Long Beach Phantom Galleries
Photo by Liza Simone
After TED Prize winner JR announces his wish live from the TED stage on March 2, 2011, he will kick-off his work the next morning at Phantom Galleries LA in Long Beach.
JR will speak to TED attendees the morning of March 3, 2011.
Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by invigorating the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 25-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.
The streets of downtown Long Beach will be alive with art tonight. And, for the first time the October 24 downtown art walk expands to include an auditory component as well. The Phantom Art Audio Tour will lead visitors on a guided tour of the galleries and artists receptions.
In partnership with the Miller Children’s Hospital’s Stramski Children’s Developmental Center and the non-profit organization, “The Steel Magnolias,” Southern California photographer Linnea Lenkus presents “Healing: A Fine Art Portrait Exhibit of Families of Children with Special Needs.”
The exhibit captures the emotional connections of families raising children with a wide variety of physical, mental and behavioral conditions.
Phantom Galleries LA, a Los Angeles County based organization that transforms properties in transition into 24/7 public art galleries, presents two new exhibtions in Long Beach properties. Each installation is a unique relationship between the participating Artist, Curator, and Property Owner.
In its eleventh running year, Tour Des Artistes will transform the streets with an art and live music festival, surrounded by satellite destinations throughout Downtown Long Beach and the East Village Arts District Saturday, June 13.
Phantom Galleries LA, an organization that transforms vacant properties into public art galleries, will host receptions at 8 temporary galleries in Downtown Long Beach tonight May 2 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The galleries are located at storefronts along the Promendade, East 3rd Street and Pine Avenue.