Location Armory Center for the Arts

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Address 145 N. Raymond Ave.
Pasadena, Ca
91103
Contact Phone 626-792-5101

Events at Armory Center for the Arts

Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 4: Liat Yossifor, Gesture (as) Consequence

In this exhibition, Yossifor’s time-based painting process converges with the quintessential time-based medium, wet cement. The more the material moves, the faster it dries; each subsequent motion a consequence of the gesture that came before.

Date: 01/18/15

Time: Noon

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Joel Glassman: Humdrum Poetry

The Armory presents a series of unrealized, never-before shown, and groundbreaking early works (produced from 1971 through 1989) examining Glassman’s musings with the mundane. Through repetition and simple gestures, he reveals and isolates moments in time that often go unnoticed, and creates visual poetry with his chosen materials.

Date: 01/18/15

Time: Noon

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Category: Ongoing Events

Off The Wall 2015

The Armory Center for the Arts’ wildly popular biennial benefit and art auction, Off The Wall, is set for Saturday evening, April 11, 2015. With a lively auction of artworks by the region’s finest contemporary artists and a veritable feast of delectable hors d’oeuvres, our eagerly anticipated gala is a wonderful way to support the Armory and our mission.

Date: 04/11/15

Time: 6 P.M.

Cost: $175.00

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The Making of Personal Theory: Mysticism and Metaphysics in the Work of Sara Kathryn Arledge, Charles Irvin, and Jim Shaw

"The Making of Personal Theory: Mysticism and Metaphysics in the Work of Sara Kathryn Arledge, Charles Irvin, and Jim Shaw" is a three-person exhibition that takes notions of “the mystical” as an entry point to consider daily encounters that are marked with eccentricity, the surreal, and a dream-like passage of time. Representations of mystical or spiritual alternatives to normative culture suggest that the common is oftentimes complex and culture oftentimes askew, and that subjective, “alternative” normals are equally legitimate.

Date: 01/18/15

Time: Noon

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Category: Ongoing Events