Mash Gallery presents GENIUS LOCI: Is Geography Still Artistic Destiny? Moderated by Peter Frank on Sunday, August 11 at 3 PM to 6 PM.
Los Angeles writer, art critic, and curator Peter Frank asks “Does the art “scene” in LA — or, for that matter, anywhere — still, constitute a stylistic measuring stick? Are there still local “movements”? (Get tickets here).
If there are, do they give an advantage or prove an impediment to local artists showing and being understood in national/international contexts?
What to expect?
An hour-long discussion of this vital topic by several of Los Angeles’ leading art commentators and curators, including Andi Campognone (Director, Lancaster Museum of Art & History), jill moniz (Co-Founder and director, Quotidian Gallery), and Megan Frances Abrahams, (Artist, writer, and editor of Fabrik Magazine), moderated by Peter Frank (Associate Editor, Fabrik Magazine, and former Senior Curator, Riverside Art Museum). (RSVP here).
GENIUS LOCI: Is Geography Still Artistic Destiny, the Peter Frank roundtable, is perfect for art patrons, Los Angeles networkers, artistic professionals, students, and fans of art and culture. (RSVP here).
Doors open at 3 PM, panel begins promptly at 3:45 PM. Light refreshments, free parking. Please RSVP. This networking event takes place at Mash Gallery, Sunday, August 11, 3 to 6 PM. (Featured cover image, Angela Johal’s geometric pattern painting in LUSTER).