Our EXHIBITION HISTORY in DTLA
2017 Exhibitions & Events
17.13| Mid-Century Style | Exhibition and Wine Tasting | at the Eldorado in DTLA September 7th
17.11| Rhythm On Canvas: An Intimate Evening with Rock Legend and Visual Artist Carl Palmer | August 30th
17.10 | Memories of Zanzibar | Gary Palmer | June 3rd through July 15th
17.09 | Present But Not Involved | Street Photography Group Show | April 29 through May 27th
17.08 | FATHOM ART | Series Two | Rohitash Rao Artist Talk |April 1st | CTRL Collective in DTLA
17.07 | Wear We Art | Runway Show | March 13
17.06 | Wear We Art | Sandy Bleifer, Dennis Callwood & Frances Harder | March 11 through April 8th
17.05 | ART+WINE |Capturing Fashion: Derujinsky: Soirée Parisienne & Dinner | February 23rd at Café Pinot
17.04 | FATHOM ART | Series One | Hugh Kretschmer Artist Talk| February 9 Artist Talk | CTRL Collective in DTLA
17.03 | Underbelly: An Exhibition of Comics Masquerading as Art | Rohitash Rao and Kathy Hepinstall Parks
17.02 | Capturing Fashion: Gleb Derujinsky | Special Presentation & Book Signing | January 7through January 17 at FATHOM
17.01 | Robert Landau | Rock N Roll Billboards | Exhibition | January 12 -February 5 | Fine Arts Building in DTLA
Book Signing and Special Gallery Walk Through by Andrea Derujinsky highlighting her father's fashion photography.
16.05 | ROCK/LIGHT A Singular Tale | Paintings & Poetry by Joshua Elias | 11.18.16 through 1.07.17
Abstract painting and poetry inspired by the artists 2016 trip to Iceland.
16.04 | Raw Sugar No. 1| Sugar Press Artists Group Show | September 10 through October 23
Original works and edition prints from Los Angeles artists published by Sugar Press. The selected works showcase a wide mix of contemporary art styles including abstract, expressionistic, figurative, pop, urban pop, word art. The artists themselves come from a wide mix of backgrounds and are in varying stages of their careers. It's about art/life, Sugar Press.
Andre Miripolsky | Andrea Bogdan | Ashley Payne | Bisco Smith | Colette Miller | Erin Yoshi | Isabelle Hope Grahm | Kate Carvellas | Larry Lott | Matthew E. Weinberg | Matthew Heller | Paul Juno | Rafael Serrano | Raphaele Cohen-Bacry | Raúl De La Torre | Rohitash Rao | Sarah Stone | Shplinton | Timothy Robert Smith | Yuki Toy
16.03 | Transitions Translated| Isabelle Hope Grahm | June 20 through August 9
Abstract and Non Objective Painting that showcase Isabelle’s use of dynamic tension and color palette that bounce between bold primary and metallic hues all the way back to misty three dimensional interpretations.
16.02 | Los Angeles - It Looks So Real | Robert Landau | April 16 through May 28
Photographs of the Los Angeles Urban Landscape -- a 40 year tour of Los Angeles through the lens of native son Robert Landau. Although he travels the world shooting on assignment, Robert always comes back to his first love, The City of Angels. | See Images Here
16.01 | Welcome to the Intersection | Rohitash Rao | February 20 - March 27
Urban pop with a sense of humor and a bit of an edge - working in mixed media on found objects, Rohitash presents his unique perspective on American pop culture by crafting clever mash-ups that far outweigh the sum of their parts.
15.05 | Oddities and Entities | Hugh Kretschmer | October 10 - December 12
Hugh Kretschmer fine art, editorial, and commercial photography, each showcasing Hugh’s approach to illuminating the human condition with a bright light of surreal irony. See Images Here
15.04 | Absence of Corners | Bill Ward | August 15 - August 29
Special Engagement and West Coast Premiere | Artist Talk | Rhythm On Canvas Project
15.03 | Rock On Paper | The Photography of Richard E. Aaron | June 20 - July 11
Presenting the life's work of one of the most important Rock 'N' Roll Photographers in history. | See Images Here
15.02 | L.A. STORIES:100 Years of Watson Family Press Photography |May 12th - June 6th
10 Men. 4 Generations. 1 Family. 1 City. | See Images Here
15.01| 30 Days and 30 Nights of Photography | April 1 - April 30
One Month. One Gallery. Thirty Photographers. Thirty Opening.