“Simply Perfect”

“The Hollywood Roosevelt

And finally, speaking of the dream team of art, hotels and cocktails: Patrón tequila’s new Simply Perfect Art Project invited artists to create one-of-a-kind works for auction in support of local organizations, occupying vacant but well-located storefront windows. In this case, while technically not a program of the Roosevelt Hotel, Simply Perfect is happening right now in its boulevard-facing windows. The L.A. edition benefits Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825, where all the artists doing the project are members. Throughout December it hosted mixed-media painter and sculptor Shizuko Greenblatt; painter Katherine Rohrbacher; sculptural installation artist YaYa Chou; and sculptor-photographer-performance artist Marjan Vayghan, who will be present evenings through Dec. 31. 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd.”  Hotel Art in L.A.: A User’s Guide, By Shana Nys Dambrot December 29, 2011

*When: December 27, 2011- NewYears Eve 2012 ♥ Every night beginning at 7:00 p.m- Midnight

*Where: 7024 Hollywood Boulevard (between North Sycamore Avenue & North Orange Drive)

*What: Checkout these videos: http://vimeo.com/33392604 Password: tequila

*EPIC Video created by passerby: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iimx-xfWGk&feature=share

“Simply Perfect,” Residency funded by Patrón in collaboration with LA Art Association, Hollywood, CA, December 27, 2011, 7:00pm – Midnight, New Year’s Eve, 2012.

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Vol. 101 November 12, 2012 – Print the November 12, 2012 Issue

November 12, 2012Features

Simply Perfect Art Project

 

 

Mon, Nov 21, 2011

 

Here’s a new kind of window shopping for the holiday season featuring local emerging talent, sponsored by Patrón Spirits and benefiting the Los Angeles Art Association.

 

Now through December 31, 2011, the Patrón “Simply Perfect” Art Project will showcase live, working art studios and galleries that offer emerging artists the opportunity to create one-of-a-kind works of art for auction in support of local organizations.

 

Across the country, four “Simply Perfect” Art Project studios occupy formerly vacant storefront windows that have been transformed into spaces of creativity and imagination for nearly 30 up-and-coming artists. Given approximately one week each, artists will create an original painting, sculpture or other work based on their personal interpretation of Patrón tequila’s “Simply Perfect” mantra.

 

Each studio is active throughout afternoons and evenings, Wednesdays through Sundays. During all other times, the art will be on display in each window, along with a video screen showing the progression of the collective work. To view the art in Los Angeles visit the “Simply Perfect” Art Project location at 7024 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles (between North Sycamore Avenue & North Orange Drive).

 

“These live art studios offer a unique opportunity for emerging artists to showcase their work to a much larger audience. At the same time, we hope to enhance the holiday season by bringing people the experience of artistic creation,” said Jennifer Long of Patrón. “We are thrilled to promote fresh talent and, with their help, enrich the local community. Their generosity of time and talent is a simply perfect gift to their cities, and we’re proud to amplify it.”

 

The artist whose work receives the highest bid will receive national exposure in a print advertisement for Patrón in 2012. Additionally, the proceeds from the purchased pieces will benefit the Los Angeles Art Association.

 

Artist Schedules

 

Dan Monteavaro: November 15-21

 

Kelly Berg and Hung Viet Nguyen: November 22-28

 

Ryan McCann: November 29-December 5

 

Tommy Hollenstein: December 6-12

 

Shizuko Greenblatt and Katherine Rohrbacher: December 13-19

 

YaYa Chou: December 20-26

 

Marjan Vayghan: December 27-31

 

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Art+Books

Hotel Art in L.A.: A User’s Guide

By Shana Nys Dambrot Thursday, Dec 29 2011

 

The days of gilt-framed faux-impressionism punctuating hotel walls are over. Or it certainly seems that way, as just about every trendy boutique hotel is making concerted efforts to bring the work of living artists into the fold, as lobbies and bars are transformed into legitimate galleries.

This is mostly good news, since it means artists are getting work, and exposure to a whole segment of

culturally aware spenders and tastemakers, while savvy travelers are getting better things to look at. But recent unfortunate events at the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live, in which the commissioned work of two popular street artists was callously destroyed, raise the question: Just what are these lifestyle purveyors hoping to accomplish by putting all this legitimate art on the walls? And what, if anything, is the real effect of this trend on the art world?

It’s hard to see a downside for the artists or the galleries that sell the work to the hotel curators and designers — a sale is a sale. As the profile and quality of the hotel-art genre improve, no harm is done to their résumés, either. Some of the best efforts are even attracting positive critical attention. The more glittery segments of the mainstream gallery scene are the same demographic that the hippest boutique hotels are hoping to attract.

Furthermore, in hotels, as in the gallery world, there’s an aesthetic divide between street art, which is or draws inspiration from the sometimes illegal practice of painting outdoor murals, and fine art fare, which is sometimes edgy but definitely better behaved. As befits a culture capital, in L.A.’s hotels, there’s plenty of everything to go around.

Here’s a guide to some of the best art-friendly hotels in the city.

Andaz West Hollywood

One of the best-conceived and most dynamic programs is “Art Seen” at West Hollywood’s Andaz Hotel. Curated by charming, respected art and design consultant Merry Norris, the Andaz is festooned with long-term installations, commissions and even purchases, which are integrated throughout the public spaces to great effect. With a decisive focus on the work of contemporary, midcareer local artists, the art situation at the former Riot House is the most casually professional and also most whimsical of the trend. On display right now are sculptures by Jaime Scholnick, paintings by Dion Johnson, sculptures by Elizabeth Higgins O’Connorand a stunning painting by Kristin Everberg listed as being from the Andaz’s permanent collection. It’s so grand and old-school for a hotel to have a permanent collection; good on them. 8401 Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd.

BLVD Hotel & Spa

The BLVD Hotel & Spa in Universal City owns much of the art it shows, too — but for a very different reason. It has a program called BLVD Arts, which in September, in conjunction with 1881 Project, held a high-profile mural competition and graffiti wall smackdown. After a raucous live event, a Web-based voting process ensued, and Gino Gaspara‘s mural — a raw and witty mash-up of Hollywood and pop art icons with the real people who live there — won and will grace the BLVD’s exterior. By freely offering outdoor and indoor spaces of the hotel as blank canvases for artists, it’s proved itself to be welcoming of the street-art aesthetic and the crowds that love it. 10730 Ventura Blvd., Studio City.

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

Compare the scene at BLVD to the scandal unfolding right now at the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live, its condo section adjacent to the hotel. As of January 2011, the hotel was getting legitimate art-world kudos for its risky support of street artists, muralists and the shabby-chic but well-heeled ruffians who love them. Shepard Fairey deejayed a party there during the FADA Art Fair, and L.A. Art Machine was tapped to organize an extensive art show, including a now-infamously destroyed (or cleaned up in a clueless but not malicious accident, depending on who you ask) mural installation by Shark Toof, Mear One and Chor Boogie. An official lawsuit on behalf of the artists valuing the destroyed work at between $100,000 and $150,000 was filed recently, although it won’t bring back the work — or the goodwill. Project curator Bryson Strauss of L.A. Art Machine said in a statement, “We knew Ritz-Carlton had commercial interests, but we took their excitement about this artwork, the artists and the event as genuine. The loss of 90 feet of murals by world-class artists is a tragedy. I can’t get my head around the indifference.” 900 W. Olympic Blvd., dwntwn.

W Hotel

The sparkly, newish W Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard is a confection of sumptuous and smart design, with visual art of unusually high quality integrated fully into its look of futuristic retro glam. And like the Ritz, it has pricey, tricked-out condos for sale at its adjoining residences. Also, as with the Ritz, the art-centric lifestyle branding is intensive. But that’s where the similarities end. The irony of showing Robert Longo‘s iconic late-’80s silhouette paintings Falling Businessmen in the lobby possibly is lost on the hotel administration and its guests, but either way, it’s a striking choice that anyone who cared about New York art in the swinging good old days will appreciate. For a real estate showcase event, the hotel decorated its model suite with a series of paintings by a well-known local artist, Michael Salerno, along with renewable and reclaimed design pieces. The artists and their friends were invited to the very civilized afternoon party, which also doubled as a benefit for a local arts organization that Salerno supports. That’s how you do it, Ritz. 6250 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd.

The Standard

The Standard Hotels, in both Hollywood and downtown, arguably are better at this art thing than anyone. From day one, the Standard has woven contemporary art into the very fabric of its stellar brand, partly in a successful bid for the attention of the coveted artsy demographic and partly because the people who work there have a true affinity for progressive culture. They are frequently happy to produce or allow art shows, happenings, book parties, public forums and performances — recent highlights include projects by Sylvia Ji,Miranda July and Ryan McGinness — and every month the exterior wall on the Sixth Street façade of the downtown branch hosts a new mural. The company’s website is itself a kind of cultural hub featuring news, blogs, online art projects, info on local events and the like,  going well beyond visual art to feature literature, music, film, design and fashion, but it’s the embrace of visual art as its central draw that has made the Standards what they are. 550 S. Flower St., dwntwn.; 8300 Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd.

Sunset Marquis

Maximillian Gallery at the Sunset Marquis updates the hotel art shop in dramatic fashion. Its location in a posh West Hollywood hotel makes its focus on street art an unlikely choice, but it works, and the gallery has a strong program and a bright future even when compared with more serious, nonhotel galleries. 1200 Alta Loma Road, W. Hlywd.

Mondrian

Down the street, the Mondrian has been sort of following suit, inviting this past summer the Artspace online art gallery to open a pop-up store that offered access to works by A-list gallery stars such as Kara WalkerRoss Bleckner and Kenny Scharf. The Mondrian also worked with Culver City kunsthalle LAXART to present its own pop-up, featuring graphics–inspired painterBobbi Woods. This past summer, Nicole Cohen‘s fashion- and furniture-inspired video art installation kicked off with a performance night organized by See Line Gallery, which was beloved by cocktail culturati and art people alike. 8440 Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd.

The Hollywood Roosevelt

And finally, speaking of the dream team of art, hotels and cocktails: Patrón tequila’s new Simply Perfect Art Project invited artists to create one-of-a-kind works for auction in support of local organizations, occupying vacant but well-located storefront windows. In this case, while technically not a program of the Roosevelt Hotel, Simply Perfect is happening right now in its boulevard-facing windows. The L.A. edition benefits Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825, where all the artists doing the project are members. Throughout December it hosted mixed-media painter and sculptor Shizuko Greenblatt; painter Katherine Rohrbacher; sculptural installation artist YaYa Chou; and sculptor-photographer-performance artist Marjan Vayghan, who will be present evenings through Dec. 31. 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd.

 

Patron – “Simply Perfect” Art Project<br /><br /><br /><br /> http://pearlmediaus.com/blog/?p=224<br /><br /><br /><br /> Posted on November 18, 2011 by admin<br /><br /><br /><br /> Patron Sponsors Live Studios, Auctions For The Arts<br /><br /><br /><br /> Thursday, November 17th, 3:32 PM<br /><br /><br /><br /> Between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31, the Patron Spirits Company is sponsoring live, working art studios and galleries where emerging artists will create works that will then be auctioned in support of four art organizations.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The “Simply Perfect Art Project” will also identify an artist whose work will be featured in a 2012 Patrón print ad.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The project is organized around four studios/storefront windows in formerly vacant spaces in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. For a week, up to 30 artists will work in each studio to create original paintings, sculptures or other art based on their personal interpretations of Patron tequila’s “Simply Perfect” brand tag.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Visitors can watch the live work in progress at any of the four studios during afternoons and evenings, Wednesdays through Sundays. At other times, the art will be on display in each window, along with a video screen showing the progression of the collective work.<br /><br /><br /><br /> To view complete collections from all four cities, passers-by can scan the QR code located on the windows of each of the studios. The QR code links them to the auction site (eliminateregifting.com), where they will be able to learn more about the artists and bid on works of art.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Proceeds from purchased pieces will benefit local art organizations that are partners on the project, including the Chicago Artists’ Coalition, the Los Angeles Art Association, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and The Artists Guild of San Francisco.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The artist whose work receives the highest bid will be featured in the 2012 Patron ad.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The Richards Group and Pearl Media launched the project for Patrón. — Karlene Lukovitz<br /><br /><br /><br /> This article was posted by:<br /><br /><br /><br /> MediaPost<br /><br /><br /><br /> Windowscapes Become Working Art Studios and Galleries for the Holidays<br /><br /><br /><br /> 15 November 2011 21 h 39 min<br /><br /><br /><br /> Pearl Media has partnered with Patron and The Richards Group to launch the Patron “Simply Perfect” Art Project.The campaign features live, working art studios—all within storefront windows—that offer emerging artists the opportunity to create works of art for auction in support of four art organizations across the country. Using digital media and QR codes, consumers will be driven to an auction website (eliminateregifting.com) with proceeds from each sale benefiting the art organizations. The artwork that sells for the highest price will be featured in a Patron print ad in 2012.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Pearl Media was responsible for the complete execution of the campaign, which runs today through Dec. 31, 2011.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Each studio is active throughout afternoons and evenings, Wednesdays through Sundays. During all other times, the art will be on display in each window, along with a video screen showing the progression of the collective work. To view the art in the making, you can visit one of these four “Simply Perfect” Art Project locations:<br /><br /><br /><br /> · Chicago – 50 East Chicago Avenue (between North Wabash Avenue & North Rush Street)<br /><br /><br /><br /> · Los Angeles – 7024 Hollywood Blvd. (between North Sycamore Avenue & North Orange Drive)<br /><br /><br /><br /> · New York City – 454 West Broadway (between Prince Street & West Houston Street)<br /><br /><br /><br /> · San Francisco – 581 Market Street (between 1st Street & 2nd Street)<br /><br /><br /><br /> This article was written by:<br /><br /><br /><br /> OOH-tv<br /><br /><br /><br /> The proceeds from the purchased pieces will benefit local art organizations that are partners on the project, including:<br /><br /><br /><br /> Chicago Artists’ Coalition (chicagoartistscoalition.org)
Los Angeles Art Association (laaa.org)
New York Foundation for the Arts (nyfa.org)
The Artists Guild of San Francisco (artistsguildsf.com)<br /><br /><br /><br /> The first round of artwork will be posted for bidding on Monday, November 21. Please visit http://www.eliminateregifting.com/ often over the next seven weeks as there will be over 30 pieces of unique artwork to bid on.<br /><br /><br /><br /> ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> ===================================================================== .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> http://www.vanwagner.com/case-study-library/case-studies/?study_id=40:<br /><br /><br /><br /> Van Wagner   Case Study Library   The Richards Group/The Patrón Spirits Company - "Simply Perfect" > The Richards Group/The Patrón Spirits Company - "Simply Perfect"<br /><br /><br /><br />  </p><br /><br /><br /> <p></p><br /><br /><br /> <p>   </p><br /><br /><br /> <p><br /><br /><br /><br /> Hollywood, CA<br /><br /><br /><br />  The Richards Group/The Patrón Spirits Company<br /><br /><br /><br /> "Simply Perfect"<br /><br /><br /><br /> Situation
Patrón, the top-selling ultra-premium tequila in the world had its own cadre of premium tequila enthusiasts who look to the brand for lifestyle cues. They wanted to reinforce their iconic positioning, build upon their "Simply Perfect" campaign and continue to foster their special relationship with their core consumers and involvement with local communities.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Solution
To reach their target audience of active, involved, informed, trendsetting, tequila aficianados, Patrón and their agency The Richards Group, worked with Van Wagner to showcase the brand on a new spectacular on an iconic landmark at one of most famous intersections in the world: Hollywood and Vine. The Patrón Spirits Company hand-picked Van Wagner's display to showcase their association and their support of the Hollywood revitalization effort. Patrón's neon sign now appears on the roof of the former Equitable Building at the northeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The Patrón sign, just down the block from the historic Capitol Records building is Hollywood's first adaptive re-use residential project. The development is expected to be occupied in 2009 and will include a W Hotel, luxury condos, retail space and a transit plaza. According to Ed Brown, president and CEO of The Patrón Spirits Company, "When Patrón was first introduced in 1989, it was people in Los Angeles and members of the Hollywood community who first embraced this brand, before there was even such a thing as ultrapremium tequila. We haven't forgotten the role that this community has played in our success, and we're proud to bring Patrón to Hollywood once again, with support and investment on this historic revitalized corner of Hollywood and Vine, and on this beautifully redesigned new residential building."<br /><br /><br /><br /> Patrón customized the message for the location. Built upon their "Simply Perfect" campaign, the message is premised on the concept of debating perfection. The campaign states that all forms of perfection are open to discussion, except when it comes to tequila; then there is simply no debate - Patron unquestionably is the best. In this case, the featured question is who is more "perfect" in Hollywood, a "Rock Star" or a "Movie Star." The neon spectacular alternately flashes this choice, over the words "Some Perfection is Debatable," then shifts to an image of a Patron tequila bottle, with the words "Some is Not." Excitement was built up around the launch. Gene Simmons ceremoniously lit the display at the high profile, celebrity-filled launch party.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Results
The display hit a home run. It is consistent with Patron's brand strategy and is sure to become an indelible part of the Hollywood landscape. The display carries through the Simply Perfect campaign by bringing entertaining debatable concepts about hotly contested -- and often humorous -- topical issues to life. It provides an opportunity to engage viewers and show the brand's support and involvement with the community. Leron Gubler, president and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce summed it up stating "Not only did The Patrón Spirits Company choose to invest in our community, they also created an exciting and entertaining sign that is attention-grabbing and relevant to Hollywood". The tremendous excitement around both the brand and the display received numerous press mentions and publicity. The neon silhouette of the Patrón bottle is fast becoming relevant iconic image making a lasting impression among a new generation of sophisticated trend-setters. It's leading the way to update an area that previously was well known for its concentration of radio and movie related businesses, the glamour era of Hollywood (1920's) and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.<br /><br /><br /><br /> ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> ===================================================================== .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> http://pearlmediaus.com/blog/?p=243<br /><br /><br /><br /> Patron “Simply Perfect” Art Project – Eliminate Regifting<br /><br /><br /><br /> Posted on January 10, 2012 by admin<br /><br /><br /><br /> Non-traditional media company Pearl Media LLC, Fairfield, New Jersey, has partnered with The Patron Spirits Company, and The Richards Group, Dallas, to launch the Patrón ‘Simply Perfect’ Art Project to raise money for charitable organizations and identify an artist whose work will be featured in a 2012 Patron print ad.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Patron tequila is an ultra-premium luxury white spirit sourced, before distillation, from the highest-quality Weber Blue agave plants grown in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The campaign features live, working art studios – all within storefront windows – that offer emerging artists the opportunity to create works of art for auction in support of four art organizations across the country. The ’Simply Perfect’ Art Project studios occupy formerly vacant storefront windows that have been transformed into spaces of creativity and imagination for nearly 30 up-and-coming artists. Given approximately one week each, artists will create an original painting, sculpture or other work based on their personal interpretation of Patron tequila’s ‘Simply Perfect’ mantra.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Each studio is active throughout afternoons and evenings, Wednesdays through Sundays. During all other times, the art will be on display in each window, along with a video screen showing the progression of the collective work.
The four locations are in;<br /><br /><br /><br /> Chicago – 50 East Chicago Avenue (between North Wabash Ave. & North Rush St.);<br /><br /><br /><br /> Los Angeles – 7024 Hollywood Blvd. (between North Sycamore Ave. & North Orange Drive);<br /><br /><br /><br /> New York City – 454 West Broadway (between Prince & West Houston Streets);<br /><br /><br /><br /> San Francisco – 581 Market Street (between 1st & 2nd Streets).<br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> Patron’s Los Angeles Art Studio<br /><br /><br /><br /> “These live art studios offer a unique opportunity for emerging artists to showcase their work to a much larger audience,” says Jennifer Long, Patron brand director. “At the same time, we hope to enhance the holiday season by bringing people the experience of artistic creation. We are thrilled to promote fresh talent and, with their help, enrich the local community. Their generosity of time and talent is a simply perfect gift to their cities, and we’re proud to amplify it.”<br /><br /><br /><br /> To view complete collections from all four cities, passers-by can scan the QR code located on the windows of each of the four installations. The QR code links consumers directly to the auction website, where they will be able to learn more about the artists and bid on their favorite works of art.<br /><br /><br /><br /> The artist whose work receives the highest bid will receive national exposure in a print advertisement for Patron in 2012. Additionally, the proceeds from the purchased pieces will benefit local art organizations that are partners on the project, including: the Chicago Artists’ Coalition; Los Angeles Art Association; New York Foundation for the Arts; and The Artists Guild of San Francisco.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Pearl Media was responsible for the complete execution of the campaign, including the working storefront art studios and all digital elements.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Launched Nov. 14/11, the campaign runs through Dec. 31/11.<br /><br /><br /><br /> This Article was written by:<br /><br /><br /><br /> Gail Chiasson, North American Editor Daily DOOH<br /><br /><br /><br /> ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> ===================================================================== .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................<br /><br /><br /><br /> http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/170929/best-branding-campaign-pearl-media-patron-simply.html#axzz2E2vOTn1d</p><br /><br /><br /> <p>Best Branding Campaign: Pearl Media, Patron Simply Perfect Live Artist Studios, Patron<br /><br /><br /><br /> Mar 23, 2012, 2:18 PM<br /><br /><br /><br /> Pearl Media, Patrón Tequila and The Richards Group created a live artist experience -- "Simply Perfect" -- where about 30 up-and-coming artists created original artwork inspired by their personal interpretation with Patrón in New York's Soho; Hollywood; Chicago's Gold Coast; and San Francisco's Union Square. Each location, wrapped in branded vinyl, featured a live artist studio visible to street pedestrians, complete with digital display in one window that ran looped content of artists hard at work. QR Codes were integrated to drive traffic to the online auction site where consumers could bid on the completed artwork. The artwork was auctioned from a branded Web site.</p><br /><br /><br /> <p>Read more: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/170929/best-branding-campaign-pearl-media-patron-simply.html#ixzz2E2vU1gwq</p><br /><br /><br /> <p>http://artweek.la/issue/november-21-2011/article/simply-perfect-art-project<br /><br /><br /><br /> </p><br /><br /><br /> <p></p><br /><br /><br /> <p>

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