Saturday November 17th, 6-9pm
Gallery Hours each Saturday 11a-4p thru Dec 15th
Heron Arts is pleased to present One Way Through, a group exhibition featuring Isabel Samaras, Nicomi Nix Turner, Liz Tran, Carmen McNall, Seonna Hong, Lyndi Sales, Nichole Washington, Lauren Napolitano, Faith XLVII, Blanda, Vexta, Ellen Rutt and Rachel Lena Esterline. The exhibition is curated by Tova Lobatz with a portion of the proceeds going to La Casa De Las Madres to raise money and awareness for domestic violence victims. One Way Through opens on Saturday November 17th, 2018 with an opening reception from 6:30-9:30 PM. The exhibition is free and open to the public. The show will be up until December 15th, open for viewing on Saturdays from 11am-4pm and on weekdays by appointment only.
Modern Eden Gallery and Beautiful Bizarre Magazine are teaming up again in 2018 to present the second major group exhibition featuring some of the top names in the new contemporary genre.
Jean Pierre Arboleda
Jessica So Ren Tang
Mary Jane Ansell
Nicomi Nix Turner
Sarah Louise Davey
Stella Im Hultberg
For press inquiries or sales, please contact Gallery Director Kim Larson firstname.lastname@example.org.
Modern Eden Gallery
801 Greenwich St
San Francisco, CA 94133
email: email@example.com | tel: (415) 956-3303
"The Horror Vacui" 3 Person Exhibition at First Amendment Gallery
Featuring works by Kyle Lypka, Nicomi Nix Turner and Grady Gordon
Opens March 23rd
First Amendment Gallery
1000 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
415.523.8282 | firstname.lastname@example.org
November 18th 2016, please join me for the opening of "Writing & Withering", my newest body of work, on display at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia, Penn.
To be added to the collectors list for this exhibition, please email Sara McCorriston at: email@example.com
746 S. 4th Street Philadelphia PA
October 29th at Last Rites Gallery, join us for the annual '13th Hour' exhibition.
Last Rites Gallery
325 W. 38th St. (Store #1) New York, NY 10018
October 29th 2016
With a nod to those things considered dark and eerie, Life is Beautiful, in partnership with M Modern Gallery, will bring Crime on Canvas, the festival’s first-ever art show to the Western hotel-casino. Attendees will have the opportunity to view and purchase original works and rare prints by more than 80 esteemed local, national and international artists. For more info, visit Life Is Beautiful.
The full artist lineup includes: Adam Labuen, Adam Wallacavage, Alex “EaseOne” Pesante, Amy Sol, Amanda Erlinger, Amanda Visell, Andrew Hem, Andrew Schoultz, Annie Owens, Anthony Ausgang, Bob Dob, Bosko Hrnjak, Brad Woodfin, Brandi Milne, Brandon Boyd, Brian M. Viveros, Buff Monster, Bwana Spoons, Camilla D’Errico, Camille Rose Garcia, Casey Weldon, Chantal Menard, Chet Zar, Chris Mars, Christine Wu, Colin Christian, Damien Echols, Dan Quintana, Dave Kinsey, David Stoupakis, Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, Elisabeth Anisimow, Eric Joyner, Erica Flannes, Frances Bean Cobain, Gillean Clark, Giovanni Morales, Glenn Barr, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Gretchen Lewis, Heidi Taillefer, Isabel Samaras, Jaclyn Presant, Jasmine Worth, Jeff Gillette, Jennybird Alcantara, Jeremiah Ketner, Jerry Misko, Jessica Joslin, Jessicka Addams, Joe Ledbetter, Joe Vaux, John Brophy, Josh Keyes, Juan Muniz, Keith Weesner, Kukula, Laurie Hassold, Lindsey Way, Lori Nelson, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Lorri Davis, Luke Chueh, Mab Graves, Martin Wittfooth, Matt Dangler, Menton3, Michelle Valigura, Mike Leavitt, Mike Stilkey, Naoto Hattori, Nicomi Nix Turner, Nouar, The Panik Collective, Ray Caesar, Redd Walitzki, Ron English, Ryan Alosio, Scott Hove, Scott Musgrove, Selena Wong, Shag, Shepard Fairey, ThankYouX, Tim Biskup, Trav, Travis Louie, Troy Brooks and Zoey Stevens.
Pieces will range from approximately $100 to $50,000 and can be shipped from the festival. In addition, there will be two pop-up stores, The Shag Store and M Modern Store.
How do we thank all of the artists and all of our friends, collectors and guests for ten years of amazing exhibitions and celebrations? We throw you the biggest party ever with over 100 of the artists you love and whom we'll be sharing our future with! Corey Helford Gallery (571 South Anderson Street, corner of Willow, Downtown LA) throws open its door at 7pm on Saturday, August 27th, for the biggest exhibition of new works we've ever held.
Advance online previews can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org. Because of the exhaustive list, please indicate the artists you have particular interest in so that we can try to help you get your favorite works. More info to come!
"Cluster: A Group Show of Groupings" - Jonathan Levine Gallery
Featuring works by: Amandine Urruty, Anton Vill, Ben Tolman, Charlie Immer, Drew Leshko, Gary Mellon, Gary Taxali, Luke O'Sullivan, Marco Mazzoni, Nicomi Nix Turner, Ron English, Sam Gibbons, Smithe One, Tran Nguyen and Troy Coulterman
Jonathan Levine Gallery
529 West 20th Street
August 3rd , 2016 - August 20th , 2016
email@example.com 1- 212-243-3822
Mercado Los Olvidados is an annual artist's popup market taking place, fittingly, in underground downtown Los Angeles.
Conceived and curated by Camille Rose Garcia and Pskaufman..., Mercado Los Olvidados was created for the purpose of bringing artists and their communities directly together.
Join Camille Rose Garcia, Nicomi Nix Turner, Mab Graves, Jessick Addams, JennyBird and more for this fantastic 3-Day Event!
8th street & werdin place CA90014 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 90014
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
One Year Anniversary Show - Athen B. Gallery
Featuring works by: Cannon Dill, Franco Fasoli, Herakut, Kyle Lypka, Lauren Berger, Leighton Kelly, Meryl Pataky, Michael Reeder, Nicomi Nix Turner, Ricky Lee Gordon, Sergio Garcia, Sheryo and The Yok, Troy Lovegates, Zio Ziegler, Athen B. Gallery, Downtown Oakland
1525 Webster | Oakland, CA | 94612
Contact | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours | Wednesday to Saturday | 11am to 6pm
"House Party" Group Exhibition
Opening on March 18th 2016
4115 Guadalupe Street Austin, Texas
The show will kick off with a reception open to the public, on Friday, March 18, 2016 from 7pm to 10pm and will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm to until Saturday, April 2, 2016. Mondo Gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX.
"We really wanted to do something huge for our fans this time around, so we asked over 100 artists to contribute original art for $200. We've been blown away by the quality of what has come in. This one might be pretty big,” said Mondo Co-Founder/Creative Director Mitch Putnam.