Today we celebrate the end of an extraordinary pair of exhibitions by hosting two informative lectures. Steven Daily will illuminate the hidden symbols and secret handshakes that populate his dense expose of Masonic Conspiracies: Covenant.
Howard Hallis will relate the creative process and personal sacrifices that culminated in the completion of his thirteen-year and fifteen-feet-tall project The Picture of Everything.
4pm until 7pm on Saturday, January 29th.
This weekend is also the last chance to catch Tammi Otis' A Fertile Madness and Charles Binger's posthumous A Pulp Life. Two absolutely stunning collections that need to be seen.
Next Week we'll be opening an extraordinary collaboration of art and music as we unveil Charon's Pantheon by Myron Conan Dyal and Jennifer Logan. We've published a catalog of this exhibition with an audio CD of the music written specifically for the statues on display. This is an installation unlike any we've ever hosted before. There will be a lecture series on each Saturday in the month of February that will begin with a talk and continue with a live musical demonstration.
On Valentine's Day we'll be hosting a very special signing with Marion Peck and Mark Ryden. This will undoubtedly be very crowded and we anticipate a long line, so mark your calendars. You can call the Soap Plant / Wacko for details: (323) 663-0122.
The following Friday we'll hand the gallery keys over to The Igloo Tornado for an event so wonderfully bizarre that I'm hesitant to post the details. Suffice to say that will be a Henry & Glenn Forever themed evening, and there will be art and music.
February heats up, courtesy of La Luz de Jesus!