Join StandardVision for a night of curated art programming from 8-11 PM, Wednesday, March 28 on the four-story-high #SVLA1 screen on the Marriott Courtyard L.A. Live in Downtown Los Angeles.
StandardVision will be hosting a free reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres on the patio of the Yard House across the street from the screen.
Ephemeral FLUX: A program of film, photography, and art exploring themes of both physical and temporal movements through space.
Wednesday March 28 | 8pm-11 PM | RSVP HERE
Yard House (across from the Courtyard Marriott)
Minimalistic movement meets complex patterns in an intricate dance of repetition and variation. The colorfully garbed dancers inhabit the austere desert landscape with impressive athleticism and attack.
On view 3/26 – 5/16
SV SHOWCASE: Three Dance Films Curated by Los Angeles Dance Film Festival
On view Thurs – Sun, 9pm-12pm | 3/8- 5/6
To mark the current exhibition at Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris, Icons Of Modern Art: The Shchukin Collection, Chicago-born dancer Lil Buck takes London-based director Andrew Margetson on a light-footed tour through the halls of the Frank Gehry-designed building.
Filmed in the abandoned town of Bombay Beach by the Salton Sea, FAM breathes life into a place, long dead, that holds a forgotten history. Exploring the concept of “making something out of nothing”, FAM celebrates a community’s ability to adapt and move on, to forgive but never forget, to remember always the past even as an ever-changing future arrives anew.
FAM is a collaboration between filmmaker Nathan Kim and Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, featuring choreography and movement direction by LACDC artistic director Genevieve Carson.
Seasoned by Blake Horn, Alex Jenkins, and Audrey Rachelle (AnA Collaborations)
A journey told through intimate moments. As one woman navigates a vulnerable heart within shifting relationships and landscapes, she is reminded of the history she carries with her as she connects to others, breaks apart, and tries again.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Preston Gannaway
Pulitzer Prize-winning documentary photographer and artist Preston Gannaway shares photographs from her series, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, about the changing character of a seaside neighborhood along the Chesapeake Bay.
On view 3/12 – 4/1
Interstitial animations provided by Venice-based fine art studio, WRAPPED.