Exploring What It Means to Be Human at John Wolf’s “Human Condition” Opening
“Human Condition,” an immersive and site-specific art exhibition curated by renowned art advisor John Wolf, held an intimate opening night reception in Los Angeles, CA. Sprawling throughout over 40,000 square feet of the former Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, the exhibit features work by over 80 artists, with each piece designed to re-contextualize the hospital’s history through an exploration into what it means to be human. Guests mingled and strolled through the former hospital’s hallways while taking in the exhibit’s artwork for the first time.
During the event, Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco was served either on the rocks or in a specialty cocktail called the “Dragones Tincture.” This particular craft cocktail brought the presence of autumn to sunny Los Angeles through its subtle notes of pear and soft citrus, while the awareness of Halloween’s proximity was heightened by a costumed waitstaff clad in hospital scrubs.
Read more about the exhibition, its artists, and more here.