a diorama of an art exhibition

in a cabin, under the pepper tree, down by the sea

Sunday

The OtherScape Exhibit & Opening at Musée16

Our first Exhibition and show at the new 
Fish Factory space in
Los Angeles!

 orbs
work by Abi Whitehouse 
visitors
 orbs
 work by Monica Roache
 visitors
 work by Alejandro Sanchez
 Artist Gabi Mendoza with work

permanent collection wall
LDK performing
La Planete Sauvage projection
visitor [Lars] with gallerist host
the hosts




Thursday

the Opening of our new Space

Join us on Saturday, October 15th
7-11pm
for the Opening of the ' OtherScape ' Exhibit.
and...For the Opening of our latest space in
Los Angeles at
the Factory Place Arts Complex!



Come see works by :
Abi Whitehouse
Gabi Mendoza
Monica Roache
Alejandro Sanchez

Music performed by :
LDK

Outer landscape projections

Space costume and Halloween attire reception

Musee16.com


our new neighbors: République at Factory Place

A wonderful new place will be opening up just downstairs and around the corner 
with everything one could ever want in a
bakery, french bistro and bar under a 1920's warehouse roof...


read more :


Saturday

musee16 fish factory

The new gallery space
in an old fish factory
for
Musée16

Los Angeles, Ca.
Opening in October!

Tuesday

an afternoon distraction


[chinese graphic design from the 20th century]

Looking through some books
of wonderful
20th century graphic designs.




Sunday

in the news


Coming soon in the fall...
inside of an old fish factory
over by the train tracks 
 down by the river
off the beaten path and 
off to the side slightly of downtown 
...
Announcing :

The Musee16 Art Gallery
in Los Angeles


Wednesday

The Dog's Breakfast part 2 at Musée16

Join us at Musée16 for the
Dog's Breakfast exhibit part 2
on Saturday, July 2 from 7-10pm.
Works by Maite Josefa Horta, Susan Eastman, 
Abi Whitehouse, Alex Sanchez & Noelle Maline


Finger foods and refreshments
along with
Bits and Pieces Projections
from Lindsay Anderson's 1973
O Lucky Man!
...
This will be the final opening and closing of 
The Dog's Breakfast exhibit.
This also marks the wonderful ending show and last month
for Musée16 at the Santa Ana space.


Thursday

Fetiche Macotte [1933] - The Mascot

by Ladislas Starewicz
born as Wladyslaw Starewicz in Moscow


part one



part 2










Wednesday

places you [might] never want to visit



The definitive guide to the worst, most horrible islands in the world including snake ridden deathtraps, radioactive beaches, breeding grounds of disease, poisonous play lands, islands of the insane, and the island kingdom of a murderous madman.
begin here~

Sunday

fans, art and artists- the opening last night




[works by Maite Josefa Horta]


[works by Susan Eastman]

[works by Alejandro Sanchez, Maite Josefa Horta, Noelle Maline]



Opening - The Dog's Breakfast

Saturday June 4th 
7-10pm
at Musee16

 

Finger foods and refreshments
along with
Bits and Pieces Projections
from Lindsay Anderson's 1973
O Lucky Man!

This sprawling, 
surrealist musical serves as an allegory for the pitfalls of capitalism, 
as it follows the adventures of a young coffee salesman through Europe.




exhibiting for June/July

["dog's breakfast," which has been British slang for "a complete mess" since at least the 1930s. While no one took the time to write down the exact origin of the phrase, the allusion involved seems to be to a failed culinary effort, perhaps a burned or botched omelet, fit only for consumption by the mouth of last resort, Fido. As a vivid figure of speech meaning something so fouled up as to be utterly useless, "dog's breakfast" can cover anything from a play plagued by collapsing scenery to a space mission ruined by a mathematical error.]

Wednesday

printed and in circulation

here are the latest cards
for the musée 

things on walls

no. 1
 view of wall around the corner:
{personal wall of things found and
things given by other fellow artists}


no. 2
view of the wall in shop:
{original art postcards, old toys and things of lost or
abandoned places, field guides to places
in the middle of nowhere and a telephone that still works}


{inside the musee16 - April 1st}


window of the entry-way

this is up in the display
as you enter the building

it will be up for one month

Sunday

from a far: part two


Saturday May 7 
 opening at
Musée16
[exhibits till the end of May]

places
not so much how they were  
but how you sort of remembered them
:part two


original art works by

sherry lynn - california
pippa possible - oregon
lost goat - california

projections of unknown home
movie and road trip film makers
of memories and scenes from
unknown past adventures

music to collect rocks on the
side of the road to

bavarian pretzels
&
lemonade

exhibits till the end of May

Wednesday

Tuesday

alright .. smile & hold still

Now look good for the camera...

These beautifully taken and composed photos 
{Mugshots}
are from the
Justice & Police Museum collection
{random 1920's}







[found here: click on man's petticoat above]

Monday

photos of people we don't know...

but wish we did:





At the Musée - Sat. March 12

art, music & petite pastries
One day event  -  Grrl Fair  -  4 - ?pm
Art in Musée's No.L hallway gallery
by
Jacqueline Rivera
Sherry Lynn

map: 

info about event:

Tuesday

Zanikly Svet Rukavic

obscure film shorts
selection for march

'Zanikly Svet Rukavic"

for your viewing enjoyment...
part 2


'The Vanished World of Gloves'
by Jiri Barta
1982

{part 1 & part 2
shown in the gallery for
the month of march}

Monday

under a microscope

3 glass slides

~ leaf ~
~ blow fly ~
~ ash ~

the art and science of remembering everything

in every way that matters,
we are the sum of our memories.

on average, people squander forty days annually
compensating for things they've forgotten.

in a time when electronic devices have
rendered our individual memories obsolete..
this book might help us resurrect the forgotten art 
of remembering the things that have slipped
our minds..


 by the co-founder of the
Atlas Obscura, an online guide to the world's
wonders and curiosities.
Moonwalking with Einstein
is Joshua Foer's first book. 

[click on the staircase for more about Joshua
and his book]


Saturday

musée 16