Grace & Ritual: All Female Art Exhibit Featuring Contemporary Masters and Emerging Artists Opens May 10 Grace & Ritual Sparks Conversation Around Female Existence, Cultural and Personal Growth, Gender Equality
LOS ANGELES, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- All-female art exhibit, Grace & Ritual, will bring together masters and new talent to celebrate the impact of uniquely feminine characteristics in diverse lives. Opening May 10, 2013, the exhibit will be aesthetic musings, powerful statements and platform for discussion to examine the personal, professional, creative and cultural manifestations of the words "grace" and "ritual," in a woman's everyday life.
Participating artists include Sheila Metzner, Beata Konarska, Diva Zappa, Lizzy Waronker, Yoshimi Ohtani, Sawa, Jana Cruder, Diana Beltran Herrera, Naomi White, Gina Martynova and nearly 40 other accomplished and promising artists from around the world. In a compelling documentation of femininity, Grace & Ritual reflects upon the progressive societal shift of a woman's position in workplace and family environments through the influence of the words themselves.
"The phrase Grace & Ritual came to embody a uniquely feminine and dignified way of approaching professional situations, interpersonal dynamics and creativity," remarked Amanda White, partner at iam8bit and curator of the show. "The more I meditated on this idea, the clearer it became to me that this philosophy encapsulates a uniquely female way of existing in the world."
Grace & Ritual will be on exhibit at iam8bit's gallery located on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood. The show will open Friday, May 10, and run for three weeks.
What: Grace & Ritual
Where: iam8bit Gallery | 2147 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
When: Opening reception May 10, 8:00 - 11:00 pm
Exhibit hours Thursdays – Sundays through May 26
For more information, please visit iam8bit.com/the-gallery/grace-ritual/
About Gallery iam8bit
Since taking up residence in Echo Park in 2011, the iam8bit gallery has quickly become one of Los Angeles' premiere cultural hubs. The 4,500 sq. ft. space is ever-adaptable, playing host to a variety of events, from screenings to concerts to art shows, including the renowned iam8bit exhibit, which launched the pop culture-themed art show renaissance of today. Co-owners Amanda White and Jon M. Gibson firmly believe that providing unique, personal and interactive experiences to the community at large is the lifeblood of the gallery, and consistently strive to engage attendees in epic, new ways.