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Artillery Book Reading Event

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Shulamit Gallery

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014, 7-9 PM

Artillery Magazine presents Gen F, a book reading and signing event on July 23rd. An anthology of short stories of comic tragedies, humiliations and reversals of fortune for these displaced by technology and the economy. Edited by Gordy Grundy.

This event is free. Kindly RSVP by July 21st to rsvp@shulamitgallery.com.

 

Young Collector’s Event

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Shulamit Gallery

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014, 6-8 PM

Shulamit Gallery requests the pleasure of your company at a Young Collector’s Event in celebration of Centrifuge, a group exhibition featuring works by Inbal Abergil, Anisa Ashkar, Luciana Kaplun, Aim Deuelle Luski, Ido Michaeli, and Roee Rosen.

We will stay open on Wednesday, July 9, from 6-8pm for this event. Come visit the exhibition, mix, mingle, share your ideas and enjoy art.

 

Centrifuge

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Shulamit Gallery

June 14th – August 2nd, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 14th, 2014, 7
-9 PM

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present a selection of works from the exhibition Centrifuge that debuted at The Nathan Cummings Foundation in New York, NY. Centrifuge features artists who explore the complexity of contemporary life in Israel through its peripheral communities. Rather than depicting the country as a unified or stable entity, Centrifuge presents work that expressly engages the multiplicity of Israeli identities – whether ethnic, religious, cultural or political – and the vying forces that push some communities to society’s edges and others to its center.The Shulamit Gallery presentation includes works by Aim Deuelle Luski, Ido Michaeli, Roee Rosen, Luciana Kaplun, Inbal Abergil and Anisa Ashkar.

Centrifuge is presented in collaboration with Artis and is accompanied by an essay by Chen Tamir. Artis is a nonprofit organization that broadens international awareness and understanding of contemporary art from Israel.

Venice Art Walk

Gary Baseman: Mythical Homeland

Shulamit Gallery
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 12
-4 PM

Special performance by DJ KABO integrating elements of traditional Persian music, 1-3 PM

Currently on view, solo exhibition by Pouya Afshar: Romance with the Crow I Killed. His drawings and sculptures is a nostalgic flashback to Afshar’s memories of growing up in an environment heavily influenced by war, violence and complicated socio-political hegemony. Featured in Project Space is a new installation by Galia Linn entitled Vessels. The medium of clay offers Linn an infinite number of choices with unexpected natural results. In the kiln, as the material cracks, breaks and explodes, each vessel gains its own identity — a metaphor to being human.

This event is free. Please rsvp to rsvp@shulamitgallery.com

Cheh Khabar // What’s New?

Gary Baseman: Mythical Homeland

Romance with the Crow I Killed Related Event

Shulamit Gallery
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 4
-6 PM

Inspired by Pecha Kucha Nights and Ted Talks, this series of presentations, during Pouya Afshar and Galia Linn’s exhibition, must answer the questions: What’s New? Exhibition artists Pouya Afshar and Galia Linn along with guest speakers Elaine Levin, Narges Hamzianpour and Karen Koblitz will discuss ceramics as well as Iranian contemporary art.

 

ROMANCE WITH THE CROW I KILLED

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Shulamit Gallery

March 29th – May 31st, 2014

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 5th, 2014 | 7-9 PM

A R T I S T S:  Pouya Afshar, Galia Linn

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by emerging artist Pouya Afshar. This series of drawings and sculptures is a nostalgic flashback to Afshar’s memories of growing up in an environment heavily influenced by war, violence and complicated socio-political hegemony. Afshar explores the effects of events such as the Iranian revolution and the Iran-Iraq war on Iran’s society and individuals, exploring themes relating to the publicizing of martyrdom and politcal-based violence, and the way children think about machine guns and their usage in the battlefield and everyday life. Featured in the Project Space is a new installation by regional sculptor Galia Linn entitled Vessels.

Video Art Panel: Constructing in Video

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ZOL ZAYN // WHAT IF? Related Event

Shulamit Gallery
Thursday, March 6th, 2014, 6
-8 PM

Moderator: Maura Brewer

Panelists: Paul Young, Bruce Yonemoto, Antoinette LaFarge, Jonas N.T. Becker, Andy Fedak

The Video Panel is focused on exploring hybrid and emergent video art practices, emphasizing using the medium to construct new spaces inside and outside of the frame.  Each panelist will use one particular conceptual or strategic frame to focus their reflections on the work in Zol Zay, for example, collective input models for generating work and the productive greying of boundaries between narrative cinematic video and video art.

Cheh Khabar // What’s New?

Zol Zayn

ZOL ZAYN // WHAT IF? Related Event

Shulamit Gallery
January 25th, 2014, 4
-6 PM

Cheh Khabar – What’s New?

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present an afternoon discussion exploring messianism and utopian ideals in art.  The current exhibition Zol Zayn //  What if? features four video installations by Los Angeles-based artist Jonas N.T. Becker.  This Saturday we welcome the arts community to visit the gallery from 4-6pm for a personal artist talk from Becker and listen two gracious guest speakers: Josh Milstein & Rabbi Susan Goldberg. Becker will speak about her personal motivations and research about the work as it relates to messianism and utopia.  Josh Milstein will speak about the intersection of Messianism from both a secular and historical perspective.  He will explain how specific work in the exhibition outline a parallel relationship with utopia and Messianism. Last but not least, Rabbi Susan Goldberg from the Wilshire Boulevard Temple will be on hand to talk about how creative explorations of Messianism can be used as a tool for social justice in our society.  She will frame the conversation around how social justice and utopian ideals can be used as a productive political statement.  Overall, this conversation will be a truly thought-provoking afternoon with Q&A at the end.

ZOL ZAYN // WHAT IF?

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January 11th – March 4th, 2014

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 11th, 2014 | 7-9 PM

A R T I S T:  Jonas N.T. Becker

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by photographer and video artist Jonas N.T. Becker. Born in West Virginia, Becker currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She received an MFA in Studio Art from the University of California, Irvine in 2010. She is a recipient of the Six Points Fellowship for emerging Jewish artists, and teaches photography at Scripps College and the Art Institute of California.  Becker’s images and video installations actualize the imaginary space between what can be seen and what we suspect, hope, or believe is real.  Her visual imagery gives truth-like authority to that which can’t be documented and features suspended time and mythologically constructed moments.

Zol Zayn,  yiddish for what if, the exhibit is comprised of four site-specific video installations titled Almost Always, The Pile, End(s) of the World and Prodigal Sun. The works investigate the personal, structural and historical significance of messianic and utopian conjectures raised by the artist. Almost, Always suspends time in the moment before the New Year. Red objects seen in The Pile reflect the process of manifesting individual and communal desires. Prodigal Sun reflects on light’s dichotomous relationship in photography and film to re-examine the myth of Iccarus. The fourth video End(s) of the World creates a surreal geography of perceptual ends by looping locations titled as such. Using communal input to generate the artwork, Zol Zayn examines the origins of our utopian desires, and the possibilities of a new generative moment. Each video work specifically, engaging viewers to ask, “What if?”

Exhibition Closing & Artist Talk

Gary Baseman: Mythical Homeland

Mythical Homeland Related Event

Shulamit Gallery
December 14th, 2013, 2
-4 PM

The closing exhibition Mythical Homeland features dynamic, heartfelt, personal stories and captivating visual imagery. As one of Los Angeles’ most intriguing artists, Gary Baseman will spend time talking about his previous career accomplishments, recent Skirball museum retrospect, how it all relates to Shulamit Gallery’s Mythical Homeland installation, and future projects including his Sundance Lab documentary.

 

 

Cheh Khabar // What’s New?

Gary Baseman: Mythical Homeland

Mythical Homeland Related Event

Shulamit Gallery
November 12th, 2013, 
7-9 PM

Inspired by Pecha Kucha Nights and Ted Talks, this series of presentations, during Gary Baseman’s exhibition, must answer the questions: What’s New? The evening will include videos, performances and live talks by Gary Baseman, Eyal Resh, Corrie Siegel, and Larry Tuch.

 

Mythical Homeland

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Shulamit Gallery
October 5th – December 14th, 2013

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 5th 2013 | 7-9 PM

A R T I S T:  Gary Baseman

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by noted regional artist Gary Baseman. Known for designing the best selling board game “Cranium”, Baseman often integrates drawings, paintings and sculptures to construct multi-dimensional environments. He weaves together multiple forms of art as a painter, illustrator, video and performance artist, animator, TV/movie producer, curator, and toy designer.  Baseman created the three-time Emmy and BAFTA award- winning animation series, Teacher’s Pet, earning him credit as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Entertainment by Entertainment Weekly Magazine. The Los Angeles Times has described his art as “adorably perverse,” humorously playful and dark, and childlike but often with adult themes.

Mythical Homeland is an extension of Baseman’s recent retrospective The Door Is Always Open held at the Skirball Cultural Center, his solo exhibition at Shulamit Gallery extends this narrative. Mythical Homeland includes a three dimensional birch tree forest as homage to his parents’ legacy. His father resided as a partisan in forests, hiding from the Nazis, in the outskirts of Poland during WWII. Hung among over a twenty life sized trees and on the walls of the gallery are Baseman’s familiar paintings, drawings and photographs of his lively creatures and Wild Girls. This multi-media installation explores the myth of both place and history, while exposing shifting national narratives with regard to Communist, Fascist and Nazi perspectives. Overlaid is the artist’s personal narrative. His subjects, then, become loaded with meaning as he creates fantastical, allegorical compositions.

Venice Art Crawl

Off the Wall: Performance & Video Art Evening

DIY Printmaking Class

Shulamit Gallery | 17 N. Venice Blvd. | Venice, CA 90291

September 19th, 2013 | 6-10:00 PM

Enjoy Venice Art Crawl at Shulamit Gallery on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 6:00 pm. This curated evening includes a series of brief presentations, video work and performances by several regional artists, including Marjan K. Vayghan, Pouya Afshar, Meital Yaniv & Shagha Ariannia, and Jessica Shokrian.

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Venice Art Crawl Mixer

DIY Printmaking Class

Shulamit Gallery | 17 N. Venice Blvd. | Venice, CA 90291

July 17th, 2013 | 7-9:00 PM

Enjoy Venice Art Crawl Mixer at Shulamit Gallery on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 7:00 pm. Mix, mingle, share your ideas and enjoy art.

DIY Printmaking Class

DIY Printmaking Class

Shulamit Gallery | 17 N. Venice Blvd. | Venice, CA 90291

June 11th – July 16th, 2013

Inspired by the artwork of Orit Hofshi, currently on display at Shulamit Gallery, we have offered a series of project-based workshops. Each class introduces participants to a new printmaking technique that can be explored further at home. Participants have learned the basics of printmaking from craving wood to producing a clean print. This series of workshops is taught by  Anne Hromadka, Co-Director of Shulamit Gallery, who holds a BFA from the University of Denver in printmaking.

Venice Art Crawl

DIY Printmaking Class

Shulamit Gallery | 17 N. Venice Blvd. | Venice, CA 90291

June 20th, 2013 | 7-9:00 PM

Enjoy Venice Art Crawl at Shulamit Gallery on Thursday, June 20th, 2013 at 7:00 pm. Currently on view, the first large-scale West Coast solo exhibition by noted Israeli artist and printmaker Orit Hofshi.

Cessation

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Shulamit Gallery
June 1st – August 6th, 2013

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 1st 2013 | 7-9:00 PM

A R T I S T:  Orit Hofshi

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present the first large-scale West Coast solo exhibition by noted Israeli artist and printmaker Orit Hofshi. Entitled “Cessation,” the term stems from Latin, meaning delay or inactivity. Hofshi’s imagery is deeply affecting, without specifically or explicitly depicting places or events. She pulls images from media and history books, abstracting their location by placing the subjects within a new landscape. Her imagery takes on both uncertain and universal qualities. Her narrative, carefully carved away, rings true in each line incised into the wood. She allows the viewer to lose himself within her compositions, effectively determining the resolution. Her story then becomes our story.

Venice Art Walk

Venice Art Walk 2013

Yeki Bood, Yeki Nabood: Live Storytelling Event
Shulamit Gallery | 17 N. Venice Blvd. | Venice, CA 90291
Sunday, May 19, 2013 | 12:00PM – 4:00 PM

Currently on view, work by Doni Silver Simons and Pouya Afshar unites in exploring folklore in their native cultures. Expanding upon this concept of storytelling, performers will be staged throughout our five-floor space, sharing stories inspired by the artwork. Join Shulamit Gallery staff as we explore new and old stories together!

This event is free! To RSVP, please email RSVP@shulamitgallery.com.

 

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1 Hour 1 Painting Seminar at Shulamit Gallery
Tuesday, April 30 | 6:30-7:30 PM

Shulamit Gallery hosts Peter Clothier for his “One Hour/One Painting” session, an idea he developed to practice a different, more profound and more rewarding way of looking at art. It combines the practices of meditation and contemplation, asking participants to sit for a full hour in front of a single work of art. Slow Looking and “One Hour/One Painting” are about learning to drop the baggage of prejudice and expectation at the door and taking time to really examine what is actually there.

Please RSVP by emailing rsvp@shulamitgallery.com.

 

Jewish Wisdom & Wellness: A Week of Learning

Jewish Wellness

Connection Between Art and the Heart
LA Mart | 1933 S. Broadway, #850 | Los Angeles 90007
Monday, April 22 | 11:00AM – 12:00 PM

Join Shulamit Gallery and Iranian-American artist David Abir for a walk through Abir’s sculptural sound installations, which explore themes of health, healing, and the shared responsibility of tikkun olam.

All events are free! To register, or to learn more about the events, the presenters, and the partner organizaitonsm visit jewishwisdomandwellness.org.

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Big Muse Seminar

Big Muse Seminar at Shulamit Gallery
Tuesday, April 16 | 7-9:00 PM

Based on the notion of storytelling in Silver Simons’ work, Singer, songwriter Peter Himmelman will lead a workshop, using songwriting to explore vulnerability and show you how to unleash instinctive creativity.

Please RSVP by emailing rsvp@shulamitgallery.com.

 

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Shulamit Gallery
March 19 through May 23, 2013

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 21, 2013 | 6-9:00 PM

A R T I S T S:  Doni Silver Simons | Pouya Afshar

Shulamit Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by regional artist Doni Silver Simons and new media work in our Project Space by Iranian artist Pouya Afshar. Both examine our core understanding of the human experience through the investigation of the passage of time. Silver Simons and Afshar unite in exploring the narrative traditions of folklore in Western and Eastern cultures. They delve into the metaphor of the artist cloistered in the studio — the familiar trope of the solitary figure, offering the viewer a unique window into the artist’s subconscious. Climactically, each comments on the moment of inspiration.

Leaving the Land of Roses

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CHEH KHABAR // WHAT’S NEW? // MA CHADASH?
A curated evening of conversations and presentations by gallery artists and guest speakers

Tuesday, February 26, 2012
Shulamit Gallery, 7-9 PM

Farsi for What’s new? This is an evening inspired by Pecha Kucha Nights and Ted Talks. Borrowing concepts from both models, this curated evening includes a series of brief presentations, video work and performance by contemporary Iranian artists. Each artist’s presentation must answer the question: What’s new?

Featured Artists: David Abir, Krista Nassi, Marjan Vayghan and others

Leaving the Land of Roses

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January 19 – March 9, 2013

Shulamit Gallery
January 19 through March 9, 2013

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 19, 2013 | 6-9:00 PM

A R T I S T S:  David Abir | Krista Nassi | Tal Shochat | Marjan Vayghan

Leaving the Land of Roses is the second of two inaugural exhibitions at Shulamit Gallery, which explore the contemporary Iranian Jewish story. Both exhibitions are held in collaboration with the Fowler Museum at UCLA, whose exhibit entitled Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews is now being shown. The Fowler’s readapted exhibition, first organized by Beit Hatfutsot in Tel Aviv, Israel, will focus specifically on LA’s Iranian community.

Iranian Art Re-imagined

Krista Nassi: The Birth 3, 2004

The Jewish Federation Bell Family Gallery
6505 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Details forthcoming

Works presented by contemporary artists Jessica Shokrian, Mitra Forouzan, David Abir, Shahram Farshadfar, Krista Nassi, Tal Shochat and architect, Yassi Gabbay

Iranian Art Re-imagined, organized by the Jewish Federation, is an official satellite exhibition of the Fowler Museum’s Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews, featuring work by Shulamit Gallery artists Jessica Shokrian, David Abir, Krista Nassi and Tal Shochat.

 

My Heart Is in the East, and I Am at the Ends of the West

Shulamit Gallery
October 16, 2012 through January 5, 2013

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 3, 2012 | 6-9:00 PM

A R T I S T S:  Farid Kia | Ben Mayeri | Laura Merage | Soraya Sarah Nazarian | Jessica Shokrian

My Heart Is in the East, and I Am at the Ends of the West is the first of two inaugural exhibitions at Shulamit Gallery, which explore the contemporary Iranian Jewish story. Both exhibitions are held in collaboration with the Fowler Museum at UCLA, whose exhibit entitled Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews is now being shown. The Fowler’s readapted exhibition, first organized by Beit Hatfutsot in Tel Aviv, Israel, will focus specifically on LA’s Iranian community.

What Remains: The Iranian Jewish Experience

Soraya Sarah Nazarian: The Beginning, 2010

Hillel at UCLA
October 25 – December 14, 2012

Opening: Thursday, October 25, 2012 | 7-9:00 PM
574 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, 90024

Admission is free and open to the public: Event Registration

Parking is available for $11 at the UCLA parking lot #2 on the corner of Westholme and Hilgard. No parking on Strathmore Drive or 600 block of Westholme. More information

Photographs on display of the Iranian Jewish experience in Los Angeles by gallery artist Jessica Shokrian, Shelley Gazin, Soraya Sarah Nazarian and Krista Nassi.

What Remains: The Iranian Jewish Experience, organized by UCLA Hillel, is an official satellite exhibition of the Fowler Museum’s Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews, featuring work by Shulamit Gallery artists Jessica Shokrian, Soraya Sarah Nazarian and Krista Nassi.

 

My Heart Is in the East, and I Am at the Ends of the West

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CHEH KHABAR // WHAT’S NEW?
December 13, 2012
Shulamit Gallery, 7-9 PM

Farsi for What’s new? This is an evening inspired by Pecha Kucha Nights and Ted Talks. Borrowing concepts from both models, this curated evening includes a series of brief presentations, video work and performance by contemporary Iranian artists. Each artist’s presentation must answer the question: What’s new?

Featured Artists: David Abir, Farid Kia, Laura Merage, Krista Nassi, Jessica Shokrian, Soraya Sarah Nazarian, Tal Shochat, Marjan Vayghan and others.

 

My Heart Is in the East, and I Am at the Ends of the West

Jewish Women’s Theatre presents “Saffron and Rosewater”
Thursday, November 29, 2012, 7:30 PM
Fowler Museum at UCLA

308 Charles E. Young Drive North, Los Angeles, CA 90095

The Fowler Museum is located in the heart of UCLA’s North campus.

“Saffron and Rosewater” is directed by Eve Brandstein; produced and adapted by Ronda Spinak; co-produced by Jessica Youseffi and presented in collaboration with The Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts at UCLA Hillel, as well as, the Shulamit Gallery.

Enjoy an evening of stories, song, transporting you to Iran and back to America, in an attempt to illuminate the struggles of Persian Jewish women. Presented in conjunction with Light and Shadows, “Saffron and Rosewater” features dramatic readings from the beautiful writings of Gina Nahai, Angella Nazarian, Farideh Goldin, Dora Levy Mossanen and Esther Amini, many of which will be in attendance for a talkback session. Niki Black will perform classical Persian songs. The program concludes with a hosted reception.

This special presentation is free to the public, but reservations are required. Reservations do not guarantee seating; we recommend attendees arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the program. Unclaimed reservations will be released at 7:15 pm.

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Home: True Stories from LA’s Muslims and Jews
Sunday, December 2, 2012 | 7-9:00 PM

Busby’s East, 5364 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

This is a Moth-style storytelling event, featuring writers, artists and community members. The second-annual event addresses the theme of “home.” Produced by NewGround and co-sponsored by eleven organizations, including Shulamit Gallery. The evening will also feature a performance art piece by Shulamit Gallery artist Marjan Vayghan.

Tickets available online

Caesura

Doni Silver Simons, Tidal

Annenberg Community Beach House at Santa Monica Beach
415 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica, CA 90402

November 8, 2012 – February 8, 2013

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 8, 2012 | 6-8:00 PM

Caesura, curated by Maya Lujan features work by Shulamit Gallery artist Doni Silver Simons

 

 

David Abir at LA Mart

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Review: Details from Ruin to Renew
June 1 – Extended through May, 2013
Los Angeles Mart | 1933 S Broadway | Lower Level | Los Angeles, CA 90007

RUIN, produced for Art Platform, Los Angeles, in association with Cottelston Advisers, consists of TEKRAR LEVEL FOUR, the crown of the TEKRAR monument. The sculpture, which emulates the anatomical structure of the human ear, uses sound – in the form of re-composed western and eastern classical music, lighting, and basic construction materials to create an emotional response in both external and internal space. RENEW, presented by Actual Size Gallery, furthered the concept by incorporating two sculptures, CHAMBER NO. 2 and INTERSECT NO. 1, built within a larger structure that filled the entire space.

For this exhibition, the site-specific installation was fragmented, and re-contextualized as three individual, freestanding sculptures. Placed in tandem with the existing work, the interrelation between the sonic, architectural and visual elements serves as an introduction to the project at its germinal level; portraying the sculptures as archaeological relics and implying a greater history of a monument that once stood, or has yet to be realized. Simmy Swinder curated this exhibition.

David Abir is represented by the Shulamit Gallery. To schedule a time to view REVIEW: DETAILS FROM RUIN TO RENEW, please contact our Gallery.

Opening Day Community Celebration: Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews

Sunday, October 21, 2012 | 12–5:00 PM
Fowler Museum | Free program

An afternoon of art, music, history, and culture! (12–5 PM) Galleries open. Light refreshments.

(2 p.m.)
 Fowler OutSpoken Lecture: Nahid Pirnazar on Light and Shadows: The Tapestry of Iranian Jewish Heritage: Reflections on Historical, Socio-cultural and Political Relations. In this opening day program, Nahid Pirnazar, a lecturer in Iranian Studies at UCLA, who teaches the history of Iranian Jews and Judeo-Persian literature, reflects on how Iranian Jews have influenced and been influenced by Iranian culture and identity. Additionally, Pirnazar discusses how, in more recent years, Iranian Jews have continued to balance their attachment to both their religious homeland, Israel, and their cultural homeland, Iran, while adjusting to their new environments in the United States and elsewhere.

Light and Shadows features an installation by Shulamit Gallery artist Jessica Shokrian.

My Heart Is in the East, and I am at the Ends of the West, organized by Shulamit Gallery, is an official satellite exhibition of the Fowler Museum’s Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews.

Tal Shochat at LA Art Platform

September 28th – September 30th, 2012
Opening Preview | Thursday, September 27th
The Barker Hangar | 3021 Airport Avenue | Santa Monica, CA 90405

Art Platform – Los Angeles art fair demonstrates the rich and diverse cultural landscape of Southern California and underscores Los Angeles’ influential position within the contemporary art world.

Tal Shochat’s artwork will be on display at the Andrea Meislin Gallery booth at Art Platform, Los Angeles.

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Tal Shochat will be creating new works for the Shulamit Gallery for Leaving the Land of Roses, opening January 2013. This exhibition is an official satellite exhibition of the Fowler Museum’s Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews. We are delighted to be partnering with Andrea Meislin Gallery to support exhibition of Tal’s work in the US.