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Recent works
Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa
THE FABRIC OF SOCIETY, 2011

Born in 1952 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Rashid Al Khalifa held his first solo exhibition at the Dilmun Hotel, Bahrain, in 1970 when he was just 16 years old, and then moved to the UK in 1972 to study at the Hastings College of Arts and Technology in Sussex. After returning to Bahrain in 1978, inspired by Europe’s greatest Impressionist masters, he began his own renditions of his country’s landscapes, producing a series of atmospheric paintings of the desert, sea, and...

THE FABRIC OF SOCIETY
Ben Birillo
Spirit Dog Visiting Joseph Roulin Postman in Arles, 2018

Ben Birillo (American, b.1928) is a painter and sculptor best known for masterminding the groundbreaking Pop Art exhibition The American Supermarket – widely considered to be the world’s first major exhibition of Pop Art. A contemporary and colleague of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Artschwager, Tom Wesselmann, and Claes Oldenburg, newspapers nicknamed Birillo the “Progenitor of Pop” and “Mr. Pop Art” due to his energetic promotion of the Pop...

Spirit Dog Visiting Joseph Roulin Postman in Arles
Wonsook Kim
A Full Moon Boat, 2014

Wonsook Kim (b.1950 | Korean) is a Korean artist who moved to America in 1972 and has since expanded and developed her practice to cover the varying media of painting, drawing, print, and sculpture. Her work resembles suggestive and poetic diary entries in a dreamlike, symbolic

landscape. Mastery of line is at play, complemented by the delicate use of shadow and pattern. Figure...

A Full Moon Boat
Hisako Kobayashi
Amanemu Peace, 2020

Hisako Kobayashi has been showing her art for the past three decades on four continents.  As an abstract painter, her art combines the influences of a person who still feels a strong affinity for her native Japan, but who also received rigorous training in the US, and who has lived in this country for most of her adult life.

Art critic Donald...

Amanemu Peace
Harley Cortez
Perte D’Auréole / Loss of a Halo, 2020

Harley Cortez is a multi disciplinary artist, musician, and filmmaker. His work has been shown in Los Angeles, NYC, and Tokyo.

Raised in Los Angeles, CA and Queens, NY, he also lived in his mother's home country, Guatemala, for a brief time as a kid.

His solo exhibition in 2016 at The Paper Agency Gallery in Los Angeles titled "The Poet as Spacemen" was an immersive installation of paintings, film, and music composition and included a Q&A with astrophysicist, cosmologists, and an...

Perte D’Auréole / Loss of a Halo
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