Curated by Crescent City
50% of proceeds from this sale will directly benefit Crescent City, the inaugural production of The Industry, LA’s new home for experimental opera.
Jeff Kopp was born in 1975 in Hartford, Connecticut, and is currently based in Los Angeles. He received an MFA from California Institute of the Arts and a BFA from Hartford Art School, University of Hartford. His work takes on various forms including sculpture, photography, intervention, and text. He has exhibited throughout North America at venues including Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art and Western Front Exhibitions, Vancouver. He was recently commissioned to produce a permanent, public artwork for Culver City’s Art in Public Places Program, and is currently producing a large-scale installation, which will serve as part of the set in the upcoming production of Crescent City, an opera debuting in May, 2012 in Los Angeles. He is represented by Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles.
Artwork Selected by the Curator
Olga Koumoundouros - Dive Bar Sweet Spot
Crescent City is the inaugural production of The Industry, Los Angeles’ new home for experimental opera. Directed by Yuval Sharon and produced by Laura Kay Swanson, Crescent City is a hyper-opera featuring music by Anne LeBaron and libretto by Douglas Kearney. The Industry commissioned six visual artists – Mason Cooley, Brianna Gorton, Katie Grinnan, Alice Könitz, Jeff Kopp, and Olga Koumoundouros – to create a major new sculptural work for the immersive set of Crescent City. The production runs May 10-27 at Atwater Crossing. 50% of proceeds from the sale of works curated by Crescent City will directly benefit the production.