Nov 1, 04:30 PM
Fallen Fruit, Fruitique! Opening Nov 1st. Arts Restore LA with the Hammer
FRUITIQUE! part of the Hammer Museum‘s LA2050 project, Arts ReStore LA
Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young) collaborate with artists to create a site-specific art installation that functions both as an exhibition and also as a retail store open to the public. The project combines curated and consigned art works into a Fallen Fruit installation project using our fruit wallpaper as a common ground. The public is invited to participate at the ‘Fallen Fruit Factory’ and re-imagine found objects (hand-picked items from thrift stores with fruit as a theme) into art objects that explore the margins of the every day and contemporary art.
Fruitique! 10920 Kinross Blvd, Westwood CA 90024
Thursday-Saturday 11am-8pm; Sundays 11am-5pm
opening event Friday Nov. 1st 7-9pm #ArtsReStore
Arts ReSTORE LA: Westwood is organized by the Hammer Museum as part of the Goldhirsh Foundation’s citywide LA2050 initiative. Arts ReSTORE is made possible by a major grant from the Goldhirsh Foundation and has received significant funding from UCLA.
Cake and Eat It
Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young)
Fallen Fruit (David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young)
National Bitter Melon Council
Frances Frankie Ro
Susan C. Weber