Tuesday, November 12, 2019

dnj Gallery-- Upcoming Musical Event

Tuesday, December 10th, 7:30pm 

*RSVP required—office@dnjgallery.net or 310-315-3551; donations at the door.

They perform orchestral music that speaks profoundly to our community and is both representative of its time and timeless, whether written today or centuries ago. Kaleidoscope stretches the boundaries for what is thought possible without a conductor, both by musicians and audiences, to allow us all to grow through the process. By regularly collaborating with living composers, their music represents our time; and, by designing programs that explore less conventional concert experiences, they allow audiences to feel more personally connected to music and the musicians who perform it. 

Monday, November 11, 2019

dnj Gallery presents a Collaboration between art and music

Electronic Punjabi Classical Music:

      An intimate concert featured live Indian electronic raga music with the innovative duo: Raaginder Momi on violin and Nilan Chaudhuri on tabla, co-hosted by LAHouseConcerts and dnj Gallery.

    Celebrating its 20th concert, LAHouseConcerts delights in bringing communities together to enjoy global classical music in intimate spaces in Santa Monica.

The performance was set against the beautiful background of dnj Gallery's group photography exhibition entitled "Awareness," which features six artists who question our understanding and ability to perceive and become aware of our own environment. 

    Guests were encouraged to explore the exhibition during the event.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Opening Reception


Saturday, November 2nd, 6-8PM

 “Awareness,” exhibiting work by: Allan Gill, Janna Ireland, Laura Parker, Ni Rong, Bill Sosin and Robert von Sternberg. A continuance of the gallery’s dedication to presenting photography that emphasizes concepts, thoughts, and impressions, brings together five artists who question our understanding and ability to perceive and become aware of our own environment. The images in this exhibition portray a level of consciousness that is not a final deduction, rather a presentation of various solutions and that add to an elevated state of knowledge.

dnj Gallery artist -- Karen Amy Finkel Fishof

"Selfie",  a piece of Karen Amy Finkel Fishof's newest artwork series, is donated to Art vs. Cancer.  It is a photograms, or a camera-less image that is made by placing objects on sensitized paper, and exposing all to light. According to Finkel Fishof, this technique allows her to share her thoughts and ideas, and  “I consider it drawing with light. It gives me the strong imagery and narrative, with hidden subtleties, … ” 

Wednesday, November 13, 7-10pm
 Various Small Fires Gallery
812 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

dnj Gallery artist -- Ellen Cantor


"Ellen Cantor is a Southern California artist who uses the camera to reimagine the family photo album and objects that hold personal histories in order to explore the distillation and persistence of memory.
Upcoming show:
VISUAL DNA... the language of photographs at dnj Gallery, Santa Monica in March, 2020

 ..."  (READ MORE)

(2) The Italian Cultural Exchange (frizzifrizzi.com) - 
"Given my story, it was inevitable that the photographic series, Prior Pleasures, by Ellen Cantor attracted me like a magnet full of memories: with the technique of multiple exposure, the American photographer manages to recreate the activity of leafing through a single image. a book, an action that could last a few minutes or an entire afternoon, as she no longer needs shots to bring us back to the moment we browsed for the first time, or even another, Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island , to when we stopped to check that the image we had created in our mind matched that of the illustrations. It is not even necessary to specify a moment of time because immersing yourself in a book has always been synonymous with losing any conception.
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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

dnj Gallery presents SofarSounds

The collaboration between fine-art and music continues ...
with the 2nd performance of Sofar Sounds
(secret gigs and intimate concerts).

Saturday, October 19

A Sofar gig is an intimate show held in an unique venue, like someone's living room or an antique shop. It typically features three artists, playing four songs each. Every lineup is specially curated to give our audiences a diverse show.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

"The Naked Eye" -- film screening

dnj Gallery presented Lou Stoumen

From the Permanent Collection of the Museum of
Photographic Arts (MOPA): "Lou Stoumen's New York"

Saturday, October 19th, 1-3pm 

dnj Gallery and the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) presented a special screening of The Naked Eye, a 1956 American documentary film about the history of photography directed by Lou Stoumen. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, this film and conversation will be hosted by dnj Gallery Director, Pamela Schoenberg, MOPA Trustee and dnj Gallery artist, Suda House, and MOPA’s Adult Program Manager, Kevin Linde.

Photographs by Lou Stoumen are available in print form for $250.