October 25, 2017

2017 Inglewood Open Studios Map

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October 16, 2017

For Immediate Release:

 Inglewood Open Studios Celebrates Its 11th Year!
Saturday, November 11 & Sunday, November 12, 2017. 12pm-5pm

LOS ANGELES, CA – Inglewood has become the fastest growing artist community in Los Angeles. It is also the fastest growing city with the upcoming NFL stadium, Hollywood Park Casino and Hollywood Park development, two new Metro stations, new art galleries and new businesses moving into Inglewood. The 11th annual Inglewood Open Studios will showcase individual professional artist studios and art galleries that make up the burgeoning Inglewood art community.

On both Saturday November 11 and Sunday, November 12, 2017, Inglewood Open Studios artists will open their doors to the public, inviting visitors to personally tour their private working spaces and enjoy art created in all media--drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed-media, photography, print making, installation, video and performance. This marks the first year that Inglewood art galleries will also participate as stops on the tour. 2017 Inglewood Open Studios is organized by founder Renée Fox and Inglewood artists Holly Tempo and Anne Cheek La Rose, with the additional support from local sponsors (listed below) and fiscal receivership provided by the Inglewood Historic Preservation Alliance, a 501(c)(3).

An official map with Inglewood Open Studios participating art studios and art galleries will be available online, at all locations on the tour and at sponsor locations.  For additional information on Inglewood Open Studios, including the printable tour map, please visit www.inglewoodopenstudios.com.  Free shuttle transportation will be provided by our generous long-time sponsor, the City of Inglewood.

Inglewood Open Studios Participants  
Adrienne Adar, Susan Amorde, Debe Arlook, Branch Gallery, Brian Biedul, Martin Bruinsma, Darel Carey, Michael Cormier, Creative House, Bibi Davidson, Beth Dubber, Martin Durazo, Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF), Renée A Fox, Lee Jordan, Rachel Kaster, Heidi Kidon, Thomas Kratz, Anne Cheek La Rose, Michael Massenburg, Gale Mccall, Bridgitte Montgomery, David Newcombe, Melanie Newcombe, Lindsey Nobel, Kenneth Ober, Snezana Saraswati Petrovic, Minna Philips, Nicole Rademacher, Calida Garcia Rawles, Lucas Reiner, Toni Reinis, Residency Gallery, Joan Robey, Dawn Rosenquist, Daniel Rothman, Deborah Salt, Stan Smith, Ernest Steiner, Holly Tempo, Sidney Tuggerson Jr., Ginger Van Hook, Luke Van Hook, Sandra Vista, Keith Walsh, Tori White, Rana Wilson.

Inglewood, CA -
Inglewood is nestled in the center of Los Angeles County. Bordered by the LAX International Airport on the south, the City is in close proximity to Otis College of Art and Design and is surrounded by the cities of Culver City, El Segundo, Marina Del Rey, Westchester, and Torrance.

Inglewood Historic Preservation Alliance-

Van Hook Foundation-
Van Hook Foundation (VHF) is the media sponsor for the Inglewood Open Studios and may be contacted for additional information.
VHF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in Inglewood. The Van Hook Foundation’s mission is to promote the merging of fine art and science through the curation and installation of artistic, educational and scientific exhibitions for the public and to promote visibility of local arts communities in Los Angeles and surrounding areas.

The 2017 Inglewood Open Studios organizers and participants would like to thank our generous Sponsors: Antojitos Martin, Artfully Spaced Gallery, City of Inglewood, Mayor James T. Butts, Jr., District 2 Councilman Alex Padilla, The Creative House, Cobbler Mania, Fiesta Martin, Inglewood Historic Preservation Alliance, La Tijera Village, The Miracle Theater, Kali Nikitas, Inglewood Arts Commissioner at Large and Rich Shelton, OTIS College of Art and Design, Three Weavers Brewing Company, SoLa Gallery, and the Van Hook Foundation.

For additional information, please contact press liaison Ginger Van Hook at gingervanhook@gmail.com


October 05, 2017

Press for Residency Gallery and Inglewood Open Studios

Congratulations to Inglewood Open Studios Participant, Residency Gallery for this great review on their next exhibition, which is part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time LA/LA Initiative, Barrio Logos: Displacement and Vanishing Iconography, curated by Artist Oscar Magallanes.

Click on the image below to read more.

Artist Oscar Magallanes brings the Getty to Inglewood

by Rodrigo Ribera d'Ebre, Huffington Post contributor

"Other than the Inglewood Open Studios art walk, which happens once a year in places like 1019 West and the Beacon Arts Building, there isn’t a scene [in Inglewood] like in Downtown Los Angeles or adjacent Culver City. But there is a new kid on the block that is challenging this perception and bringing multicultural awareness and art that reflects people and ideas from the surrounding area. Residency Art Gallery..."

August 18, 2017

2017 Inglewood Open Studios Participants

The following artists and galleries will open their doors to the public for the 11th annual Inglewood Open Studios, Saturday November 11 and Sunday November 12 from 12-5pm.

Adrienne Adar 
Detritus field I, 2015, archival inkjet print on synthetic fibre 50 x 60" 

Debe Arlook
pink sky, two planes
, 2
017, archival pigment print, 24 x
pink sky, two planes, 2017, archival pigment print, 24 x 16"

Susan Amorde
Leaky Faucet I, 2015, mixed media on wood panel, 12 x 12”

Brian Biedul
Two-Inch Gap, 2016, oil on canvas

Branch Gallery
Amabelle Aguiluz
Changes II, 2016, installation

mabelle Aguiluz,
Changes II
, 2016, installation
Martin Bruinsma
Leap, 2016, acrylic on panel, 10 x 10" 
mabelle Aguiluz,
Changes II
, 2016, installation

Darel Carey
Topographical Space No.1, 2016, artist tape on floor and walls, 144 x 126 x 96”

Michael Cormier
Opening Night, 2015, oil on canvas, 18 x 24”

 Bibi Davidson
Chaos (balagan), 2016, acrylics and mixed media elements on wood, 36 x 48”

Beth Dubber
Paramount Studios, 2010, digital archival print, 8.5 x 11”, edition of 10

Martin Durazo
The Weight of Love, 2017, found and ready-made objects, 60 x 48 x 48”

 Exceptional Children's Foundation
Milton Davis

Renée Fox
Sensing a Future Death, 2017, oil and graphite on panel, 6 x 6"

Lee Jordan
The Smile On Your Face, alabaster, 20 x 17 x 12"

Rachel Kaster
Un-Fuck the World, 2017, Glass, brass, deer horn, thread, feathers, and sage,  67 x 30 x 4”

Heidi Kidon
Squid Ink Decoding, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60”

Thomas Kratz
Unfolded tesseract (5), 2017, Pencil, colored pencil and carbon pencil on paper, 8 1/4 × 5 7/8"

Anne Cheek La Rose
Flower Frogs & Feathers 5, 2017, digital print, 8 x 10”

Michael Massenburg
Save Me, 2016, acrylic painting, 36 x 36”

Gale McCall
Spiral, 2000, steel, 43 x 12 x 12”

Bridgitte Montgomery
Thoth and Hathor:With Her Sacred Waters, She Restores Life!, 2016, oil on canvas,  48 x 60"

David Newcombe
Pig Diagram, 2016, Ink on paper, 6 x 9" 

Melanie Newcombe
Love is Infinite, 2016, 24 x 17 x 6"

Lindsey Nobel
Liquid Line, Trapped Landscape #25, 2017, spray paint and acrylic on primed canvas, 36 x 36"

Kenneth Ober
Flowerfield #1, 2017, oil on canvas, 17 x 47" 

Snezana Petrovic
The Ancient One, 2017, mixed media on birch, 36 x 60”

Minna Philips
Distances between objects series: #4, 2017, graphite on vellum, 8.5 x 11"

Nicole Rademacher
Origin Stories (installation detail), 2017, 3 x 5 cards made by workshop participants, dimensions variable

Calida Garcia Rawles
Liquid Gold, 2016, mixed media, 32 x 70”

Lucas Reiner
Exile, 2017, mixed media on canvas, 74 x 51"

Toni Reinis
Wired, 2015, bronze with patina, 12 x 12 x 12”

Residency Gallery
Miles “EL MAC” MacGregor
Purgatory, 2017, acrylic on wood panel, 36 x 48"

Joan Robey
In Absentia, 2016, mixed media, 54 x 30 x 16" 

Dawn Rosenquist
The Man and The Black Cows, 2015, digital print, 8 x 10”

Daniel Rothman
Beauty Supply (video still), 2017,  9:05 minutes looped

 Deborah Salt
Study for painting, 2009-2017, acrylic on paper, 30 x 22”

Stan Smith
Global Man, 2009, redwood sculpture, 17 x 7 x 7”

 Ernest Steiner
Untitled, 2016, acrylic airbrush on Canvas, 36 x 48”

Holly Tempo
Sundries (detail), 2017, artist book printed with digital indigo press on 100 lb. Mohawk paper, 27 x 19.75”

Sidney Tuggerson, Jr.
Bird of Paradise, 2016, watercolor on paper, 9 x 12”

Ginger Van Hook
Cliff Palace, 2014. Photographic print, 40 x 30 x 2"

 Luke Van Hook
Dead Bird #2, 2017, oil on canvas, 24 x 24"

 Sandra Vista
Aurelio Camplittle, 2010, mixed media 18 x 24" (6 panels)

 Kieth Walsh
Black Liberation and Socialism in America, 2017, ink and Flashe on paper, 24 x 18”

Tori White
Sarda, 2017, oil on Wood, 40 x 48"

Rana Wilson
Dark Night, 2015, acrylic and ink on canvas, 20 x 20”

Check out the Inglewood Open Studios Artists facebook page for additional highlights on the above artists.