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"Eva Hesse"; a documentary on creating art, one woman's personal journey & the exciting creative community of The Sixties.
"Eva Hesse"; a documentary on creating art, one woman's personal journey & the exciting creative community of The Sixties.
468 backers pledged $66,386 to help bring this project to life.

Only 7 Days Left In Our Kickstarter Journey & We Love L.A.

Posted by Marcie Begleiter and Karen S. Shapiro (Creator)
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Image: Eva Hesse & Her sister, Helen
Image: Eva Hesse & Her sister, Helen

Our Kickstarter is more than three quarters of the way done, and we are 63% funded. Thank you Kickstarter backers, and supporters of the film, Eva Hesse.

With SEVEN days left, it's GO TIME to $54,000!

We want to encourage our supporters to share our project, and we have a question for you? Do you, or someone you know love L.A. as much as we do? We want to give a little love to our backers in Los Angeles, so today we are featuring two unique opportunities to art lovers on the West Coast.

Mike Todd's Los Angeles Studio is One of Our Premium Rewards
Mike Todd's Los Angeles Studio is One of Our Premium Rewards

The first is LUNCH AT THE STUDIO OF SCULPTOR MIKE TODD. Eva and Mike Todd were close friends in the mid-1960s, sharing studio visits and a group of friends that included the artist, Paul Thek. Visit him in his spacious Los Angeles studio, have a meal and talk about art, Eva Hesse and the sixties.

Tour Los Angeles' New Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Art Center with Paul Schimmel
Tour Los Angeles' New Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Art Center with Paul Schimmel

The second one-of-a-kind reward is offered by Hauser Wirth & Schimmel who are opening a unique art center in Los Angeles' burgeoning downtown Arts District.

PAUL SCHIMMEL , former Chief Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, takes you on a tour through the new Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery.  The center will be sited in a historic 100,000 square foot flour mill complex. Tour the opening exhibition with the curator and talk about the site's transformation from a sprawling collection of late 19th and early 20th century buildings and outdoor spaces into a dynamic, multi-disciplinary arts center.

Reaching our goal of $54,000 is important, not only to the film and its success, but to you who have pledged.  We need to meet or exceed the full amount or we will not be funded, and your pledges will go unrewarded.

So, Kickstarter supporters, do you or someone you know 'Love L.A.'?  You can give yourself or them a reason to Love L.A. even more!

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