Scott Michael Ackerman’s art card series set the tone for the opening night of the CARTWHEEL’s Mini Art Fair Street & Outsider Art Pop Up Show:
so we did–and so did our friends! And we’ll have more coming from the rest of the weekend, including Kashmere live at PROJECT Gallery, Saturday yoga, and Sunday’s family fun day with more live music and art projects for kids and parents!
Our mini art fair-style show, curated by CARTWHEEL and produced collaboratively with PROJECT Gallery and Art Duet, opened Thursday, March 21, with a VIP preview on the 20th. In attendance both nights were featured artists Lydia Emily, Scott Michael Ackerman, Lyle Carbajal, Evo Love, Roy Gonzalez and Corey Hagberg, all of whom who will be at the gallery through the Mini Art Pop Up weekend. Expect to see more of these featured artists, plus Greg Haberny and RADICAL!, on CARTWHEEL in coming months. Check out the photos here–and on our Facebook page!
CARTWHEEL Spring Pop-Up Show
March 21-24, 2013
1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Scott Michael Ackerman helped with installation (photo: Lisa Derrick)
Cindy and Ackerman discuss placement of Ackerman’s art cards before the preview starts. (photo: Lisa Derrick)
Cindy sets the mood in front of Evo Love’s installation before the doors open (photo: Lisa Derrick)
Artwork by Lyle Carbajal (photo: Lee Joseph)
Lyle Carbajal (photo: Lee Joseph)
Hand-colored prints by Corey Hagberg (photo: Dana Nichols)
Corey Hagberg painted a wall at PROJECT Gallery, as well as one at Sunset Junction on Sanborn and Sunset.
Evo Love’s take on botanica supplies
Evo Love’s installation. (photo: Lisa Derrick)
Detail of Evo Love’s installation. (photo: Lee Joseph)
Evo Love makes intricate art chairs. (photo: Lee Joseph)
Evo Love in her interactive piece (photo: Lee Joseph)
Greg Haberny (photo: Lee Joseph)
RADICAL! (photo: Lee Joseph)
Lydia Emily (photo: Lee Joseph)
Scott Michael Ackerman. (photo: Lee Joseph).
Roy Gonzalez. Though his work is known in the surf and skate world, this is the first time these originals have all been on display.
Roy Gonzalez and his kustom surf board
(photo: Lee Joseph)
The artists met and mingled with guests.
Artists Roy Gonzalez and Lydia Emily (photo: Lee Joseph)
Evo Love’s altar: The medium is the message. (photo: Lee Joseph)
(photo: Lisa Derrick)
CIndy Schwarzstein snaps Coagula’s Mat Gleason and photog Eric Minh Swenson.
Eric Minh Swenson ready to swing into action. (photo: Lisa Derrick)
EMS shooting Lydia Emily. (photo: Lisa Derrick)
(photo: Lisa Derrick)
Artist Guerin Swing checked out the RADICAL! wall (photo: Lee Joseph)
Guerin Swing and Corey Hagberg chat in front Roy Gonzalez’s art. (photo: Lee Joseph)
Curator Hoojung Lee and collector Francisco George in front of Evo Love’s work (photo: Lee Joseph)
Art Duet’s Jen DiSisto and PROJECT Gallery’s Sarah Gough (photo: Lee Joseph)
Andrew Janson, PROJECT Gallery’s Sarah Gough
Scott Michael Ackerman with David Eubanks, new owner of the painting above and center (photo: Lisa Derrick)
Jen DiSisto of Art Duet, artist Scott Michael Ackerman, writer Danielle Burton and artist Roy Gonzalez (photo: Lee Joseph)
Jimmy Yun, publisher of Blue Canvas. (photo: CIndy Schwarstein
Nina Bhadreshwar, CLASH Magazine (photo: Lee Joseph)
Artist J Michael Walker taking in Lyle Carbajal.
Wendy “Art Slave” Sherman, Van Arno, Lee Joseph, Samantha Brennan
L-R, Sam Brennan, Lee Joseph, La Luz de Jesus’ Billy Shire, Shirley Perl, Cindy Schwarstein.
La Luz de Jesus’ Billy Shire and Shirley Perl
Coagula’s Mat Gleason, CIndy Schwarzstein, Roy Gonzalez
Warren Brand of Branded Arts and Birdman camera confab
Board members of The Karma Underground (TKU)
Andrew Hosner and Shawn Vezinaw of Thinkspace Gallery
Eddie Donaldson from Ethos Gallery
Jennifer Laferty, Lydia Emily and Daniel Lahoda (LA Freewalls and LALA Gallery). All three are on the board of directors for TKU
CARTWHEEL artists Scott Michael Ackerman and Lydia Emily with fellow artists, Margaret Leahy and Max Neutra.
Sarah Gough, Jen DiSeo, Cindy Schwarzstein
L to R: Scott Michael Ackerman, Corey Hagberg, Romain Gateau, Evo Love and Roy Gonzalez (photo: Marlene Picard)
PROJECT Gallery serves up an Irish cortado: Jameson’s whiskey in a short cappuccino. Espresso is available during regular gallery hours, whiskey only at openings, for those 21 and over.