In a new exhibition at Subliminal Projects, German artist duo Layer Cake challenges an unspoken law of graffiti: Never paint over another writer’s work.
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Working in his trademark minimalist style, Luke Chueh debuts his melancholic series ‘Peering Through the Darkness’ at L.A. gallery Corey Helford this month.
In her latest work, illustrator Camilla d’Errico seamlessly blends elements of manga and pop surrealism with the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Authored by local writer Katie Love, ‘L.A. Artists’ surveys 22 contemporary artists living and working in Southern California’s sprawling metropolis.
This month, Corey Helford Gallery unveils a five-artist exhibition featuring work from Annie Montgomerie, Bob Dob, Sean O’Meallie, aica, and Tada Koiichiro.
Now on view at Corey Helford Gallery in downtown L.A., ‘The Fourth Wall’ includes new work from Chloe Early, HUSH, Ian Francis, and RYOL.
Look alive: we’re delighted to announce that applications for the 2024 NOT REAL ART grant cycle are open until midnight on January 1, 2024. Apply now!
In her first solo museum exhibition, Virginia Beach artist Heather Beardsley debuts new mixed-media work from the evolving ‘Strange Plants’ project.
Recently released by UK publishers Counter-Print, ‘Optic’ showcases the ingenious use of optical effects and visual illusion in contemporary graphic design.
Curated by Anne Martin of Sugar Press Art, ‘NO COMPLY’ features a stunning array of works that tap into the passion and energy of the skate scene.
Staged at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Martin House, Alexandra F. Light’s ballet interprets the lives of six women who played integral roles in the architect’s work.
On view at Subliminal Projects, Ravi Zupa’s immersive solo show explores the role of language in political power structures and state-sanctioned violence.
This month Corey Helford Gallery unveils a four-artist exhibition featuring work from Tarntara Sudadung, Yuka Sakuma, kelogsloops, and Robert Palacios.
This weekend, a two-day art and craft extravaganza honors The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture on its one-year anniversary.
Break out the bikini top, and remember to slather on the sunscreen—summer is finally here, and that means one thing: festival season is officially upon us.
In support of NorCal artist Amanda Lynn, print studio Sugar Press Art presents ‘Humpty Dumpty,’ a virtual exhibition designed to aid the muralist after a recent fall.
In ‘Sugar Rush,’ our fourth exhibition of the year, we invite our audience to the table for a serving of bread, fat, salt, sugar, culture, and conversation.
Internationally acclaimed street artist Hera, aka Jasmin Siddiqu, unveils tender new paintings and sculptures in a solo exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery.
Inspired by the mystery of mummified children found in ancient catacombs, Mayuka Yamamoto captures the bittersweet nature of innocence gone too soon.
In a new documentary from Crewest Studio, LA artist and activist Erin Yoshi shares the driving forces behind some of her most career-defining projects.
Curated by Beautiful Bizarre and presented by Corey Helford Gallery, ‘Secret Longings’ features 80 international artists who reveal their deepest desires.
Featuring new work from Chen-Dao Lee, Jesús Aguado, and Sun-Mi, ‘The Power of Three’ is on display at Corey Helford Gallery in downtown LA through April 15.
Recently released by UK publishers Counter-Print, softbound book ‘Colour Clash’ is packed with color pairings that challenge conventional design principles.
Toronto-based artist Richard Ahnert lets his imagination run wild in a series of cuddly works that explore the abiding kinship between animals and humans.
Corey Helford Gallery’s annual small works exhibition offers collectors with a limited budget the chance to purchase art from their favorite creators.