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"New Beginnings: Francesco Modigo"
2005-12-14 until 2006-01-21
Los Angeles, CA,
USA United States of America
NoHo Gallery LA 's featured artist Francesco Modigo has created his own personal "New Beginning" by choosing to focus exclusively on his art. He started painting in 1992 and has already exhibited his work in Italy, Indonesia, Australia, Singapore and the U.S. His work is reminiscent of Modigliani with hints of Miro. The "New Beginnings" Group show (December 14-January 21) will highlight a broad range of styles and mediums from a richly talented group of artists from various backgrounds in order to give visitors a true taste of Art in LA.
Francesco Modigo was born in Trieste, Italy in 1948. He began painting in 1992 as a self-taught artist. Francesco has received several positive reviews through the years, including an award of appreciation for his art from the Dade County of Florida. In 1995 he prepared the decorative setting for the exhibition of the "Design of the Italian shoe" in New York, San Francisco and Orlando. Through his numerous international exhibits - Italy, Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, Florida, New York and Los Angeles - he is now on many collectors' lists of Up- Coming Artists.
NoHo Gallery LA was created to give all artists of all mediums a platform in which to promote their work. Curator Daniel Coronado DeBevoise‚s goal is to see art in every home and artists successfully immersed in their art. NoHo Gallery LA, a division of NoHo Communications Group, is housed in the historic Lankershim Arts Center, built c. 1939 as a DWP building, renovated by the City of Los Angeles and is now a designated historic landmark. The center is also home to the award-winning Road Theatre Company making it a true center for the arts. The NoHo Arts District is home to more than 20 theatres, diverse art galleries, public art, professional dance studios, music recording venues, annual festivals, international dining options and a myriad of clothing and specialty shops. NoHo is "Where the Arts Are Made."
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