Nomadic Nights: There Was There

Matthew Brown Los Angeles
712 N La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Saturday, March 20, 2022 3PM - 6PM


LAND is pleased to present Nomadic Nights: There Was There, organized by Alfonso Gonzalez Jr. on the occasion of the closing of his exhibition at Matthew Brown Gallery. Gonzalez presents a one-day group exhibition welcoming audiences to familiarize themselves with Gonzalez’s artistic community.

Featuring artists Rikkí Wright, Sonya Sombreuil, Savannah Claudia Levin, Lizette Hernández, Diana Yessenia Alvarado, and Mario Ayala, the project amplifies how artists’ networks are crucial to their personal and professional lives and thus, emphasizing the collective spirit behind Gonzalez’s work.  ⁠ ⁠ Alongside the group exhibition there will be a set of DJ’s and a musical performance by Brainstory, one of the subjects of Gonzalez’s fictitious concert poster series. ⁠ This Nomadic Night will take place on Sunday March 20 from 3-6pm, in the parking lot adjacent to Matthew Brown Gallery at 712 N. La Brea Avenue. ⁠Special thanks to Matthew Brown Gallery. ⁠

Photos by Bradley Hale.

About Nomadic Nights:
Nomadic Nights are salon-style events, in roaming locations throughout the country, which reflect the diverse ways in which contemporary artists engage and present visual culture. As a departure from conventional formats, Nomadic Nights invites artists to present work, performances, and ideas that comprise the constellation of influences informing the overall creative practice.


This program was made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.

LAND’s 2022 exhibitions are made possible with lead support from the Offield Family Foundation and the Jerry and Terri Kohl Family Foundation. 

Additional support is provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, the LA Arts Recovery Fund, Abby Pucker, the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation, Jay and Deanie Stein Foundation Trust, the Poncher Family Foundation, Brenda Potter, and LAND’s Nomadic Council.