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DotDotDash: Art Walk Preview

By Ed Fuentes
Published: Thursday, November 08, 2007, at 10:05AM

For tonight's November Downtown Art Walk there will be a chill in the air, so slip on that trenchcoat and DotDotDash your way around Gallery Row. One item of note, then much more after the jump...


Gilville Notes: At Tuesday night's Ambassador of Goodwill awards, Tom Gilmore announced that the homeless Museum Of Neon Art (MONA) will be getting a display space at 4th and Main, and will have it for at least a year while the group looks for a permanent home ..— Split Personality: M.J. Higgins relocates and Gallery Number 1 will be at 400 S Main St, Suite 103 (enter on 4th) while M.J. Higgins Gallery Number 2 will be at 519 S Spring St.


More Down Main St: Esotouric opens its fun-to-read press release with "gentle reader" before giving details of tours like Saturday's Hotel Horrors or Main Street Vice, trips that highlight the darker side of Downtown..— Kim Cooper sends word that Esotouric 's own Richard Schave will be on one of tonight's Art Walk DASH buses and will give gallery goers stories of "skid row sin" (I want to design that T-shirt).


Special Tour The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA offers free admission during Art Walk (5-8pm) for the new exhibit (c)MURAKAMI. Tonight includes a walkthrough led by Chief Curator Paul Schimmel ..— Morono Kaing Gallery continues Chinese Video: Chord Changes in the Megalopolis Curated by Kevin Power.


5th and Main Cluster: Bert Green Fine Art opens Clive Barker: New Paintings and Works on Paper. "Once asked by an interviewer what he wanted (besides his name) on his tombstone, Clive Barker replied: "Imaginer." Reception is from 6-9 pm..— Across the Way: Pharmaka continues Tres Desperados- The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.


More El Nopal Press brings artist Alexis Disselkoen to Gallery Row. Alexis uses Downtown staples, fabric and bare bulbs, to create an installation within the gallery space _..— Best Exhibit Name:__ There's low brow, and high brow art. Now see "no brow" in digital form and renamed ibrow at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art.


Group Shows: Art Murmur gives "three visually diverse artists" an opening reception Saturday. Get a peek at the work of Jim Caron, Yaya Chou and Pamela Grau Twena who explore "The universal theme of innocence and the fall from grace [that] has been explored by artists for millennia."


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