= Micol Hebron‘s The (en)Gendered (in)Equity: The Gallery Poster Project
March 29–April 25 at ForYourArt
6020 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, March 29 from 6-9pm
Timed to open during Women’s History Month, the exhibition features over 250 posters, each created by a different artist, representing the gender ratios at Los Angeles and New York art galleries. (en)Gendered (in)Equity or “Gallery Tally” is a crowd-sourced, social engagement art project in which over 500 artists from around the world have joined the effort to collect and visualize statistical data regarding ratios of male and female artists in contemporary art galleries. Artists were invited to make one poster for each gallery, in whatever style or medium they chose. All posters are 24” x 36”.
While it is a common assumption that there is a male-biased imbalance in gender representation in the art world, the data for galleries–the actual numbers of artists–have not been visualized and publicized since the Guerrilla Girls’ efforts in the 1980s. The Gallery Tally follows a strategically collaborative working model that has been common among feminists and activists for decades.
Having started in Los Angeles, the project is now in its second phase, focusing on galleries in New York. Subsequent visualizations will include Berlin, London, Chicago, Santa Fe, Portland, Pittsburg, and other cities. www.gallerytally.tumblr.com
From Her: An Exhibition by Women about Women
March 20 - April 6, 2014
TUES - SUN 10am-3:30pm
OPENING RECEPTION & FILM SCREENING: FRIDAY MARCH 21 from 6-9pm
Pico House Gallery
424 N. Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
= FACE IT/The Gabba Gallery
Opening reception is Saturday, March 15th 7-11pm.
The show will run through Sunday, April 6th.
3126 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90057
"春" is the symbol of Spring and this March at Flower Pepper Gallery we are welcoming in the season with a group show curated by the world's most adorable art critic - Daniel Rolnik. "I believe there is a wonderful connection between a work of art and the artist that created it. So, I have travelled the globe to put together this all-star group of artists with positive attitudes, happy hearts, and beautiful images that I can't wait for you to see! YAY!!!" - Daniel Rolnik
_"Platforms & PAINT" an all-female multidisciplinary art show, January 18th – February 22, 2013.
Opening Reception Saturday, January 18th 7pm-11pm
The Gabba Gallery 3126 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90057
Artist talk on February 1st. Deborah Picker Vankin of Los Angeles Times Events Los Angeles Times " Culture Monster" will be moderating a Talk with our featured artists including: Alisa Yang, Allie Pohl, Andrea LaHue, Isabelle Alford-Lago, Karin Lindberg Freda, Jaime Becker, Jennifer Korsen, Joanna DeGeneres, Mary Hanson, Miri Chais, N.S. David and more. Will be a fantastic, entertaining evening. 7-11pm
Platforms are not just shoes women wear; it is also a place to voice an opinion. Paint is the most recognized medium in art, but it is also a term that relates to putting on make-up, thus the title, “Platforms and PAINT” came into being.
The Gallery is proud to curate a show in which women artists are the theme. The fact is - women are sadly underrepresented in galleries and museums worldwide. The artwork will showcase artists from various disciplines from sculpture to street art sharing the same space.
Alisa Yang, Allie Pohl, Allison Isenberg, Andrea LaHue aka Random Act, Essi Zimm, Hannah Streety, Ingrid Allen, Isabelle Alford-Lago, Karin Lindberg Freda, Jaime Becker, Jaw Cooper, Jennifer Korsen, Joanne DeGeneres, Mary Josephine Hanson, Miri Chais, Nicole Bruckman, N.S.David aka N Solis David. Jewelry by: Ideal Woman and Trixy Starr Jewelry.
December 7th – December 15th, 2013
Reception and Sale: Saturday, December 7th 6 – 10p.m
GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025 gr2.net (310) 445-9276
Giant Robot is proud to present Post It Show 9. In 2012, Giant Robot 2 with the curatorial efforts of Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson, brought in over 250 artists and 2500 works of art. 2013 should be no different. We’ll be updating the artist list shortly, and it’ll impress as much as in the past.
An opening reception and sale for Post It Show 9 will take place Saturday December 7th 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
_The Gabba Gallery presents "wish list"
NOV 16 – DEC 21
3126 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles, California 90057
2nd opening Saturday, December 14, 2013
All artwork is $1,000 or less with the goal for people to purchase art for themselves and as gifts for others. Works are priced to buy. Start your art collection or add to someone else’s and feel great about it.
_ "Compass" at Orange County Center for Contemporary Art curated by Amy V. Grimm.
Opening Reception October 5th, 6-10pm
2nd Reception November 2nd, 6-10pm
Concert November 15th, 7pm
"This internationally curated exhibition includes artists who are participating in an internal and external dialog about themselves, others, and how they have navigated their lives within the communities in which they live."
= "Pure Imagination"curated by Michele Urton at Riverside Art Museum June 25 - Sept 25, 2013. Opening Reception on August 1, 6:00pm -8:00pm
Since the introduction in 1957 of a mischievous cat donning a red and white hat and a bow tie, readers of all ages have been captivated by stories that spark the imagination and transport them to new worlds where anything is possible. From the celebrated works of Dr. Seuss to new stories and updated renditions of beloved classics, Pure Imagination features artists who tell fantastical stories through a myriad of different visual styles. This exhibition will feature contemporary artists working in the field of children's book illustration, artists who address themes of childhood and storytelling, and complementary works from the museum's permanent collection. A reading room and interactive installation will also be included.
= My design for Dynomighty 'smighty wallet is available for purchase here!
_ Speeding Cars and Apple Pie will be screened at Abstract Currents: An Interactive Video Event, MOMA, New York, Sunday, April 7, 2013. 8:30 P.M.–11:30 P.M.
_ The Mobile Museum - Authentic , at ILIVETOMORROW
Feb 7th - Feb26th
G/F 45 Tung Street.
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
The Mobile Museum, by Fabrica designers Dean Brown & Philip Bone, is a traveling Museum, with contents contributed by people from all over the world (thats you). Unlike a conventional Museum the collection is always changing, evolving depending on its location, with every new location dictating a new curatorial theme.
_Doing Pennants: A group show of artist-made flags organized by Paul W. Evans
January 12 - February 24, 2013
Opening reception: Saturday, January 12 from 6-9pm
502 Chung King Court, Los Angeles, CA.
Fifth Floor Gallery is pleased to present Doing Pennants. This group show of artist-made flags brings together over 100 contributors from Los Angeles and beyond to celebrate the pennant. Each artist was assigned to create one triangular flag using any material and subject matter of their choice. These flags will be collectively strung in banner style throughout Fifth Floor Gallery to honor the carnivalesque heraldry of this ubiquitous free-flying form.
_Giant Robot's Post it show 8
Over 200 Artists, $25 cash and carry
GR2: 12/8 – 12/16, Begins Sat 12/8 6-10pm
2015 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90025
_Limited Edition Print Portfolio in partnership with the University of North Dakota Art & Culture Conference "Binary Inventions: Arts and Culture in the Digital Age"
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND
Opening reception Oct 4, 2012
_IINTERVIEWS - curated by Daniel Rolnik
Saturday, October 6, 2012 7:00 pm -11:00 pm
Curio Studio & Collection
324 Sunset Ave, Venice, CA
Venice, CA 90291
_ Obession, Alisa Yang and Ching Ching Chen, McKinley Arts and Culture Center
Opening Oct 13th, 2012 7pm-10pm
Oct 13th-Nov 30th, 2012
925 Riverside Drive, Reno, CA
_The Riot Festiva 2012 , LA's alternative comedy fest this Sunday. Swing by for some local comedy and funny art!
Sept 22-24th, 2012. 12pm-7pm
at The Lot
_ BLOOMfestLA 2012
art and prints at BLOOMfest
July 21, 2pm -10pm.
An annual Downtown Los Angeles Arts district festival with live music hosted by KCRW, food, art! Festival guide here for map and line up.
_ DRAWING (Los Angeles) at Another year in LA gallery.
May 17, 5pm– 8pm. 2012 LA Times review
In 2012, Another Year in LA is mounting three survey exhibitions, Painting(January – March), Sculpture and now…DRAWING (Los Angeles) that exemplifyartists working locally (Los Angeles and California, respectively).
Each exhibition is exploring an aspect of the way that each artist makes an important contribution to their discipline; Painting, Sculpture and Drawing, from how work occupies space in the gallery to how each artist determines focus and direction in their art making process.
DRAWING (Los Angeles) opens this week featuring works by : Jackie Freedman, JohnKnuth, Stas Orlovski, Christopher Russell and Alisa Yang .– all are based in LosAngeles.
Mark-making has been a part of the human DNA since the beginning of time and the range of work in this exhibition celebrates that act. Most of what could be considered drawing is explored in this exhibition from traditional graphite on paper (Jackie Freedman and Stas Orlovski) to the marring of the image with a knife scratching the surface (Christopher Russell) to collage with pen & ink(Alisa Yang) to drawing on canvas with an ignited automobile flare (John Knuth) - this exhibition explores the action of mark-making with exuberance.
_ The Patter of Tiny Brains curated by Doug Harvey 2012, 323projects
For this group show sourced from dozens of contributors, Harvey presents a rotating selection of audio generated by children, up to and including adolescents.
Visitors who call into 323 Projects’ phone number will hear audio ranging from baby noises to musical performances, and a variety of surprising sound recordings performed by kids. In presenting the work of children, Harvey encourages listeners to bring serious, respectful aesthetic attention to works of performance otherwise disregarded as immature and amateur. This exhibition challenges value systems that deem children's creative output trivial or inconsequential, and instead critically and enthusiastically seeks to reframe the discourse surrounding notions of youth, professionalism, and creative expression.
323 Projects invites you to hear The Patter of Tiny Brains by calling
(323) 843-4652 or (323) TIE-IN-LA
The show is open all day and all night, every day of the week. Visitors are encouraged to call back often to hear audio tracks, as works will rotate throughout the course of the exhibition.
_>GEM fundraiser, presented by Los Angeles Art Association, the kick-off to LA's Spring Art Season - Saturday, April 21, 2012; 7-9pm, VIP Preview 6-7pm. Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069 preview here
= Work and interview published on Big Artist Now, and my new artist t-shirt is for sale on there too!
_ I will be participating in the Frog town art walk on Sept 24th, 4-9pm 2011. Check out the artists highlights at Made in Frogtown. Special thanks to Tracey Stone and Bill Lagatutta for their generous support!
_ Chain Letter, Curated by Christian Cummings & Doug Harvey. ShoShana Wayne Gallery. July 26-Aug 23. 2011
Bergamont station. 2525 Michigan Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90404
_ OPEN CALL L.A. 2011, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. July 24th- Sept 25th.
4800 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90027
_Just The Tip Group Show. Hold Up Art. April 2 - May 5, 2011. Opening Reception: April 2, 7-11pm
358 E. 2nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Opening April 2nd, Hold Up Art will present Just the Tip, a group show featuring works from Nick D'Attomo alongside artists Augor, Mike Petow, Leo Eguiarte, Ekundayo Reid, Feeroze Morvari, Joey Chavez, Pharoe, Eric Vazquez, and Alisa Yang. A number of these artists are collaborating on pieces that will be displayed with their individual works.
_ RISE JAPAN: Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fundraiser, Gallery Heist & Kokoro Studio. Saturday, April 2 at 7:00pm - April 3 at 12:00am
Gallery Heist: 679 Geary St, SF
Kokoro Studio: 682 Geary St, SF
In response to the devastating disaster that has struck Japan, S.I.R, Gallery Heist & Kokoro Studio have joined together to raise money in an effort to provide relief and aid for the people effected by the earthquake and Tsunami.
Please join us for one night only salon-style art exhibition and performances on Saturday April 2nd, 2011 from 7PM-12AM.
100% of the proceeds will be donated to
_COLLAGE - A Group Show at SnP Gallery. 3015 Glendale blvd, Los Angeles. February 12 - March 22
Opening Reception: February 12, 7-10 pm
Featuring Alisa Yang, Hope Kroll , James & Lynn, John McGarity, Karen Kang, Lorraine Heitzman, Mara Thompson, Nicol Ragland, Sam Lubicz, Susanne Belcher.
_ Post-it show 6, Giant Robot. December 11 - January 12, 2011. Opening reception December 11, saturday. 6:30pm - 10:00 pm.
2062 Sawtelle Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
Curated by artists Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson, the show is slated to feature roughly 1,000 works by noted contributors for only $20. These pieces will be on standard-sized 3″ x 3″ Post-It notes. (Larger sizes of 4″ x 4″ and 6″ x 6″ will cost a bit more.) The pieces will be cash-and-carry.
_ Alisa Yang and Ching Ching Cheng : Coloring - flavors of childhood, Scoops. December 10 - Jan 30, 2011, Opening reception on December 10, Friday. 7:00pm - 10:00 pm.
712 N. Heliotrope Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90029
hours: Mon-Sat, 12-10pm, Sun, 2-6pm
Scoops is pleased to present Coloring - Flavors of Childhood, featuring new works on paper by Alisa Yang and Ching Ching Cheng. Using old books as a medium, they explore the inner and outer landscape of their childhood. Alisa Yang collages with children’s coloring books, re-arranging torn and cut-out images to create a new narrative context. Ching Ching Cheng paints her personal experiences on torn pages, coloring her intimate memories with the juxtaposition of text from old books.
_ Gift Shop, Another Year in LA gallery at the Pacific Design Center. November 18 - December 11 · Opening reception on Novemeber 18th, Thursday. 5:00pm - 8:30 pm.
Pacific Design Center, Suite B267, 8687 Melrose, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Back by popular demand is one of our most fun exhibitions - Gift Shop and just in time for the holidays.
As in 2006, this exhibition will fill the gallery to the brim with many, many artists (101 last time) including Marcel Duchamp, Stephen Kaltenbach and lots more.
_ Clusters in Cassiopeia, On the Corner Music. September 24 · Friday. 7:00pm - 11:00pm . 530 E. Campbell Avenue
Live music provided by Corpus Callosum!
Contributors of things made:
Sarah Cruz, Skypage, Brendan Lee, Nathan Byrne, Eric Fleury, Alisa Yang, Joe Campbell, Warren Jenkins, Robert Rosenthal, Actual Rafiq, Alda Mendoza, King Brontosaurus, Ben Flanigan, Robert Conroy,and Aaron Byrne.
_ The 10th Annual Portland Zine Symposium . August 28-29. Sat-sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
I will tell you a secret if you come to my humble table. Couch Tomato and new zines will be sold.
_ Circa group show at Daydream Repubilc. August 21 - August 28, 2010. Opening night on August 21, Saturday, 8:00pm - 11:00pm. 4500 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Featuring latest works from Diana Kohne, Anne Walker, Danny De La Matyr, Michael Galasso, Zack Kircher, Julia Dittburner, Alisa Yang and Jarrett Csupo.
_ Art Exhibition at Glendale Brand Library, July 17th - August 13th, 2010. Open Studio Tour, Saturday, July 24, 2010 12 - 6 pm
I have a piece in the Brand library at Glendale, and will be participating in the Glendale Open Studio Tour, I will be representing circa art group as a guest artist in Verdugo Park. Stop by if you're going!