July 2nd, 2013


We are pleased to announce that gallery artist Hadley Holliday is part of a one day only group show in the flower district of downtown LA.

Hope you can make it!

Sunday, July 7th 2013 *ONLY!
734 San Julian St. 2ND FLOOR
Los Angles, CA. 90014


CHARLENE LIU: 1st International Printmaking Exhibition

June 18th, 2013


We are pleased to announce gallery artists Charlene Liu is featured in

The 1st International Printmaking Exhibition

Kyoto City International Exchange Hall 2F
Sister-City exhibition Room
2-1 Torrii cho Awataguchi
Sakyou-Ku, Kyoto 606-8536
Tel: 075-752-1187
June 18-23, 2013
Gallery hours: 9am-6pm

FUREAI Hall Gallery, NHK Broadcasting Center
2-2-1 Jin-nan Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 150-8001
Tel: 03-3481-5614
June 25-30
Gallery hours: 9am-6pm

Curated by woodcut artist, poet and Zen priest Hajime Maboroshi.


KYLE FIELD: Wide Daylight

May 25th, 2013


Kyle Field: Wide Daylight 

June 8, 2013 – July 27, 2013

Opening Reception: Saturday June 8, 6-8PM

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to present Wide Daylight, a solo exhibition of new work by artist and musician, Kyle Field.  The exhibit will run from June 8 – July 27, 2013.  The gallery will host a reception for the artist on Saturday, June 8 from 6-8PM.

For this exhibition, Field presents whimsical paintings and drawings that closely relate to Little Wings, the artist’s music project. Specifically, Field is thinking about his most recent album, entitled LAST. Choosing this title is emblematic of the artist’s penchant for word play, which drives both his visual and musical arts. Is it the “last” album or an album that “lasts”?  His new drawings (which include original posters and album covers) are ambiguous and dreamlike, infused with poetic phrases that suggest a visceral idea yet lack any specificity.

Field’s whimsical scenes are inspired primarily by the abstraction of myth peppered with references to the here and now. A face will appear innocent and childlike yet also stained with the wisdom of age. In one piece, five distorted figures are frolicking (dancing?) underneath a banner that reads, “Another Vague Greeting.”  Field’s process is organic –  rather than mapping out a plan, he allows one mark to build upon the next until a scene appears.  His palette of deep browns, pinks, teals, and emerald greens floats within a graphic layout of ink, watercolor, colored pencil, collage and even spray paint. To complement the works on paper, Field introduces several new mediums included ceramic hand-painted cups (in collaboration with local ceramicist Rebekah Miles) and a pair of wood burned clogs.

Kyle Field lives and works in Southern California. His work has been exhibited in numerous venues, including Atelier Cardenas Bellanger (Paris, France), Le Confort Moderne (Poitiers, France), The Palais des Beaux-Arts BOZAR, (Brussels, Belgium), Musée Janisch (Switzerland) Cinders Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) and New Image Art (Los Angeles, CA). He has been featured in Artnet, Artinfo.com, New American Paintings and Le Monde. He also performs as a musician under the name Little Wings. He received his BA from UCLA in 1998.


May 14th, 2013

Simone Shubuck's "To The World" and "Brightest Eye Look," 2013.

“Though her filigree doodles of deceptively innocent-seeming flora and fauna were a fixture on the downtown gallery scene a decade ago, the artist Simone Shubuck has had only one solo show in the last six years — in 2009, at Corbett vs. Dempsey in Chicago. During that time, she married Adam Rapoport, the editor in chief of Bon Appetit magazine; became a mother; oversaw a protracted apartment renovation; and stepped away from her other career as a floral designer. Though she’s slowed her formerly frenetic output, she has continued to privately hone her technique, integrating abstract forms in pure, vibrant color. “My pace changed dramatically; I had to get to a new place in my life,” she says. “Having different identities brought me to a different place in my work.”

Click HERE to read full article


SIMONE SHUBUCK: Interview Magazine

May 12th, 2013


“Time, in all its various incarnations, permeates the latest body of work from New York-based artist Simone Shubuck. The connections and cleavages of the past and present are at the core of her most recent exhibition of works on paper, “Do You Like Old Things, or New Things That Look Old?”

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Pulse New York Contemporary Art Fair

May 6th, 2013

Danielle Nelson Mourning - Pt.Reyes, 2013 - Archival Pigment Print - Ed of 5

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to participate in the upcoming Pulse New York Contemporary Art Fair. The gallery will be exhibiting photographs by Danielle Nelson Mourning.

Please visit Taylor De Cordoba at Booth I13 in the Impulse section of the fair.

For more information, please email the gallery or call 323-379-4832.

Pulse New York Contemporary Art Fair

May 9-12, 2013

The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
Between 6th and 7th Avenues
Chelsea, New York

Taylor De Cordoba Booth I13

Show Hours
Thursday, May 9
9am – 12pm    Private Preview Brunch (by invitation only)
12pm – 8pm    Open to the public
4pm – 8pm      Young Collectors Afternoon

Friday, May 10
11am – 8pm   Open to the public

Saturday, May 11
11am – 8pm  Open to the public

Sunday May 12
11am – 7pm  Open to the public

Image: Danielle Nelson Mourning
Pt. Reyes, 2013
Archival pigment print
30 x 40 inches
Edition 1/5

FROHAWK TWO FEATHERS: Visual Arts Center of New Jersey

April 26th, 2013

I Get The Paper So I Don't Care. 2012. Frohawk Two Feathers. Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles

We are pleased to announce gallery artist Frohawk Two Feathers in a solo show

You Can Fall: The War of the Mourning Arrows (An Introduction to the Americans and a Requiem for Willem Ferdinand)

Opening Saturday, April 26, 2013, 6-8 pm
On view until Saturday, June 30, 2013

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
68 Elm Street, Summit, NJ 07901




April 11th, 2013

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Simone Shubuck’s upcoming exhibition at TDC is featured in the April issue of C Magazine.

Fresh Arrangements, written by Alison Clare Steingold, April 2013.


March 28th, 2013

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We are pleased to announce gallery artists Chris Natrop and Frohawk Two Feathers are featured in

In Case We Don’t Die

Opening Saturday, March 30, 2013, 6-9 pm
On view until Saturday, May 18, 2013


Torrance Art Museum
3320 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90503



SIMONE SHUBUCK: Do You Like Old Things or New Things That Look Old?

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SIMONE SHUBUCK: Do You Like Old Things or New Things That Look Old? 

April 27 – June 1, 2013

In celebration of the the gallery’s new Culver City location,Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to present Do You Like Old Things, or New Things That Look Old?, a solo exhibition of new work by New York-based artist Simone Shubuck. The exhibition will run from April 27 – June 1, 2013 with an opening reception for the artist on Saturday, April 27th from 6 – 8PM.

“Do you like old things, or new things that look old?” is a question Shubuck heard a teenage boy ask his friend many years ago. The idea resonated with her and became the inspiration for this current exhibition. With her new series of energetic works on paper, Shubuck considers our relationship with the past and acknowledges that oftentimes what we think of as “new” are really old ideas re-imagined, recycled or “knocked off.” While the present moment is defined by an ever accelerating pace of innovation, the past is always close at hand providing inspiration and perspective.

Using analog materials of paper, pencil, crayon and paint, the artist communicates using a visual language rooted in floral and plant life. Collaging old drawings, antique photographs and lithographs into the work gives her a path to directly and physically embrace the past. Dense areas of detailed linework and fluid, abstract gestural fields of color create a palpable push and pull in the work. Focusing on this tension makes Shubuck’s latest body of work feel completely new.

Simone Shubuck lives and works in New York City. She received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993 and has exhibited at numerous galleries included Susie Q. Zurich (Switzerland), Jack Hanley Gallery (San Francisco), Kantor Feuer (Los Angeles) and Zach Feuer Gallery (New York). Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This is her first exhibition with Taylor De Cordoba.