The 23rd edition of the LA Art Show returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center on January 10 – 14. Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge’s Through The Looking Glass will have its world premiere at the showcase.
The Afro-Cuban artist and the Straight Outta Compton actor created two new large-scale pieces for the exhibition. Presented by Simard Bilodeau Contemporary, Through The Looking Glass was said to be created in the spirit of social experimentation.
In addition, both creators are taking part in a lecture series at the LA Art Show. Through The Looking Glass with Artists Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge takes place January 13 and A Conversation With Artists Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge is scheduled for January 14.
“There is a spotlight on Los Angeles today,” says LA Art Show producer and partner Kim Martindale. “It has become a center of excellence for the production and presentation of contemporary art. Last year, the Show expanded its civic role by providing a platform to some of Southern California’s largest art institutions.”
Martindale continues, “With the balance between museums and exhibitors established as our new base, this year we are redoubling our efforts to engage visitors with the wealth of world-class art being produced and presented all around the globe as well as here in Los Angeles.”
For more information about the 2018 LA Art Show click it. Check out a behind-the-scenes video of Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge’s Through The Looking Glass below.
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Happy new year everyone! I’m proud to tell you that @honeiee and I will be exhibiting our new work at the @laartshow Jan 10th-14th with @simard_bilodeau_contemporary. We will be presenting 2 pieces from our collection “Through The Looking Glass” along with having a Q&A on Jan 13th to discuss our vision. We’d love for you to join us! Link for info on tickets is in the bio. And if you’re coming, definitely tag us to let us know #RosalesHodge 🎨 See you there😎