Emergency On Planet Earth: In A Time Close To Now

403 Foothill Rd. Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Oct 09, 11 AM - 5 PM — ends Oct 31, 2020
BY APPOINTMENT

Parker and Clayton Calvert, Manny Castro, Todd DiCiurcio, Daniel Fuller, Iva Gueorguieva, Heather Haynes, Jamiroquai, Glenn Kaino, Rob Reynolds, Toni Scott, Ai Weiwei, Nathan Wong


These are fragile times. Each morning our purpose grows more urgent. Our world does not look recognizable, and what we now view is normal, would shake the foundations of those that came before us. In this time, we must reflect upon our deeds to mankind and our planet. Have we cared for each other and our Earth the way we should? Do we live up to the high principles that so many have defined for us for so many years? Answering these questions takes us on a journey to discovery. Requiring that we review our stated mission and urgently try to control the outcome for future generations. The year 2020 will be marked as one that changed the tone of how we survive, it forced us to question our very purpose and required that we be mindful of our impact. Over the vast number of years that we have built our great civilization, we find that nature has a way of reminding us of what is most important; clean air, water, and soil to grow the bare necessities of our existence. This year we were served a warning that our mission is far from complete as we watched as the world stop. In this time of adjustment, what do we want the outcome to be, how should we move forward, what do we take with us and what is left behind? I am sending out an SOS, we have an Emergency on Planet Earth.

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Image: Rob Reynolds, Earthrise #1, 2020
Oil, alkyd and acrylic polymer paint on canvas