ink on paper
10 x 13 3/4 inches
José Léon Cerrillo
silkscreen over couche paper, laminated wood, mirror, acrylic paint over wood
Jaime Ruiz Otis
plastic shipping crates, pump, plastic tubing, and extension cord
81 x 19 x 30 inches
oil on canvas
66 x 54 inches
L to R: David Ryan, Connor McGrady, Todd Hebert, Jamie Ruiz Otis
L to R: Tim Bavington, José Léon Cerillo
L to R: Yoram Wolberger, Dan Sutherland
Mark Moore Gallery is pleased to announce Summer Pleasures, a unique exhibition of works by twelve young artists from around the United States (California, New York, Nevada and Texas) and the world (Australia, Austria, Israel, Northern Ireland and Mexico). These artists are pursuing a range of issues in a variety of media, including painting and sculpture, drawing and collage.
Though the work of Tim Bavington, Todd Hebert, David Ryan, Christoph Schmidberger and Yoram Wolberger are well known in Los Angeles through their exhibitions at Mark Moore Gallery and elsewhere, the majority of the non-gallery artists featured in Summer Pleasures have never shown in the city. They include Jos Lon Cerrillo (Mexico and New York), Holly Coulis (New York), Conor McGrady (Northern Ireland and New York), James Morrison (Australia), Jamie Ruiz Otis (Mexico), Sally-Ann Rowland (New York) and Dan Sutherland (Texas).
The work of Holly Coulis has appeared in solo exhibitions at Zach Feuer Gallery/LFL and elsewhere; Sally-Ann Rowland recently had her second solo show, Im So Sorry You Feel That Way, at ZieherSmith in New York; works by Jos Lon Cerrillo and Conor McGrady were featured in this summers Greater New York exhibition at PS1; James Morrisons American debut came as a part of the group exhibition, Some Forgotten Place at the UC Berkeley Art Museum last fall; a solo exhibition of the work of Jamie Ruiz Otis is currently on view at the MCA San Diego in that museums CERCA series; and Dan Sutherlands work was the subject of a recent solo exhibition at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.
There will be a reception for the artists Saturday, July 9 from 5 to 7pm. Please contact the gallery for more information at (310) 453-3031.