Encore At The Braley – An Art Group Exhibition
“ENCORE AT THE BRALEY”: ART GROUP EXHIBIT- AUGUST 21, 2009
35 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91105
Curated by Omar Holguin, Director and Owner of La Mancha Gallery Consulting
Pasadena, CA, AUGUST 21, 2009- ENCORE AT THE BRALEY-Art Exhibit. —Although it was short lived, due to a conflicting schedule from the building owners, this event had a very successful opening day. We put together some of the most successful artists in this City.
A special evening of Art and Culture, featuring 30+ local and international artists, poetry, music, dance and much more. The event is a collaborative effort of Independent Artists, Curators & Galleries. This event is dedicated to showcasing and exploring new contemporary art practices and artists who explore issues as they relate to identity, new urbanism, architecture, and the environment. La Mancha Gallery will feature the artwork of Hea-Sook Yoo, Nicole Franco, Natalie Franco, Xavier Yarto, Minas Halaj, Samuel Hallaj, Eddie Jelinet, James Hill, Fernando Lozano, Ella Sarkisyan, Ashot Khudaverdyan, Christine Caldwell, Floris van Breugel, Gavin Scott, William Silver, Marina K. Rehrmann, Holly Hood, Alexander Sadoyan, Bruce Gray, Narine Isajanyan, Mais Hovsepian, Ralph Berko, David Hovhannisyan, Armineh Teimourian, Allison Peck, Guillermo Bert, Jim Marx, Joey Quirk, Angelika Mehrens, Donald Frazell, Steve Johnstone, Paul Paggi.
“ENCORE AT THE BRALEY” was on display from August21to August22, 2009 at 35 South Raymond Street, Pasadena, CA 91106. A Reception took place on Friday, August21st, 6:30pm-11 PM.
Subsequently, the event was cancelled abruptly by the building owners after the Event Opening
Curated by La Mancha Gallery
Client: Independent Art Project
Skills: Curatorial Assistance, Art Installation, Social Media Marketing
Curated by Stephen Gates & Omar Holguin the selected artwork ranging from all sizes and mediums will include talented artists like Baron Norris, Fernando Lozano, Natalie Franco, Nicole Franco, Xavier Yarto, Silvio Sangiorgi, Stephanie Mercado with a Special Appearance by Robert Vargas many more.
Art Installation Feature
Set against an impressive 51,000 square foot building , event management, production and marketing was a big factor. The guest list ranged from the Pasadena City officials to cultural attaches from the Mexican Embassy to art collectors and art aficionados.
Richard Smith at Lovebirds Cafe Photo Gallery
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