Hey, Los Angeles! MOBILE P1XELS opens tonight!
Here’s the press release:
P1xels.com announces MOBILE P1XELS, a large format show of iphonic art at the prestigious Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts in Los Angeles. Opening Thursday, April 12, 2012 and running through May 5. It’s ArtWalk night and if you’ve never been to the LA ArtWalk, it is crazy! LACDA gets a HUGE turnout. The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 5 pm, as well.
MOBILE P1XELS, a collection of recent works of the pioneering iphonic artists from P1xels—The Fine Art of the iPhone (http://p1xels.com) and from Pixels—The Art of the iPhone is opening at the Los Angeles Center For Digital Art at 102 West 5th Street in the heart of the Los Angeles downtown gallery district on Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m., and running through May 5.
MOBILE P1XELS is the first large format show of iPhonic art with all images printed in large format archival prints of 30″x38″ image area on 36″x44″ sheets for dramatic impact. From the beginning, Pixels—The Art of the iPhone has been at the forefront of bringing the new medium of iphonic art out of the digital realm onto walls in homes, galleries, museums around the world.
To see the images selected for the exhibition, you can go to the P1XELS website.
It’s ArtWalk night and if you’ve never been to the LA ArtWalk, it is crazy! LACDA gets a HUGE turnout. The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, noon to 5 pm, as well.