US: CHG 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition

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Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery presents their amazing 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition (on view until May 15th, with the second instalment on view May 22nd-June 26th).

Promising to be one of the highlights of Los Angeles’ Spring art season, CHG’s anniversary show is a special two-part event featuring new works by over 100 international artists ─ from world-acclaimed masters to the hottest new emerging artists ─ in the New Contemporary, New Figurative, Neo-Classicists, Pop Surreal, Pop Iconic, Street and Graffiti, Eco-Pop, and Fantasy Romanticists movements. Participating artists helping the gallery honour this milestone include Adrian Cox, Buff MonsterD*Face, DOSSHAUS, Eric Joyner, HUSH, Korin Faught, Miho Hirano, and many more.

The downtown Los Angeles gallery celebrated the debut of part one of their 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition this past Saturday (4/10) with a two-hour live-streaming event on Instagram (@CoreyHelfordGallery), featuring appearances by contributing artists, who shared insight into their new works, and fielded questions from fans.

If fans missed it, the virtual opening is available to watch on IGTV. The show is available to view online (at the gallery’s website) or in-person during the gallery’s visiting hours (Thursday-Saturday, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm) through May 15th. Part two of the group show premieres at CHG on May 22nd, with more details and the line-up to be announced.

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L to R: “Relatively Irrelevant” by D*Face, “Alaris” by Franc Kaiser, “Shelter 1” by Chloe Early, “California Dreamin’” by Buff Monster, “Little White Bear Boy” by Mayuka Yamamoto

Corey Helford Gallery opened its doors in April 2006, with the mission of bringing new artists to the public’s attention, in a fine-art gallery setting, but with a populist bent toward works that appealed to a younger, less elitist body of collectors, who were eschewing the cold, conceptual world of ‘blue-chip’ fine art for more relatable works, reflecting pop culture and current lifestyles. Starting with a 2,400 square-foot space in Culver City, CHG’s current home is a 12,500 square-foot space, housing three distinct galleries under one roof, in the arts district environs of downtown Los Angeles.

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