Doug Aitken

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Mike Myers, Doug Aitken, and Matthew Barney
Mike Myers, Doug Aitken, and Matthew Barney

Photo Credit: Donato Sarella/Getty Images for Regen Projects

Members of L.A.’s elite art scene came together to toast the opening of Doug Aitken‘s “Still Life” exhibition at Regen Projects, followed, of course, by an even more intimate dinner at Chateau Marmont.

Eli and Edye Broad
Eli and Edye Broad

Photo Credit: Donato Sarella/Getty Images for Regen Projects

More than 300 guests turned up at the gallery earlier this month to check out the exhibition, which spans a variety of media encompassing photography, sculpture, publications, sound, and single and multi-channel video installation.

Katherine Ross, Michael Govan, and Shaun Caley Regen
Katherine Ross, Michael Govan, and Shaun Caley Regen

Photo Credit: Donato Sarella/Getty Images for Regen Projects

After enjoying nibbles and a preview of the LA-based artist’s works, including Earth Cube, Glass Horizon and END/RUN, the haute crowd drifted towards the Chateau for dinner.

Philippe Vergne and Shaun Caley RegenPhoto Credit: Philippe Vergne and Shaun Caley RegenDonato Sarella/Getty Images for Regen Projects


Those who turned up to celebrate Aitken’s success included LACMA director Michael Govan and Katherine Ross; MOCA director Philippe Vergne and Sylvia Chivaratanond; actors Julian Sands and Mike Myers; Oscar-winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan; director Mira Nair; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art director Neal Benezra, LAXART director Lauri Firstenberg; MOCA curator Helen Molesworth; Hammer curator Ali Subotnick; artists Matthew Barney, Catherine Opie, Sergej Jensen, Thomas Demand and Liz Glynn; plus collectors Edye and Eli Broad, Susan and David Gersh and Nayla Audi.

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