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The Hole is opening a new 8000 sq. ft. space in Los Angeles

The Hole is opening a new 8000 sq. ft. space in Los Angeles

The Hole is opening a new gallery space in Los Angeles. This will be the gallery’s third permanent space, 8000 sq. ft. at 844 N La Brea Ave in Hollywood, will open this Tuesday with an experimental group show and performance. New Construction reinterprets the gallery’s first-ever show, Not Quite Open For Business (2010) where half-finished artworks in a half-finished space kicked off the founding of the gallery. 

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Visitors will experience the installation of the first group show “live,” from 6 to 8pm, as the gallery team unwraps and hangs each piece. Contributions are coming in from all around the world, past and future artists. New Construction will be followed by solo exhibitions by Jonathan Chapline in April and Adam Parker Smith in June.

The Hole Los Angeles follows the opening of  Hole in Tribeca in April 2021, it marks the gallery’s expansion to the West Coast, building upon its longstanding success as a mainstay in New York’s contemporary art scene. The aim of the third exhibition space is to ‘engage with new audiences and foster new relationships and maintain closer contact with artists based in the region’

Featuring: Adam Parker Smith, Alex Gardner, Aurel Schmidt, Caitlin Cherry, Eric Shaw, FriendsWithYou, James Ulmer, Joakim Ojanen, Joe Reihsen, Jonathan Chapline, Kevin Christy, KPE Innocent, Matthew Hansel, Matthew Stone, Mevlana Lipp, Misaki Kawai, Morgan Blair, Pedro Pedro, Robert Moreland, Rosson Crow and Ry David Bradley

NEW CONSTRUCTION Opening Tuesday, February 15th from 6-8pm The Hole Los Angeles 844 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles, CA, 90038



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