This weekend, Corey Helford Gallery is kicking off an extensive three part show in their Los Angeles gallery spaces. The first is Canadian artist Camilla d'Errico's Sky. This will be her largest showcase with the gallery to date, featuring 15 new paintings, 15 ink drawings, and even an installation of the artist's extensive collection of limited edition accessories, decor, and homegoods.
The second is Dosshaus who will transform one of their galleries into a flophouse hotel, featuring a lobby and several rooms depicting different people, lifestyles, themes, and vignettes of American Culture. Ostensibly a voyeuristic peek into the lives of the denizens of a low-rent residential hotel, it is also easy to see the installation as a treatise on the country in which this fictional hotel exists. Just past the lobby, viewers are able to wander through four hotel guest rooms.
The third is a show curated by Caro Buermann, Gallery 3 will premiere the new works of leading international surrealist artists Alessia Iannetti, Erika Sanada, and Tarntara Sudadung. Illustrator Alessia Iannetti will present Aurora Consurgens, her most recent body of work that honors the Divine Feminine and its unity with nature. Creature designer and surreal sculptor Erika Sanada's exhibit Meet Me Halfway portrays her nagging worries as fantastical animals straight out of a dark fairytale. Tarntara Sudadung's Behind the Mythic Veil leads the viewer through her paintings, each like a chapter in a book set in a world of hazy atmospheres and subdued color tones.