Mar 22, 2010
Two of the LBP artists are opening their first big solo shows outside of Los Angeles this week.
Edwin Ushiro opens his first solo exhibition in NY at Sloan Fine Art titled "At Night, Lights Fell and Loved Ones returned Home" on Thursday March 24, 2010 from 6-8pm. If you are on the East Coast go to this show and see Edwin's work in person....you will not be disappointed.
Nate Frizzell also debuts his solo show in the UK at Bath's bo.lee gallery.
"Every New Beginning Starts with Another Beginnings End" is a new body of work as Frizzell switches to using oils for the first time in his gallery career. The show opens March 26th from 6-8.30pm.
For info on either of these shows contact the gallery directly or email us here in LA.
Mar 16, 2010
LeBasse Projects presents:
"Is Everybody Happy?"
A Solo Exhibition by Alexandros Vasmoulakis
March 20th – April 17th, 2010
Opening reception: Saturday, March 20th, 7pm-10pm
Los Angeles, CA - LeBasse Projects is excited to present, Is Everybody Happy?, the first US solo exhibition from Greek artist Alexandros Vasmoulakis. In this anticipated solo project, Vasmoulakis brings his first major body of work to the US after becoming recognized across Europe for his work both on the streets and in galleries.
Vasmoulakis is mostly known by his work in the streets of Athens, as he has painted on and embellished various buildings across the city of Athens, Greece and is expected to do the same here in Los Angeles. While recognized for his street work, Vasmoulakisʼ paintings are beginning to reflect the maturity of his work as an artist.
His worksʼ main theme is the psychology of his figures. The struggle, the element of the conflict dominates in the pairs of his figures and in each character separately. With the perceptive analysis of his characters Vasmoulakis achieves through his work, he persuades us that he has penetrated into their mentality by holding a role of a competent and gifted anatomist, of an expressive soul searcher.
Alexandrosʼ work is predominantly character based and these creations explore the core values of human nature such as love, desire, seduction and hate. His work is very much driven by his state of mind and will reflect the mood of any given day. He uses mixed media including both collage and paint to convey the relationships between these emotions
Mar 11, 2010
Our current exhibition with Yoshitaka Amano was recently reviewed in the LA Times. Thanks to reporter Liesl Bradner for the positive comments. You can read the full article online here.
Don't forget that the last day to see the exhibit is this Saturday March 13th.