WALLS – A Quest for Immersive Space @ Produce Haus

Let us know if you would like to have your name added to the VIP list: For Shana Nys Dambrot and Peter Frank‘s epic conversation on Thursday, April 27 at 5:45pm – Open through July 31st 2017   

Photo of my work by: CoreySeithBurns Title “Fabric on 100 year old wall,” beautiful. Show is april 27th from 7-10 @producehaus all are welcome @marjanvayghan

The Private Media/VIP opening/preview is from: 4-7PM

A conversation with Shana Nys Dambrot and Peter Frank at 5:45PM

Public opening, no RSVP required: 7-10PM

Grand Opening: WALLS – A Quest for Immersive Space
Thursday, April 27 at 4 PM – 10 PM

@ Produce Haus
1318 E. 7th Street, Los Angeles, California 90021

Presenting the Group Exhibition
“WALLS – A quest for immersive space”

1318 E. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90021
Organic light bites + drinks


Rouzanna Berberian
Gary Brewer
Corey Burns
Clayton Campbell
Yvette Gellis
Kaloust Guedel
Andy Moses
Gary Paller
Marjan K. Vayghan
Zadik Zadikian

“These works cannot be entered; they do not modify the interior architecture of the space. But they determine interventions into the space that are at once self-contained and responsive to the particularities of the environment…The artists treat the wall as a site not for composing a mural, but for composing an expanded physical and aesthetic experience. The space is raw; the outside light and atmosphere penetrate it;
but the work maintains its self-possession precisely by responding to the vagaries of space, light, and material.”
– Peter Frank, 2017

Produce Haus – the new name of the Zadik Zadikian Project Studio – is perched on the second floor of an historic building inside the massive 7th Street Produce Market in downtown Los Angeles. The building was constructed in 1918 – the same year that Warner Bros. Studios, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Otis College of Art and Design got started. A century later, Zadik Zadikian envisioned transforming the space into a vortex for creative collaboration. With large windows lining its 60-foot long east and west walls, the atmospheric expanse distills the light-filled openness and vastness that Zadikian feels are the essence of Los Angeles as a place. As artists intervene with large scale and monumental works throughout the architectural context of the building’s interior, the ever-changing environment itself becomes the work of art.
Free Admission

with lots of love, light and gratitude,