ART:LA: "The Summer Show"

June 26-July 31
Reception: June 26, 7pm

Just in time for beach season, sixspace opens an exhibition featuring sunny, playful new works by three emerging artists: Jen Corace, Caroline Hwang, and Deth P. Sun.

Illustrator Jen Corace makes her Los Angeles debut with new acrylic and pencil works. LA-to-NYC transplant Caroline Hwang showcases her unique assemblage style sewn pieces that incorporate fabric, thread, and paint.

Deth P. Sun presents larger-scale paintings on canvas of his sometimes cute yet mostly deviant characters.

Artist bios: Jen Corace, based in Rhode Island, has done record covers for Red Square Records and web design for public art commission, “The Color of Palo Alto.”

Caroline Hwang was born in Minneapolis, but has spent the majority of her life is sunny SoCal. Finding inspiration in everyday things, including crafts, graphic arts, quilting, films, and music, Hwang’s tactile assemblage style incorporates fabric, thread, and paint to create collaged images that communicate raw human emotion, self-reflection, and the dynamics and difficulty of human relationships.

Deth P. Sun’s work has been included in exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and London. His artwork has been featured in and was recently on the cover of Asia cult-pop magazine, “Giant Robot”. He enjoys the work of: Takashi Murakami, Inka Essenhigh and James Jarvis.

Find it: sixspace
549 West 23rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Get info: (213) 765-0248

Find more art events worldwide in the June 2004 issue of "Arte Six".