The producers of LA club night, A Club Called Rhonda, are putting together a retrospective show at the Pop tART gallery. “Archival Jello: A Club Called Rhonda Retrospective: 2008 – 2012” is being put on in association with web based television network, DJCN—DJ Club Network. Opening reception is on Saturday, March 3rd from 7:00 - 11:00 pm and runs through April 5th.
The exhibit will showcase imagery of the club, including pop culture inspired graphic design by lead art director Trevor Tarczynski alongside club promoters/creative directors Loren Granic and Gregory Alexander, debaucherous stills from Rhonda photographer’s Meredith Jenks and Michael Mendoza and video installations from Rhonda’s ambiance technician Ryan Granic. Basically all things Rhonda—think a selection of graphics, flyers, photographs and videos.
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll be looking at:
If you’re in LA and haven’t been to A Club Called Rhonda, I’m sorry. Seriously, you should go. Why? The fictional demigod of nightlife—a virtual club diva, if you will—has, in only 4 short years, become legendary in her own right. You can read all about the night here.