Daily Programming
2019
Daily Programming

DESIGNER THURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH
SHOW DAY ONE
12 NOON Homage To Nature – Cha, Yun Sook Performance
Presented by: Art Gangnam Gallery & Company
Curated by: Hoojung Lee
Location: Booth BB32

Cha, Yun Sook creates her artworks as a way of paying homage to Nature. Acutely aware of our civilization’s disregard for Nature, Cha expresses her gratitude to Nature through the mark making process of ink on Hanji paper and textile.
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PERFORMANCE TIME, WHEN INSPIRED You Should Wear Your Revolution –
Sarah Trouche Performance

Curated by: Marisa Caichiolo
Location: Booth EE7

Sarah Trouche is a French visual artist who uses performance, photography, video and sculpture in her practice. She uses her body as a social and political tool.
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12:30PM Sunnylands: America’s Midcentury Masterpiece
Presented by: Hayden & Fandetta Books
Speaker: Janice Lyle
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Janice Lyle, will explore the history of the property, its changes over time, and the current practices used to preserve the fragile fabrics, interior furnishings, art collection, and the cultural landscape.
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2:00PM Houses Of The Stars/Hollywood Modern
Presented by: Hayden & Fandetta Books
Speaker: Michael Stern
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Hollywood’s homes of the stars have long held the attention and curiosity of the public. Michael Stern takes us inside to see where the stars of today live and those of yesteryear once lived.
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3:30PM Inspiration at the Intersection of Fine Art and Interior Design
Presented by: Source Art
Panelists: Gallerist/Advisor/Collector, Timothy Yarger; Interior Designer/Design Curator, Oliver M. Furth; Multidisciplinary Artist, Azadeh Shladovsky; led by MaryLinda Moss, Art Consultant
Location: Dialogs Booth BB1
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5:30PM Littletopia Award Ceremony
Presented by: Corey Helford Gallery
Location: Littletopia Archway

We are proud to announce that Camille Rose Garcia will be the recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award while the recipients for this year’s Collector Award are Daniel Carey and Rynne Stump. There will be an award presentation ceremony to honor all recipients.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 25TH
SHOW DAY TWO
PERFORMANCE TIME You Should Wear Your Revolution –
Sarah Trouche Performance

Curated by: Marisa Caichiolo
Location: Booth EE7

Sarah Trouche is a French visual artist who uses performance, photography, video and sculpture in her practice. She uses her body as a social and political tool.
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12 NOON Immortal Beloved – Mari Kim Performance
Presented by: SM Fine Art Gallery
Curated by: Simon Kwon
Location: Booth 57

I want to extend the concept to a performance. Yayoi Kusama has been known for such performances in her earlier years and I’d like to revive one of her most known performances called ‘Performance Self-Obliteration by Dot’ in 1968.
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1:00PM Powering Provenance with Bitcoin
Speaker: Howard Sheerin, founder of ArtChain.info and BitcoinGallery.com
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

A presentation explaining why Bitcoin is a powerful Monolith and not merely a speculative bubble.
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2:00PM The Revolution of Ink
Presented by: Michael Goedhuis
Speaker: Michael Goedhuis
Location: Booth 313/412

Goedhuis will explore the revolution of Ink Painting and the importance of Chinese Ink Artists and their relevance to contemporary Chinese society.
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3:30PM Latin America, Art Circuits, The Importance of Promoting Young and Emerging Artists Presented by: AAL
Panelists: Elisa Massardo, Arte Al Limite Magazine Editor, Aisha Asconiga, Artist and Kim Martindale,
Art Collector
Moderator: Marisa Caichiolo
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

In the lecture, Arte Al Límite will talk to Aisha Ascóniga, a visual artist, and Kim Martindale about how magazines and books establish connections among art agents.
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5:00PM Art History Babes Podcast
Speakers: Corrie Hendricks, Natalie De La Torre
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Two fresh Masters drink wine and discuss all things visual culture.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 26TH
SHOW DAY THREE
12 NOON Immortal Beloved – Mari Kim Performance
Presented by: SM Fine Art Gallery
Curated by: Simon Kwon
Location: Booth 57

In her performance, Mari Kim channels Yayoi Kusama who has been known for such performances in her earlier years by reviving one of her most known performances called ‘Performance Self-Obliteration by Dot’ in 1968.
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1:00PM Virtual Art in the Real World
Presented by: LACMA
Speakers: Jorge R. Gutiérrez and Nancy Baker Cahill, Artists; Britt Salvesen and Jesse Damiani, Curators Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Britt Salvesen, Jesse Damiani, and the artists will discuss their own trajectories, from traditional media such as painting and drawing to virtual and augmented reality technologies.
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2:00PM The Revolution of Ink
Presented by: Michael Goedhuis
Speaker: Michael Goedhuis
Location: Booth 313/412

Goedhuis will explore the revolution of Ink Painting and the importance of Chinese Ink Artists and their relevance to contemporary Chinese society.
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3:00PM The Wisdom of Sumi-Ink Art and Japanese Paper
Speaker: Kei Takahashi, Kami Ya Co Ltd.
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Kei Takahashi of Kami Ya Co., Ltd. will share their gallery experience as a paper specialist with the attendees.
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3:30PM The Ubiquity of Politics in Korean Ink
Presented by: LACMA
Speaker: Virginia Moon, PhD, Assistant Curator of Korean Art
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

In this talk, Dr. Virginia Moon talks about how mixed feelings of nationalism alongside gratitude towards the outside world at the beginning of the 20th century marked forever a duality/struggle with identity and expression that pervaded Korean society and its arts, including ink works.
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5:00PM Art History Babes Podcast
Speakers: Corrie, Nat, Ginny & Jen (Corrie Hendricks, Natalie De La Torre, Virginia Van Dine
& Jennifer Gutierrez)
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

Four fresh Masters drink wine and discuss all things visual culture.
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5:00PM – 7:00PM You Should Wear Your Revolution –
Sarah Trouche Performance

Curated by: Marisa Caichiolo
Location: Booth EE7

Sarah Trouche is a French visual artist who uses performance, photography, video and sculpture in her practice. She uses her body as a social and political tool.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 27TH
SHOW DAY FOUR
12 NOON Homage To Nature – Cha, Yun Sook Performance
Presented by: Art Gangnam Gallery & Company
Curated by: Hoojung Lee
Location: Booth BB32

Cha, Yun Sook creates her artworks as a way of paying homage to Nature. Acutely aware of our civilization’s disregard for Nature, Cha expresses her gratitude to Nature through the mark making process of ink on Hanji paper and textile.
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1:00PM HAPPENINGS AND PERFORMANCES Marta Minujín’s Art
Speakers: Gabriela Urtiaga, Martin Lucas
Moderator: Marisa Caichiolo
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

From her first avant-garde pieces in the 60s to the realization of a true participative art with international projection. Analysis of the artworks exhibited in LA Art Show 2019: Rayuelarte and The Parthenon of Forbidden Books.
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2:00PM Survivor! Share Your 98 Second Story: Elizabeth Tobias Performance
Presented by: Los Angeles Art Association
Location: West Hall A Lobby

Elizabeth Tobias will amplify her fusion of social practice, performance and sound to debut Survivor! Share your 98 Second Story with this immersive project addresses the sexual assault epidemic, one of the most pervasive, yet most underreported crimes.
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3:00PM Six Gems From The Robert E. Holmes Collection<
Presented: by Marisa Caichiolo
Speaker: Robert Holmes
Location: Dialogs LA Booth BB1

The talk will feature one work each from the following artists: Bob Thompson, Elizabeth Catlett, Dan McCleary, Javier Marin, Gronk, and Matsume Kanemitsu.
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