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Piranesi's "Imaginary Prisons"
17th century Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi is best known for a highly unusual series of prints called Imaginary Prisons, utilizing his imagination and architectural sensibilities to create visions of imagined sinister jailrooms that inspired dark artists widely, including the likes of Guillermo del Toro, who is currently exhibiting some Piranesi originals from his private collection at his exhibition at LACMA.August 31, 2016
Roger Ballen & Asger Carlsen's collaboration "No Joke"
Two of our most favorite contemporary photographers, Roger Ballen and Asger Carlsen, have collaborated on an exciting body of 31 black and white photographs entitled No Joke and will be exhibiting this series in Berlin at Dittrich & Schlechtriem for the first time next month.August 31, 2016
Sara Andreasson is Never Not Drawing
"Sara Andreasson is an illustrator and designer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. She has a background in engineering and furniture design but nowadays divides her time between editing a feminist magazine called BBY and creating illustrations for commercial clients such as Nike, Wired, MTV and Monki. Her interest in women’s issues and equality is often reflected in the choice of subject matter in her illustrations."August 29, 2016
Corey Helford Gallery's 10th Anniversary Gala Exhibition
On Saturday, August 27th, 2016, Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles celebrates a milestone with their 10th Anniversary Gala exhibition displaying new works from over 100 of the finest American and International artists throughout its expansive 12,000 square foot space. Over the past ten years, Corey Helford Gallery exhibitions have welcomed thousands of guests and introduced hundreds of new and exciting voices into the New Contemporary art community in Los Angeles and abroad.August 26, 2016