Menu
The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Preview: Blender

'Blender', Opening Saturday October 11th, is the inaugural show of the new Cerasoli-LeBasse Gallery. A fusion between Beau LeBasse's former Project Gallery and the Freddi Cerasoli gallery. The new partners were previously catty-corner neighbors in the Culver City art district of Los Angeles. The new gallery is now housed within the former Cerasoli gallery space as a much larger 3 room gallery.

‘Blender’, Opening Saturday October 11th, is the inaugural show of the new Cerasoli-LeBasse Gallery. A fusion between Beau LeBasse’s former Project Gallery and the Freddi Cerasoli gallery. The new partners were previously catty-corner neighbors in the Culver City art district of Los Angeles. The new gallery is now housed within the former Cerasoli gallery space as a much larger 3 room gallery.

‘I think the new gallery will truly become an international presence in contemporary art. This December we will be making our first appearance at Art Basel, and are scheduled to curate shows in Barcelona and London in ’09. ‘Project’ will remain as a management wing for artists, with a represented list of artists for now. Project’s management division will be curating a 5 city tour of young (like still in school) artists next year as well – which should be a really fun time for me personally.’ says Beau.

Freddi still has the lab 101 at 8539 Washington Blvd., (with an opening for Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock that same night.)


Mari Inukai


Jennifer Davis


Melissa Haslam


Vincent Hui

Meta
Topics
Share
Facebook
Reddit
Pinterest
Email
Related Articles
Illustrator-turned-fine artist Janice Sung’s figures seem at home amidst natural settings, whether in a lily pad pond or a garden, floating like a near-translucent milk specters. Her recent gallery showing at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles, the first using physical media by the artist. We asked the artist a few questions about her new body of work and about transitioning from digital to physical media. Click the above already and read the hifructose.com exclusive interview.
Hi-Fructose writer Zara Kand visits Coleccion SOLO in Spain for their latest Handle With Care exhibition. Click above to see the full report.
As a tribute to this “most wonderful time of the year” artists Lauren YS and Makoto Chi have created twenty-eight works (and a mural) for their new “Five Poisons” exhibition. We’ve interviewed the artists about the work. Click image above to read it, or else.
With a mix of dark humor and an impressive skill at creating inviting, yet dangerous worlds, the artist known as Bub has caught our eye. Click above to read our new interview with the artist and his new body of work, before it's too late.

Subscribe to the Hi-Fructose Mailing List