Save the Date: Herakut “Masters of Wrong”, at Corey Helford Gallery – March 26th

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Save the Date: Herakut “Masters of Wrong”, at Corey Helford Gallery – March 26th

HERA + AKUT = HERAKUT, an artist duo from Germany, whose street art has been seen on virtually every continent: Europe, Asia, Africa, North & South America, Australia. The walls of major and exotic cities alike have all been graced with the unmistakable style, beauty and the raw elegance of their works. There have been numerous…

Save the Date: “Layers” with Essi Zimm, Toshee, Nicholas Bonamy and Joey Feldman at The Gabba Gallery – March 12th

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Save the Date: “Layers” with Essi Zimm, Toshee, Nicholas Bonamy and Joey Feldman at The Gabba Gallery – March 12th

  We are really looking forward to  the opening of “LAYERS”, four simultaneous solo exhibitions at The Gabba Gallery, featuring the work of artists Essi Zimm, Tōshee, Nicholas Bonamy, and Joey Feldman, curated by Jason Ostro. Opening reception is on Saturday March 12th from 7pm-11pm. There will be music by DJ Jonathan Williams, and the Richeeze Gourmet…

Preview and Save the Date for “Women of the New Contemporary” in Riverside: Sunday 2/28

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Preview and Save the Date for “Women of the New Contemporary” in Riverside: Sunday 2/28

Artist’s Republic Gallery, is curating a special exhibition for La Sierra University in Riverside. The exhibition titled Women of the New Contemporary, is opening on Sunday February 28th, with a reception from 5-8pm. The exhibition, will showcase the work of 30 female artists, and include special installations by Martha Rich and Deanna Templeton, along with presenting five outdoor murals.…

Coverge from Tuesday Night’s Book Signing & Talk, with Lynn Goldsmith, at the Morrison Hotel Gallery

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Coverge from Tuesday Night’s Book Signing & Talk, with Lynn Goldsmith, at the Morrison Hotel Gallery

West Hollywood’s Morrison Hotel Gallery (located at Sunset Marquis Hotel) hosted acclaimed photographer Lynn Goldsmith in a book signing & talk with close friend & jewelry designer Loree Rodkin, on Tuesday February 9th, 2016. The 100 person audience clamored to hear of Lynn’s very early start in photography, the evolution of her career, and inside…

Last Week to Experience TRACTIONARTS in the DTLA Arts District with NASA’s video of the Sun!

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Last Week to Experience TRACTIONARTS in the DTLA Arts District with NASA’s video of the Sun!

TRACTIONARTS has been a video venue in the heart of the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District for nearly three years, showing films from twilight to midnight. Actually, it’s been a window facing Traction Ave at the corner of Avery, between SCI-Arc’s parking lot and the new the new Arts District Brewery. TRACTIONARTS was started by…

Fabrik Expo Highlights & Cartwheel Art/Cartwheel Art Tours Booth: Featured Arts District Artists and Tomorrow’s Book Signing with Rodrigo Ribera d’Ebre Writer/Director of the Film Dark Progressivism.

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Fabrik Expo Highlights & Cartwheel Art/Cartwheel Art Tours Booth: Featured Arts District Artists and Tomorrow’s Book Signing with Rodrigo Ribera d’Ebre Writer/Director of the Film Dark Progressivism.

Cartwheel Art is excited to be a media sponsor for Fabrik Expo–a celebration of art, design, multi-media and performance art–that premiered with an opening preview party last night benefitting Inner-City Art, a non-profit arts organization based in Downtown Los Angeles, that provides professional art instruction to under-served youth. Fabrik Expo fair platform presents emerging and established cross-disciplinary…

Coverage Summary from Miami Art Week 2015, with Guest Contributors Perspectives Capture through words and Visuals

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Coverage Summary from Miami Art Week 2015, with Guest Contributors Perspectives Capture through words and Visuals

It was that time of the year: Miami Art Basel, when the balmy city became home to more than 20 distinct pop-up art festivals during the highly anticipated, high energy first week of December in 2015. From sophisticated Art Basel for the cultural connoisseur, to graffiti-clad and urban art of Wynwood, Miami there was something for…

‘Between Worlds” at Corey Helford Gallery Opens at New CHG Space in Boyle Heights.

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‘Between Worlds” at Corey Helford Gallery Opens at New CHG Space in Boyle Heights.

On Saturday night, December 12th, in Corey Helford Gallery‘s new 12,000 square foot, Boyle Heights location,  “Between Worlds”, a new group exhibition curated by Caro, exploring the fantasy of planets and lands yet to be explored, will open. The exhibition is a follow up to “Dreamlands”, where artists pushed the boundaries of the limitless landscape of…

Ron English: “NeoNature: We Are the New They” at New CHG Space in Boyle Heights

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Ron English: “NeoNature: We Are the New They” at New CHG Space in Boyle Heights

“Neo: Nature: We Are The New They” is an appropriate title for Ron English’s new show at Corey Helford Gallery which opens December 12 at their new 12,000 square foot, Boyle Heights location with a reception from 7pm to 10pm. Saturday’s opening marks the opening of CHG’s DTLA space and the debut of Ron English’s…

James P. Scott “Built Paintings” at LA Artcore Brewery Annex

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James P. Scott “Built Paintings” at LA Artcore Brewery Annex

Join us at L.A. Artcore Brewery Annex, on Sunday December 6th from 1:00-3:00pm, for James P. Scott‘s solo show “Built Paintings” opening reception. At 2:00pm there will be an artist discussion. The show will be up through December 27. The work in James’ solo show is an evolution in his oeuvre,  setting aside representational painting in…

Cartwheel Art’s Team of Guest Contributors for Miami Art Fair Week 2015

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Cartwheel Art’s Team of Guest Contributors for Miami Art Fair Week 2015

It’s that time of the year: Miami Art Basel, when the balmy city becomes home to more than 20 distinct pop-up art festivals during the highly anticipated, high energy first week of December. From sophisticated Art Basel for the cultural connoisseur, to graffiti-clad and urban art of Wynwood, Miami has something for everyone: public art…