Mercado Los Olvidados #4: Artists Market
113 E 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014, USA
Mercado Los Olvidados, loosely translated as the Lost Ones Market and borrowing inspiration from the surrealist Luis Buñuel's film of the same name, is an annual artist's popup market taking place, fittingly, in underground downtown Los Angeles.
Conceived and curated by Camille Rose Garcia and Pskaufman..., Mercado Los Olvidados was created for the purpose of bringing artists and their communities directly together.
Foregoing the traditional artist/gallery model, by bringing multiple artists together and allowing them to show the depth of how their work can be interpreted. Mercado Los Olvidados hopes to change the way people think of art, change how and what art they buy and how it could be incorporated into their daily lives.
Please check our Instagram for daily line-up announcements. Once all artsists are announced, we will update this section... trying to keep 'ya on 'ya toes with excitement!
Artist Line-up subject to change
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FRIDAY NIGHT PREVIEW October 21st from 7-10pm
Get a first look and access to shop artists' offerings before the official opening. Open bar + bites 7-10pm.
SATURDAY October 22nd from 12pm-6pm
SUNDAY October 23rd from 12pm-5pm
TICKETS CAN BE BOUGHT AT THE DOOR IF STILL AVAILABLE
pskaufman... gallery 113 e 8th street, down the alley los angeles, ca 90014
CONTACT 213-244-1276 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please let us know if you require ADA access to the event. We need advance notice to accomodate as our gallery is in the basement of a 100 year old building. There is elevator access available through a different entrance with a person available to assist. Please email us at email@example.com to discuss accessibilty.
PRESS - please RSVP to the Friday night preview event at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student with Valid School ID
General Admission w/ poster - Early Release (SAT + SUN)
General Admission w/ poster + tote - Early Release (SAT + SUN)
Opening Night VIP Preview - Early Release (FRIDAY)