US: Corey Helford Gallery – ‘Seven-artist’ Exhibition

[L-R]: “Splash Mountain” by Andy Adamson, “On the Nature of Daydreaming No.3” by Helice Wen, and “Life Is Meant To Be Enjoyed” by kozyndan

CHG: Seven Artist Exhibition
On View: Now until April 3, 2021

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery has announced its latest exhibition, featuring a new series of works by seven incredible artists: Andy Adamson, Helice Wen, kozyndan, Rodolfo Loaiza, Travis Lampe, Yang Cao, and Zoé Byland. The exhibition premiered on Saturday, February 27, in the Main Gallery, and the show’s opening was celebrated with a live-streaming event on Instagram Live (@CoreyHelfordGallery).

Seven is called the number of completeness, and CHG’s February show promises a complete view of the latest in New Contemporary art.

Andy Adamson’s ceramics bring his unique sense of humour to pop culture’s favourite characters, Helice Wen’s beautiful figurative paintings capture moments of fragility and intimacy rarely seen, kozyndan’s delightful paintings on Japanese scrolls offer a fresh new take on ‘nihonga,’ Rodolfo Loaiza’s works take the taboos of reality and inject them into the idealised world of Disney, the topsy-turvy world portrayed in Travis Lampe’s paintings is a trip out of pandemia, Yang Cao takes us high above with new additions to his dreamy ‘Clouds’ portraits, and Zoé Byland revisits the past, in her haunting monochromatic portrayals that merge vintage with contemporary.

CHG’s seven-artist show opened (virtually) on Saturday, February 27, in the Main Gallery, alongside a solo show from Luke Chueh, entitled Intensive Purposes, in Gallery 2.

Corey Helford Gallery is located at 571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033, and normal hours are Tuesday – Saturday, from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

COREY HELFORD GALLERY

571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033

Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm – 6pm

Visiting Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 12pm – 6pm

(310) 287-2340

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