Triforium Fridays
We love good ideas made public as art

NOW Art LA partners with members of the Triforium project, Tom Carroll, Jona Bechtolt, Claire Evans, and Tanner Blackman to revive Joseph L. Young’s Triforium a “polyphonoptic” public sculpture in downtown Los Angeles.

Joseph Young’s Triforium shines again with Triforium Fridays, a series of dynamic activations curated by the Triforium Project to bring downtown’s Los Angeles’ long-maligned “polyphonoptic” public artwork back to life with performances by Reggie Watts, the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, the Institute for Art and Olfaction, and many more special guests to be announced.
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1. Aiso Parking Garage (city-owned, therefore cheap), 101 N Judge John Aiso St:  https://www.yelp.com/biz/officine-brera-los-angeles?osq=officine+brera
2. Weller Court underground parking ($10 flat rate, cash only), 227 E 2nd St:  https://www.parkme.com/lot/90522/weller-court-los-angeles-ca
3. Wakaba LA (across the street from Weller Court), 232 E 2nd Sthttps://www.parkme.com/lot/81442/wakabala-los-angeles-ca
4. Sho Tokyo Parking (Joe’s), 350 E 2nd St:  https://www.parkme.com/lot/47032/350-e-2nd-st
  • Category: Multimedia
  • Curated By: YACHT
  • Produced By: NOW Art LA Tanner Blackman & Tom Explores LA
  • Supported By: LA 2050 & the National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Supported in Part By: Councilmember Jose Huizar & BedRock.LA
  • Special Thanks To: LightRiders Light Installation & Midframe Legacy Computer Conservation
  • Event Dates: October 19, October 26, November 2
  • The Estate of Artist Joseph Young: Leslie Young & Cecily Young
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@triforiumproject
@la2050
@NOWArt_la
@dtlafwd
@cmjosehuizar
@5everyday

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