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  • Lamperouge 660 South Avenue 21 (Unit 6) Los Angeles, 90031 USA (map)

What do you get when you turn art up to eleven?

You get a one-day exhibit at Lamperouge Gallery on Sunday, November 5, from 1 to 4 in the afternoon. You get painting, sculpture, photography, and installation; color, texture, image, and text; art on the walls, art on shelves, art on the floor and hanging from the ceiling; abstraction and figuration, the spiritual and the political. You get the dark whimsy of Gina M.; the layered introspections of Rob Grad; the multi-disciplinary socio-politics of Diane Williams; the painterly abstractions of Susan Hart O’Linn; the elemental textuality of Mike Mollett; the dreamy psychologies of Denis Vitoreli; the word weavings of Barbara Romain; the troubled and troubling bodies of John Rosewall; the eclectic forms and vibrant syntheses of Francisco Alvarado; the metallic geometries of Jewel Clay; and the metaphysical imaginings of Olesya Volk.

What do you get when you turn art up to eleven?

Well, it’s one louder. Isn’t it?

Earlier Event: October 15
Here/There
Later Event: February 12
Beatiful Creatures