8/31 8-11pm | “True Blue” Group Invitational

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Sangria presents True Blue a large group invitational to celebrate a year of curatorial projects founded in friendship. Artists were invited to contribute work, bringing with them a loyal artist friend whose work they admire.Some artists have chosen to cleverly interpret the meaning of “True Blue” in their work, while others have taken creative liberty to interpret the blue hue as they wish within the confines of work that is 12″x 12″ and under. Blue may calm you, sedate you, quench a thirst, aid in intuition, represent cleanliness, purity, serenity, spiritual or melancholic states of mind. The color may represent a historical significance or an assortment of associations from blue ice to aloha blue. At Sangria, for group micro-exhibitions, we like to allow for serendipity in the curation to establish a fun play of patternicity. An influence no doubt from Gleason’s “Tel-Art-Phone” and Harvey’s & Cumming’s “Chain Letter.” Diverse artists come together for “True Blue” from art scenes across LA, even as far way as New York City, the South, pacific northwest, and Belgium.

Tim Youd | 8.5″ x 11″ | The quote, which may be hard to read in the photo, is from Louis Ferdinand Celine’s “Journey to the End of the Night.” Originally written in French, the translation reads, “Indeed, there are always, at all ages, discoveries to be made in the vagina.” -Youd

Composer Jocelyn Scofield will perform a concert in the garden. Opening house party is Friday, August 31, 2012, from 8pm-11pm. RSVP for you and a guest. Bring wine or non-alcoholic beverages for admittance. Street parking, but please carpool if you can. Enjoy performances by composers active in the LA club scene. Show ends Saturday, January 12, 2013.

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