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Christopher Grimes Gallery

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Christopher Grimes Gallery

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Christopher Grimes Gallery presents a diverse yet rigorous program of contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography, installation, sculpture and video

Los Angeles, CA


The gallery actively works with emerging and established artists such as Kota Ezawa, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Julião Sarmento and Allan Sekula. Additionally, the gallery represents Kevin Appel, Antonio Ballester Moreno, Waltercio Caldas, Sharon Ellis, Gianfranco Foschino, Veronika Kellndorfer, Lucia Koch, João Louro, Dane Mitchell, Olivier Mosset, Ester Partegás, Glen Rubsamen, Miguel Rio Branco, Scott Short and Ulrich Wüst

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Represented Artists

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Represented Artists

PIA FRIES

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SHARON ELLIS

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VERONIKA KELLNDORFER

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Kevin Appel

Antonio Ballester Moreno

Waltercio Caldas

Sharon Ellis

Kota Ezawa

Gianfranco Foschino

Pia Fries

Veronika Kellndorfer

Lucia Koch

Takehito Koganezawa

João Louro

IñigoManglano-Ovalle

Dane Mitchell

Olivier Mosset

Ester Partegàs

Miguel Rio Branco

Glen Rubsamen

Julião Sarmento

Allan Sekula

Scott Short

Ulrich Wüst


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Current Exhibitions

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Current Exhibitions

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Lucia Koch

"No more things"

September 9th to October 28th, 2017

Christopher Grimes Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new works by Lucia Koch, in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time LA/LA. In No more things. Koch will present a continuation of her Fundos series: photographs of the interiors of empty boxes, bags, and packages, manipulated to house and reflect light and mimic architectural scales. Koch began photographing for the Fundos series in 2001 while reading Paul Auster’s dystopian novel, In the Country of Last Things, which tells the story of a collapsed society with no economy or industry, in which the population must resort to selling scavenged, nearly forgotten objects to survive. In this collection of new photographs, Koch explores the feeling of vacuity when objects become obsolete and only their negative space is left behind. The result is a series of disorienting portals that hint at the inevitable downfall of a materialistic society.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

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Miguel Rio Branco

"Out of Nowhere"

November 4th to December 29th, 2017

Christopher Grimes Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of photographs by Miguel Rio Branco in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Rio Branco is renowned for his dramatic use of color and the intimacy and complexity of his subject matter: direct, often brutal photographs of marginalized communities in Brazil. His photo-essay, Out of Nowhere, delves inside the infamous Santa Rosa Boxing Academy in Rio de Janeiro – named for the devotionally extravagant patron saint of Latin America – where former prostitutes, street youths, and people of all backgrounds would flock to train. The exhibition will feature a series of photographs from this body of work, which were originally captured in the early nineties and portray the boxers at the academy during that time.


 

Christopher Grimes Gallery

Owner: Christopher Grimes

Director: Stacie Martinez

+1310.587.3373

gallery@cgrimes.com

Address: 916 Colorado Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401

www.cgrimes.com

Gallery Hours: Tue - Sat, 10 am - 5:30 pm