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ArtWalk on the Wild Side

"Terminal Bar," photocollage by Stephen Seemayer and Pamela Wilson, 2013

“Terminal Bar,” photocollage by Stephen Seemayer and Pamela Wilson, 2013

Come to the east side of downtown for ArtWalk tonight (Thursday, May 9, 2013) and see two (count ’em 2!) shows featuring work by “Young Turks” filmmakers Stephen Seemayer and Pamela Wilson.

"Transient L.A.," limited edition softcover book by Pamela Wilson and Stephen Seemayer

“Transient L.A.,” limited edition softcover book by Pamela Wilson and Stephen Seemayer

At Angel City Brewery, the “In Your Face: How Artists Transformed L.A.’s Urban Landscape” exhibit includes photocollages by Wilson and Seemayer made from images of long lost haunts once frequented by the Turks. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind, framed and signed print featuring images of such lamented landmarks as the Atomic Café, Al’s Bar, Yee Mee Loo, Craby Joe’s and Torchy’s. There is also a limited edition softcover book of the whole collection which will be on sale tonight for $20.

November 27, 2011 "Please don't beat me," collage by Stephen Seemayer

November 27, 2011
“Please don’t beat me,” collage by Stephen Seemayer

At the nearby District Gallery, Seemayer’s latest is on display in a solo exhibit, “Signs of the Times.” The show includes 63 new artworks inspired by Occupy L.A. and a short new movie by Seemayer and Wilson of photos and video they took during the two-month protest on the lawn of City Hall.

In Your Face continues through June 9.
IN YOUR FACE: HOW ARTISTS TRANSFORMED L.A.’S URBAN LANDSCAPE
April 11-June 9, 2013
Angel City Brewery
216 S. Alameda Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Signs of the Times continues through May 26.

STEPHEN SEEMAYER
SIGNS OF THE TIMES
April 25 – May 26
District Gallery 740 E. 3rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213)814-7164
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