MADE IN L.A. 2012

Representing Emerging and Under-represented Artists in LA
Barnsdall Art Park – Los Angeles, CA
6/3 thru 11/2/12

The Hammer Museum presents Made in L.A., the first in an ongoing series of exhibitions focused on artwork created in the Los Angeles region. Made in L.A. 2012, organized by the Hammer Museum in collaboration with LA><ART, will be presented at the Hammer Museum, LA><ART and the L.A. Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Art Park from June 3 – September 2, 2012. Building upon the tradition of Hammer Invitational exhibitions, Made in L.A. 2012 will feature roughly 60 artists with an emphasis on emerging and under-recognized artists. The Hammer is also pleased to announce that Wells Fargo has come on board as Made in L.A 2012’s Presenting Sponsor, an important and substantial commitment to this inaugural citywide event.

Made in L.A. 2012 is organized by a team of curators from both institutions including Hammer Senior Curator Anne Ellegood, Hammer Curator Ali Subotnick, LA><ART Director Lauri Firstenberg, LA><ART Associate Director and Senior Curator Cesar Garcia, and LA><ART Curator-at-large Malik Gaines. The exhibition will debut new installations, videos, films, sculptures, performances, and paintings commissioned specifically for the exhibition and will offer a snapshot of the current trends and practices coming out of Los Angeles, one of the most active and energetic art communities in the world.

Made in L.A. 2012 will also include the Venice Beach Biennial, from July 13 – 15, 2012, made possible through the generous support of the Teiger Foundation. For this unconventional and slightly unpredictable project directed by Ali Subotnick, the Venice Beach boardwalk will become a readymade exhibition space inspired by the Arsenale at the “real” Venice Biennale. Over the course of the weekend, 40 to 50 artists will collaborate with boardwalk artists, creating new bodies of work, displaying site specific sculptures and/or installations, and presenting performances along the boardwalk.

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For more info, visit http://hammer.ucla.edu/

TWIXT sc. 83

FIFTY24SF Gallery, in association with Upper Playground and American Zoetrope, are pleased to announce TWIXT sc. 83, an exhibition and installation coinciding with legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola’s newest feature film, Twixt. The exhibition opens January 13, 2012 with a public reception at 7PM.
Over his past three films, Francis Ford Coppola, famed director of The Godfather trilogy and Apocalypse Now, has set-out to create self-written, self-financed, self-produced, and self-distributed films with his own intimate crew. Developed through personal experiences, a love of American Gothic, Edgar Allan Poe, and Coppola’s own trials as a horror genre author, Twixt is the story of B-list author Hall Baltimore’s process of writing his new mystery while researching an old murder case in a remote Northern California town. While Baltimore (played by Val Kilmer) is seemingly rewriting history with the help of the an eccentric town sheriff, he finds himself embedded in his most personal, demanding story he has ever written. Filmed around Northern California with locals as actors, as well as sets built on Coppola’s own property in Rutherford, Twixt examines the process of storytelling as it applies to personal experience, artistic influences, and the classic American genres that have become staples of modern cinema.
Working within their own self-financed restraints and freedoms, the team behind Twixt had the unique experience of researching and building sets in and around Coppola’s home in Northern California. Many of the sets were built in Coppola’s backyard, while some required the small town backdrops of Northern Napa and Lake counties. In keeping with the original spirit of American horror, some scenes were created with intentional kitsch, while some dream sequence were shot with highly-detailed, ornate sets and original post-production work.
For TWIXT sc. 83, members of Twixt’s tiny tiny Art Dept, (Jimmy DiMarcellis, David Hopp, and John Paul Goorjian) will be rebuilding the set of the film’s dramatic climax sequence, scene 83. The center of the gallery will feature a remake and stand-alone installation of the film’s clock tower, shown in the film as an impromptu 3D experience.  Also on display from Twixt, will be bat and birdhouses from Nice, California artist John Hathaway, whose front yard/gallery/shop “The Woodpecker”, was a key set in the film. TWIXT sc. 83 will also feature a series of other pieces from the film’s set department that were found around different locations in Northern California and in the Coppola archives, as well as behind the scenes and set photography by the film’s executive producer, Anahid Nazarian and Set Photographer, Kalman Mueller. The gallery will run trailers of the film, along with other enhancements to bring Twixt’s horror scenes to life.

US VERSUS THEM presents OIL and WATER at KNOWN GALLERY

The public opening for OIL & WATER is November 12, 2011 at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. There will be a live performance by Joe Wood & The Lonely Ones. Artists in the show include Jim Phillips, Wes Humpston, Cha Bojorquez, Shinya Kimura, Rick Reitvelo, Risky, Og Abel, Trevelen, Manuel Cisneros, Norm Awr Msk, Danny D, Latisha Wood, Tarrera, Harpoon, Kutty Noteboom, Luke Wessman, Honkey Kong, CJ Nelson, Menso, Fudemae, Les Schettkoe, Belgium Lion, David Lozeau, Bobby Tribal, Sal Elias, Vince Felix, Boog, Sonny Boy, Frankie Caraccioli, Zane, Sung “Kevin” Song, David Flores ATC, Rekal, Haunted Euth, Kenneth Herring, Ratty Matt, Duane Ballard, Matt Wessen, Fone, Ralphy the Kid, and Graham Nystrom.

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA | 90036

www.oilandwaterartshow.com

THE OTHER VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

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THE OTHER VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
PHOTOS BY: DAN LEVY
at Beyond Baroque Foundation, Venice, CA
October, 13-16, 2011

Featured films included the Allen Sarlo documentary Work to Surf and the Dogtown farce film, Day at the Pool.

Allen Sarlo, aka “The Wave Killer”, aka “The King of Mailbu”. Allen was surfing by age 6, at 14 he was surfing the infamous “Cove” at the POP pier. The film, “Dogtown, Z Boys” documented his adolescence and captured a celluloid preview of his athletically intense surfing style. In 1974, at 16 Allen took first place at the prestigious Malibu 4-A contest, to the chagrin of the older surfers. He tells his adventure as a surfer and the many contests he wins. The surf life style film “Work to Surf” is Allen’s latest adventure, it’s a bio documentary with a ‘feel good’ message. Allen is an active member of Surfrider Foundation, rallying over the years for cleaner water at Malibu’s “Surfrider Beach”.

A Day at the Pool is a documentary-style film that attempts to uncover the true origins of modern skateboarding. Interviews with Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, Jay Adams and the rest of the Dogtown Crew reveal that an anonymous local kid may have been largely responsible for the skateboarding revolution that lead to their success in the late 70s.

For more info about the film fest go to http://othervenicefilmfestival.com/

PANHANDLE SLIM “L.A. FOLK” ART SHOW

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PANHANDLE SLIM “L.A. FOLK” ART SHOW COVERAGE

OCTOBER. 15, 2011

RANCH-N-ROLL

PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY

Libby Knudson, artist and sole proprietor, of what has become one of the coolest galleries in Los Angeles, the Ranch-N-Roll, played host to yet another epic art expose’ on October 15, 2011. This evening featured the colorful and impacting works of deep South folk artist Panhandle Slim. Some in the skateboarding world might know him as Scott Stanton, one of the infamous Zorlac team warrior rippers. Others may know him through his unique Southern folk music with a twist. In whatever capacity you know of Panhandle Slim, his artistic talent is as unprecedented as his unassuming demeanor and relentless passion for creating his art in all forms.

This show highlighted a vibrant body of work encapsulating a diverse array of prolific musicians, skateboarders, poets, politicians, writers and other persons of merit. All of the paintings included quotes from the highlighted individual along with a caricature style portrait. It was  overwhelmingly pleasant as you moved through the space and took in the power of the pieces coupled by the humor and sarcasm behind all the icons portrayed.

The opposing walls and displays were decorated with original works by Libby Knudson embellishing her custom country flair and unique eye for functional impacting display. The wooden cases were filled with authentic Western apparel and perfectly worn in cowboy boots giving you the sense of being in an old Western thoroughfare within shouting distance of a saloon.

The back patio served as a speak easy for the evening with an intimate setting where the small elite crowd was fortunate to experience a one of a kind performance by Rain Phoenix.  This duo performed a rendition of “California Uber Alles” by the Dead Kennedies with a hauntingly prolific energy that left the entire audience in awe. The spirits were flowing as the barkeeper worked frivolously to appease the temporary saloon serving with a smile and sarcastic wit.

Panhandle Slim took a small detour from selling his art to sing a country song with Rain Phoenix bringing some Southern gut to the City of Angels. Exene Cervenka of legendary punk band X was in attendance along with art collectors and other Los Angeles elite.

The show was a complete success as Ranch-N-Roll continues to play host to some of the best modern-day artists in the world. Stay tuned for more to come from Panhandle Slim at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=814093496.

Make sure to check out Ranch and Roll when you are in the Los Angeles area and pick up one of Libby’s custom-made Guadalupe chairs while you’re there. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ranch-n-Roll/125615207451186

CRAIG STECYK III WORK SHOP AND ART SHOW

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C.R. STECYK III ROGUE PRINTSHOP AND INSTALLATION

PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY

On the rare occasion, you may get a chance to meet your idols and have a conversation that will stay in your permanent story telling roster for life. It is even more out of the ordinary to actually be able to take part in the creative process with those you hold in high acclaim. The students of the California State University at Northridge, along with a lucky few, were able to do just that. The one and only C.R. Stecyk III led an interactive rogue printshop for aspiring art students of the university utilizing the techniques of silk screening and artistic lithography. Stecyk along with the students produced a body of work based around the concept of rogue signage, and the art was then hung up around the campus for all to see. The workshop went for three days and ended with a question and answer session with Craig, following a rare video installation . It was truly a one of a kind experience and the students were able to get a glimpse into what it really takes to be a professional artist.

Stecyk, a world-famous CSUN alumnus and multi-disciplinary artist, is active in printmaking, photography and design, and has presented a variety of media through a combination of guerrilla street installations and gallery exhibitions. Much respect to C.R.S.

The CSUN West Gallery, Art and Design Center, is in Room 201, 18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA. Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat. 12-4pm. Thurs 12-8pm. Installation dates. Oct. 7-8 and Oct 10, 2011

JUICE MAGAZINE – EVENTS CALENDAR

JUICE MAGAZINE EVENT LISTING 2011-2012

The Juice Magazine Event Listing represents a mix of dates from press releases and current news outlets. If you see a mistake, please email us. All event listings are subject to change. If you have news or an event you’d like to have listed please email juice@juicemagazine.com.

1031 Tour

Nov 8 – 1031 Tour

Nov 10 – RS2 Solid Sound @ Tres Gringos (San Jose, CA)

Billly Al Bengston

Nov 11 – Billy Al Bengston @ Subliminal Projects (1331 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026) 7PM – 10PM

Shut Up and Skate

Nov 12 – Texas Style Transitionary Ritual @ Overground Project ( 2117 S. Ervay St. Dallas, Texas

Coldman Jam

Nov 12 – Cold Man Jam 5 @ Pier 62, NYC, NY, 10AM – 3PM

Nov 12 – Recent Work by Peggy Oki Opening Reception @ the Sojourner Cafe (134 E. Canon Perdido, Santa Barbara, CA 93101)

Harold Hunter Day

Nov 12 – Harold Hunter Day V @ 12TH L.E.S. Skatepark (New York City, NY)

Nov 12- Kar and Bike Show @ Downtown Wilmington, NC on Princess St. from Frount St. to 3rd St.

Nuclear Blast Scion Music Showcase

Nov 12 – Nuclear Blast presents Exodus, All Shall Parish, Origin & Decrepit Birth @ The Roxy (9009 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069)

Nov 12 – RAT Tour @ Lewisville Skatepark (1031 S. Railroad Park, Lewisville, TX 75057)

Nov 12 – Memphis Skate Park Grand Opening (Memphis, TN) 10AM

Nov 12-Dec 20 – Vans Triple Crown of Surfing @ North Shore, Oahu, HI

Nov 13 – Invincible Skateboards Launch Party/Art Show @ Tiger Tiger Bar in North Park, San Diego, CA) 6PM

King of Crete

Nov 19 – King Of ‘Crete Florida Bowlriders Cup @ Orlando Skatepark (400 Festival Way Orlando, FL 32803) 11AM

Nov 19 – Grind For Ray @ Greenfield Grind Skate Park (1701 Burnett Boulevard, Wilmington, NC) 9AM

Nov 19 – Punk Rock BBQ Make Up Show @ The Queens Wharf (555 Pico Ave. Long Beach, CA)

Nov 19 – The Ian Tilmann Foundation’s Benefit Rock Fest & Board – A – Thon @ MLK Community Center / Stirling Skate Park (550 Laura Lane Dunedin, FL 34698-4927) 10AM

Nov 19-20 – Telekom Extreme Playground @ Berlin, Germany

Nov 19- Dec 31- Surfing Santa and Surfboard Auction @ The Ritz- Carlton, Laguna Niguel

Nov 24-Dec 6 – O’Neill World Cup @ Sunset Beach, Oahu, HI (tentative)

Nov 26 – Venice Surf-A-Thon @ Venice Beach, CA

Nov 26 – Venice Thanksgiving Throwdown @Venice Beach Skate Park (Venice, CA)

Dec 1- 4 – Tampa AM @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL

Dec 1-Feb 28 – Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau @ Waimea Bay, Oahu, HI

Dec 3 – N-Men 2011 Christmas Party @ The Blue Lamp (Sacramento, CA) 9PM

Dec 8-20 – ASP World Tour Billabong Pipe Masters @ Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, HI

2012

Agenda Trade Show

Jan 5 – 6 – Agenda @ Long Beach Convention Center (300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802)

March 19 – 23 – The Ultimate Boarder Surfing on Seaside Reef in Cardiff, CA

Mar 23-25 – Tampa Pro @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL

March 24 Ultimate Boarder Skateboarding @ The Del Mar Fairgrounds

May 12 – 13 – OluKai Ho’Olaule’a Ocean Festival (Maui, HI)

June 8 – 10 – 16th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival @ The Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, NV)

June 15 – 17 – AM2 2012 @ The Anaheim Convention Center (800 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92802)

HOLD UP ART presents TRASH

PRESENTS

TRASH

A GROUP EXHIBITION CURATED BY MATTHEW HODGES
Featuring the work of Craig Skibs Barker, Kelly Castillo, Alex Chiu,
Matthew Hodges, Cody Lusby, Noel Paris, Ryan Pratt, Kilby Rodell
and Danny Schutt.


OPENING RECEPTION
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2011
From 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Exhibition Runs Through December 1, 2011
at Hold Up Art
358 E. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Hold Up Art presents TRASH, a group exhibition featuring the work of nine emerging artists whose work impressed exhibiting artist and guest curator Matthew Hodges. With an emphasis on art on repurposed and found materials, TRASH is as much above the environment as it is about the free-to-own vibe of contemporary street art.

“Every trash day, there is a coffee table, a chair, a couple doors left out for the picking,” says Matthew Hodges. “Why spend money on new canvas and panels when you can reclaim a surface for free? Canvas, whether it’s the cheaper kind from China or the more expensive surface from Belgium, and wood panels are expensive, and not very environmentally friendly. We wanted to bring attention to repurposed materials as an alternative substrate source to the more traditional art surfaces. It is an economic and eco-friendly solution to the contemporary predicament with which artists are dealing.”

Matthew chose his eight compatriots for TRASH, Craig Skibs Barker, Kelly Castillo, Alex Chiu, Cody Lusby, Noel Paris, Ryan Pratt, Kilby Rodell and Danny Schutt, with an interest in showing diversity in how artists are using repurposed materials, and based on his belief that these artists deserved more attention from mainstream collectors. Dedicated to showcasing the talents of up-and-coming artists whose work in the streets of Los Angeles is often overlooked, Hold Up Art was the ideal setting for a show such as TRASH.

“Hold Up Art deals with contemporary art. The artists in the show are creating art in the style and with materials that directly relate to our time,” continues Matthew. “I would say that we found the perfect home for this group exhibition.”

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JUICE ART SHOW VIDEO: G.F.P. AT BENEFIT FOR BABETTE AND JEFF HO

The Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection: A Benefit for Babette featured an amazing set by Tony Alva and G.F.P., and it was getting wild in the VIP lounge upstairs with DJ Ray Flores, Tonan, Peck and Rosie on the mic. “Punk as fuck!” Thanks again to everyone who contributed, volunteered and attended. We’ve still got art available from the show at http://www.juicemagazine.com/BABETTEBENEFIT.html. Art exhibit closes Oct. 31, 2011. For those who wish to give to Babette and Jeff Ho, please click here.

PHOTOS from Surf Skate Culture Collection 3: A Benefit for Babette

BIG THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED. Check out some flicks from the Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 3: A Benefit for Babette.

Want to send us your pictures? Have any questions? CLICK HERE to get on our Kaptur page and see everyone’s posts, photos, and videos from the event.

Color photos by Dan Levy. Black and white photos by Alicia Gilmour.

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Thank you to everyone that donated, attended, volunteered and participated. The event was a huge success!

THANK YOU:

G.F.P.:
Nick Manning – Drummer (Southbay Nick)
Tom Davis – Lead Singer (Crazy Tom)
Aime Caron – Guitar
Tony Alva – Bass

DJ: Ray Flores

EVENT SPONSORS
Vans
DTA Posse
Sector 9
House of Marley
Juice Magazine

AUCTION DONATIONS
Big Daddy & Sons
Bloodhorse
Carter Slade
Century Media Records
Chris “Slappy” Sutherland
Cliche Skateboards
DC Jam Records
Dave England
Dickhouse Productions
Dogtown
Enjoi
Eric Dressen
Evil Goods
Fender
Garage Skate Shop
Ger-I Lewis
Gullwing
Jackass
Just Chill Water
Maui & Sons
Monster Energy Drinks
Munson Industries
Native Shoes
Nitro Circus
Ozone
Picollo
Powell Peralta
Red Bull
Six Stair
Subjekt Audio
SPA USA
Tom from HB     & wife
VSA – Venice Skateboard Association
Vans
Venice Originals
Venice Paparrazi
Vinyl Solution
Wayne Kramer

CATERING DONATED BY:
Sushi Girl
Hemp Ale
Just Chill Water
Terri’s Meatballs
Ona Gauthier

SKATE RAMP DONATED BY
Old Star
Jim Callans
Chris Eidem
David Wiley
Doug Smith (art)

ART DONATED BY:
C.R. STECYK III
SUSANNE MELANIE BERRY
STEVE OLSON
DAVID HACKETT
JEFF AMENT
WES HUMPSTON
WYNN MILLER
TONY ALVA
SHEPARD FAIREY
JAMES O’MAHONEY
ERIC DRESSEN
PAT NGOHO
KELLY D. WILLIAMS
ONA GAUTHIER
TIM KERR
LIBBY KNUDSEN
PANHANDLE SLIM
GEORGE PETERSON
ERIC “TUMA” BRITTON
JESSE MARTINEZ
JAMES MUIR
DOUG SMITH
CHICKEN
ANN SUMMA
JAY ADAMS
BART SARIC
DAN LEVY
BLOCK
CHUCK KATZ
JADE CURLY
DAVID FLORES
STEVE CABALLERO
DEREK ALBECK
MARCO ZAMORA
TONAN
MATT SMITH
MITCH REITER
BRETT HAMMOND
BILLY DUNLOP
CRIS DAWSON
ADAM PAUL
SLAPPY
ERRANDBOY
BRAD BOWMAN
SUSAN WEINBERG
DAVE FLYNN
KELLY JACKSON
CHRISTIAN GUNTHER

STATE OF SKATE WALL SKATEBOARDS
ALMOST
ARBOR
BULLDOG SKATES
CHOCOLATE
DOGTOWN
EVIL GOODS
FACTORY 13
GIRL
MYSTERY
POWELL PERALTA
SKATEPUCK
SKATERMADE
SLAVE
VERTICAL SMILE
ZERO

VOLUNTEERS
Tanya Martin
Alicia Gilmour
Lauren Wiley
Bill’s Nelson Painting
Libby Knudsen
Ona Gauthier
Sharon Wu
Nikki at Sushi Girl
Tonan
David Wiley
Nick Dunlop
Dom Bertolami
Trevor Thorpe
Patrick Wilson
Joaquin Sahagun
Chris
Steve Davey
Willy Sions
Susanne Melanie Berry
James Reed
Gabe Reed
Jesse Martinez
Doug Smith

PERSONAL DONATIONS
Barbara Lonsdale
Christian Guenther
Traci Robinson
Drew Kunze
BooBoo
Louis
Joaquin Sahagun
Peter Klimenko
Jamie Valasquez
Todd
Amy & Gemma
Janis Gaudy
Molz Anqelbralt
Dwnowels
Kate Minelain
Kimmie Welsh
Rita Gonzalez
Tamra Hernandez
Steve Waugh
Wolfe
Teddy K
Casey Stevens
Dylan Gasperik
Jon Penson
Kody Noble
Spread Inc.
Jesse Martinez
Gabriel Sanchez
Melissa Daly
Monique Reynolds
Crystal Skinner
Jamison Sinclair
Lanie
Bennett Harada
Mark Sweetzer
Eduardo Sallada
Mauro Monteiro
Peck
Patty Nemenz
Lori Lorenzo
Nadine Wright
Dave White
Denise Fleming
David Stockard
Mario Correa
William Meyerchak
Heidi Lemmon
Garage Skate Shop
Scott Manning
Dave England
Mikey Samuelson
Dave Maralas
Matt Smith
Joey Casillas
Brian Zarate
Michael Bernheim
Jeremy Parker
Christine & Bob Milam
Dave Flynn
Roland “Cholo” Sanchez
Joey Gant
Lance Carrera
Masao Miyashiro
Simon Brown
Ian Dean
Neil Carver
Greg Falk
Jen Wolf
Andree Lacourciere
Aime Caron
Anthony Peters