Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Paramount Ranch

What a whirlwind of an art weekend Los Angeles had. One of the many events was the fair at Paramount Ranch – bringing together 32 galleries and artist-run projects in the old western town for its first year.

left: Alfred Boman (see also below)

Limited edition scarves (above) by Richard Nicoll & Linder Sterling, Stewart Uoo and Jean-Michel Wicker at Artists Space. Also available for purchase online.

left: Oscar Tuazon's barber shop chair at Paradise Garage

For photos of the art, this is a fun place to peruse and the New York Times T Magazine Art Matters write-up here.

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This is Angelica Bazzana, who along with Valentina Suma runs Fluxia Gallery in Milan, Italy. Below are a couple of the artists they represent.

Benjamin Valenza - Move series on marble. Look closely!

Alfred Boman

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One of the many galleries included, was 356 Mission / Ooga Booga here in LA. Currently on view is work by Scott Reeder, including parts of the set from his film, Moon Dust. Now until March 16th. Wed - Sun from 11am - 6pm. 
356 Mission  |  356 Mission Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90033

And coming in late spring, is the Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest & Folk Festival. We went a couple of years ago with the kids and it was some serious hot'n'dusty Bluegrass goodness.

All pictures of Paramount Ranch were taken by photographer Andrea Wyner on her iphone. Andrea grew up in Los Angeles and now splits her time between New York, California and Italy. Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart LivingMonocle, New York Times, Travel + Leisure and Outstanding in the Field – a farm to table cookbook. I've been lucky to know her for at least 15 years and she was sweet enough to even photograph my wedding.

Photos of artists' work via gallery sites

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