Featuring: Sia Aryai, Ray Carofano, Dylan Vitone and Melanie Walker
March 23 - May 11, 2019
"Progression" is designed to show the conceptual character of dnj Gallery. The pieces are based upon certain notions and ideas. Art is an outlet for innovation and reflection. The different series are an alternate way to show their views. As a continuation of the previous exhibitions, since September, these dnj Gallery artists' thoughts and beliefs, or fundamental ideas are revealed in a gradual advancement of their artwork through the years.
ARTIST RECEPTION: THIS SATURDAY, February 23rd, 2-4pm
Darryl Curran will be available in the gallery to discuss his artwork and answer questions.
Curran exhibits two bodies of photographic work: solar photograms – SUN, and color prints – SHADOW.
For SUN, the solar photograms document small objects, leaves, tools, lace, etc., and are contact printed onto paper coated with gum pigment solution. A skylight in the gallery offers a real-time demonstration of the role of the sun in the process of exposing a photogram during the exhibition.
SHADOW features photographs that focus on fleeting traces of shadows cast upon a projection screen. The screen metaphor fuses the act of photographing black and white film through RGB filters, deconstructing the scene. Digital applications reconstruct the scene to reveal nuanced colorful shadows.
Exhibition runs through March 2nd
FREE STREET PARKING
Please join us Wednesday February 6th at 7:30pm for a chamber music performance by Kaleidoscope musicians. dnj Gallery will be featuring the artwork of Sia Aryani.
Arnold Schoenberg - String Quartet No. 4
W.A. Mozart - String Quartet No. 21 in D Major, K. 575
Sam Francis, Peter Alexander, Ruth Weisberg, Barbara Kolo, William Turtle, Jack Duggan, Bob Borman, Dick Keltner, Bruce Richards, Robert Rauschenberg, Bob Branaman, Lilly Fenichel, Frank Gehry, Mike Street, David Hockney, Ed Moses, George Herms, Bruce Hamilton, Ed Ruscha, Mx Farina, Gay Summer Rick, Randi Matushevitz, and more.
Third installment of “What’s New” featuring the latest photographs by the dnj Gallery artists for the inaugural show on Ocean Park Boulevard. Sia Aryai, Catherine Asanov, Ellen Cantor, Ray Carofano, Darryl Curran, Corey Grayhorse, Suda House, Gil Kofman, Clay Lipsky, LA Marler, Rick Risemberg, Annie Seaton, Dylan Vitone and Melanie Walker.
Saturday, February 2nd, 6pm - 9pm, join us following PHOTO LA for an opening reception of "Whats New? (3)" featuring dnj Gallery Artists, "Media Icons" by LA Marler , and European Photography from Between the Wars" an Andrew Schwartz collection.
What's New (3)
Featuring dnj Gallery Artists:
Sia Aryai, Catherine Asanov, Ellen Cantor, Ray Carofano, Darryl Curran, Corey Grayhorse, Suda House, Gil Kofman, LA Marler, Rick Risemberg, Dylan Vitone, and Melanie Walker.
Exhibiting: February 2 - March 16, 2019
“European Photography from Between the Wars”
Andrew Schwartz Collection
Exhibiting: February 2 - March 16, 2019
Exhibiting: January 21 - February 2, 2019
For those attending PHOTO LA please join us after.
Gil Kofman’s (January 7- January 19) project, “Formally Yours,” resumes attention of the placement of images in a rectangular field. Much like a stage does for a play, Kofman’s work creates an atmosphere for people to enter into his photographs, capturing a scene of their lives.
Second installment of “What’s New” featuring the latest photographs by the dnj Gallery artists for the inaugural show on Ocean Park Boulevard. Sia Aryai, Catherine Asanov, Ellen Cantor, Ray Carofano, Darryl Curran, Corey Grayhorse, Suda House, Gil Kofman, Clay Lipsky, LA Marler, Rick Risemberg, Annie Seaton, Dylan Vitone and Melanie Walker.
Corey Grayhorse, (November 17 – December 1) as always, designs vivid, colorful scenes full of the absurd and silly evoking a made-up reality. In a sense, she’s recreating dreams. In her series, “Artificial Memories,” she continues to describe a kind of “human expression.”
In this new body of works, Susan Moss explores transparency, light, nature, and being feminine through vibrant layering and dramatic forms. With her canvas she examines various elements of personal identity by tackling the mystery of half-hidden layers. Susan sought to explore the essence behind lurking emotions. When looking into a pond, is our own image reflected back capturing our attention, or do we see deeper?
bG Gallery, Ocean Park presents a solo exhibit of the latest work by artist Gay Summer Rick. “Skyways and Highways” is a series of color-rich works with a focus on air and land travel. The new series captures air flight above the horizon of the artist’s usual subject matter, iconic urban and coastal areas.
A longtime transplant to Los Angeles from New York, Gay Summer Rick’s work has been distinctive in finding beauty in the constantly developing city. Train routes, city centers, and freeways have met the artist’s touch and are reinterpreted as atmospheric energy. Recently, a new flight path above Los Angeles has diverted her gaze to the skies. Gay Summer developed a fascination with the passage of flight. This fascination led her to redirect recent air travel in order to revisit and study different airport locations.
In response to the growing tide of hatred in the current political climate, Reilly sought to create a series of work about love. For this new series Reilly uses postmodern exploration and shaped canvas to create a series of works exploring love narratives and traditional love myths, reinterpreted in contemporary context.
dnj Gallery's inaugural exhibition featuring dnj Gallery artists: Sia Aryai, Catherine Asanov, Ellen Cantor, Ray Carofano, Darryl Curran, Corey Grayhorse, Suda House, Gil Kofman, Clay Lipsky, LA Marler, Rick Risemberg, Annie Seaton, Dylan Vitone, and Melanie Walker
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 8th, 6pm-8pm
Gallery Days and Hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Thursday 10am - 8pm, or by appointment
3015 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405