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The Promise of Something and Nothing at Sonce Alexander Gallery – TONITE!

I was treated to a personal tour of The Promise of Something and Nothing at Sonce Alexander Gallery, by the curator herself. Everyone who attends the show should be so lucky as to have Ann Harezlak share the story of each piece and its place in the exhibition.  Without spending the proper time to really look and do what many of us are often too shy to do in an art space (ask questions!), you will miss out on some pretty spectacular stuff.  Klaus Dauven‘s “dirt on chamois” series takes on an even more exciting spin when contrasted with his massive-scale work on dams in Gemany, Japan and South Korea.  Samir Yamin‘s exquisite “October 1, 2001” is even more mind blowing when you realize that the Time Magazine pages are hand cut – and that both the patterns and their placement have strategic intent.

Chicago print posse Fatherless will be hand-screening prints in their 5 artist collaborative stylie at the opening tonight.

The show is dynamic and thoughtful.  Don’t miss it!

"October 1, 2001" image courtesy of Samira Yamin

“October 1, 2001” image courtesy of Samira Yamin

Klaus Dauven | Chris Engman | Fatherless | Heyward Hart | Anne Guro Larsmon | Kevin Cooley & Phillip Andrew Lewis | neverhitsend | Emily Shanahan | Colin Patrick Smith | They Are Here | Samira Yamin |

curated by Ann Harezlak

Opening: August 1, 6pm—9pm | Live printing performance by Fatherless

Sonce Alexander Gallery

2634 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034

310 559 8181



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