Artsy Editorial writer Melanie Edmunds recently included Mark Moore Gallery on her shortlist of art spaces for “Multicultural and Rising Talent.” Says the writer:
“Not only does this family-owned gallery represent one of the city’s strongest rosters of contemporary artists, you can also find them supporting a number of public art projects from coast to coast and around the globe. Works by hot, young artists like Ben Weiner, Joshua Dildine, and Stephanie Washburn are likely to be on view during one of the gallery’s jam-packed exhibitions in Culver City or in an art fair booth in a city near you. Stop by the gallery soon to catch the final week of the gallery’s concurrent exhibitions: “The New Suburbs,” a solo exhibition of painted wood carvings by Japanese artist Kenichi Yokono, and “Chain Reaction,” a solo exhibition of mixed-media sculpture, photography, video, and installation by Chicago-based artist Cheryl Pope. Yokono’s latest body of work is a continuation of the artist’s signature brand of traditional woodcutting expressed through his unique contemporary, visual language. Meanwhile Pope’s works, ongoing explorations into personal sociopolitical issues, offer commentary on segregation, power, and privilege, manifested through imagery relating to the human body and identity.”
We thank Melanie and her team for including us on their LA highlights list!