Anniversary Group Exhibition

L to R: "The Lost Spectral Witnesses VI" by Adrian Cox, "California Dreamin’" by Buff Monster, and ”Relatively Irrelevant” by D*Face

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April 10 – May 15, 2021
571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033
Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm - 6pm
Visiting Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 12pm - 6pm
(310) 287-2340
On Saturday, April 10th, downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery will proudly present the first installment of their 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition, a special two-part event featuring new works by international artists ─ from world-acclaimed masters to the hottest new emerging artists ─ in the New Contemporary, New Figurative, Neo-Classicists, Pop Surreal, Pop Iconic, Street and Graffiti, Eco-Pop, and Fantasy Romanticists movements.
To celebrate the debut for part one of its anniversary show (on view in the Main Gallery through May 15th), CHG is hosting a livestreaming event on Instagram (@CoreyHelfordGallery) on Saturday, April 10th from 1:00 - 3:00 pm PT, featuring appearances by artists sharing insight into their new works and fielding questions from fans. More details to be announced for the virtual only event.
Promising to be one of the highlights of Los Angeles' Spring art season, CHG’s 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition will be an immersive gathering featuring outstanding new works from over 100 artists. Part two of the group show will premiere at CHG on May 22nd, with more details and the line-up to be announced.
The artist line-up for part one of the 15-Year Anniversary Group Exhibition features:

Adrian Cox
Andrew Brandou
Arturo Garcia de las Heras
Ben Frost
Bennett Slater
Buff Monster
Caia Koopman
Camilla d'Errico
Chen-Dao Lee
Chishi Morimura
Chloe Early
Crystal Morey
Dan Lam
Dewi Plass
Drew Merritt
Eric Joyner
Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak
Franc Kaiser
Hikari Shimoda
Hoshiki Ara
Jana Brike
Jang Koal
Jasmine Becket-Griffith
Jennifer Allnutt
Jon Ching
Korin Faught
Kristin Kwan
Messy Desk
Miho Hirano
Naoto Hattori
Nicole Gordon
Oliver Hibert
Phillip Singer
Ramiro Davaro-Comas
Richard J Oliver
Robert Palacios
Rodolfo Loaiza
Sun Mi
Sylvia Ji
Tada Koiichiro
Tarntara Sudadung
Tik Ka
Travis Lampe
Vincent Fink
Yang Cao
Yuka Sakuma

Corey Helford Gallery opened its doors in April 2006, with the mission of bringing new artists to the public’s attention in a fine-art gallery setting, but with a populist bent toward works that appealed to a younger, less elitist body of collectors who were eschewing the cold, conceptual world of “blue-chip” fine art for more relatable works reflecting pop culture and current lifestyles. Starting with a 2,400 square-foot space in Culver City, CHG’s current home is a 12,500 square-foot space, housing three distinct galleries under one roof, in the arts district environs of downtown Los Angeles.
The 15 Year Anniversary Group Exhibition premieres Saturday, April 10th in the Main Gallery, alongside mini-solo shows from Redd Walitzki and Bao Pham in Gallery 2. The April 10th opening event is a virtual only event, the physical gallery will be closed. Corey Helford Gallery is located at 571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033, and normal hours are Tuesday – Saturday, from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Please note: The gallery has resumed partial visiting hours (Thursday-Saturday, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm). In accordance with LA County Public Health restrictions, maximum occupancy is restricted to 12 people at a time, mask-wearing and social distancing are mandatory. In accordance with CDC guidelines, guest temperatures will be checked using an infrared scanner upon entry.

About Corey Helford Gallery:
Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) was first established in 2006 by Jan Corey Helford and her husband, television producer and creator, Bruce Helford (The ConnersAnger ManagementThe Drew Carey ShowGeorge Lopez) and has since evolved into one of the premier galleries of New Contemporary art. Its goals as an institution are the support and growth of young and emerging, to well-known and internationally established artists. CHG represents a diverse collection of international artists, primarily influenced by today's pop culture and collectively encompassing style genres such as New Figurative Art, Pop Surrealism, Neo Pop, Graffiti and Street Art. CHG is located in Downtown Los Angeles in a robust 12,000 square foot building presenting new exhibitions approximately every six weeks. For more info and an upcoming exhibition schedule, visit and connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
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