Los Angeles: Now & Then
January 14 - February 25, 2023

Opening Reception:
Saturday, January 14, 4-7 pm

Gloriane Harris, Evening Shade, 1973, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 24 inches

Focusing on the unique, venerable, boundary-busting history and art of Los Angeles over the past 90 years, Juri Koll, director of the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art, curates a group show as part of its ongoing exhibitions chronicling the history and practice of art in Southern California, with cutting edge work.

Los Angeles, and Southern California in general, has and will continue to provide a legacy to the art world that, in terms of art history, we are only just beginning to understand and appreciate.

Participating Artists:

Airom, Fatemeh Burnes, Bob Branaman, Mx Farina, Michael Grecco, Ellen Grobman, Gloriane Harris, George Herms, Juri Koll, Barbara Kolo, Lawrie Margrave, Osceola Refetoff, Ofer Reyhanian, Gay Summer Rick, Catherine Ruane, Michael Stearns, Sonja Schenk, May Sun, William Turtle, Edmund Teske, Elizabeth Warren, Special Guest Artists TBA

For more information contact:
Juri Koll/ViCA

The Venice Institute of Contemporary Art (ViCA) is an arts organization devoted to identifying, protecting and sustaining the unique stories, history and culture of one of the most important centers of American independent artistic expression. Through its exhibitions, events, research facilities, and education curriculum, ViCA celebrates the world of art internationally, and most importantly the art and culture of Venice Beach/Southern California. Our founding in 2011 marks an ongoing commitment to our community - to present the art world from the perspective of its artists, writers, curators, collectors, and the art viewing public.