In this episode of Art Shows a Go Go we highlight some magnificant gallery exhibitions.

This week we are focusing on the Low Desert.

What’s classy and not assy in the art world you ask?

Waaah Laaaa:

 

Melissa Morgan Fine Art

About the show:

Melissa Morgan Fine art is proud to announce an opening reception for Nellie King Solomon’s new show: Knockout. Drawing from her previous ‘Rings’ series, Nellie King Solomon has transitioned to bolder, richer, more vibrant colors with her new series of works. A sense of movement and action can be seen in these emboldened compositions.

Also featured will be a salon installation of Simon Ouwerkerk’s latest work.

The Reception will be held:
Saturday, March 19th, 2011, 5:30pm at the gallery.
73-040 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA
If you have any questions, we can be reached at:
1.760.341.1056 or info@melissamorganfineart.com
www.melissamorganfineart.com

 

 

William Miller Design and The Home Collection

About the show:

” March 18, from 6-8PM, we are hosting Fashion and Furniture, a Vintage Fashion show from the collection of Marc Joseph. If you have an interest in interior design and its connections to the world of fashion, you’ll love this show full of high-end vintage fashions from the houses of Chanel, Pucci, Galanos, and more! The event will be held in our showroom at 70020 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage, for more information call 760-770-9199. This will be a fantastic lead-in to El Paseo’s Fashion Week (one of the most fun things to attend in the desert)!” – via http://williammillerdesign.blogspot.com

 

 

cool ongoing show at

Royale Projects

 

About:

THE TOWNHOUSE of NEW YORK: new works by Alejandro Diaz

opening: Saturday March 19 2011 4pm-8pm
artist will be in attendance

“Royale Projects in Indian Wells presents THE TOWNHOUSE of NEW YORK, a series of new works by Alejandro Diaz. Inspired by his experiences at The Townhouse, a mid-town Manhattan watering-hole for the aesthete elite of a golden era, Alejandro Diaz brings his own high-art / low-art take on the glamorous, domestic interiors of this upscale crowd which de rigueur includes a nod to Donald Judd, Dubuffet, Warhol, and others. Part gallery exhibition, part townhouse, part cash-and-carry art sale, Diaz offers a swanky affair of artistic and domestic bliss and is putting you on the exclusive guest list.

Earning an International reputation for his cardboard signs – which the artist began making and selling to passers-by in a performance art piece staged in front of Tiffany’s in New York City – Diaz’ new works include a return to painting, sculpture, collage, and works in neon. Like his politically charged and wryly humorous signs, these new works are emblematic of his ongoing involvement with art as a form of entertainment, as artworld critique, and as social intervention.

In 2004 Diaz was the recipient of the prestigious Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award and in 2007 he participated in a major group exhibition at LACMA, Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement which traveled to Mexico City, Houston, and New York. In 2009 Diaz presented a solo project at the critically acclaimed Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, CT. In 2010 Diaz had his first West Coast solo exhibition at Happy Lion in Los Angeles. He has lectured on his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Drawing Center, NY and has been reviewed in publications such as the New Yorker, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, WWD, Architectural Digest (Mexico), Dwell, Flash Art, and Frieze. His work is included in the collections of the Fundacion Jumex, El Museo del Barrio and was recently added to the permanent collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This is Alejandro Diaz’ first solo exhibition at Royale Projects.”

via www.royaleprojects.com

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