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giacomobagnara:

Group exhibition curated by Arkitip & Slow Culture Gallery in Los Angeles, California.
Featuring:Aaron De La Cruz, Andre Razo, Aryo Toh Djojo, Atiba Jefferson, Aurélien Débat, Ben Sanders, Daniel Frost, Daniel Kent, Eric McHenry, Erin D Garcia, Giacomo Bagnara, Hannah Waldron, Hassan Rahim, Jamal Gunn Becker, Jay Howell, Kevin Lyons, Kyle De Lotto, Maia Ruth Lee, Mark Whalen, Michael Leon, Peter Sutherland, Stacey Rozich, Ted Parker, Todd St. John.
28 February – 28 March 2014
Opening Reception 28 February 20147:00 – 10:00PM PST
Slow Culture Gallery5906 N Figueroa StreetLos Angeles, CA 90042 USAinfo@slowcuture.com
Made possible with generous support from Altamont.
About HIGHMATH:Gathering past, present and future contributors, Arkitip uses the aforementioned principles as a foundation to pull together a motley crew of diverse artists for a group show entitled HIGHMATH. Named to describe the unusual relationship between the artists; be it string theory or chaos, the show consists primarily of work on paper including silk screens, lithographs and hand-done originals. Artists will exhibit both existing and never before seen work.
About Slow Culture:Slow Culture is an independent art gallery + retail project space located in the historic Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park. Opened in August 2013, we have rebuilt the bones of what was once THIS Gallery, into a multi-purpose creative space. There is an art gallery with a thoughtfully-constructed floor plan to allow for flexible programming options such as: artist exhibitions + installations, lectures, workshops, creative meetings and retail pop-ups. The retail aspect of the space has also been extended to offer a carefully curated selection of books, zines, art prints, and various curios. We believe that by fusing every aspect of our business together, we can offer a more enriching and integrated experience between consumer, artist and ourselves.
arkitipintel.com/2014/02/11/highmath-at-slow-culture-gallery-2/

giacomobagnara:

Group exhibition curated by Arkitip & Slow Culture Gallery in Los Angeles, California.

Featuring:
Aaron De La Cruz, Andre Razo, Aryo Toh Djojo, Atiba Jefferson, Aurélien Débat, Ben Sanders, Daniel Frost, Daniel Kent, Eric McHenry, Erin D Garcia, Giacomo Bagnara, Hannah Waldron, Hassan Rahim, Jamal Gunn Becker, Jay Howell, Kevin Lyons, Kyle De Lotto, Maia Ruth Lee, Mark Whalen, Michael Leon, Peter Sutherland, Stacey Rozich, Ted Parker, Todd St. John.

28 February – 28 March 2014

Opening Reception 28 February 2014
7:00 – 10:00PM PST

Slow Culture Gallery
5906 N Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90042 USA
info@slowcuture.com

Made possible with generous support from Altamont.

About HIGHMATH:
Gathering past, present and future contributors, Arkitip uses the aforementioned principles as a foundation to pull together a motley crew of diverse artists for a group show entitled HIGHMATH. Named to describe the unusual relationship between the artists; be it string theory or chaos, the show consists primarily of work on paper including silk screens, lithographs and hand-done originals. Artists will exhibit both existing and never before seen work.

About Slow Culture:
Slow Culture is an independent art gallery + retail project space located in the historic Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park. Opened in August 2013, we have rebuilt the bones of what was once THIS Gallery, into a multi-purpose creative space. There is an art gallery with a thoughtfully-constructed floor plan to allow for flexible programming options such as: artist exhibitions + installations, lectures, workshops, creative meetings and retail pop-ups. The retail aspect of the space has also been extended to offer a carefully curated selection of books, zines, art prints, and various curios. We believe that by fusing every aspect of our business together, we can offer a more enriching and integrated experience between consumer, artist and ourselves.

arkitipintel.com/2014/02/11/highmath-at-slow-culture-gallery-2/