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The show on ThirtySix: An odyssey of art amidst the stars 

A spectacular night-time art fair located on the 36th floor of the Moxy building downtown LA directly above the celebratory Level8 venue, giving visitors a one-of-a-kind art experience bounded by an endless horizon.


As dusk falls over the City of Angels, a transformative experience awaits on the 36th floor of one of downtown LA's most iconic high-rises. "The Show on ThirtySix" invites you to an unparalleled night-time art fair, a first-of-its-kind event that promises to meld the vibrant illuminated & celebrated art with a horizon of city lights and LA glamour.


Step onto the 36th floor of the Moxy building, host to the Level8 venue, where the boundary between art and the celestial blurs and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city's twinkling skyline. This exclusive event, held under the cloak of night, showcases an eclectic mix of art forms, from evocative paintings and captivating photography to multimedia installations from more than twenty prominent contemporary international artists including Isaac Pelayo, Huang Yulong, Lefty, Fidia, , Kate Garner, James Goldcrown, Ty Joseph, Giuliano Bekor, and more.


’The Show on ThirtySix’ is more than just an art fair; it's a sensory journey designed to enchant and inspire. And as you move through the space, surrounded by the allure of groundbreaking artworks, the open-air terrace beckons, offering a moment of reflection under the starry LA sky. The unique setting, high above the bustling city, fosters an intimate connection with the art, inviting you to engage with each piece on a profoundly personal level.


This exclusive event is tailored for those who seek the thrill of discovery, the joy of beauty, and the excitement of experiencing art in a setting that transcends the ordinary. ‘The Show on ThirtySix’ is your gateway to witnessing the pulse of the global art scene, right in the heart of Los Angeles. It's an invitation to immerse yourself in an ambiance filled with creativity, innovation, and the endless possibilities of the night.


Prepare to be captivated, as ’The Show on ThirtySix’ redefines the art fair experience, blending the electric energy of New York with the sublime beauty of Los Angeles. Join us for a night where art ascends to new heights, and the city's skyline becomes the canvas for a breathtaking, unforgettable journey.


Huang Yulong

As one of the new generation of Chinese artists and part of the ‘post-80s generation’ and ‘only child’ generation, Huang is strongly influenced by the phenomenon of foreign culture in China, which he combines with his fascination with pottery and the material world. Huang is best known for his sculptures of Buddhas in hoodies, displaying an exchange of Eastern tradition and Western contemporary style. He was selected by “Complex” as “25 Contemporary Chinese Artists You Need to Know” in 2013. His sculptures have been exhibited at Niubi Newbie Kids II, at Schoeni Gallery, Hong Kong; “Zeitgeist” Huang Yulong’s Solo Exhibition at Himalayas Art Museum, Shanghai, China; Chinese Artist / Marseille Artist at Marseilles, France; The 4th International Contemporary Art Exhibition at Gwangju Biennale Korea, Art Beijing Art Fair at Beijing, China and etc.

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Fidia Falaschetti

Born in 1977 in Loreto, Italy, Fidia’s journey into art began during his childhood, raised in a hugely inspiring and creative family. At the age of 16, Fidia was hired to produce murals and illustrations for multiple stores and established companies. He grew up inspired by different subcultures, and then refined his creative skills being influenced by street art and the hip-hop world. He studied production design at the Academy of Fine Arts, between Macerata and Florence in Italy, where he graduated in 2002 having already embarked on his professional career as a graphic designer, illustrator, and photographer since 1995. Over the passed very successful years, Fidia exhibited his work in museums, art fairs and galleries in India, France, the United States, Brazil, Indonesia, Switzerland, the UK, and of course, Italy, and has been highlighted by international awards, newspapers and many magazine publications. He also spent long periods of time traveling outside of Italy, taking inspiration in the amazing things which the world has to offer.

Lefty Out There

Lefty Out There (born Francesco Campanella) creates intuitive, repeated shapes and achieves the rare feat of working in contradictions. His work is both bold and intricate, organic but uniform. A simple mark makes up a considerably more complex whole.
Currently residing in LA, but born in Chicago, Lefty Out There was interested in art from his teenage years. Visiting museums, posting stickers across his hometown, consistently drawing, and sketching in the classroom, he soon became involved in the city’s burgeoning street art scene. This began the evolution of his now iconic patterns using the urban landscape as his canvas. The interlocking polymorphs - now Lefty’s signature - appear as hypnotic and almost spiritual as they reproduce and multiply endlessly across every surface.


Lefty’s work began on city walls, but has gained recognition by fine art galleries, like-minded brands, and collectors around the world. By incorporating new technologies into his creative process such as computer programming and precision-engineered machining his artworks have grown into large scale installations for notable locations like the META Headquarters, Chotto Matte, and Nobu. Lefty expresses his mantra “cover everything” by engulfing spaces with his polymorphic pattern to bring attention to the world around us. 

Isaac Pelayo 

Isaac Pelayo is a head on crash collision between The Renaissance and Street Art. In a household where constant turmoil and violence were more apparent than most a young Pelayo met escape and peace within the confines of himself and his own creativity. Hispanic born in the heavy beating heart of Los Angeles on the seventh day of June 1996. Pelayo was caught in the crossfires of everything that surrounded him but art served as his only guidance. After dropping out of college Pelayo turned from his hyperrealistic pencil portraits to oil painting where his passions grew more immensely.

As of today Pelayo’s work is most influenced and fueled by the crème de la crème of old master painters like Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Velazquez as well as graffiti artists such as RETNA, Shepard Fairey, and EL MAC. In 2017 his work caught the attention and landed in the firm grasp of renown rapper and collector Alvin “Westside Gunn” Worthy. He has created several album covers and artworks for the Buffalo rap moguls music label Griselda Records including his personal collection. Pelayo’s paintings are widely recognized and sought out from all over the globe. His collectors include Sean “Diddy” Combs, Westside Gunn, Benny The Butcher, Jeff Hamilton, Shepard Fairey, Jaysse Lopez, and Everlast of House of Pain just to name a few.

John Paul Fauves

John Paul Fauves is a contemporary Artist from Costa Rica . His artistic journey started at a very young age after he became a student of Joaquin Rodriguez del Paso, one of the most important Costa Rican modern art tutors. Fauves spent 15 years studying and mastering his technique, and only a few years ago he finally started showcasing his work. In his paintings he engages questions of identity as they relate to art history as well as our everyday interactions with mainstream culture and social media. Greatly inspired by modernist masters as well as pop-artists, Fauves mixes fragments of different iconic images in vivid and colorful compositions. 

Of his experimental and high eclectic style, he says, “art is an expression from the soul, and the soul is something limitless. This is why I am always searching for different elements to bring into the work.”

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Kate Garner

Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss.

Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times.

Brendan North

Brendan North is a fine art photographer based in Los Angeles. Having built a social media presence of nearly 1 million people, Brendan is one of the most recognized photographers in the world. He specializes in portraiture and conceptual photography. Brendan has created a signature style that captures the glamorous side of society while offering commentary on issues at the same time. He believes that the future of photography lies with the artists who truly have something to say. From images of a virtual paradise to visions of a world dripping in gold, his photos have voices of their own. Finding success in the art world, his prints and NFTs have been purchased by collectors across the globe. In addition to his work as an artist, Brendan has years of experience in model test shoots, editorial assignments, and brand photography. 

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James Goldcrown 

Born in West London, JGoldcrown is a self-taught artist based in Los Angeles. In 2007 James moved to New York, He began incorporating mixed media into his photography influenced by his previous days as a street artist in the early 90’s. His many projects led to his first show at Miami Basel, where his work sold out in 2 hours. Now internationally renowned for his Bleeding Hearts/Lovewall murals, he has collaborated with brands and companies such as, Toms, L’Oreal, Rag & Bone, Sephora, Island Records, Universal, MTV, Vogue, Bandier, Rimowa Luggage, Henri Bendel, Armarni and more.

Kii Arens 

One of the most credible and influential in Los Angeles - the award winning Kii Arens, is a critical driver in the creation of modern pop culture. A contemporary American pop-artist, graphic designer, photographer, director, and musician. His personal work has been in art galleries all over the world. Kii credits Saturday mornings in the '70s spent watching Sid & Marty Krofft as some of his main inspirations. Never formally trained, this St. Paul native grew up with a fascination for album covers, vintage logos, and has created over 500 pieces for artists such as Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Kacey Musgraves, Bernie Sanders, Beck, DEVO, Diana Ross, Lana Del Rey, The Doors, PIXIES, Glen Campbell, Tame Impala, The Replacements, Hollywood Bowl, Coachella, and Desert Trip, widely considered the most successful festival ever to take place.

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Skijtzak, a trailblazing Dutch contemporary artist now based in Los Angeles, embodies the radical spirit of innovation and defiance that characterizes the most provocative edges of the modern art scene. Eschewing the conventional boundaries that have traditionally defined artistic expression, Skijtzak's work is a riotous blend of sound, image, and technology, challenging viewers to confront their preconceptions of what art can be. His philosophy is not just to bend the rules of traditional art but to shatter them entirely, creating spaces where raw, underground hardcore sounds and visuals coalesce into immersive experiences.

Utilizing an eclectic mix of digital platforms, mixed media, and artificial intelligence, Skijtzak crafts installations and works that are at once anarchic and deeply contemplative. His approach to art is reminiscent of the disruptive ethos and is not merely seen or heard; it is felt, a visceral encounter that draws as much from the underground music scenes of Europe and America as it does from the avant-garde art movements of the past century. Skijtzak's work is a testament to the power of art to provoke, challenge, and inspire. In a world increasingly mediated by screens and algorithms, his installations offer a reminder of the raw, unfiltered potential of human creativity when it is freed from conventional constraints. As the art world continues to grapple with the implications of digital and artificial intelligence technologies, artists like Skijtzak are leading the charge, breaking new ground and redefining the boundaries of what is possible.

Olha Stepanian

Olga Stepanian of Cherkasy – a city in central Ukraine – was supposed to be a seamstress but constantly thought of photography. At one point in her life, she decided that she could no longer remain silent. From behind the lens, she tells stories that do not seem to be too influenced by and are not necessarily representative of her cultural setting. “I don’t think my location affects my work much,” she says.

Olga likes the fashion and portrait photographer Rodney Smith (born 1947) – famous for his minimalistic and whimsical art, Sally Mann (born 1951) – known for her provocative shots of the naked and the dead and Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) – a pioneer of candid and street photography. These are the figures she tried to study in-depth. She made an effort to understand the thoughts and intentions behind the moments they would capture.

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Olga’s present portfolio is made up of highly cinematic black and white shots that quietly explore a variety of feelings and situations – loneliness and estrangement, bondage and freedom, restlessness, even gossip. A young girl is suspended limply between two ladders on a barren piece of land. Annoying and frightening human hands emerge from within the cracks of a white wall, urgently wanting to seize and stifle anything within reach. An individual so feels the crushing force of the demands of daily life that they retreat into a cocoon of bandages.

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Rob Woodcox

Rob Woodcox is a fine art photographer and film director currently living between Mexico and the US. As he creates each artwork, Rob strives to capture fragments of a vivid life sewn by the threads of reality, memory and dream. Each concept is a declaration of his experience and seeks to tell a meaningful story to each individual that views it. Rob's passion for photography has developed into a dedication to advocacy; he has produced projects raising consciousness and conversation around the US foster system and adoption, queer identity, body neutrality, racial equality and environmental justice. 


Cleveland native and Costa Rican artist LALO is a new artistic voice known for creating his own worlds that beg to be explored. Through the illustrative language of cartoons, he breaks the barrier between the serious contexts of modern day life and the approachability of nostalgic television themes.Past growing up making art, he continued to higher education when receiving his BFA in studio art and art history at Lake Forest College. Through the visual language of his "biomorph creatures", he contextualizes shared human experience. His work is a contemporary vehicle of discussing themes of duality as well as Art Historical references and nostalgia. LALO's main characters "Alpha" and "Omega" take shape into different versions of themselves in a constant evolutionary process of physical and emotional states. A new world awaits!

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DOT, Daniel Shoykhet, an American born artist raised in New York and Chicago, has quickly gained momentum in the art space. His signature style has connections to the abstract expressionists and the optical art movement of the 20th century. His style has garnered interest from collectors, galleries, and corporate brands alike. Through the use of repeating geometric patterns enhanced by different color theories, a hallucinatory visual field emerges. This leads the viewer's perception to be pushed into a moment of visual confusion. According to theories in Neuroplasticity, these shifts of perception are catalysts that have the potential to rewire neural pathways and to ultimately transform the thinking and behavior of the viewer.

Being self-taught, DOT leans into his instincts to develop his artistic explorations. His break-out mural work in Chicago has led to DOT’s creation of over a dozen murals and gallery exhibitions across the US. While maintaining a rigorous studio practice in his hometown of LA.

Josh Keyes 

Born in 1969 in Tacoma Washington. Josh Keyes received his BFA in 1992 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA in 1998 from Yale University School of Art. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally and has work in private and public collections. Keyes currently lives and works in Portland Oregon with his wife Lisa Ericson and daughter.

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Ty Joseph 

“An art that is a quest through vibrant symbolic visuals of the artist’s identity.” While influenced by Pop Art, with its bold, eye-catching images, Ty’s work is fundamentally an intrinsic desire to express individuality, elegance, and social interactions by applying symbolic overtones. Working with vivid, distinct colors on large canvases, Ty infuses his sense of identity into each of his works with signature sweeps of L-shaped patterns. When viewed from a distance, these patterns create an illusion of unity that, upon closer inspection, reveal a much more complex, multi-faceted image, much like the idea of individuality itself. Ty lives and works from his residence in Los Angeles, California.

Larsen Sotelo 

Larsen Sotelo is a Filipino-American art and fashion photographer based in Los Angeles, California. His work continues to break through stereotypes, in search of provocative beauty and unconventional truths, as well as his professional portfolio, continues to elevate as he eagerly challenges new frontiers from within his craft. Sotelo shot ad campaigns for Paco Rabanne, Jeffrey Campbell, Casamigos, Taio Cruz, Stampd LA, 80s Purple, etc. His editorials have appeared in Vice, Juxtapoz, Nylon, Popular,  Monster Children, P Magazine and many more.   

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Oleg Char

Unearth the essence of contemporary art with Oleg Char – artist, award-winning designer & published photographer, creating masterpieces between the vibrant landscapes of LA & tranquil Bali. His creative journey is inscribed in each art piece & carries a heart-touching message of self-discovery & inspiration. Oleg’s artistry fuses photography, neon, and painting, blending them into a unique spiritual language that invites you to observe the remarkable dialogue between object and subject, capturing the soul in each frame.


astrothebaptist is a moniker for LJ Kim, a mixed media artist & filmmaker based in Los Angeles. astrothebaptist represents the part of him that explores, creates, and finds peace in the cosmos. As an artist, he delves into the world of light, sculpture, space, and architecture, seeking to capture the beauty and wonder of light and color.

Giuliano Bekor 

Internationally recognized photographer, Giuliano Bekor, holds a portfolio that includes work from the realms of fashion, beauty, celebrity, advertising, and fine art. Giuliano’s photography has been featured in top publications around the globe, and his client list includes an endless file of beauty industry leaders, advertising agencies, celebrities, producers, and artists. With 30 years in the industry, Giuliano has perfected his craft to an exceptional level of expertise. Composed of light, color, space and form, Giuliano brings ideas conceptualized in his own imagination into reality throughout his work.

The Show on ThirtySix

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Curated by JM Art Management 

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