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Announcing New Gallery Hours

Due to the increasing attendance of our exhibitions, the gallery will now be open from 11am to 7pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Please stop in during the evening if you find yourself in West Hollywood.

Current Exhibition

October 24 - December 19

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Upcoming Exhibitions
Ian Ingram

January 16 - February 27, 2016
Opening Reception: January 16
Pedro Barbeito, Lydia Dona, Franklin Evans, Fabian Marcaccio

March 12 - April 30, 2016
Opening Reception: March 12


Artist NEWS

featured by Distinct Daily

Distinct Daily produces a documentary series showcasing contemporary artists and their sources of inspiration. Works from Ganske's most recent solo show with the gallery, The Future is Always Tomorrow, are featured alongside the artist in his Queens, NY studio.

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interviewed by Tufts University's Experimental College

Robbins refers to her pieces as "Rorschachs," after the well-known psychological test. In this interview with Madeleine Delpha - who first met the artist in 1995 - Robbins discusses the visual, psychological, and scientific themes she explores in her work. What do "hypothalamus," "basal ganglia," and "epigenetics" have to do with Robbins' work? Click through to find out!

A trio of graphite-covered Rorschach totems


Artist Exhibitions

Native Bone and Far to Home
Davidson College
Davidson, North Carolina
Nov. 5 - Dec. 16, 2015
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The Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College present a collection of paintings and drawings completed by Williams from 2007 until present. 

In conjunction with the exhibition, the gallery produced a 44-page catalogue with an essay by Peter Frank and an interview between Lia Newman and Williams.

Kent Williams' gallery talk for Native Bone and Far to Home

Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
Weston Art Gallery
Cincinnati, Ohio
Nov. 20, 2015 - Jan. 17, 2016
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Inspired by the punk band Black Flag’s influential 1981 song of the same name, artist, independent curator, and Cincinnati native Todd Pavlisko (Boston, MA) presents an exhibition that examines the varied experience of amassing objects and the practice of collecting. He has selected artists who accumulate and amass objects to form sculptural installations.

Into the Void, 2015. Oil and acrylic gesso on medium density fiberboard with stainless steel hardware. 120 x 102 x 3 1/2 inches


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