October 19, 2016 - Catalog Essay by Arty Nelson
Surveying Dau’s work, it’s evident the artist places a high value on the handmade. That said, getting there Dau employs an exhaustive process using techniques from both the old world and the new; his formally rigorous compositions are vetted in depth both by hand and on the computer.
October 11, 2016 - Fiona Mcgowan | Manor
Mick Jagger is staring straight at you. Now I’ve got your attention, I’ll begin. In the 1970s, Carinthia West was a model and an actress. Having been spotted by an agent in Carnaby Street, she was thrust into a world of she was thrustinto a world of rock stars and actors. Her life became an endless whirl of travel and parties, hanging out with stupendously successful stars, but she never fully immersed herself into it.
September 1, 2016 - Arty Nelson | [Image: Rob Hofmann]
Starting in the 90’s, Bernie Taupin, already responsible for generating a massive and an extremely potent body of song lyrics over four or five decades, began pouring his creative energies into amassing a body of visual work. Drawing upon a voracious appetite for looking at art and studying art history, Taupin began working, predominately painted abstraction, the earlier works owing heavily to the post-WWII American canon with an emphasis on Ab Ex peppered with bits of Color Field and Pop (from that, a group of canvases resembling “dripped grids” stand out as particularly compelling and original). Elements of words, often drawn from popular culture, media blitz and current events would sometimes appear, effectively punctuating the abstractions. Another quite resonant aspect of Taupin’s work is the connection to “The American” and/or “Americana.” As the artist himself has commented, I’ve been referred to as a British-born American Artist and that’s fine by me.
August 23, 2016 - Vogue France
Ces sculptures hyperréalistes de Carole Feuerman bluffent le tout Saint-Tropez.
De passage dans la ville mythique de la Côte d’Azur ? Rendez-vous est donné au cœur de l’Hôtel de Paris où l’artiste new-yorkaise Carole Feuerman expose ses célèbres sculptures de baigneurs à l'apparence quasi-humaine. Saisissant.
August 4, 2016 - Lisa Derrick - Huffington Post
Carole Feuerman sculpts triumphant hyper-realist figures of women celebrating their physicality as they move through space, timeless and iconic. Her newest works, as well as her classic pieces, in a show entitled “Perceptions,” are on exhibition at KM Fine Arts through September 10th.
July 19, 2016 - Megan Meahan
New York artist Carole Feuerman is famous for her hyperrealist sculptures and is credited as a pioneer of the movement. Born in Connecticut and raised in Brooklyn, Carole yearned to be an artist from an early age and took art lessons at age eleven. She eventually had the opportunity to show her work and, from there, it gained popularity and won awards. Carole’s #Art explores classicism while also presenting common themes that occur in people’s everyday lives. The sculptures tell powerful stories of the experiences that the artist has encountered in her life and the universality of those experiences. Recently, Carole spoke about her experiences as an artist.
June 22, 2016 - Blouin Artinfo | Scott Indrisek
On the other side of the Greek food importer’s headquarters, a similarly long wall has been adorned by Victor Matthews. The two artists have been friends since the ’80s; they’re co-godfathers of Francesco Clemente’s daughter, a responsibility they assumed from Haring following his death in 1990. Matthews’s mural took nearly a month to complete, since, unlike Scharf, he favors traditional brushwork. In the midst of working on it, he was also juggling a solo show of new paintings, on view through July 9 at KM Fine Arts, the gallery instrumental in facilitating the Krinos project.
May 6, 2016 - Vanity Fair Magazine - Audrey Noble
When Sonia Kashuk came across the artwork of Dana Louise Kirkpatrick at Art Basel last year, she came up with an idea for a collection that all of us women are excited to stand behind.
March 18, 2016 - Fashion Week - May Chan
If you’ve browsed through the beauty aisles at Target, you will know that Sonia Kashuk is synonymous with the retail giant.
Sonia’s Kashuk’s newest #KOBeauty campaign, however, has drawn support from supermodel Cindy Crawford for the right reasons.
Released on March 6, the Knock Out Beauty line, ranges from make-up bags to lip products, but what distinguishes the 16-piece line from others is the boxing illustrations depicted by artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick.
March 18, 2016 - POP SUGAR - Aimee Simeon
Sonia collaborated with artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick to create a line to empower women. The "knock out" theme was sparked when the girl boss fell in love with Dana's artwork at Art Basel in Miami. Her painting of a female fighter flashing her red boxing gloves immediately caught Sonia's eyes, and she purchased a piece of her work on the spot. It was then, and with some inspiration from her teenage daughter, that the vision for her new assortment was hatched.
March 9, 2016 - Slate Magazine - Jordan G. Teicher
The easiest way to get to know Kurt Cobain is to listen to his music. Another way is to look through his stuff. That one’s a little trickier.
But Geoff Moore had that rare opportunity in 2008, when Cobain’s estate tapped him to spend a day photographing the late Nirvana frontman’s personal possessions for Charles R. Cross’ book, Cobain Unseen. Now, they’re on display in Moore’s first solo art exhibition, “Endorsement—the unseen Cobain photos” at KM Fine Arts Los Angeles through March 26.
March 5, 2016 - ArtNet - Cait Munro
Check out these intimate photographs of Kurt Cobain's personal possessions, including beat-up guitars, scribbled-on sneakers, and even a heart-shaped box.
February 11, 2016 - LA Weekly - Pamela Chelin
In 2007, while photographer/director Geoff Moore was in the midst of photographing some of Kurt Cobain's personal possessions for Charles R. Cross' book Cobain Unseen, everyone in the room was suddenly covered in goosebumps when a certain song loaded up on Moore's iPod.
February 9, 2016 - VICE
In an exhibit opening on Thursday, February 11 in L.A., photographer Geoff Moore will be displaying his prints of never-before-seen private objects owned by Kurt Cobain. The show, entitled "Endorsement — The Unseen Kurt Cobain Photos," was inspired by the book Cobain Unseen, by Charles R. Cross, for which Moore captured the images of the musician's ephemera.
February 9, 2016 - Rolling Stone
In Cobain Unseen, Kurt Cobain biographer Charles R. Cross journeyed deep into the personal archive of the late Nirvana leader. Along with old photos of a young Cobain as well as his journal entries and scribbles, the book featured new photos of Cobain's personal belongings. For one day, photographer Geoff Moore entered the vault and took photos of the items for Cobain Unseen. Now, the 2007 images will be featured in an exhibit called Endorsement that will open at Los Angeles' KM Fine Arts Gallery on February 11th. Take a look at a few of the images to be displayed at the show.
February 5, 2016 - W Magazine
A lot of Kurt Cobain has spilled lately. The vertiginous voyeurism of Brett Morgen's 2015 HBO documentary Montage of Heck was only amplified by the release of a 31-track album of dialogue and sounds Cobain recorded onto cassettes in his home. And now the photographer Geoff Moore is mounting an exhibition at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles of pictures of Cobain's prized possessions—a smashed guitar, a small heart-shaped box, a stuffed monkey. (He originally took them for a 2009 book, Cobain Unseen, by Charles Cross.) It's hard to look away from this inventory, which only confirms the impression that you accidentally opened the door to a teenager's room—which is to say, he probably wouldn't want you there.
February 4, 2016 - Esquire Magazine
Back in 2008, the contents of Kurt Cobain's vault were made available to photographer Geoff Moore for one day. Under tight security, the photographer combed through Cobain's personal possessions and carefully photographed each one. The resulting images were published in a book by Charles R. Cross, Cobain Unseen, but are on display for the first time in public at Moore's debut photo exhibition at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles. From a smashed guitar to a broken ceramic statue of Mary in a box, the photographs reveal the personal life of Cobain like you've never seen before.
February 4, 2016 - HYPEBEAST
Los Angeles-based photographer Geoff Moore spent one day with a treasure trove of Kurt Cobain’s personal memorabilia back in 2007 for a photoshoot commissioned by the late rockstar’s estate. The photographer was given access to the archives that were housed in a high-security storage unit. The ephemera include Kurt’s beloved Converse, several guitars in various stages of disintegration, and the heart-shaped box given to the Nirvana frontman by his wife, Courtney Love. All of the items bear signs of a grungy existence — snapped strings, ironic political bumper sticker appliqués, scrawled lyrics and so on. Additional photos that catalog the aesthetic is one that reflects the time period of Cobain’s life, while also bursting at the seams with inside jokes and references both well-known and arcane. The photos are going on display for the first time at KM Fine Arts on February 11.
January 30, 2016 - The Examiner
Dining with royalty, partying with rock icons and acting with British comedians provides intimate access to famous faces. Model, actress, writer, muse and photographer, Carinthia West shares her intimate visions of her celebrity friends in Looking Back is the New Forward. This new photography exhibit opens February 11, 2016 and runs thru March 26, 2016 at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles, along with Endorsement - The Unseen Cobain Photos. Pop in Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. It's free.
January 21, 2016 - Jessica Simmons
Upon entering Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s current solo exhibition, “RING GIRL,” at KM Fine Arts, one immediately smells the vague aroma of oil paint, making the viewer’s first experience of the work an olfactive one. Comprised of large-scale paintings and unframed drawings that depict male boxers in various states of victory and bloody defeat, the show suggests that painting itself is a duel, both on an intimate level and a historical one.
October 15, 2015 - Rachel Will, Artsy
Ramsey Dau admits he had no real interest in African sculpture before stumbling across a battered copy of Jean Laude’s 1971 book The Arts of Black Africa in a bookstore. According to Dau’s account, the “poorly photographed, poorly reproduced” book spoke to him, and he decided to incorporate it into his latest series of hyperrealist paintings.
September 11, 2015 - Blouin Media, Modern Painters
Ramsey Dau's debut solo exhibition with KM Fine Arts has been selected as one of the top 150 exhibition to see internationally by Modern Painters Magazine.
The exhibition will be on view at KM Fine Arts Los Angeles from September 12 - October 31, 2015.
August 28, 2015 - Blouin Media
KM Fine Arts is pleased to have been selected as one of Blouin Modern Painters Magazine's "500 Best Galleries Worldwide" again for 2015. We have exciting things coming up soon and are pleased to share the title with our incredible artists!
June 11, 2015 - Judith Nasatir
May 25, 2015
We are proud to present the second installment of our interview series FACE TO FACE | GARY LANG. We sat down with the artist in his southern California studuio to discuss his creative process, influences and storied career leading to the opening reception of "Circles and Lines" currenty on exhibit at our Chicago location.
We are proud to give you an inside look into the artist's studio and creative vision.
Follow this link to view the full video: https://vimeo.com/128621562
May 3, 2015
We are pleased to announce Carole Feuerman's participation at the 2015 Venice Biennale. Her monumental work, Leda and the Swan, will be featured in the exhibition "Personal Structures - Crossing Borders" hosted by the European Cultural Center Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy.
April 17, 2015
KM Fine Arts sat down with artist Brendan Murphy in his Malibu studio to discuss his creative process, earliest influences and his newest gallery opening, "Opposite Relevance: A Remix of Solutions" which is running at our Los Angeles location from April 18th through June 27th.
Directed by: Rob Hoffman
Cinematography: Doug Porter
February 19, 2015
RUTH PASTINE: PRESENT TENSE
March 15 - May 24, 2015
perceptual interactions of saturated and nuanced color relationships that investigate light and spatial interplay
Saturday, March 14
December 21, 2014 - Stephen Dillon
In her second solo show at KM Fine Arts this winter Dana Louise Kirkpatrick presents over a dozen new drawings. “ZUGZWANG,” the exhibition’s title, refers to an interaction in a game, but especially chess, where a player is forced to make a move and their options are limited to undesirable choices—the results of the opponent’s moves. The reference can be understood as a personal commentary by the artist, referring to grapples with her work in the studio, playing against the canvas and being forced into certain moves by the logic of the art itself....
December 2, 2014
November 12, 2014 - Mark Pohlad
A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpuf A bronze sculpture of cavorting figures in the gallery’s front window (“Ten Breaths: Congress of Wits, Study”) belies the artist’s reputation for edginess. By now Fischl (b. 1948) is an old master of contemporary art, famous for sexually provocative paintings like “Bad Boy,” 1981—the title of his recent memoir, incidentally—and for the controversy over “Tumbling Woman,” 2002, a commissioned sculpture for 9/11. This show features a dozen of the artist’s works from the last ten years. - See more at: http://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/#sthash.KtAew64y.dpufhttp://art.newcity.com/2014/11/12/review-eric-fischlkm-fine-arts/
November 7, 2014 - Emory Lopiccolo
Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s latest show at KM Fine Arts, which opens this Saturdayin Los Angeles, attempts to tell the stories often left unheard: stories of the marginalized and voiceless.
October 25, 2014 - Maxwell Williams - Artsy
For nearly 30 years, Brooklyn-born artist Victor Matthewshas filled his canvases with semi-abstract cityscapes and signifiers of the New York boroughs in which he made his career. A recent move to Los Angeles is evident in his most recent work, which is on view at KM Fine Arts in West Hollywood. For his first solo exhibition in L.A., “bright… brighter… brightest,” Matthews maintains the white hieroglyph-style geometric motif that has filled his work since the 1980s, but the California sky seems to have seeped into the background. Instead of white paint on unprimed taupe canvases, several of the works are painted over colorful gradient backdrops that echo the sunrise and sunset of Los Angeles.
September 30, 2014 - Cole Sternberg
September 20, 2014
August 2, 2014 - Architects and Artisans
Consider them not just art, but more the musings of a vivid imagination.
Bernie Taupin – the gifted songwriter who teamed up with Elton John for many of that performer’s hits – says the inspiration for his paintings comes mostly from inside his own head.
July 16, 2014 - Whitewall Magazine: Susannah Tantemsapya
Sweet, sensitive and often a bit sad, the work of Eric Fischl intimately portrays not only the human figure, but also the emotional complexity of life. Currently, the artist has a solo exhibition at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles. This selection of work is multidisciplinary, ranging from watercolor beach tableaus (hand-painted collages with pigment inks and poured resin) to sculptures using bronze, cast glass, acrylic and steel. The oldest piece in the show dates back to 2004.
July 12, 2014
Open House July 17th – July 19th, 2014
July 31st, 2014 Inaugural exhibition BERNIE TAUPIN | tes-ta-ment
Chicago Illinois (July 10, 2014) On July 17th, 2014 KM Fine Arts will open it’s new gallery location at 43 East Oak Street after nearly a decade in the John Hancock Center. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition opens July 31st, 2014, 7 – 10PM with Bernie Taupin | test a ment.
July 11, 2014 - The Week Magazine
July 8, 2014 - Whitewall
Bernie Taupin has long been known for his wildly successful career as a lyricist. But for over a decade he’s been making paintings and sculptures at his home in California. We caught up with the U.K.-born artist in May when he was in town for the Downtown Art Fair. He was showing a few paintings at KM Fine Arts’ booth, including an eye-catching work entitled “Bang.” At the end of the month, a solo show of his work will open at the gallery’s Chicago location.
July 5, 2014 - Artspace | Noelle Bodick
Artist Eric Fischl discusses his early success and his resurgence, with a widely praised retrospective at Vienna's Albertina museum earlier this year and his current solo exhibition at KM Fine Arts Los Angeles.
June 27, 2014 - Interview Magazine
In celebration of The Broad Museum's Art Talk, "The Un-Private Collection: Eric Fischl & Steve Martin," InterviewMagazine and The Broad Museum, along with Eli and Edythe Broad, hosted a private pre-program dinner for Eric Fischl and Steve Martin at Terrazza in Santa Monica on Monday, June 23rd, 2014.
June 4, 2014 - Chicago Sun Times | Adrienne Samuels Gibbs
Street artist extraordinaire Shepard Fairey is curating a special arts exhibit at Block 37 during Lollapalooza. Going by the name Art Alliance: The Provocateurs, the event features 40 artists and runs from July 31 to August 4. More than a simple art exhibit, the multi-dimensional show will include music, public art and panel discussion that blend nicely with the music festival's eclectic show lineup.
June 3, 2014
KM artist Brendan Murphy teamed up with PGA Master Bubba Watson to raise money at Hope and Heroes' annual golf event.
May 28, 2014 - LA Splash Magazine | Stephanie Martin
KM Fine Arts Los Angeles hosted the VIP opening of Tête-a-Tête to a capacity crowd of over 200 art enthusiasts on May 21st. The extraordinary opening including esteemed collector Elaine Wynn and her daughters Gillian and Kevyn, business and music mogul Russell Simmons, Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter, Sex and the City actor Max Ryan, actor Jose Sanchez, and Lifestyle Columnist Anicia Bragg among others.
May 20, 2014 - Artspace | Noelle Bodick
May 17, 2014 - KM Fine Arts
Los Angeles, California (May 2, 2014) – KM Fine Arts Los Angeles is pleased to present Tête-a-Tête, a group exhibition of paintings, drawings, and mixed media works offering the exchange of conversation translated in visual expression. The exhibition will include works from our secondary market collection including Calder, Chamberlain, Indiana, and Michael Goldberg along with gallery artists Hal Buckner, Ramsey Dau, Kim Gottlieb-Walker, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Victor Matthews, Brendan Murphy, Bernie Taupin, and Federico Uribe. The exhibition will be punctuated by a selection of works by guest artists, Nigel Daly, C. Gregory Gummersall, Marisa Howenstine, Stephanie Bell May, Sela Ward, and Esthella Warren. The exhibition will run from May 20 – June 18, with a VIP Preview on May 17.
May 17, 2014
April 24, 2014 - KM Fine Arts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Los Angeles, CA (April 24, 2014): KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce the participation in the inaugural Downtown Fair opening May 8th and running through May 11, 2014 in the historic 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue.
KM Fine Arts Booth DT22 will offer an extensive contemporary, post war and modern program drawing from both prestigious gallery locations with highlights to include John Chamberlain sculpture, a Robert Rauschenberg collage on solvent, and a Julie Mehretu light module along with significant paintings, drawings, and mixed media by Georg Baselitz, Alexander Calder, Eric Fischl, Michael Goldberg, Keith Haring, Hans Hoffman, Wolf Kahn, Lucien Smith, and Andy Warhol.
KM will also offer works from the LA contemporary program by artists Ramsey Dau, Kim Gottlieb-Walker, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Victor Matthews, Cole Sternberg, Bernie Taupin, Alexander Yulish, Federico Uribe, and Domingo Zapata.
April 11, 2014 - Page Six from NYPost.com
April 4, 2014 - Modern Painters
February 28, 2014 - Modern Painters | Sky Goodden
Eric Fischl is seeking greater transparency. In recent years he's published a memoir, Bad Boy: My Life On and Off the Canvas, and expanded his practice from painting and bronze sculpture to glass works. Fischl's long focus on the figure and its narrative associations remain at the fore, but recently with greater vulnerability. He sat down to engage in a conversation that touched on wielding a new medium, the relief and the risks in writing a memoir, his relationship to the figure, Canada, and 9/11, among other subjects.
February 7, 2014 - Albertina
February 1, 2014
Read press coverage from Kim Gottlieb-Walker's successful solo exhibition, Bob Marley: I and Eye, which ran from January 11 - Feuruary 18, 2014 at KM Fine Arts Los Angeles.
January 25, 2014 - Blouin Artinfo | Ashton Cooper
December 17, 2013 - Guest of a Guest
Following a sold-out showing with the gallery at Art Basel in Miami earlier this month, KM Fine Arts Los Angeles, listed this year by Blouin Media among the TOP 500 GALLERIES in the world, hosted the pre-closing celebration of artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick's "Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed" exhibition on Saturday at the intimate showroom in West Hollywood.
Click here to see images of the event.
November 28, 2013
KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce that Lori Hyland will be participating in this year's Collecting Woman Artists Symposium in Art Miami's Maserati VIP Lounge on Thursday, December 5th, 2013.
November 26, 2013 - KM Fine Arts
KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce an exciting exhibition during the Art Miami Fair in the Wynwood Arts District, featuring an extensive contemporary art installation to include new works by Los Angeles based artists Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Cole Sternberg and Alexander Yulish along with significant paintings, drawings, and sculptures by American and European artists of early modernism, postwar, and contemporary art including Norman Bluhm, Fernando Botero, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Carole Feuerman, Eric Fischl, Michael Goldberg, Robert Indiana, Wolf Kahn, Julie Mehretu, Joan Miro, and Andy Warhol. Three works will also be presented by LA artist Lori Hyland, selected panel speaker for Art W & IWA Collecting Women Artists symposium to be held on Dec 5th in the Maserati VIP Art Miami lounge.
November 9, 2013 - Cartwheel Art
Read about Dana Louise Kirkpatricks first LA art show in Cartwheel Art.
November 9, 2013
Los Angeles, California (October 29, 2013) - KM Fine Arts Los Angeles is pleased to present Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed, a solo exhibition of paintings and drawings by American artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick.
October 21, 2013 - cdsavoia
October 7, 2013 - Blouin Artinfo
September 1, 2013 - Architectural Digest
August 26, 2013 - Architects and Artisans
August 1, 2013
KM Fine Arts is proud to announce that it has been included in Modern Painters as one of the 500 best galleries in the world.
June 21, 2013 - New York Times | Susan Hodara
Susan Hodara of the New York Times writes about KM artist, Federico Uribe, and Fantasy River, his installation at the Hudson River Museum, which will be on view through August 4, 2013.
Watch Uribe explain his creative process and Fantasy River in his interview with the Hudson River Museum.
March 20, 2013 - Benjamin Genoocchio
There is more than a touch of irony to “#undertheinfluence,” the latest show at KM Fine Arts in Los Angeles — 10 percent of sales from the exhibition by the artist known as Desire Obtain Cherish will go to Friendly House, a Los Angeles charity founded in 1951 to assist women recovering from alcoholism and drug addition. Russell Brand, Hal Sparks, and William Shatner are among the charity’s celebrity supporters.
March 1, 2013 - G. James Daichendt, Ed.D.
DESIRE OBTAIN CHERISH
March 15, 2013 - May 11, 2013
KM Fine Arts, is pleased to present the debut solo show of Desire Obtain Cherish: #undertheinfluence on view at the gallery’s 814 North La Cienega, Los Angeles space. The exhibition will feature over 20 works selected by the artist, comprising a seminal presentation of his renowned pill works, paintings, resin and mixed media sculptures.
February 16, 2013 - Lisa Derrick
Lisa Derrick of the Huffington Post reports on Desire Obtain Cherish and his Designer Pill Packs on view at the L.A. Art Show. His work can be viewed at KMLA during his solo exhibition, #UNDERTHEINFLUENCE, which opens on March 15, 2013.
February 5, 2013
KM Fine Arts Los Angeles officially opened its West Hollywood space on January 25, 2013, featuring artists including Jeff Muhs, Andy Warhol, John Chamberlain and Alexander Calder. On March 15, 2013 KM Fine Arts will present artist, Desire Obtain Cherish, with his first LA solo exhibition, #UNDERTHEINFLUENCE.
December 11, 2012
December 4, 2012
KM Fine Arts participates in Art Miami, one of the largest art fairs of the year.
July 27, 2012 - Reid Singer
July 12, 2012 - September 15, 2012
KM Fine Arts is pleased to present ON PAPER: From Baselitz to Warhol from July 12 – September 15, 2012. This exhibition is a selection of exceptional works by impressionist, modern, and contemporary masters with a special focus on works on paper. Featured are a variety of artists including Georg Baselitz, Alexander Calder, Helen Frankenthaler, Keith Haring, Hans Hoffmann, Robert Indiana, John Marin, Juan Miro, Julie Mehretu, Berthe Morisot, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, James Tissot, and Andy Warhol. For more information please call 312-255-1202 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 11, 2012 - June 29, 2012
KM Fine Arts recently presented PICASSO AND BEYOND from April 11 – June 29, 2012. This exhibition featured works created by some of the most iconic artists of the 20th century including Picasso, Miro, Hoffman, de Kooning, Calder, and Botero. For more information please call 312-255-1202 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
November 4, 2011
November 1, 2011 - by David J. Getsy
July 16, 2011 - Art Knowledge News
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