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If you planned to view Corey Helford Gallery‘s 10th Anniversary Exhibition in person, but had not had a chance to do it, don’t delay! The exhibition is going to close this Saturday, September 24, and is truly an exhibition you wouldn’t want to miss. There are hundreds of artworks – paintings, sculptures, installations, and digital artworks – by some of this decade’s most influential contemporary artists from around the world. Many of the works are in very large scales; and, collectively, their impacts are larger than life. Recently, I had the pleasure of viewing the exhibition in person. I truly wish I could’ve stayed in the gallery a few hours longer. Being surrounded by numerous stunning artworks I could hardly avert my eyes from is an unforgettable experience I can’t get enough of.

(Photo credit: Miu Vermillion)

10th Anniversary Exhibition

Exhibition Dates:
August 27 – September 24, 2016

Corey Helford Gallery

571 S Anderson St (Enter on Willow St)
Los Angeles, CA 90033
(310) 287-2340
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12 noon to 6pm

(Above) “Reverie” by Chloe Early, oil on aluminum, 60″ x 72″

(Above) “Prefrontal Pool Party” by Jonathan Viner, oil on Linen, 48″ x 26″

(Above) “Keepsake” by Ray Caesar (beautiful.bizarre issue 004 featured artist), unique digital ultrachrome on canvas, with acrylic and varnish, 32″ x 38″

(Above) “LA LA LA” by Marion Peck, oil on panel, 14″ x 18″

(Above) “Little Bird” by Camilla d’Errico, oil on Wood Panel, 12″ x 12″ x 1″, 

(Above) “Group Embrace” by Ian Francis, mixed media, 18″ x 24”

(Above) “Soul Twin” by Lori Nelson, oil on panel, 30″ x 24″

(Above) “Symbiosis” by Korin Faught, oil on panel, 24″ x 24″

(Above) “Atrium” by Handiedan (beautiful.bizarre issue 004 featured artist), mixed media (digital collage and hand-cut collage; paper layers and found material, pen, matte varnish on dibond panel in antique ornamental frame), 15.75” x 19.75”

(Above) “Voice in the Heart (Kokoro no Koe)” by Miho Hirano, oil on Canvas, 10.7″ x 16.1″

(Above) Clockwise from top left: “Watermelon“, “Orange“, “Lime“, “Strawberry“, “Lemon Yellow Kid“, “Berry Blue“, “Green Apple” by Nouar, resin, 7.5″ x 9.5″

(Above) “Give Me Pretty Things” by R. Leveille, oil on canvas with 23k gold, 36″ x 36″

(Above) “Beau Beau Bunny” by Natalia Fabia (beautiful.bizarre issue 004 featured artist), oil on panel, 12″ x 16″

(Above) “Silent” by Alessia Iannetti, graphite, watercolor and acrylic color on wood, 15.8″ x 19.7″

(Above) On the foreground: “Ma Bum Bruise #Derbykisses #RollerDerbyLovesMe #Derbygirl” by Riikka Hyvönen, acrylic and glitter on MDF and leather, 44 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ x 55 3/8″

(Above) L – R: “(Within) Constant” and “(In) Resolve” by Stephanie Inagaki, charcoal and washi paper, 20″ x 42″

(Above) “Julia #2” by Lu Cong, oil on wood, 30″ x 30″

(Above) “Arabesque #3” by by Yasuyo Fujibe, oil and acrylic on canvas, 21″ x 21″; “Curiousity“, by Simone Legno (Tokidoki), acrylic on canvas, 48″ x 72″; “Motley Melties #7” by Buff Monster, acrylic and glitter on wood panel, 24″ x 24″

(Above) “Imprint” by Mara Light, oil on Linen, 24″ x 24

(Above) Clockwise from top left: “Memento Mori (DO)” by Hikari Shimoda, acrylic, oil, stickers and collage on canvas, 18″ x 21″; “Silent Power” by Hueman, spray paint and acrylic on canvas, 30″ x 30″; “Lady of the Grove” by by Beau Stanton, oil and acrylic on panel, 20″ x 24″

(Above) “The Rescue” by Jennybird Alcantara (beautiful.bizarre issue 003 featured artist), oil on wood, 17” round

(Above) Details of “Watch Out” by Mikael Takacs, acrylic on canvas, 27.6″ x 39.4″

(Above) Details of “Illusionist” by Meredith Marsone, oil on board, 23.5″ round

(Above)  “Étreinte de papillons” by Jasmine Becket-Griffith (beautiful.bizarre issue 014 cover artist), acrylic on panel, 30″ circle

(Above) “The Treaty” by Mary Jane Ansell (beautiful.bizarre issue 011 featured artist), oil on aluminum, 30″ x 42″

(Above) Installation by D*Face

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2 Responses

  1. Kit Diotima

    Wow, that was amazing. I won’t be able to go to CHG, but i did go to their website, where they have the entire exhibit posted, however, your angled shots really helped add necessary dimension, and i really appreciate that. Especially with work like Riikka Hyvönen’s and Handiedan’s. Also, it was wonderful to see the work with their frames, which is another whole added dimension, esp with those artists who use such ornate ones, like Camilla D’Erico, Jasmine Beckett Griffith, Alessia Iannetti, and Jennybird. It’s so risky, what their doing, so against the modernist grain, i really applaud them for it. I’d be afraid that the frames would compete with the artwork, which i think is the case, at least a little, with Griffith, altho that frame is beautiful and matches her subject matter well. I think D’Erico is very wise to use white frames, and Jennybird black ones, they really complement their work, and fold the ornate frame within the artwork. Iannetti chose a beautiful frame, the intricacies of which echo her work so wonderfully. I also loved the Installation views, I appreciated getting to see how the art was arranged. Anyway, thanx for letting me see added dimensions of this wonderful, historic event. I so wish i could have gone in person, but this is def helping me get a feel for what it was like.

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    • Miu Vermillion

      I’m glad you enjoy the post! It was an epic exhibition, and I’m happy I can share my experience and create this (partial) virtual tour via beautiful.bizarre.

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