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MDCI House Presents Art House Nights

From the creator and producer of last years’ monthly art salon at Palihouse West Hollywood, Art House Nights (series partners included LACMA Muse, Los Angeles Magazine and Uber) comes the return season of Art House Nights brought to you by pop up art gallery MDCI House. Each month beginning in August, MDCI House will host a large-scale art party at a different hotel in Los Angeles. With the night being equal parts art exhibition and full-on party, there will also be DJ’s spinning, drink specials, live art, giveaways and much more.

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In August, LACMA artist Robert Standish will exhibit his new collection at Mr. C Beverly Hills. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, August 15th from 7pm to 2am in the lobby lounge and will feature signature cocktails with DJ Bobby French spinning all night. Guests will also enjoy complementary rides by car service, Lyft. Valet parking is also available.Travel Tea Sets
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In September, fashion photographer Karen Bystedt will exhibit her series of iconic photographs of Andy Warhol exclusively at Teddy’s at The Hollywood Roosevelt. In October, Art House Night moves to The W Hollywood Hotel with the party taking place at the pool deck at Drai’s Hollywood. November’s party returns to Palihouse West Hollywood and the legendary Chateau Marmont will be the venue for December’s “holiday edition” party. All artists and programming for these future shows to be announced at a later date.

This season, series partners include: Fabrik Magazine, Lyft, Scenester TV, Muse Vodka, FLG Psyche and the nonprofit Inner City Arts (to whom a portion of all sales of art will be donated). All exhibitions at hotels will last a minimum of 3 days. For all inquiries, please email Chris Hemerlein at chris@mdcihouse.com.

Please email hello@mdcihouse.com to RSVP. Guest list policy is strictly enforced.

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