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Pacific Design Center’s Fall Art season launch, which is marked by a public opening reception on Thursday, September 17 from 5 p.m. to 9:30pm

Written By: Marcelle - Sep• 12•15

Pacific Design Center’s fall art season launch, which is marked by a public opening reception on Thursday, September 17 from 5 p.m. to 9:30PM

PDC’s national arts program, designLAb, is excited to debut a series of 13 cutting-edge exhibitions plus three new sculptural installations.

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Highlights include three sculpture installations by world-renowned artists in the Blue Lobby: Proposal for New Landscapes by one of Japan’s most important contemporary artists, Nobuo Sekine; compelling sculptural works by LA-based artist Matt Johnson; and a retrospective by Italian architect/designer Antonio Pio Saracino, which provide visitors with an powerful overview of architecture, industrial design and fine art.

Featured gallery exhibitions include Kevin Cheng’s interactive The Distance Between Stars at 4 A.M.; Industry’s Art With Heart to benefit the Friend Movement, an anti-bullying organization; and Andrew Myers’ “screw art” solo show, where realistic portraits “come to life” from “lifeless” metal objects at Lawrence Cantor Fine Art. Also on view is Javiera Estrada: Pillars of Creation at BOÎTE NOIRE; Mapping the Information Age at Christopher W. Mount Gallery, Continental Drift at CMay, Andrew Myers at Lawrence Cantor Fine Art, Hei Myung Hyun: Ancestral Gardens at Thomas Paul Fine Art, Hot & Tasty: New Work by Allen Tombello at VAROLA and George Barber: By the Way and Stas Orlovski: Skazka both at Young Projects.designLAb is curated by Charles Cohen’s longtime art advisor, NYC-based Helen Varola, who selects work in harmony with PDC’s distinctively bold, colorful and minimalist design.

CONTACT BETH BRETT FOR MORE INFO:

Beth 310-850-2701 

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