Wednesday, August 25, 2010

C.A.V.E. Gallery & ESL Music present:
the Los Angeles film screening of Babylon Central
a film by Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation,
on Thursday, Sept 9th, 7pm
At The Electric Lodge Theater - 1416 Electric Ave, Venice Ca 90291.

We will start the night with (Pre-party) DJ KidGusto, former resident DJ at the legendary Eighteenth Street Lounge in Washington DC.
There will also be a short live performance by a local dub/roots/reggae band "Rage Area", as well as drinks and amazing artwork.
The tickets are $12 in advance & $15 at the door - which includes the Pre-party & your chance of winning the CD soundtrack, the film DVD and/or a film posters.

If you would like to secure tickets for the night, please choose 1 of the 3 methods of payment:
• PayPal - The PayPal account is:
• Credit Card payment over the phone 
• Or stop in to C.A.V.E. Gallery any Thurs, Fri, Sat or Sun between 11am - 4pm. 507 Rose Ave, Venice

Sunday, August 22, 2010

On Thursday, Aug 19th, the very first Venice Art Crawl went off with a blast! C.A.V.E. Gallery curated a special Pop-up exhibition at James' Beach restaurant - owned by Daniel Samakow - the Venice Art Crawl Co-founder. Below are some photos from the eventful night!

The Venice Art Crawl is a free monthly exploration of the Venice Beach area and the world famous Venice artist community and spirit. During the long history of the Venice Boardwalk area it has served as a home for artists, a haven of creativity, and the place to find many famous galleries. The Art Crawl is an event to help local artists show their art. In recent years areas such as Downtown, Culver City and Silverlake, in an effort to assist spurring local economy have started their own Art Walks.

C.A.V.E. Gallery showcased artwork by: Euth, Macsorro, Paul Garcia, Jennifer Springman, Codak, Gosha Levochkin, Danni Shinya Luo, Anthony Clarkson, Chet Zar, Jeni Yang, Paul Chatem, Patrick Haemmerlein, Josh Hart, Liz Brizzi, Shervin Iranshahr, Hans Haveron & John Park (Who also live painted). We also kept the beat up with DJs BusRider & Tim OKain. Look for next month's Art Crawl Pop-up exhibition, more to come!