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Gallery Viewing Room

In lieu of traditional advertisements, the rest of this issue is dedicated to a gallery viewing room. Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold, we recognized the need for visibility for the exhibitions and artists affected by the pandemic in our community.

These pages are a small step toward the type of engagement with art that we are all used to, but by no means a permanent salve to the widespread effects that the pandemic has had on our local art community. There is much work to be done to create new structures that help to support and sustain our community, and we stand by ready to adapt, collaborate, and create new opportunities in response to the rapidly changing landscape.

Thank you to all of the galleries who made the production of this issue possible by participating in this viewing room.

Participating Galleries: Angels Gate Cultural Center, Big Pictures Los Angeles, Blum & Poe, Bridge Projects, Charlie James Gallery, Feuilleton, Five Car Garage, Klowden Mann, Moskowitz Bayse, Nicodim Gallery, Parrasch Heijnen, Philip Martin Gallery, Regen Projects, Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, The Pit, Wilding Cran Gallery

Note: This mobile version only includes one image per gallery. Go to the full issue to see all images and artists included. 

The Pit

Heather Rasmussen, Untitled (Broken glass, daikon and pointed foot) (2020). Pigment print, 30 x 40 inches. 
Image courtesy of the artist and The Pit.

Wilding Cran Gallery

Fran Siegel, The Collection (2018/19).
 Image courtesy of the artist and Wilding Cran Gallery.

Moskowitz Bayse

Christopher Iseri, Multiverse II (2020). Flashe, acrylic, graphite, thread, and canvas on canvas, 85 x 72 x 2 inches. 
Image courtesy the artist and Moskowitz Bayse.

Philip Martin Gallery

Edgar Bryan, Klezmer Fantasy in E Major (2020). Charcoal, acrylic, and oil on canvas, 76 x 64 inches.
 Image courtesy of the artist and Philip Martin Gallery. Photo: Jeff McLane.

Charlie James Gallery

Narsiso Martinez, Super Fresh (detail) (2020). Ink, gouache, charcoal, and collage on found produce boxes, 84 x 133 inches. 
Photo: Joshua Schaedel.

Blum & Poe

Broadcasts: Three Day Weekend Presents “The Gallery is Closed”

Bridge Projects

Amir Zaki, Identical Twins (2020). Archival pigment photograph, 75 x 60 inches. 
Image courtesy of the artist and Edward Cella Art + Architecture.

Regen Projects

James Welling, Julia Mamaea (2018). Gelatin dichromate print with aniline dye, 14 x 11 inches. © James Welling.
 Image courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles.


Tyler Vlahovich, Three Moving Parts (installation view) (2020). 
Image courtesy of the artist and Feuilleton, Los Angeles.

Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

Tony Berlant, Home Run (2018). Photo printed metal, found tin and steel brads, 10.5 x 10.5 x 8 inches. Part of Berlant’s ongoing vintage collaged tin series which he began in 1970. 
Image courtesy of the artist and Telluride Gallery of Fine Art.

Nicodim Gallery

Dominique Fung, A Bridge to the Ancestral Plane (2020). 
Image courtesy of the artist and Nicodim Gallery Los Angeles/Bucharest.

Five Car Garage

L, Spell for fae portal access (2020). Glass, oil, mixed materials, 12.25 x 12.25 x 24.50 inches.

Klowden Mann

Alex Sewell, LA Games (2019). Oil on linen, 12 x 16 inches. 
Image courtesy of the artist and Big Pictures Los Angeles, $2,500.

Parrasch Heijnen

Joan Snyder, Wild Prayer (2001). Oil, acrylic, paper mache, herbs, and beads on linen on board, 36 x 48 inches.
 Image courtesy of the artist and Parrasch Heijnen.

Angels Gate Cultural Center

Elyse Pignolet, You Should Calm Down (installation view of various ceramic works and wallpaper design) (2019). Shown in You Should Calm Down at Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles (2019).
Photo: Sean Meredith.