On December 13, 2012 LAB ART, the Nation’s largest art gallery dedicated to Street Art, proudly presents “AMERICANA”
“I wanted to crash together the American experience, dream and psyche and liberate it.”
- Random Act aka Andrea LaHue
Deepening the experience and reflecting the cooperation within a vibrant culture, “AMERICANA”
Punctuating the evening, actors Kevin Will and Will Dixon will perform The Gettysburg Address written by Abraham Lincoln and The Revolution Will Not Be Televised written by Gil Scott-Heron, at 8pm and 9pm, respectively.
The opening event will feature “Americana”
Random Act is widely recognized for monumental botanical paintings and her extraordinary journeys to “uplift, beautify and inspire” main streets across America. The exhibit is a stylistic evolution - a deeper exploration of American iconography layered in paint, portraiture and transfers. Her innovative blend of fine art and street art celebrates American ingenuity and redemption. “AMERICANA”
LAB ART presents Random Act aka Andrea LaHue “AMERICANA”
For press previews, interviews and opening night RSVP contact Rachel Joelson at info@LabArtGallery.com or 310-525-9355.
Media Contact: Rachel Joelson
LAB ART Gallery
217 S. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
About LAB ART GALLERY
LAB ART Los Angeles is dedicated to an alternative exhibition of street art and installation. The gallery features works of more than 20 of the most prominent and up and coming names of the Los Angeles Street Art scene and beyond. Spanning 6,500 square feet of gallery space, LAB ART offers art collectors and art lovers a dynamic roster of vibrant and thought-provoking exhibitions.
About Random Act aka Andrea LaHue
Andrea LaHue has been painting flowers all her life. Exhibiting internationally, LaHue’s stylistic fusion of fine art aesthetics and street art spirit stems from her experience growing up on American military bases in Europe and painting her way across Main Street America’s abandoned buildings during recession and war. From sidewalks to galleries, LaHue is recognized for her uplifting naturalist sensibilities and inspired social commentary. Currently living in Los Angeles, Random Act continues to travel and paint flowers for the people.
Opening Event: December 13, 2012 6-10
Exhibition: December 13, 2012 to January 13, 2012
GETTYSBURG ADDRESS performance by Kevin Will. www.kevinwill.com
THE REVOLUTON WILL NOT BE TELEVISED performance by Will Dixon. firstname.lastname@example.org
MUSIC BY: DJ TY and Buzz Can’t DJ