A few weeks ago Eighth Veil held a delirious party to celebrate their new gallery in the heart of Hollywood. Next door to the notoriously dry Seventh Veil, Eighth Veil is bringing high art back to seedy Sunset Boulevard from the outskirts of Chinatown and Culver City. The inaugural show is Daniel Newman's Charlie Foxtrot, a fascinating series of layered photographs, montages, and drawings that make up Newman's first exhibition in Los Angeles. Housed in a building that was originally home for a lithography press, Eighth Veil promises to add new dimension to L.A.'s art scene by not only hosting exhibits and events but also publishing fine books. And I love the animation on their webpage.
10 April 2009 - 12 May 2009
Opening reception on 10 April from 6-9pm.
7174 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90046