Corey Helford Gallery: Art Collector Starter Kit VII
Annual Group Exhibition
Until January 9, 2021
On Saturday, November 14, downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery proudly presented their seventh annual Art Collector Starter Kit group show, featuring new 12” x 12” works, from artists spanning across the globe, displayed throughout the Main Gallery. To premiere the show, CHG hosted a virtual opening.
Smaller, more affordable new works, by artists that everyone loves, was the inciting idea behind CHG’s popular annual show, when it launched in 2013. Since then, the exhibition has been met with huge crowds and great enthusiasm. The show is back for its seventh installment, ACSK VII, and is bigger than ever, featuring top artists in the New Contemporary art scene.
The artist line-up for the Art Collector Starter Kit VII group show includes:
Arturo García de las Heras
Huang Po Hsun
Kai and Sunny
The London Police
Miguel Escobar Uribe
Richard J Oliver
Roby Dwi Antono
The Art Collector Starter Kit VII group show opened on Saturday, November 14 in the Main Gallery, alongside solo shows from Chie Yoshii in Gallery 2, and Bennett Slater in Gallery 3. Corey Helford Gallery is located at 571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 [normal hours are Tuesday – Saturday, from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm].
Please note: In order to keep their family of artists, collectors and staff safe, and in compliance with the COVID-19 state-wide mandate, the physical gallery will remain closed until further notice, but can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) was first established in 2006 by Jan Corey Helford and her husband, television producer and creator, Bruce Helford (The Conners, Anger Management, The Drew Carey Show, George Lopez) and has since evolved into one of the premier galleries of New Contemporary art. Its goals as an institution are the support and growth of young and emerging, to well-known and internationally established, artists. CHG represents a diverse collection of international artists, primarily influenced by today’s pop culture, and collectively encompassing style genres such as New Figurative Art, Pop Surrealism, Neo Pop, Graffiti, and Street Art. CHG is located in Downtown Los Angeles, in a 12,000 square foot building, presenting new exhibitions approximately every six weeks.