The Martin Luther King Kingdom Parade 2016 Art Exhibit
in celebration of Martin Luther King Day Art lovers in Los Angeles enjoyed a collection of cutting-edge art from upcoming local talent and some of Los Angeles most renowned artists for the 31st Annual Martin Luther King Parade at Leimert Park presented by the Congress Of Racial Equality, Monday, January 18th, 2016 The exhibit will be curated by Omar Holguin, Director of La Mancha Gallery and in collaboration with The Vision Theater, a 40’x40’ ft tent will be provided to house the art exhibit that will feature art of all sizes and mediums, from Ron Zeno’s recycled cardboard sculptures to the colorful abstract art of Darren Smith-Robinson. “This event celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King thru the arts” said Holguin of La Mancha Gallery. “From renown muralist and artist George Combs paintings and even Don Frazell’s massive installation of Judgement Art Chapel, a tribute to John Coltrane all featured in an exhibition that is open for the people of Los Angeles to see while enjoying a day out at the Martin Luther King Parade”. The Martin Luther King Parade and Art Exhibit took place on January 18th, 2016 at Leimert Park Plaza located at 4395 Leimert Blvd, Los Angeles. The parade will commence at 9:00am while the art exhibit tent opens between 10:00am—6:00pm.
Project Details Client: Vision Theater, CD8 District, Congress Of Racial Equality Date: 1.18.2016 Skills: Curatorial Assistance, Traveling Art Exhibit, Art Installation, Social Media Marketing
Curated by Omar Holguin the selected artwork ranging from all sizes and mediums will include talented artists like Muralist Mohammed Mubarak, Graffiti Artist EnkOne, Donald Frazell Art Installation of Judgement Chapel a Tribute to John Coltrane, Darren Smith Robinson, Kevin T. Williams, Ron Zeno Recycled Cardboard Sculptures, Wendell Wiggins, George Combs and many, many more.
Art Installation Feature
La Mancha Gallery set up will included 40’×40′ foot tent provided in partnership with the Vision Theater, The tent housed the art installation from cutting-edge art from top artists in Los Angeles as well as live painters, muralists and graffiti artists. The art installation by Omar Holguin will be set with green plants and easels as well as a 20×20 foot art chapel installation.