deasy penner podley Launches A New Hancock Park Office With An Evening Of Art

 

Here at deasy penner podley, art and design are at the forefront of our minds and our business. So what better way to introduce our newest office than an exciting evening of art? DPP partner Hannah Sloan is curating an art exhibition to be on display for the launch party of our Hancock Park office located in the heart of Larchmont Village. Sloan has been advising private collections and curating exhibitions of contemporary art since 2005. For our office launch, Sloan has carefully selected works by artists Paula Riff and Manfred Müller. Riff is a Los Angeles based artist known for her unique ‘camera-less’ photographic works on paper. Müller works mainly as a sculptor between Los Angeles and Düsseldorf, Germany. Both artists explore form and color in intriguing ways and with a contemporary sensibility.

The event will take place on Thursday, May 16th from 5:30-8:30pm at 132 N Larchmont Boulevard. Please RSVP to rsvp@dppre.com

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