INcongruence exhibition at Gallery 825 Photograph by Baha Danesh Diane Williams questions viewers' prejudices at Gallery 825 Inside the main room of Gallery 825, L.A.-based artist Diane Williams wants you to experience her work without walls. In her solo exhibition titled INcongruence, eight woven banners hang from the ceiling, a levitation act accomplished through imperceptible clear wire.
We live in contentious times, of that there is no doubt. Anyone with at least one social media identity knows it all too well. Whether it's foreign governments interfering in our elections - with or without the help of Americans or American institutions - the easy access to weapons of war, race, religion and immigration, there are any number of issues that divide us.
Today we'd like to introduce you to Diane Williams. Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours? My work is about my identity and the social landscape around me, particularly my predominantly immigrant and middle class neighborhood of Glassell Park in Los Angeles.
Randi Matushevitz and Diane Williams Confront Otherness Through Experience at LAAA/Gallery 825 through April 20th By Genie Davis Randi Matushevitz and Diane Williams both offer profoundly moving solo shows at LAA/Gallery 825. Matushevitz' Conundrum continues the artist's powerful, growing, large scale work with an experiential installation of paintings and found objects.
At the Lancaster Museum of Art and History - MOAH Saturday, September 9th, 2017 5pm-9pm Lancaster Museum of Art and History - MOAH 665 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534 The issue of immigration has been on the forefront since ...
Diane Williams Weaves Multicultural Magic in "My America" Shoebox Projects by Genie Davis In the latest artist residency and exhibition at Shoebox Projects located in The Brewery arts complex, Diane Williams nails the immigrant experience with an installation that actively involves viewers and turns them into participants.
DIANE WILLIAMS | MY AMERICA Snuggled within the Los Angeles Brewery Art Colony is Shoebox Projects where multidisciplinary artist Diane Williams has been working on a site-specific installation called, "My America." For the past month, Diane has been exploring ideas of marginalization by physically dividing the space into a world of thought provoking artistic visuals that were inspired by the surge in hate crimes since the inauguration of Trump.
Diane Williams is a multidisciplinary artist whose work stems from the political and social landscape that surrounds her-specifically the ethnically diverse neighborhoods of Los Angeles. She uses art as a call to arms, creating works that explore issues about immigrants and gender to encouraging cultural and social understanding.
660 South Avenue 21 #3 , Los Angeles CA 90031 Artist residency and exhibition at Shoebox Projects 660 South Avenue 21 #3 Los Angeles, CA 90031 Residency from June 5 - July 9, 2017 Closing reception: Saturday, July 8th, 3pm - 6pm www.dianewilliamsartist.com Diane Williams is a multidisciplinary artist whose work stems from the political and social landscape that surrounds her-specifically the ethnically diverse neighborhoods of Los Angeles.
Click images below to enlarge. Coming from an ethnic background and living in a diverse city like Los Angeles, my work reflects my identity as an Asian American female facing internal struggles over a lost sense of sameness and continuity. My work explores psychological spaces using imagery based in childhood memories, tales, and narratives.
The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries is pleased to announce the first installment of Sanctuary City, a yearlong exhibition and public program series that delves into topics related to San Francisco's immigration policies, immigrant and refugee populations, and the history of our Sanctuary City status.
Art Stories: Personal Narrative at The Annenberg Community Beach House By Genie Davis Through June 4th Story telling is an art, and at The Annenberg Community Beach House Gallery in Santa Monica through June 4th, the story is profoundly rich, the art both political and indeed personal.
Here are 20 of our favorite events happening in L.A. this week. MONDAY, FEB. 27 TUESDAY, FEB. 28 THE RUNNING MAN 30TH ANNIVERSARY (Film + talk) Spaceland and The Alamo Drafthouse present a 3 0th anniversary screening of The Running Man .