21 Jan
Alive and well at the Carmichael Gallery

Tonight: Opening night at the Carmichael Gallery, 7-10p,  featuring a solo exhibition of new work from artist Aakash Nihalani. Titled On & Off (Often On), Nihalani brings his sense of geometry and impeccable ability to lay down bright colored tape on the floors and walls of the Carmichael Gallery. Also included in the installation are new sculpted works featuring objects crafted from plastic and metal. Definitely worth a peep. The show will remain up until February 18th, 2010.

The Carmichael Gallery is located at: 1257 N. LaBrea Ave, West Hollywood 90038.

In addition, tonight: The Carmichael Gallery will feature a solo exhibition by street artist Mark Jenkins titled Meaning is Overrated featuring new works and his self described “absurdist encompassing evolution”.

Two Solo exhibits in the same space? Makes perfect sense when you visit the Carmichael Gallery and see how the Gallery is somewhat divided in two. The Carmichael Gallery plays host to some of the more relevant – promising (and established) Street and Post Modern artists. Certainly a gallery with evolved tones and willing to roll the dice. Get out and see for yourself. After Februrary, the Carmichael Gallery will be moving to Culver City.

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