The Exchange Project: Series I
CARTWHEEL & The Navarro Residence
in conjunction with The Site Unscene
The Exchange Project: Series 1
May 12, 2012
6:00 – 11:00pm
The Navarro Residence
5704 Baltimore St. Los Angeles CA 90042
We are very proud to be involved with this amazing project, the amazing companies creating it and the amazing artists featured within it. We wanted to send a personal invite to all our followers for this very special event. The Navarro Residence is one of the most beautiful and interesting art galleries in Los Angeles so if you haven’t experienced it, please do so this weekend. This exhibition also marks the first event for CARTWHEEL and they have an amazing future ahead of them, so get familiar now. Details below and we hope to see you there!
-The TSUS* Team
CARTWHEEL and The Navarro Residence are proud to present The Exchange Project, a unique one night exhibition of New York art on LA soil. This interesting collaboration between the newly launched CARTWHEEL and the quickly rising Navarro Residence is set to be the first of a several yearly art and artist “exchanges” cultivated by the duo. Series 1 of this inaugural project features the work of three New York artists never before exhibited on the West Coast, Patrick Porter, RADICAL! and Scott Michael Ackerman.
Albany based watercolor artist, Patrick Porter, also a writer and a musician, began painting simply as a way to earn extra cash. Since launching his fine art career in 2007, his work quickly garnered attention within the New York art scene and soon led to international recognition and commissions as well as an extensive biography of work. Porter considers painting his purest and most enjoyable pursuit.
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