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ALEXANDER YULISH OPENS AT GALLERY BROWN TOMORROW NIGHT

After an impressive show with Gregory Siff's Matter of Time, Gallery Brown opens its next exhibition with abstract artist Alexander Yulish. Yulish creates everything from portraits to landscapes in his nearly art brut style, showing multiple new pieces for his solo show, titled Interior Stories. Visit the opening tomorrow night at 6PM. Details below.

Alexander Yulish - Interior Stories
Gallery Brown
140 S Orlando Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90048 

Show opens: Saturday, January 19th, 6PM-9PM

Louise Browne, Photo by Dorothy Wilding, 1937. 

A dancer and musical comedy star, who went on to encourage many young dancers in Britain. American-Born, Browne’s career began in the Ziegfield Follies. She starred in many musicals at the Gaiety Theatre, London, including The Girl Friend in 1927. In the 1930s she held the world record for pirouettes (over 80 consecutive spins). Browne married an English diplomat, Keith Liversidge, she moved to Norway in 1945 whilst in Oslo returned to full time training. Louise together with Gerd Kjolass founded and directed the Norske Ballet which eventually became the Norske Opera Ballet (Den Norske Opera & Ballett).

Louise returned to London in 1950 and began her long and fruitful association with the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD). She successfully ran the RAD Summer school and served on the dance panel of the Arts Council of Great Britain. In 1971 Louise was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award and in 1978 the Order of the British Empire for her services to Ballet. 

National Portrait Gallery, London