Debra Scacco in Take Me Home L.A. 6.21.16

Thursday, June 23 5-10pm
Free and open to the public

Max Lofts Grand Opening
819 S Santee St

Pop-up shops



Standard Vision x Think Tank Gallery Lounge, Chimento Contemporary, SAGE Projects,
REN Gallery, Get Down Town, Diego Cardoso, Sarkis Vartanian of Daily Dose Cafe, Lila Ash, Public Decibel, Mak Made, Coral Forest, Ten Stairs, Debra Scacco, Karen Bystedt, Whits & Giggles aka Whitney Gibson & Shelley Holcomb, Harvey Opgenorth, Jos McKain,
Genevieve Belleveau, La Porscha Wynne-Winningham, Greg Barnett, Jil Stein, Andrea Bogdan, Marc Mez, Chiara Ferrari, Nate Page, Jan McCarthy, Joe Bruns, Viktoria Gokun, Louis XXX, Knowledge Bennett, Sauri, Paper Machine, Cocodune, Geschwister Fischer with
European Designers and more


Organized by Ari Simon, Get Down Town L.A.
and Daniya Mussina, Creatives DTLA
Drinks by Pattern Bar
Music by Neonderthal

Scotch & Art Tours provided by Langley Social Club

Support provided by LA Fashion District and Ariana Nussdorf

In tandem with LA Design Festival

Special thanks and congratulations to Capital Foresight on their newest LA home, the Max Lofts


What does it mean to be home in Los Angeles? For many, it’s a generator of boundless possibilities. A meandering landscape where new ideas originate in unsuspecting spaces. In this wide-­stretched home, creation is the primary tenant. Los Angeles offers a siren calling to paint here, sew here, sing here, build here, evoke the past of here and envision the future of here.

Calling L.A. home comes with an implicit responsibility to grapple with its unruliness. Profound questions often arise of this mobility-­restrictive urban system, of social injustices past and present that have scorched our streets, of how to best distribute a limited amount of resources in a desert ecosystem still expanding in size and scope.

In celebration of the grand opening of The MaxLofts, 96 new homes in a historic Art deco high-rise in LA’s Fashion District, we invite Los Angeles to see these new lofts by experiencing the greater home that surrounds us. On Thursday, June 23, we hand over the keys to locally-­based art, design, fashion, and cultural entities. We invite neighbors far and wide to come inside and experience the many creative industries that are reflective of this home: at­ the intersection of several Downtown LA communities, based in the Fashion District, one of the most culturally unique, complex, dynamic neighborhoods of Los Angeles.