POPA Utopia + Make Art Not War @ ArteBA 2022 - E5S1 #MakeArtNotWar

“Bosco confessed that [Charly García] accepted to [be part of POPA at ArteBA] but that it was his intention to be one more artist in the space where his work was going to be shown (…). Artists such as Emmanuel Alfonso, Víctor Castillo, Mariano Cinat, Felix d'Eon, A. Lopatín together with F. Larreta, Héctor Meana, and Atilio Pernisco are also part of this space." CNN en Español / CNN RADIO ARGENTINA

 

Make Art Not War Media

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"In this new stage, the POPA Gallery presents its proposal based on the latest links created with the MakeArtNotWar.org foundation (Created in Buenos Aires - Based in California) working together based on a synergistic exchange model.

This synergistic association results in a selection of artists who, through their physical work, experimentation, and way of sharing, we wish to share in ArteBA. Focusing on Latin America, we open exchange and create links between the Latin community in Los Angeles and New York with local artists seeking dialogue with the zone and diversity.

 

We conceive art from La Boca, our focus on creating, producing, and exhibiting diverse artists in their supports, ages, and gender conjugation. We settled in the neighborhood before it was declared an Arts District, we were LGTBI+ when marketing was not yet done with this now-rooted concept. Forward, always on the stern, with the public, exquisite art lovers, and visionary collectors: from the neighborhood to the entire country and from here to the world. This advance includes wash & wear paintings but also indelible ones, large and small artifacts, disruptive order installations made by trans performers and also by cis artists who create by questioning our contemporaneity in its constructive, social, political, and sexual aspects, constantly probing the capacity of the materials that flow and stagnant to flow again in his creations. As Cesar Aira says. “For centuries the paintings and statues waited in their place for us to go see them. They behaved like ghosts that only speak when they are spoken to, they are sedentary and had the time for which they had been made and could wait. Contemporary art, wanting to be contemporary, annulled time by compressing it to the present”.

 

Rodolfo "Jojo" Johannes. Curator of PUTOPIA. October 7 - 9 of 2022 at ArteBA. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

PUTOPIA artist @ ArteBA 2022

Emmanuel Alfonso / @Emmanuel__Alfonso

Víctor Castillo / @Victor_Castillo_Art / www.victor-castillo.com

Mariano Cinat / @marianocinat2017 / www.marianocinat.net

Felix d'Eon / @felixdeonart / www.felixdeon.com.mx

Charly Garíca / @charlygarcia

LASERINKS (Alejo Lopatin + Félix Larreta)

Héctor Meana / @hector_meana / www.hectormeana.tumblr.com

Atilio Pernisco / @atiliopernisco / www.atiliopernisco.com

 

Additional artists on video, María Jannello @Jannello_Editora, Alejandra Jorquera @AleJorqueraArt, Marilu Vida @LululuVidal, Marta Minujín @martaminujin, Daniela Aita @Dakyta, Juliana Laffitte @artemondongo, Marcelo Bosco @MarceloBoscoOK, Diego Mohadeb @DiegoMoha, Emiliano "Pool" Paolini, @PoolyMarianela

 

Thumbnail photograph by Valentina Blanco @spicy.janis

 

Music, Lost by COCO. Produce Crack Records. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

www.coco1.bandcamp.com

 

Video by Chapete @chapetevj

 

Produced by Walter Broide, Guillermo Comignani, and Jonathan Rivas.

Press by Hey Go Comunicación @heygocomunicacion + Marcela Nuñez @mncomunicación

ArteBA

A non-governmental, non-profit organization founded on October 16, 1991, that works to develop and strengthen the art market.

Arteba.org

 

POPA Art Gallery Space for art and meetings created by Marcelo Bosco and Jo Johannes in the early 1990s under the name "Galpón Plateado de La Boca" (The Silver Warehouse of La Boca), known today as Galería POPA (Promoción y orientación para el artists).

Makeartnotwar.org/popa

 

MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, MakeArtNotWar.org. The Mission is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists.

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#MakeArtNotWar

"I always have ideas of hope" Atilio Pernisco E4S1 #MakeArtNotWar

Atilio Pernisco attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena receiving his BFA in 1992. He worked as an illustrator and designer for more than a decade for a diverse list of clients. Atilio recently received his MFA in Painting from Claremont Graduate University and was awarded the CGU President’s Award for his work. Atilio Pernisco has exhibited nationally and internationally and is represented by the George Lawson Gallery in Culver City. Atilio lives and works in Los Angeles.

Make Art Not War Media

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Atilio Pernisco. Artist, Teacher,

@atiliopernisco www.atiliopernisco.com

Music from United Themes / Temas Unidos / 国境を超えて, track released May 7, 2021 Silverfish by Mark Slater (1:22) PIANO SOLO: PERFORMED BY MARK SLATER. Recording Mix Engineer: Mark Slater. Mastering by Mark Slater (Japan). Studio: Slater Sound Studios USA / UK. Music Produced by Mark Slater.

www.makeartnotwar.org/mark-slater

@mark_slater_music

Video by Chapete @chapetevj

Hosted by Carlos Rittner.

Executive Producer, Artbug.net

Special Thanks,

dA Center for the Arts, 252 S Main St # D, Pomona, CA 91766

http://www.dacenter.org/

MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, MakeArtNotWar.org. The Mission is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists. Makeartnotwar.org/media

"I never try to sell something that I am not" Ada Yllesca E3S1 #MakeArtNotWar

Ada Yllesca Rodríguez, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on September 15, 1969. At 13, she entered the Rogelio Yrurtia National Fine Arts School, where she found her passion for painting. In 1987 she finished her master's in Drawing, and in 1988, she entered the National Fine Arts School of Prilidiano Pueyredón, graduating as a Teacher for Painting in 1990. From 1984 to the present, she has not stopped participating in competitions, obtaining prizes and mentions, individual and group exhibitions, where her style started to be noticed. Her desire to experiment not only in the choice of themes but also in the pictorial technique, materials, and textures that shape the world of the gestural and the abstract. Although she continues participating in exhibitions and competitions, she works as a teacher in various primary and secondary schools and as a teacher and drawing teacher, from 1990 to 1999 in Buenos Aires. In 2000, for personal reasons, she moved to Spain, Pontevedra, where she managed to homologate her degree in Fine Arts. She currently resides in Lucena, Córdoba, Spain, where she continues investigating and continue with what she says.

 

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Credits

Ada Yllesca. Artist, Teacher, @ylle_1569

 

Music from United Themes / Temas Unidos / 国境を超えて, track released May 7, 2021 Descansa by Gabriel Lococo (3:37) Piano: Gabriel Lococo - Guitarra: Freddy Leban Recording Mix Engineer: Marcelo Requena. Mastering by Rekena Music (Argentina). Studio: Panda Studios - Requena Studios ARGENTINA. Music Produced by Gabriel Lococo. @gabriellococo.oficial

Video by Chapete @chapetevj

Executive Producer, Atilio Pernisco and Jonathan Rivas

@atiliopernisco @jonnywasapunk

Special Thanks, Yorsalem Araya @yorsaa_

MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, MakeArtNotWar.org. The Mission is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists. Makeartnotwar.org/media

 

#Cordoba #Arte #España #Spain #MakeArtNotWar

"NFT: No Fucking Talent" Barry. Markowitz. Hosted by Carlos Rittner. E2S1 #MakeArtNotWar

Mr. Markowitz received his BA and MFA from California State University, Los Angeles. Additionally, he has studied at the Art Students League, Nassau College and the School of Art and Design in New York. His awards and honors include a General Motors Grant, a Rockefeller Honorarium from UC San Diego and a Rockefeller Honorarium from Cal State Dominguez Hills, and a grant from the J. Paul Getty Trust/California Community Foundation in painting. His exhibits have been seen at the Eagle Rock Cultural Arts Foundation, the Traction Gallery, the A&B Gallery, and the American Gallery in Los Angeles. His works can be seen in collections at the Balthazar and Rosetta Getty Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, and at Paramount Pictures Inc. in Los Angeles.

 

Make Art Not War Media

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Credits Barry Markowitz. Artist, @barry.markowitz

Carlos Rittner. Host, @carlosrittner

 

Music by THE DAGG @the.dagg

Video by Chapete @chapetevj

Executive Producer, Artbug.net @artbugallery

 

MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, MakeArtNotWar.org. The Mission is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists. Makeartnotwar.org/media

 

#LosAngeles #hipster #NFT #nfts #artconservation #MakeArtNotWar

"Santa Fe Art Colony Diaspora"  @Make Art Not War  Media. Hosted by Eva Malhotra. E1S1 #MakeArtNotWar

"The Santa Fe Art Colony, situated in the industrial zone of Los Angeles, was established in 1986 with public funds through the Community Redevelopment Agency. It allowed for the adaptive reuse of factory buildings to be used as studios where artists could live and create. A 30-year agreement set rent restrictions on 85% of the 57 units. That agreement expired in 2017. Because the previous owners didn’t notify tenants of a rent increase, the city imposed a stay until 2019. Then the buildings were purchased by a Miami-based investor, The Fifteen Group, which promptly raised the rents on all the units - some by over 300%. Almost all the artists living and working in the Art Colony - many of whom called it home for over 30 years are not able to afford the high rents. Consequently, they must move out by July 15, 2022. This is not a unique story. It is a microcosm of what is taking place in all major metropolitan areas in the US and around the world. These cities are now blighted with tens of thousands of homeless encampments." 

Eva Malhotra, Artist and Tenant of the Santa Fe Art Colony.

 

Credits of Artist on Episode

Eva Malhotra. Attorney / Artist @eva.malhotra.7

Mike Vegas Dommermuth. Artist @mikevegasart.

Francesco Siqueiros. Artist @nopalpress

Ewa Pietraszak. Artist @kivvi22

Tom Villa. Artist @tomvilladesign

Atilio Pernisco. Artist @atiliopernisco

 

Music, Paula Chateauneuf, Alessandro PIccinini - Toccata IV from 400 Years of the Telescope (Special Edition) by Mark Slater, London Symphony Orchestra, Nick Ingman. Make Noise Not War Records. 2021. Los Angeles, CA.

@mark_slater_music

 

Video by Chapete @chapetevj

 

Santa Fe Art Colony. 2349 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90058, United States

 

MAKE ART NOT WAR MEDIA is a multi-platform project in Los Angeles, CA managed by 501c3 Non-Profit for the Arts, MakeArtNotWar.org. Our aim is to host diverse voices, formats, and pursuits by showcasing local and international artists.

#LosAngeles #gentrification #boyleheights #santafeartcolony #artconservation #MakeArtNotWar