachev), 2014
Acrylic enamel on Yupo (polyethylene watercolor paper)
13 x 10 in (33.02 x 25.4 cm)

MY BARBARIAN
Servility, 2013
Paper mache, plaster, leather, paint
9.5 x 5.5 x 4.25 in (24.13 x 13.97 x 10.8 cm)
Courtesy of My Barbarian


Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration

RENEE PETROPOULOS
Untitled (Mirror), 2009
Wood, mirrored plexiglass
10 x 22 x 11 in (25.4 x 55.88 x 27.94 cm)

This work was originally created for the exhibition “Homage”. In 2009, the sculpture/bench was situated near the front entrance to the exhibition where the sculpture mirrored the white wall of the gallery offering a moment of repose and contemplation. In 2011, the work was situated on a tiled floor below an open raw dark wood ceiling. The exhibition title was painting. design. speculation. generosity.

The bottom two are an installation view at the Church of he Epiphany

Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration

ALEXANDRA GRANT
LOVE LOVE LOVE, 1, 2014 3 of 50 and
LOVE LOVE LOVE, 2, 2014 2 of 50
Letterpress on Shikishi Paper
11 x 9.5 in (27.94 x 24.13 cm)
Framed


Above are professional shots of the works along with a close instillation view by me.


Auction for the Epiphany Conservation Trust
West of Rome Founder and Director Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez

NANCY DWYER
Thinking Machine, 2012
Wood
9.5 x 18 x 5.5 in (24.13 x 45.72 x 13.97 cm) - Depth: 11 inches with rotating element
2 of 3 AP

Benefit for The Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles, curated by West of Rome Founder Emi Fontana and LACMA curator Rita Gonzalez. Epiphany is a birthplace of the Latino struggle for civil rights and is an architectural landmark. Proceeds will go towards restoration.

JEFFREY VALLANCE
Vallance Bible (with marginalia), 2014
Micron archival ink on paper.
8.25 x 6.25 x 0.375 in (20.96 x 15.88 x 0.95 cm)
Unique

The Gospel according to Vallance was donated for auction to raise funds for the Epiphany Conservation Trust. The event aimed to help restore Church of the Epiphany, a prominent part of Los Angeles cultural history. The church was the Los Angeles base for Cesar Chavez’ United Farm Workers Movement. Also the local headquarters for presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy’s campaign.

For the occasion of the fundraiser Vallance performed at the church and had a reading from his bible. I really enjoyed this because I personally am captivated by things that deal with religion. I guess it’s the ex catholic in me. I also like that in some of his other works he has delved into archaeology, myth, and paranormal. The conversation at the church was really captivating and I actually wished that it could have gone on twice as long. Great night. And the auction curated by Emi Fontana and Rita Gonzalez had some other amazing works. I’ll post some of those as well.

You can read an interview with Vallance on making the bible here. There’s also a link to some video and audio there as well.

Louise Bourgeois

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

DAN ATTOE
Complicated Animals, 2008

DAN ATTOE
Complicated Animals, 2008

I have not seen work by this artist before, but I was drawn to it for the obvious vibrancy of the neon but also because of the subject theme…. we (humans) seem so divine in our ability to out-think other animals, but in fact they are far more divine in their grace and rank on this earth. 

I guess I liked everything about this work. So I had to share it.

DAN ATTOE
Complicated Animals, 2008

DAN ATTOE
Complicated Animals, 2008

I have not seen work by this artist before, but I was drawn to it for the obvious vibrancy of the neon but also because of the subject theme…. we (humans) seem so divine in our ability to out-think other animals, but in fact they are far more divine in their grace and rank on this earth.

I guess I liked everything about this work. So I had to share it.


From the City of Angles born and raised

10 artists I like (no order)
Gerhard Richter
Ed Ruscha
Diana Thater
Ryan McGinley
Marilyn Minter
Richard Prince
Marnie Weber
Mark Ryden
Yinka Shonibare
Gordon Matta-Clark