THE WEEKEND EXPERIENCE – ART+CULTURE: Bipolar

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 29, 7pm-11pm @ Exhibit A Gallery: Los Angeles

Bipolar, a group show with a twist, opens this Saturday, August 29th, 2009 at Exhibit A Gallery in LA. Presented by Tony Alva and Richard Villa III, the show will offer a change of pace by having artists create works of art using a new or unfamiliar style/approach. The impressive lineup, offering a mix of rising talent and proven stars, includes Sas Christian, Nate Frizzell, Mike Maxwell, Melissa Haslam (above), Jenn Porreca, Farel Dalrymple, Mimi Knoop, Bigfoot, James Naccarato, Allison Sommers, Tim Biskup, and Tiffany Liu. Bipolar will run until September 19th, 2009, with the opening reception on August 29th, 7pm-11pm.

Dates and hours: Show runs from August 29th to September 19th, 2009. Mon-Sat: 11am-7pm Opening Reception: Saturday, August 29, 7pm-11pm Cost: Free Exhibit A Gallery website 1086 South Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles CA 90019 323.954.7295



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