P1xels announces the line-up for next week’s Mobile P1xels Exhibition in LA

If you’re in or around Los Angeles next Thursday, make plans to visit the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. P1xels – The Fine Art of the iPhone has announced the lineup for their upcoming exhibition there next week.

The show opens Thursday, April 12 at the Los Angeles Center For Digital Art and runs through Saturday, May 5. More info after the jump. >>>

Originally slated with 29 exclusive prints, Curator Knox Bronson recently announced the addition of five more slots in the show. Among the artists features are Sean Hayes (who’s also got the lead image in this week’s Faved On Flickr showcase), Maia Panos, Jose Chavarry, Dan Marcolina, Alon Goldsmith, Catherine Restivo, Roger Guetta, and many other images from some of iPhoneography’s top artists.

The list of the original 29 can be found on the P1xels website.

The Los Angeles Center For Digital Art is dedicated to the propagation of all forms of digital art, new media, digital video art, net art, digital sculpture, interactive multimedia, and the vast panorama of hybrid forms of art and technology that constitute our moment in culture. More information and a full calendar of past and current events can be found on lacda.com

Los Angeles Center For Digital Art is located in the Gallery Row area of downtown Los Angeles, 102 West Fifth Street on the Southwest corner of Main and Spring.



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  • http://maxsiphotos.tumblr.com Max Berkowitz

    Looks to be a good show.