Daily Programming
THURSDAY, JANUARY 11TH
SHOW DAY ONE
Director’s Chair with Matthew Modine: Lecture and Q&A

Presented by: Axiom Contemporary Gallery.

Location: Axiom Contemporary Gallery, Booth 719

On the 30th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket, Matthew Modine’s “Full Metal Diary” offers an incredibly rare and vibrant portrait of one of cinema’s most iconic war films – by one of the industry’s most enigmatic directors.

12 NOON
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Pandemonia “Flash Bulb” Performance

Location: Booth 5029

Created by an anonymous London artist, Pandemonia is a multi-media conceptual art project centered around a female character constructed from symbols and archetypes. Her plastic exterior takes the form of a three-dimensional drawing halfway between the real and the imagined. In her special performance, Pandemonia will pose and perform with various objects from her perfectly ideal, surreal world.

1:00 – 2:00PM
3:00 – 4:00PM
5:00 – 6:00PM
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Collectors in Conversation

Speakers: Don & Mera Rubell, Founders of Rubell Family Collection, Miami;

Blake Byrne, Founder of Skylark Foundation

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

Influential Collectors Don & Mera Rubell (Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami) and Blake Byrne (Skylark Foundation) share their passion for collecting and their insight on how they developed their extensive collections

2:00PM
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Jung-Gi KIm’s Drawing World

Presented by: Korean Manhwa Contents Agency

Location: Booth 6048

Jung-Gi Kim is a Korean drawing artist as well as comic book artist. There is nothing in the world he cannot draw. Everything he has experienced or never experienced can be depicted by him perfectly. His teacher is nature itself. His work can be explained only by the laws of nature. The subjects of his drawing are as infinite as the universe that resulted from the big bang.

2:00 – 5:00PM
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Modern Art Blitz Podcast

Location: VIP Lounge, Booth 5003

2:00 – 3:00PM
4:00 – 5:00PM
6:00 – 7:00PM
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Littletopia/LA Art Show Presentation – Lifetime Achievement Award to Margaret Keane

Location: Littletopia Arch

With Margaret Keane, it’s all about the EYES, and the world has come to love her beautiful creations. We are proud to announce that Margaret Keane will be the recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and excited that she will attend the ceremony to personally accept the award.

5:30PM
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12TH
SHOW DAY TWO
Arno Elias: Lecture + Q&A

Presented by: Denis Bloch Fine Art. Speaker: Arno Elias

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

Founded by Artist and Photographer Arno Elias, “I’m Not a Trophy” is an organization that is dedicated to creating greater awareness for the rapid extinction of endangered species around the world. Brand Ambassador, super model and actress Cara Delevinge, is featured in his stunning work.

12 NOON
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Preserving Virtuality in Continuity | From New Media to the Posthuman in Art:
Lee Nam Lee & KyungHwa Lee


Location: Dialogs Booth 110

In this talk, Lee Nam Lee (heralded by some as “the Post-Nam June Paik”) and KyungHwa Lee (artist and Director of International Affairs at the Society of Korean Art Theory) will discuss the ideological and practical implications of technology in contemporary art, both in dialogue with the historical tradition of art and the future of virtuality.

1:00PM
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Pandemonia “Flash Bulb” Performance

Location: Booth 5029

Created by an anonymous London artist, Pandemonia is a multi-media conceptual art project centered around a female character constructed from symbols and archetypes. Her plastic exterior takes the form of a three-dimensional drawing halfway between the real and the imagined. In her special performance, Pandemonia will pose and perform with various objects from her perfectly ideal, surreal world.

1:00 – 2:00PM
3:00 – 4:00PM
5:00 – 6:00PM
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Modern Art Blitz Podcast

Location: VIP Lounge, Booth 5003

2:00 – 3:00PM
4:00 – 5:00PM
6:00 – 7:00PM
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Jung-Gi KIm’s Drawing World

Presented by: Korean Manhwa Contents Agency

Location: Booth 6048

Jung-Gi Kim is a Korean drawing artist as well as comic book artist. There is nothing in the world he cannot draw. Everything he has experienced or never experienced can be depicted by him perfectly. His teacher is nature itself. His work can be explained only by the laws of nature. The subjects of his drawing are as infinite as the universe that resulted from the big bang.

2:00 – 5:00PM
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Art & Science Collaborations: Being in Between

Speakers: Victoria Vesna, Director, UCLA Art I Sci Center; David Familian, Artistic Director for the Beall Center for Art + Technology. Moderated by Marisa Caichiolo.

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

The dialog will be centered on how to facilitate and promote research and programs that demonstrate the potential of media arts and science collaborations. The Art | Sci Center focuses on collaborative projects that address social, ethical and environmental issues related to scientific innovations. Art I Sci is part of a world-wide network of artists and scientists who are interested in philosophical dialogue as well as working together on artistic or applied projects.

3:00PM
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13TH
SHOW DAY THREE
Healing Meditation “Left or Right”

Location: Booth 112

11:30AM
Director’s Chair with Matthew Modine: Lecture and Q&A

Presented by: Axiom Contemporary Gallery.

Location: Axiom Contemporary Gallery, Booth 719

On the 30th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket, Matthew Modine’s “Full Metal Diary” offers an incredibly rare and vibrant portrait of one of cinema’s most iconic war films – by one of the industry’s most enigmatic directors.

12 NOON
3:00PM
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Metaphysical Orozco

Speakers: Maribel Arteaga, Director MUSA Museum of the Arts; Laura Ayala, Curator. Moderated by Marisa Caichiolo

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

Dialog: The conversation will focus on the history of the most important works: murals painted by José Clemente Orozco between 1935 and 1937 and the political and social environment around Guadalajara, Mexico at that time. This artist’s impressive mastery reminds us of the possibility of contributing in a personal and collective transformation through art, science, technology, education and compassion. Orozco evoked science, technical skills, art and free will as the means by which the difficulties of that period could change.

1:00PM
Pandemonia “Flash Bulb” Performance

Location: Booth 5029

Created by an anonymous London artist, Pandemonia is a multi-media conceptual art project centered around a female character constructed from symbols and archetypes. Her plastic exterior takes the form of a three-dimensional drawing halfway between the real and the imagined. In her special performance, Pandemonia will pose and perform with various objects from her perfectly ideal, surreal world.

1:00 – 2:00PM
3:00 – 4:00PM
5:00 – 6:00PM
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Jung-Gi KIm’s Drawing World

Presented by: Korean Manhwa Contents Agency

Location: Booth 6048

Jung-Gi Kim is a Korean drawing artist as well as comic book artist. There is nothing in the world he cannot draw. Everything he has experienced or never experienced can be depicted by him perfectly. His teacher is nature itself. His work can be explained only by the laws of nature. The subjects of his drawing are as infinite as the universe that resulted from the big bang.

2:00 – 5:00PM
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Modern Art Blitz Podcast

Location: VIP Lounge, Booth 5003

2:00 – 3:00PM
4:00 – 5:00PM
6:00 – 7:00PM
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1-on-1 with Mark Brickey of Adventures in Design

Presented by: Crewest Studio.

Speaker: Mark Brickey, host of the popular daily podcast for creatives, Adventures in Design

Special guest: Alex Pardee

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

The Art Life is hard. And, during this session, Mark Brickey discusses the struggle as only he can with his surprise guest artist. No hype. No bluff. No BS. Mark asks the tough questions about life as a working artist — the good, the bad and the ugly. Honest. Smart. Funny. Don’t miss this unvarnished conversation about the art world with contemporary culture’s best straight shooter Mark Brickey.

2:30PM
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Of Ruins and Remnants with artist Leyla Cárdenas and curator Chon Noriega

Presented by: LACMA and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

Starting with the train station as both symbol and infrastructure, artist Leyla Cardenas and curator Chon Noriega will discuss the modern city as landscape, war zone, archaeological site, and threshold to a past that never ended and a future that never arrives.

4:00PM



Through The Looking Glass with artists Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge

Presented by: Simard Bilodeau Contemporary.

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

In the spirit of a social experiment, painter Harmonia Rosales and artist/actor Aldis Hodge created two large-scale paintings: Adeelah and Baingana, the two first of a series that presents a societal experience about the notion of introspective cultural perception.

5:00PM
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An Intimate Conversation – I’m Not A Trophy with Arno Elias

Presented by: Denis Bloch Fine Art

Speaker: Arno Elias

Location: Denis Bloch Fine Art Booth 901

Dialog: Founded by Artist and Photographer Arno Elias, “I’m Not a Trophy” is an organization that is dedicated to creating greater awareness for the rapid extinction of endangered species around the world. Brand Ambassador, super model and actress Cara Delevinge, is featured in his stunning work.

5:00PM
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 14TH
SHOW DAY FOUR
Connect the Dots: Logan Maxwell Hagege

Curated by: Beau Alexander

Presented by: Maxwell Alexander Gallery

Location: Booth 843

Contemporary American Artist, Logan Maxwell Hagege, in collaboration with Maxwell Alexander Gallery, is proud to present Connect the Dots. An installation that brings us back to our childhood and turns us all into artists. Each attendee will have five minutes to connect the dots and reveal an original work of art. Connect the Dots with us and take home a free piece of art with the modern vision of Hagege’s Western landscapes.

12:00 – 2:00PM
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A Conversation with Artists Harmonia Rosales and Aldis Hodge, Through The Looking Glass

Location: Booth 525

1:00PM
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Curatorial Practices: Round Table

Speakers: Gabriela Urtiaga, Head Curatorial Dep. CCK, Buenas Aires, Argentina; Julia Honer, Head Curatorial Dep. KAI 10, Dusseldorf, Germany, & Shana Nys Dambrot, Art Critic

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

The round table will focus on the research and exhibition of contemporary art, as well as broader concepts of curating such as performance art programming, and other hybrid modes of arts’ curating.

1:00PM
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Pandemonia “Flash Bulb” Performance

Location: Booth 5029

Created by an anonymous London artist, Pandemonia is a multi-media conceptual art project centered around a female character constructed from symbols and archetypes. Her plastic exterior takes the form of a three-dimensional drawing halfway between the real and the imagined. In her special performance, Pandemonia will pose and perform with various objects from her perfectly ideal, surreal world.

1:00 – 2:00PM
3:00 – 4:00PM
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Healing Meditation “Left or Right”

Location: Booth 112

2:00PM
Cheech In Conversation

Presented by: Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art

Speakers: Cheech Marin; Kulapat Yantrasast

Location: Dialogs Booth 110

Join Cheech Marin in conversation with architect Kulapat Yantrasast to discuss “all things Cheech” – past, present, and future. Best known as one half of the hilariously irreverent, satirical, counter-culture, no-holds-barred duo Cheech and Chong, Cheech is recognized today as a preeminent Chicano art advocate for his renowned art collection and support of artists through museum exhibitions and publications.

3:00PM
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