Ten years ago in 2006 Corey Helford Gallery held its first exhibition spending the past decade at the forefront of modern contemporary art, a mix of pop surrealism, street art and other styles with figurative and narrative qualities.
Tomorrow, on Saturday, August 27th Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) will therefore celebrate a milestone with their 10thAnniversary Gala exhibition displaying new works from over 100 of the finest American and International artists throughout its new 12,000 square foot space in downtown L.A.
The exhibition has been curated by gallery owner Jan Corey Helford, and Special Projects curator Caro Buermann, marks a momentous occasion for the gallery, which has been a cornerstone of Los Angeles’ arts community for the last decade. “Opening the doors for the first time in 2006 with butterflies in our stomachs, we wondered what this would all lead to […] Ten years later, I feel that a whole new adventure is unfolding with our exciting new additions to our artist roster and our new space that allows artists plenty of space to experiment with.” – Jan Corey Helford.

The artworks featured in the 10th Anniversary Gala exhibition span many styles, media, and genres, presenting, for the first time together, new works from a selection of the gallery’s growing lineup. New Figurative, Neo-Classicists, Pop Surreal, Pop Iconic, Street and Graffiti, Eco-Pop and Fantasy Romanticists from leading figures like Marion Peck, Mary Jane Ansell, Chloe Early, Haroshi, Shag (Josh Agle), D*Face, Kinsey, Natalia Fabia, Okuda, Eric Joyner, Olivia (De Berardinis), Ray Caesar, Kazuki Takamatsu, Sage Vaughn, Nicole Gordon, Sarah Emerson, Kukula, Sylvia Ji, Herakut just to mention a few of them.

The public will be able to view the exhibit free of charge on its opening night, August 27th, 7-11pm. The exhibition will be on view through September 24th, 2016.

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 (Anger Management, The Drew Carey Show, George Lopez, The Oblongs) 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, the production and promotion of their artwork, and the general production of their exhibits, events and projects.

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, and Post-Graffiti.

For more info, visit coreyhelfordgallery.com or their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.