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140 N. Judge John Aiso St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
This Saturday, June 27, 2015, Gypsy Trails Gallery will be parked near the north wall of The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
This is the 3rd stop on the #MuseumTour with works from local contemporary artists, curated by Juri Koll from ViCA. (Venice Institute of Contemporary Art)
The purpose of our Museum Tour is to honor 12 Southern California art museums, while promoting the idea of the construction of a museum in Venice Beach. Gentrification is currently taking place in Venice, forcing the eviction of artists and the destruction of their studios. Many of these studios' deep history is the essence of the city of Venice and have been the creative space for famous and important artists.
We've selected 12 artists for this tour to represent the art to be included in the Venice Museum. This Saturday ONLY, check out our featured Venice artist, MB Boissonnault.
MB Boissonnault has been living and working as a painter in Venice, California for fifteen years. She was a student at the KunstAkademie in Düsseldorf, Germany graduating under Dutch artist Jan Dibbets. An extremely disciplined painting technique combined with her unique, inimitable style brings a valued contribution to Los Angeles’s contemporary art scene.
The paintings have been featured in interior design magazines such as LUXE and have been a popular choice for film and TV set designers. Collectors include Deutsche Bank, Tyssen, Siemens, the Tennessee State Museum, Chase Bank, Michael + Susan Rosen, the Matisse Family, and Michael Oblowitz.
Read MB's latest interview with Union Pasadena here: