Upcoming: Subterranean Homesick Blues a 12 person group show featuring the art of Walker Baron, Sarah Bostwick, Alexander Collins, Svetlana Durel, Ricardo Ibarra, Paul Loubardinio, Mabel Moore, Alex Sanchez, Chris Wilder, Taylor Zepeda, with performances by Eric Landmark, Alex Schetter, and The Holy Molé Men.
Opening Reception: Saturday November 21st, 7-11pm
On view November 21st through November 29th 2015
Hours: Saturday/Sunday, 12am-5pm and by appointment.
The Property is an artist run exhibition space dedicated to the promotion of contemporary visual art, print and performance in and around the greater Los Angeles area. We are located at 440 Broadway (2nd Floor) in downtown Los Angeles. Garage parking is available at 440 Broadway, $5.50 cash only.
In Kill All Zombies, the Property presents eight California-based artists who are bucking the trend and working with fertile and invigorating forms of abstraction that both engage with abstraction's history and look forward to its future. The show includes works by David Gilbert, Lilly Aldriedge, John Mills, Cameron Crone, Kirk Stoller, John Houck, David Zuttermeister, and Julia Haft-Candell.
Culled from an eclectic mix of artists from a variety of backgrounds including painting, photography, sculpture, and comedy, I Was There seeks to provide a fleeting glimpse into the immense variety of strategies utilized by contemporary artists to explore issues of identity, representation and self-location in this second, increasingly dematerialized decade of the 21st century.
Error is a series of woven photographs by Willem Henri Lucas which started as a collection of video stills capturing crashing planes, and exploding and sinking ships that he then manipulated and degraded through multiple printing and scanning processes.
Shield of the Sky is the latest collection of work by Liz Walsh which explores sources of natural entropy and an instinct to survive. On view June 6th through July 18th, 2015
Sculpture Drawing Sculpture Drawings, new work by Los Angeles based artist Marty Schnapf on view April 25th - May 24th, 2015.
I think I see... featuring the work of Justin John Greene, Dustin Metz, Becky Kolsrud, and Adam Novak, March 21st-April 19th, 2015. At a time when so much of the contemporary painting dialogue is dominated by a reductive abstract formalism, these four LA painters are finding a contemporary context for representational imagery.
Forests, Hills and the Moon, new work by Emily Sevier, Shane Aslan Selzer and Liz Walsh, three artists whose work embodies the thrill of the chase, February 15th through March 15th, 2015.
Put It Together Take It Apart, new paintings by Los Angeles based artist Christopher Oliveria, January 17th - February 7th, 2015.
The Property is pleased to announce the multi-media exhibition On Broadway, featuring the work of Endia Beal, Benjamin Bergery, Jim Campbell, Clay Dean, Jasper Fung, Marcus Herse, Plastic Hand, and Theresa Sterner. The event will take place the nights of December 12th, 13th and 14th, from 6pm to 11pm, with special performances on December 13th by Remainderless at 9pm and Plastic Hand at 10pm.
The Property is pleased to announce the opening of The Awful Truth, a solo exhibition by Los Angeles based sculptor and installation artist, Jon-Paul Villegas.
The Property is pleased to announce its second exhibition: Four Painters, including the work of Daniel Ingroff, Karla Wozniak, Adam Novak, and Katie Herzog. Four Painters will be on view through November 2nd.
The Property's inaugural exhibition Open House featured the work of Chris Oliveria, Liz Walsh, Jon-Paul Villegas, Sarah Bostwick, Amy Sarkisian, Karen Lofgren, Bettina Hubby, Dave Hughes and Evan Jourdan.