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Corey Helford Gallery, online in the Covid-19 Era

Like most things, art exhibitions have taken an enormous hit amidst social-distancing as we plow through this uncharted phase of COVID-19. However, art prevails, and some galleries are staying on top of multiple exhibitions, through digital online methods.

One such gallery and regular hot-spot, Corey Helford Gallery, is debuting an upcoming three-artist show with aica, Dena Seiferling, and Luke Chueh, as well as some of their other exhibitions currently on display.

While the galleries remain physically closed, Corey Helford Gallery will be hosting a virtual opening on Instagram Live (@coreyhelfordgallery) this Saturday (5/30) from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm PT, giving fans a tour of each show making its debut, which include:

The Color Wheel by Camilla d’Errico in the Main Gallery, POP GOES… by DOSSHAUS in Gallery 2, and Three-artist show including Qualia by aica, Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing by Dena Seiferling, and Gravity by Luke Chueh in Gallery 3.

To request an advance online preview, email jch@coreyhelfordgallery.com.

Dosshaus – “Portrait of Leonard Cohen”
Dosshaus – “Good News”
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Lauren Marx – “Chimera” – Preview

It’s a major weekend for art exhibitions over at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, this Saturday, December 14th.

Notably, we’ll be seeing the comprehensive body of work  for St. Louis-based artist, Lauren Marx, around her upcoming solo show Chimera (her largest body of work to date). Using the media of ink pens, watercolors, and colored pencils, the level of detail in Marx’s illustrations are astounding and certainly worth checking out. Chimera runs through January 18th and while essential to see in-person, we have a preview of some of the pieces below.

Lauren Marx – “Red Cherub”

Also, going on in the main gallery at Corey Helford, is a group show, featuring a variety of artists, including HUSHBen FrostSoey MilkJosh Agle (SHAG)Okuda San MiguelHikari ShimodaMayuka Yamamoto, Dosshaus (featured below), and many more.

Dosshaus – “Pop”

Be sure to check out the phenomenal collections on display and see more information over at the official Corey Helford Gallery website.