Three Artists Interpret Los Angeles

The Los Angeles art scene is so vibrant that to get noticed artists often have to promote their own work. That’s exactly what Vivian Shih did when she reached out to inform Curating LA about The Land Around Us, a self-curated group show that features her work alongside that of Bijou Karman and Juliette Toma.

As Shih explained in an email, their show is about “diverse lifestyles; mundane and strange. Bubblegum pink on tan skin. Passing faces hidden away in individual neighborhoods. The Land Around Us is a love letter to our home, Los Angeles.”

Meet the artists and enjoy their work at the opening reception this weekend. Or make a point of visiting the gallery before the show closes in April. Details follow. 

Juliette by Bijou Karman

Juliette by Bijou Karman

 

Cacti-Land Traffic Jam by Vivian Shih

Cacti-Land Traffic Jam by Vivian Shih

 

Barbershop by Juliette Toma

Barbershop by Juliette Toma

 

DETAILS

When: March 18 – April 23, 2017. Opening reception on Saturday, March 18th from 7-10pm.

Where: Co-LAb Gallery in Highland Park, located at 5319 York Blvd. Los Angeles.

The Land Around Us poster

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