For most of September, Space 15 Twenty’s pop-up space has been inhabited with a nice little art show dedicated to cycling, art, and the intermixing of the two: Push/Pull: Art and Cycling. The show is relatively small and is equal parts art space, retail space, and biking space. The show definitely is a destination for all bike enthusiasts, as you could see bikes and bikes and more bikes tied up to different posts, with persons coming in and out of the space to scope out what was going on.
Last Monday, the space was home to the release of a bicycle related book: The Urban Biking Handbook. The book is written by Charles Haines, who is currently the chairman at Los Angeles’ own Bicycle Kitchen. The book is a great grab for anyone who owns a bike and particularly helpful for Los Angeles bikers.
If you have yet to see the show, do your best to stop by within the week, as the show closes this Friday. And, if you are really in a pinch for time, swing by the closing party of the event on Friday from 7PM – 10PM. It should be an artsy bikey good time for all.