GDCA Gallery is excited to announce our special April, 2019 group exhibition, in honor of World Art Day - "Sundry”

Exhibition Dates:

April 6th - April 30th

Art Walk:

Thursday, April 30th from 6-10pm


Monday, April 15th from 12-7pm

Gallery Reception: 

Saturday, April 20th from 6-10pm

Participating Artists - 

Susanne Belcher, Michele Castagnetti, Andrew Eyler, Siri France, RK Kaloger, Rodger Klein, Parviz Payghany, Tanya Ragir, Richard Reiner, Bill Sherwood, Sali Swalla & Robert Toll. 

Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts

727 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

(323) 309-2875

DELSON LOUNGE solo exhibit

Cole Altuzarra: “Factory Black”

Action Painting revisited - where painting meets performance. Cole Altuzarra presents a collection of dramatic mixed media paintings and canvas sculptures in the tradition of action paintin

Exhibition Dates:

April 6, 2019 - April 30th, 2019

Art Walk - 

Thursday, April 11th from 6pm - 10pm

World Art Day - 

Monday, April 15th from 6pm - 10pm.

Artist & Gallery Reception - Saturday, April 20th from 6pm - 10pm

Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts

727 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

(323) 309-2875

"The Essence"

"The Essence"

Art Meets Architecture is delighted to present "The Essence" a project by Italian artist Stefano Panichi curated by Anna Dusi.


"The artist always has the vision to create his own interpretation of human nature.

We humans share more than 50 percent of our DNA with plants, animals, minerals, sun, stars and the universe, this is the Essence.

Believing the human being not as a master entirely, but as part of the whole, to the harmony of the transformation continues, the new, the current." - Anna Dusi, Curator


Opening night will include a unique performance by Los Angeles-based international performance artist, and founder of Participlay, Elizabeth Yochim, alongside Los Angeles based, classically trained, sopranos Kate McCallum and Jahna Perricone. In concert with the building itself, they will create an immersive avant-garde performance, in outrageously inventive costuming, engaging the essence of Stefano Panichi's art through sound and movement. The performance will begin at 7pm. 


As part of the Downtown Art Walk, the opening reception will be held on Thursday, April 11th from 6-8pm in the lobby of the Fine Arts Building at 811 W. 7th Street. Live Jazz by Granville "Danny" Young & Joe Lo Piccolo and tasty flavors from local Brazilian favorite, Wood Spoon.


The self-guided public art phenomenon known as the Downtown Art Walk brings thousands of art lovers and community members to an ever-evolving Downtown Los Angeles. With exciting and unique offerings around every corner, Downtown celebrates the arts on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the galleries, artist studios, and cultural institutions of the Historic Core, including the Fine Arts Building. More info at www.DowntownArtWalk.org


Anna Dusi was born in Milan (Italy). As an art curator she has been involved in the art world since 1996. Since 2007 she was a Deputy Curator of Building Bridges Art Exchange in Los Angeles, a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating an understanding among cultures worldwide through international art exhibitions, artist exchange and residency programs; she curated numerous international exhibitions in USA, Europe and Mexico. From 2015 she become an independent curator collaborating with different galleries, organizations with a foundation between USA and Italy. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.



Stefano Panichi  https://www.stefanopanichi.com/

Elizabeth Yochim https://participlay.wordpress.com/

Jahna Perricone  https://jahnamusic.com



The Fine Arts Building

Historic Cultural Monument

811 W. 7th Street in Downtown Los Angeles

Gallery Hours: 8am - 8pm daily

Lisa Ames


Build Bridges, Paint Walls

Build Bridges, Paint Walls

Save the Date: “Build Bridges, Paint Walls” is Friday, May 3!
Cartwheel Art is thrilled to be the event producers (and a community partner) for the upcoming “Build Bridges, Paint Walls” exhibition at The Rendon Galleryin the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, May 3-5, 2019.  Build Bridges, Paint Walls is a cross-cultural collaboration that will feature pieces from Colombian street artists DJLU/JuegaSiempre, El Care Barbie, Erre, and Toxicómano, alongside work from the Los Angeles-based Las Fotos Project, a nonprofit organization that inspires teenage girls through photography, mentorship, and self-expression. Read more here.
“Build Bridges, Paint Walls is a clear example of what can happen with a common interest—we can build great things. From a small seed like street art, we can build bridges like the ones that today are taking us to exchange culture and knowledge, opening the minds of everyone involved in the project.”
– DJLU/JuegaSiempre
RSVP for the opening reception on Friday, May 3, from 7 – 10pm. 
Admission is free, but the event is a fundraiser for Las Fotos Project, and they will receive 100% of all donations collected. The opening night festivities include a performance by California punk band Deseos Primitivos and a DJ set by Skwirl Sauce. The corner dive bar, Licha’s Bar and Grill, will be open, serving beer sponsored by Angel City Brewery and sparkling mineral water by Topo Chico. Sus Arepas and Memije's Tacos & Catering will have food available for sale on site.
Get tickets here.
If you can’t make it to the opening reception, “Build Bridges, Paint Walls” will also be open to the public on Saturday, May 4, and Sunday, May 5, from noon to 6pm.