Off/On Neon Art Show At The Palladium May 21st – Free To The Public
The Off/On Neon Art Show is coming to the Palladium May 21st through May 28th. The event will take over the outside windows of the Palladium, creating a neon visual artscape that all passersbys can enjoy.
This event is produced in partnership with Pabst Blue Ribbon, local Neon artist Dani Bonnet, and the Museum of Neon in Los Angeles. The gallery is all about making light in the dark, a theme that many have unfortunately struggled with in this most difficult year. The ornate, glass blown, vibrant signage will illuminate the darkened streets of Los Angeles for the entire week, sending a message of love and hope.
Some of the most prominent Neon artists are participating in the gallery, including neon art legend and transgender activist Roxy Rose, who’s family were the largest producers of neon signage during its peak of popularity in the 40s + 50s all the way to today. Other participating artists include Leticia Maldonado, Jess Krichelle, Brooke Barttelbort, and mixed media installations from Yai Villa, Ronald Monahan, and more.
The show is completely free to the public and visible at the street level.
The Museum of Neon Art will be leading guided tours that meet at the Palladium and examine the iconic neon signage in the surrounding area.
Off/On is one of several art installation series that Pabst Blue Ribbon launched this year as a part of the blue label’s 1000 Creators initiative, a commitment to commissioning work from 1000 creators across the country who’ve been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Off /On Neon Art Show at the Palladium May 21st – May 28th
– 6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028