March 5, 2007 - LAXART - TEN BY TEN, Edition Two
March 5, 2007

TEN BY TEN, Edition Two

Robert Gutierrez, diplomacy, Oil on canvas

TEN BY TEN, Edition Two

Initiating a new program as an arena for social exchange in March 2007

Ten by Ten, the portfolio exhibition from LAXART and, launched in February 2007 as a new venue for creators and consumers of contemporary art. This March sees the second edition of Ten by Ten and the extension of its core ideology into a cluster of new programs under the rubric of Uber Art.

Ten by Ten is a departure from conventional art discourse. Its a monthly dialogue wherein artists throw open the doors to their virtual portfolio of work and our writers take it in, producing commentaries that open poetic new perspectives and provide critical insight into the connotative and denotative layers of meaning found within. Its an opportunity for anyone to find exposure to new art that they can comment on directly, or add to the collection of videos, personal photography and visual links in their own Uber portfolio.

This March Ten by Ten contributor and Los Angeles-based art critic Shana Nys Dambrot joins Uber Art as a blogger and commentator. Well be debuting more programs over the course of the month and throughout 2007 that offer writers, artists, curators and spectators the chance to access art and be included in the process of creation, proliferation and consumption.

Ten by Ten is an open call, but there’s only one way to be considered: Join, add LAXART as a friend and submit your portfolio for the exhibition.

The second edition of Ten by Ten includes reviews and reflection on a new class of emerging talent in the fields of drawing, sculpture, painting and video art.
Jeffrey Uslip on Ian Arenas
Anjali Gupta on Lucas Blalock
Aram Moshayedi on Cindy Santos Bravo
Gean Moreno on Willia Drew
Lauri Firstenberg on Diana Sofia Estrada
Daniel Chamberlin on Robert Gutierrez
Laura Richard Janku on Nate Larson
Andrew Berardini on Kim Schoenstadt
Shana Nys Dambrot on Mark Verabioff
Shana Nys Dambrot on Liat Yossifor

About LAXART: Responding to Los Angeles cultural climate, LAXART questions given contexts for the exhibition of contemporary art, architecture and design. With a renewed vision for the potential of interdisciplinary discussion and interaction and for the production and exhibition of new exploratory work. LAXART offers a space for provocation, dialogue and confrontation by practices on the ground in LA and abroad. LAXART is a hub for artists based on flexibility, transition, spontaneity and change. The space responds to an urgency and obligation to provide and accessible exhibition space for contemporary artists, architects and designers.

March 17 5-6pm
Campari Talks at LAXART
Tom Crow in conversation with Thomas Lawson
must be 21 and over to attend

March 17th 7-9pm
opening reception
Thomas Lawson: History Painting

March 17th 7-9pm
Rodney McMillian and Olga Koumoundours: On a Porch

Exhibitions run March 17- April 28, 2007

LAXART 2640 S. La Cienega Blvd LA CA 90034

About Uber is a new way to experience art, information and entertainment. We’re an artist-driven network of musicians, makers and discerning media users coming together to develop an optimized interface to the world of visual art, music, video and web-based detritus.

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