David Hertz will participate in the 2016 CURRENT:LA arts biennial exhibition, which uses contemporary art as a platform for the exchange of ideas around the critical issues that our city faces together. Join us at the Studio of Environmental Architecture on Saturday, August 13th as we showcase a public mural and our solar-powered Skywater machine, providing free water to the Venice community.
57 Market St, Venice, CA 90291
11am to 3pm
Every two years, the CURRENT:LA Public Art Biennial will focus on an issue affecting Los Angeles and other global cities to inspire civic discourse and use contemporary art to deepen connections between people. Putting a new spin on the international biennial, CURRENT:LA democratizes the way people access art by featuring temporary art projects and public programs at outdoor locations, taking art out of the museum environment and into LA's diverse neighborhoods. This citywide cultural event is presented by Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. The first presentation of the CURRENT:LA Public Art Biennial in 2016 is funded by DCA and Bloomberg Philanthropies through its Public Art Challenge initiative.