Michael Jang and Andrew Bush

Do Art created a FALL program with another round of unique art to be placed on bus benches around Downtown and Boyle Heights. This time, Los Angeles based photographers Andrew Bush and Michael Jang showcase their work in Council District 14 with eighteen installations. The exhibit is sponsored by the office of Jose Huizar and Martin Outdoor Media. Do Art's objective is to create conversations with people on the street about these portrait series, which carry intimate personal views of family, celebrity and those en route. The viewer holds the privileged role of voyeur, observing and surveilling the oftentimes unaware subjects in Andrew Bush's Vector Portrait series which captures travellers on the roadways of Los Angeles since 1989. The selection of Michael Jang's work is from his extended family portrait series 'The Jangs' that he shot while a student at CalArts in 1970 under the direction of Diane Arbus' teacher Lisette Model'. These pictures are far from your average family snapshots, or celebrity shots, in fact, they are filled with a sense of humor and expose the uniqueness of character. The unconventional exhibition 'Those who pass us by' aims to reach out to people on the streets of Los Angeles, and replace advertisements with an art series that is relevant to the site and demographic of the audience. This is a exhibition for Los Angelenos, by Los Angeles artists for Los Angeles residence. 'Those who pass us by' is designed to stop you for a moment on your daily route.


Michael Jang (Los Angeles) Michael Jang's images are allegories of particular points in time, characterized by their candid honesty, decisiveness, and vivacity. SFMoMA has recently acquired a number of his early prints and has exhibited them alongside contemporaries such as Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, and Lee Friedlander.

Andrew Bush (Los Angeles) Represented by M B Gallery in Culver City. The Vector Portraits series has been exhibited extensively in solo and group shows, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College (Wellesley, Massachusetts) and Staatliche Kunsthalle (Baden-Baden, Germany).



José Huizar was born in Zacatecas, Mexico and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley, a Master's degree in Public Affairs and Urban Planning from Princeton University and a Juris Doctorate from UCLA School of Law. He is the first Mexican immigrant elected to the City Council in Los Angeles' history and in 2004, he became the first Latino to serve on the Princeton Board of Trustees.Councilmember Huizar has been awarded numerous awards and distinctions, including profiles by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the 25 figures in the Los Angeles Area that "stand out for their potential to shape lives" and by Hispanic Business Magazine as one of the "100 most influential Hispanics" in the United States. "This project gives us the opportunity to bring art to the public right-of-way," said Councilmember Huizar, describing how the project got started. "I want to thank all our partners, especially the artists, for lending their talents to the City."