E3 is the world’s premier event for computer, video, and mobile games happening June 12-14, 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. For three days, the industry’s leading professionals from the interactive entertainment industry will connect and showcase never-before-seen products. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is honored to promote E3 with hundreds of City Light Pole Banners throughout Los Angeles.
The world premiere of “Soft Power” is taking place at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles through June 10, 2018. The contemporary comedy explodes into a musical fantasia in the first collaboration between Tony Award® winners David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori. The production follows a Chinese executive visiting America who finds himself falling in love with a good-hearted U.S. leader as the power balance between their two countries shifts following the 2016 election. “Soft Power” overflows with the romance, laughter, and cultural confusions of the golden age of Broadway. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with Center Theatre Group to advertise the production with City Light Pole Banners.
The LA Opera presents “Rigoletto”, the unforgettable tale of a father’s rage, a daughter’s shame, and a self-centered ruler who thinks he can get away with anything. Several of opera composer Giuseppe Verdi’s best-known tunes accentuate this timeless tragedy of sacrifice, betrayal, and revenge in this performance. “Rigoletto” is more than just a cornerstone of opera repertoire, it’s also one of the most heartfelt of all stage works. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with the LA Opera to create and install these beautiful City Light Pole Banners throughout Los Angeles.
The Annenberg Space for Photography presents “Not an Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library”, a large selection of rare and handpicked works from vaults of the World’s largest library, many never widely available to the public. This exhibition spans across the history of photography—from daguerreotypes, the first photographic process, to contemporary digital prints. Iconic portraits of Abraham Lincoln, John Lennon and Elizabeth Taylor appear alongside unusual images, such as, Stanley Kubrick’s “Strong Man’s Family” (1947), John Vachon’s “Ice Fishing, Minnesota” (1956), and Nina Berman’s “Flammable Faucet #4, Monroeton, PA” (2011). Vivid color portrayals of America are highlighted in juxtapositions of popular travel views from the late 19th century on a screen next to striking contemporary scenes. A documentary film produced by the Annenberg Foundation featuring interviews with exhibit photographers, historians, authors, political figures, and civil rights leaders, is also on view. “Not an Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library” invites visitors to experience America’s shared heritage. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is honored to work with the Annenberg Space for Photography to produce and install City Light Pole Banners for the exhibit.
The Sunset Strip has been a world-famous destination for excitement, expression, and escapism for nearly a hundred years. Stretching 1.6 miles connecting Beverly Hills and Hollywood, The Strip has in many ways been a launching platform for pop-culture. To preserve the unique and notorious brand for which The Strip is known, an association of businesses created the Sunset Strip Business Association (SSBA). Today, the Sunset Strip Business Improvement District is dedicated to the partnerships, programming, and civic resources to businesses that are keeping the culture alive for the next hundred years. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is honored to work with the Sunset Strip Business Improvement District to created beautiful banners that line the Sunset Strip.
Art + Practice presents “Maren Hassinger’s The Spirit of Things”, an exhibition with sculpture, performance documentation, and videos that explore the emotional dynamics of relationships amongst different communities of people, and between them and the environments in which they live. For over four decades, Maren Hassinger has explored relationships between the industrial and natural worlds in a practice that is both meditative and critical. Since the 1970s, her sculpture has incorporated common materials associated with manufacturing, mass media, and commerce. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with Art + Practice to promote the exhibit using City Light Pole Banners.
The La Cienega Design Quarter (LCDQ) presents “Legends 2018”, a 3-day celebration of design that brings together thousands of people from the interior design, decor, art, fashion, and architecture fields. The “Legends” event features more than 40+ receptions, keynote panels, forums, parties, personal appearances and numerous other opportunities for people to see and engage in dialog about design. This year the LCDQ celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Legends event with the theme “Today’s Vision, Tomorrow’s Home”. The theme will be expressed in the 50+ window displays of the member LCDQ shops, showrooms, and galleries in the La Cienega Design Quarter. Be sure to catch a glimpse of the La Cienega Design Quarter’s “Legends” City Light Pole Banners and the beautiful window displays this spring.
The Hammer Museum presents “Stories of Almost Everyone”, an exhibit about the willingness to believe the stories that are conveyed by works of contemporary art. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is pleased to work with the Hammer Museum to promote the “Stories of Almost Everyone” exhibit using City Light Pole Banners.
The Broad’s exhibit of “Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth” features more than 120 extraordinary paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings by one of America’s greatest artists. Highlighting signature works from the Broad collection with loans from more than 50 international public and private collections, The Broad’s presentation marks the first comprehensive survey of Jasper Johns in Southern California in more than 50 years. A collaboration with the Royal Academy in London, Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’ traces the evolution of the artist’s six-decade career through a series of thematic chapters, encompassing the full range of Johns’ materials, motifs and techniques. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with The Broad to produce and install City Light Pole Banners to promote the “Jasper Johns” exhibit.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) of Los Angeles presents “Real Worlds: Brassai, Arbus, Goldin”, an exhibit that brings together the works of there of the most influential photographers of modern life. Drawn largely from the MOCA’s collection of photography, the exhibition provides remarkable opportunities to explore the ways in which Brassaï, Diane Arbus, and Nan Goldin use the camera to reflect and transform the world around them. “Real Worlds” features approximately one hundred works by the three artists, including Brassaï’s unforgettable images of the nocturnal denizens of Paris, Arbus’s most memorable and unsettling portraits, and Goldin’s searingly poignant documentation of herself and her community. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is proud to work with the MOCA to create and install City Light Pole Banners to promote the “Real Worlds” exhibit.