JUNE 21—JULY 21, 2019 | “I Wonder What Will Come After This” by Sara M. Lyons explores a fantasy reinterpretation of the Major Arcana and looks at temporality, symbolism, and divination through Sara's signature colorful lens.
JULY 27 — AUGUST 25, 2019 | Dogs and Dykes featuring work by Ali Liebegott and Nicole J. Georges showcases self-portraits and pet-portraits through an irreverent and cynical lens.
MARCH 22 — MAY 12, 2019 | “Sense Memory,” from illustrator Adria Mercuri brings us an intimate portrait of the artist herself seen through portraits of celebrities and fleeting moments in time.
FEB 23 — MARCH 17, 2019 | Stick & Poke is a group art show featuring embroidery artists from a slew of different backgrounds negating the idea that embroidery is woman’s work and not art for all.
DEC 7 — JAN 6, 2018 | Desert Ephemeral, a photography show by Margaret Leyva acts as commentary on Margaret’s experience as a young-mixed Native American girl growing up in the resort town of Palm Springs.
NOV 9 — DEC 2, 2018 | BOYS WILL BE BOYS is a group show and act of defiance open November 9th. The group show tells stories about masculinity, ones that expand and challenge our cultural expectations of masculine identity. It aims to question the ways men are socialized and celebrate diverse expressions of gender. The old adage ‘boys will be boys’ is used to dismiss toxic behavior from men, perpetuating toxic ideas about what masculinity inherently is. But this work is here to question those conventions and illustrate the myriad ways that boys will be boys. Curated by Iris Ray.
OCT 12 — NOV 4, 2018 | sorry if that was too much by India K is an installation and photo exhibit focused on personal reflection and feelings of inadequacy. Her work features bold reflections, strong composition, and an undeniably resolute identity.
AUG 24 — SEP 23, 2018 | BOYS by Rosie Matheson is explores boyhood and masculinity through personal, honest and revealing portraits.
JUNE 15 — JULY 15, 2018 | Our Stories: Returning Home, presented by Black Girl Magik, is a month-long experience showcasing an exploration back to lands, rituals, and traditions that we have always known.
MAY 11 — JUNE 10, 2018 | Asking for a Lot by Nicole Linh Anderson explores the intersection of humor and mourning through contextual practice art.
APRIL 6 — MAY 6, 2018 | ROYAL BLOOD, from queer skate-photographer Zorah Olivia, documents the female skateboarding scene in the UK through photographs of over 15 young skaters.
MARCH 2 — APRIL 1, 2018 | SIS. by photographer Rikkí Wright is an exploration of black sisterhood through photographs of real life sisters.
JAN 12 — 28, 2018 | I WON'T TAKE DOWN THE LIGHTS is a month long group show curated by @dolescent, featuring 18 young artists and their work to stave off the darkness of 2017.
DEC 15 — 17, 2017 | HARD BUT SOFT is a weekend installation by Avery Wheless, Mo Johnson, Qigemu, and Heather Reese exploring art-making as a tool for collapsing dualities.
DEC 8 — 10, 2017 | Fire Coral is a 3-day solo show featuring new work by Lithuanian-based Akville Magicdust. Different from the reserved nordic mood, Akvile uses bright tropical colors to create dream-like poetic stories.
NOV 17 — DEC 3, 2017 | WE REAL COOL, curated by Aja Wiley, is a multimedia group show featuring work by young, black creatives.
OCT 20 — NOV 12, 2017 | CONSTRUCT OF VIEWPOINT, by Hannah Altman, is a body of work made up of photographic self portraits printed on various textiles in exploration of female presence, identity, and assertion.
SEP 8 — OCT 15, 2017 | COSMIC NOT EXOTIC is a group show featuring work by collective "Nobody's Betis." Curated by Samar Saif, Cosmic not Exotic confronts racial fetishism.
JULY 21 — AUG 20, 2017 | Fatter IRL: LA is the Los Angeles branch of an art show celebrating the visual work of fat artists/bodies. Curated by Annie Rose.
JUNE 30 — JULY 16, 2017 | Faith Silva presents: QUARTER OF A CENTURY, a solo photography show featuring polaroid portraits of Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper & more.
JUNE 2 — 25, 2017 | WHAT WOULD OLIVIA BENSON DO is a silent-auction art show raising money for END THE BACKLOG, an initiative by the Joyful Heart Foundation focused on ending the rape kit backlog in the United States. The art show and proceeding events seek to empower survivors of sexual assault and educate the community about the often-silenced issues surrounding rape culture.
MAY 19 — 28, 2017 | SLIDE TO EXPOSE, originally created for BABYCASTLES in New York, is an augmented reality project by Nicole Ruggiero, Molly Soda, and Refrakt that explores digital intimacy, privacy, the concepts of life and death online. “Slide to Expose” asks —ultimately — how devices, particularly our phones, aid, form, and reshape our perceptions of these experiences.
APRIL 28 — 30, 2017 | "We Don't Care Anymore" is a group show curated by Madrid Art Collective, Espacio Anas, featuring 21 artists from around the globe united by the color pink.
APRIL 7—8, 2017 | Cyborg Goddess, by Gingy Q, is a physical virtuality solo exhibition that asks viewers to move beyond the limitations of body, tech, & soul.
FEB 10 — MARCH 27, 2017 | By Any Memes Necessary is a meme-centric art show serving as a commentary on internet culture's ability to help us cope and empathize. Featuring work from Instagram's most legendary meme creators.
Press: This art exhibit takes feminist internet culture from URL to IRL / Bust Magazine
Is 2017 the year that memes are recognised as art? / Dazed
This LA gallery Is showing an exhibit full of self-aware memes / the Creators Project
A meme-centric art show / Affinity
JAN 13 — FEB 5, 2017 | Whiskey Hour is Grace Pickering's first solo photography show featuring a diverse array of portraits taken in southern California while the sun casts a golden hue.
DEC 10, 2016 — JAN 8, 2017 | Miss Representation focuses on subverting classically and societally white-centric imagery by redesigning it through a WOC lens. This show aims to magnify the arbitrary nature of cultural standards and the necessity of diversity and representation within culture and the art world. Curated by Erika Paget and Maritza Lugo.
Press: MissRepresentation: a show for praising women of color / Nastygal
'Miss Representation' exhibit tackles the lack of diversity in art / Attn:
Miss Representation: gives a voice to artistic women of color / Art and Cake
This art show features work from women of color, because they are a "force to be reckoned with" / Hello Giggles
OCT 27 — 28, 2016 | COZY + LONELY is the first solo show by Zoie Harmon wherein she explores the ideas of self-care and solitude through sculpture.
OCT 7 — 23, 2016 | BEST FRIENDS FOREVER is an ode to platonic friendships, sharing bedsheets, watching shitty TV, telling secrets, and pinky swears. Curated by Faye )rlove, BFF is a group show featuring artists whose works embody the ideas of togetherness and friendship.
AUG 26 — SEP 18, 2016 | Her Room will break the boundaries between a standard gallery show, an interactive installation and an immersive mise-en-scene. Her Room is created with the participation of a diverse group of multimedia artists, through which the gallery space will be transformed into a fantasy bedroom, an escape from reality, suspended in time.
AUG 20 — 21, 2016 | EAT ME: a pop up show championing all things relating to female pleasure, especially of the cunnilingus variety. EAT ME hopes to not only de-stigmatize the demand for female oral pleasure but also celebrate it and start a much more open dialogue on human sexuality.
Press: A cunnilingus-themed art show aims to make oral a more popular pastime / LA Weekly
There is an art show dedicated to cunnilingus in Hollywood this weekend / LAsist
A feminist art show wants you to eat it or beat it / Huffington Post
There's a cunnilingus-themed art show happening in LA this weekend only / Timeout LA
JULY 21 — AUG 14, 2016 | Thinkin' Bout You: a group art show focusing on dreams and nostalgia. Curated by Briana Gonzalez.
JUNE 24 — JULY 17, 2016 | FIRST KISS, presented by Girl on Girl Collective, a multimedia showcase featuring art of all mediums from girls of all kinds.
JUNE 3 — 16, 2016 | SMASH THAT LIKE by Caroline Goldfarb. A solo art show concerning the ideas of pop culture and fame. Made possible by @bbdakota.