HERE IS SOME OF OUR WORK
Bisco Smith: Artist Residency with Art At The Rendon
March 2022: Art At The Rendon hosted contemporary artist and DJ Bisco Smith for 6 weeks at their private pop-up artist residency studio in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. In this video, Bisco shares his process of creating artwork and his latest series, RE/STRUCTURE. @biscosmith // biscosmith.com
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MOncho 1929 in Los Angeles Arts District
February 2022: The Rendon Media crew followed Moncho1929 as he painted a new mural, Wild and Free, at The Rendon, located at 2055 E 7th Street in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. In this video, Moncho1929 shares his upbringing with art and how it has driven both his public works and paintings. Mancho 1920: moncho1929.com
MOCA, in partnership with Vans, the action sports footwear and apparel brand, presents limited-edition lines of footwear and apparel featuring art by California artists Judy Baca, Brenna Youngblood, and Frances Stark, as well as designs inspired by MOCA’s iconic logo. Launching for Holiday 2021, all Vans x MOCA products are now available on the MOCA Store. Proceeds benefit participating artists and MOCA.
Vans x MOCA Project Overview // Runtime: 3:00 min
Vans x MOCA: Brenna Youngblood // Runtime: 1 min
Vans x MOCA: Judy Baca // Runtime: 1 min
Vans x MOCA: Frances Stark // Runtime: 1 min
Nychos in Los Angeles Arts District
On March 20, 2021, the Rendon Media crew followed Nychos as he painted a new mural, Electric Eel, at the Rendon, located at 2055 E 7th Street in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. In this video, Nychos discusses his artistic process, the symbolism of the eel emerging from the grid, and the Arts District neighborhood he calls home. Nychos: https://rabbiteyemovement.at/
The Rendon Hosts Robin Frohardt’s “BAG”: Film Screening & Installation
An all-cardboard short film created by Robin Frohardt with original music by Freddi Price, BAG follows the journey of a plastic bag from the present day to the far off-future. Intricate handmade sets and lo-fi special effects come together to weave an ode to the foreverness of plastic. BAG Premiered at the Aspen Shorts Fest in 2020 where it won the Ellen Award and Special Mention in the animation category.