MANIFESTATION – Sept 24th reception @ Pacific Design Center

Hi Everyone, 

So after you stop by the New Wight Gallery for the 'Without' exhibition, I suggest you head over to the Pacific Design Center for the MANIFESTATION installation with Carrie Paterson, another Cal State Fullerton connection. 

Carrie is an interdisciplinary artist and writer, based in Los Angeles.   She graces the halls of CSUF art department as instructor of a graduate writing class.  We are proud to announce her participation with Carl Berg Projects at the Pacific Design Center.

Here's all the info you will need:

September 8 – October 16
at the Pacific Design Center 

with Carl Berg Projects

Reception to be held in conjunction with the Design Loves Art event
Thursday, September 24

Carl Berg Projects @ Pacific Design Center

8687 Melrose Avenue, spaces B215 and B315, West Hollywood, CA 90069


Manifestation, installation in progress (SPACE B215)

Joshua Aster, Phil Bower, Claudia Bucher, Lindsay Brandt, Tanya Brodsky, Byoung, Claus Castenskiold, Mike Cronin, Steve DeGroodtDavid DiMichele, Brian Hollister, Mitsuko Ikeno, Kristi Kent, Matthew May, David McDonald, Michael C. McMillen, Donnie Molls, Patti Oleon, Carrie Paterson, Paul Paiement, Max Presneill, Ephraim Puusemp, Matthew Ready, David Redwood, Allen Tombello, Allard Zoetman

DUNN_installation view_1_EMAIL

Erin Dunn, Salt Spray Garden, solo exhibition (SPACE B315)

Carl Berg Projects

Carl Berg Projects (CBP) is a new art venture by Carl Berg that will engage in the organization and curation of exhibitions around the greater Los Angeles area. Its primary venue is at the Pacific Design Center  (PDC) in SPACES B215 and B315 where it will be hosting ongoing exhibitions. CBP will be joined by several other galleries and curatorial projects at the Design Center over the next several months.

CBP’s two spaces at the Design Center occupy over 10,000 square in two very different spaces. SPACE B215 is a 4500 square foot large open space with a more traditional gallery look.  SPACE B315 on the other hand is a multi-room space that has distinctive architectural features reminiscent of a small European provincial museum where the architecture is preserved, and not subjugated to the display of the art.

The Pacific Design Center is located at 8687 Melrose Avenue on the corner of Melrose Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard in the heart of West Hollywood.

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