MICHAEL KOHN GALLERY DOUBLES ITS SPACE

MICHAEL KOHN GALLERY DOUBLES ITS SPACE

MICHAEL KOHN GALLERY DOUBLES ITS SPACE


Michael Kohn Gallery
8071 Beverly Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90048

Tel. 323.658.8088

Fax. 323.658.8068



http://www.kohngallery.com

Michael Kohn Gallery (established 1985) is pleased to announce its recent expansion, ambitiously doubling its space to nearly 6,000 square feet at the prime corner of Beverly Boulevard and Crescent Heights Boulevard. Providing a grander exhibition space for the artists represented by Michael Kohn Gallery, it also includes new showrooms that feature historical works of 20th century masters such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Carl Andre.

For 25 years the Kohn Gallery has mounted museum-quality exhibitions in Los Angeles of the work of Andy Warhol (during his lifetime), Richard Tuttle, Peter Halley, Keith Haring, Dan Flavin, Mark Tansey, Jay DeFeo, Lorna Simpson, Kenny Scharf, Christopher Wool, among many other notable and talented artists. Michael Kohn Gallery also represents the Estates of Wallace Berman and Bruce Conner, both important California based artists whose work, from the 1950s through their lifetime, paralleled and often led to notable developments in late 20th-century art.

In addition to the historical works of art, the Michael Kohn Gallery represents a roster of emerging and mid-career artists whose work is seen worldwide: Walton Ford, Maureen Gallace, James Nares, Mark Innerst, Dennis Hollingsworth, David Korty, Darren Waterston, Christine Nguyen, Cristof Yvoré, Mark Ryden.

Adding to this repertoire, Michael Kohn Gallery is pleased to announce the addition of the multi-media duo Case Simmons & Andrew Burke. Combining imagery and sound bites from pop culture, social and art history, Simmons & Burke expand the concept of collage in a completely new manner to include auditory elements.

These large-scale photo and sound based works constitute groundbreaking new art, and will be seen internationally in the near future.

Opening September 12, 2009 will be an exhibition of new paintings by French artist Cristof Yvoré. His densely painted still lifes and interiors have been seen throughout Europe, and he is represented by the Zeno X Gallery in Antwerp and the Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles. This is his first one-person show in America.

Opening on November 7, 2009, will be “BRUCE CONNER IN THE 1970s,” the first L.A. show of this important American artist since his death in 2008. The exhibition will bring together the seemingly disparate elements of Conner’s artwork, from quasi-minimalist drawings to unique photograms, from paintings and sculpture to lithographs and film. The result will be a nearly mystical experience of art—just as the artist had always intended.


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