(LOS ANGELES, CA) - Open Mind Art Space is pleased to present its 2nd Annual Anniversary Exhibition, featuring popular and new works by artists that have exhibited their work at the gallery since its grand opening two years ago. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, March 17th from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM. There will be a live DJ, photo booth, and free valet parking. The exhibition will be on view for a duration of three weeks from Saturday, March 17th through Friday, April 6th, 2018.
Open Mind Art Space’s 2nd Annual Anniversary Exhibition honors all the artists who contributed to the gallery’s programming from 2016 to present. The exhibition will feature works by the following participating artists: Ashley Mistriel, Theresa Knopf, Brandon Stanciell, Laura Pierson, Olivia D’Orazi, Vanesa Gingold, Benjamin Lowder, Matt Allison, Matthew Usinowicz, Ed Freeman, Faria Raji, and Thomas Müller.
Olivia D’Orazi will bring back her psychedelic floral prints and Brian Mallman will return with his abstract wood panel drawings. Abstract sculptures by Matthew Usinowicz and Thomas Müller will also be among the art from past shows returning to Open Mind for this exhibition. Also featured will be all-new works by photographers Brandon Stanciell, Ed Freeman, and Laura Pierson, as well as new mixed media pieces by Ashley Mistriel, Theresa Knopf, Vanesa Gingold, Matt Allison and Faria Raji. Benjamin Lowder’s latest reclaimed wood and metal assemblages will also be on display. This year, a new section will be added to the exhibition which will feature affordable art prints, objects and books, all priced at $100 and under.
Each year, Open Mind Art Space maintains a tradition of curating an Annual Anniversary Exhibition to celebrate its anniversary and provide an opportunity for its artists to bring back viewer favorites or exhibit their newest creations. Open Mind Art Space looks forward to continuing to showcase contemporary art from a diverse blend of talented emerging artists, and facilitating a curatorial process that allows its artists to create impactful work, while furthering its mission to inspire and challenge the local Los Angeles community by providing a comfortable, engaging space for reflection and dialogue. http://www.openmindartspace.com/