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Author Topic: LOS ANGELES EXHIBIT - FEB-MARCH 2009 / ROCK PAPER SCISSOR  (Read 7847 times)
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« on: November 06, 2008, 02:17:34 PM »

R O C K    P A P E R    S C I S S O R
featuring Raymond Pettibon, Daniel Johnston, Ron English, Thurston
Moore, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo & Gibby Haynes
Curated by Jon Cournoyer
February 28 - March 21, 2009
I am curating an exciting group show entitled Rock, Paper, Scissor for Feb 28-March 21, 2009 at our galleries at Bergamot Station. The show will feature noteworthy artists who freely use, base imagery on, thrive, and excel in both the mediums of visual art and music. The artists taking part in the show are Raymond Pettibon, Daniel Johnston, Ron English, Gibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers and Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon and Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth. This exhibition will be a high-profile event featuring these artists who have created a memorable and historical body of work in both the mediums of music and art and continue to do so. Being an art exhibit based on artists who also are musicians, a live performance is scheduled for March 1st to be hosted by the very well respected Santa Monica Museum of Art, which is located a few doors down from us at Bergamot Station. The Nichemakers (feat. Raymond Pettibon), Ron English's Electric Illuminati, Mike Watt+thesecondmen, & special guests are scheduled to perform.

Check our website at www.robertbermangallery.com for updates and more information as time gets closer and contact the curator with inquiries at "joncournoyer@anet.net"
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2009, 12:23:59 AM »

This looks like a very interesting exhibit. Does anyone know a good Los Angeles Hotel that is near this exhibit. I would prefer it if it was a very cheap hotel as well. Thanks so much. This exhibit seems way more interesting than the usual Los Angeles Tourist Attractions. Can't wait to check it out.

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