Martin O’Brien and Sheree Rose “Dust to Dust” | 7th February | LA

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The multidisciplinary performance practice of London-based artist Martin O’Brien uses physical endurance, pain, disgust, and sexuality to challenge common representations of illness. Inspired by an unrealized concept of poet and performance artist Bob Flanagan, Dust to Dust is an intergenerational collaborative performance between O’Brien and Flanagan’s partner and performance artist Sheree Rose.

This performance will be followed by a conversation between O’Brien, Rose, and Amelia Jones, Robert A. Day Professor of Art and Design and Vice Dean of Critical Studies at the USC Roski School of Art and Design.

Saturday, 7p

 

 

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“Broken Heart” | 14th February | LA

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Annual Valentine’s Day Show

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We’ve all had our hearts broken. Who hasn’t felt heartache and loss of the love of our lives? This is a universal experience forgotten about on the most romantic day of the year. This year antebellum will celebrate the heart that was broken.

ARTISTS: NIK O NIK, DRAKE LABRY, GIO BLACK PETER, BARRY MORSE, RENFIELD, JAY MOYES, JOHN HALE, TOM MILLER, PJ SUPERIOR, RUBBER  LEGZ, HECTOR DE, GREGORIO, DIEGO GOMEZ, CHRISTOPHER LISSNER, JEFFREY HUTCHINSON, RAYMOND SANDOVAL, MOUNTAIN BROADY AND MORE

Saturday, 7-9p
Through 4th March
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Life Drawing Workshop | 15th February | LA

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Model: Harry (implied nudity) | Second model – complete nudity

Sunday, 1-4pm

Refreshments.

$25 suggested donation at the door.
Scholarship funds available.

Coordinator: Miguel Angel Reyes
Reservations Required

Miguel’s art has been exhibited throughout the U.S including – Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Alaska. Miguel has created murals for the Los Angeles MTA, and bus ad campaign for LA County Office of AIDS – AIDS/Living Responsibly campaign. His work is in the collections of LACMA print collections, Laguna Art Museum, Watts Towers Arts Center, University of Austin, TX, and Fine Arts gallery Museum, Chicago.

TOM House
Echo Park

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