May 1st, 2013
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There is an undeniable botanical bent to New York-based Simone Shubuck’s solo show “Do You Like Old Things, Or New Things That Look Old?” at Taylor De Cordoba’s Culver City gallery, from the bouquet-like composition of Believe It, with its gumball spectrum of illustrated paint blobs, to her new Phillip Guston-indebted self-portrait, complete with bloom-shaped thought bubbles. “I work from an unconscious place, and they just seep in,” the artist explains of her fantastical abstracts. It’s no wonder—Shubuck, who has shown at such notable institutions as MoMa, and is collected by the likes of Mario Testino and Amanda Peet—has also been arranging flowers on the side since 1998.

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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




March 12th, 2013

Come meet gallery artist Frohawk Two Feathers.

WHEN:  Friday March 15, 2013, 12:00-1:00PM
(775) 329-3333

is also on exhibit at the museum until June 9, 2013 in Gallery North.
Click HERE to see invitation.



February 20th, 2013

We are pleased to announce gallery artist Hadley Holliday’s solo show at Carl Solway Gallery.

424 Findlay Street
Cincinnati, OH  45214
T: 513-621-0069
F: 513-621-6310

One with the Sun: New Paintings

 January 18 – March 23, 2013


KIMBERLY BROOKS: Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Arts

February 10th, 2013


Kimberly Brooks is a panelist participating in a public forum at Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Arts entitled “The Female Gaze: Women Artist Making Their Way In The World.”

PAFA’s Samuel M. V. Hamilton Building
128 N. Broad Street 
February 10, 2013
The panelists will discuss the role identity politics plays in the contemporary art world. 


HADLEY HOLLIDAY: Forms of Abstraction.

January 22nd, 2013

Gallery artist Hadley Holliday is featured in Forms of Abstraction, curated by Carl Berg.

TAYLOR DE CORDOBA: Aqua Miami Art Fair 2012

November 27th, 2012

Hadley Holliday, One With The Sun, 2012
72" x 54" – Acrylic, oil and gold leaf on canvas
Aqua Art Fair, Booth 110
December 6 – 9, 2012
1530 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

VIP Preview Opening
Wednesday, December 5, 2012: 7:30 – 11 pm

Museum Day
Thursday, December 6, 2012: noon – 9pm
Free entry to the fair for all art museum members worldwide – just show your membership card!

Public Hours:
Thursday, December 6: noon – 9pm
Friday, December 7: 11am – 9pm
Saturday, December 8: 11am – 9pm
Sunday, December 9: 11am – 4pm

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to participate in the upcoming AQUA Contemporary Art Fair, Miami. The gallery will be exhibiting new work by Hadley Holliday and Danielle Nelson Mourning. In addition, gallery artist Jen Pack’s outdoor installation Babel Shield was selected for Aqua’s special programming for exhibition in the courtyard for the duration of the fair.

Please visit Taylor De Cordoba in Booth 110.

For more information, please contact Heather Taylor at or 310-559-9156.

JEN PACK: Art Wednesday

November 8th, 2012

“When Harry Potter was young he found out he was a wizard, when Jen Pack was a child, she sensed that she could hear colours. We can’t all be wizards, but we think hearing colours is a pretty cool skill, particularly if you’re an artist and can put it to good use. This colour sense is unsurprisingly Pack’s main artistic driving force and she channels it into making colourful abstract textile collages that are beautiful to look at – we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing one on our walls. To create the collages she stitches together strings of multi-coloured chiffon, cotton and moshi fabric, assembling layers of thread and fabric over one another. She then stretches the fabric over a wooden frame – an intensely physical process that requires blood, sweat and tears, especially if the fabric rips mid-procedure. Once the fabric has been stretched, Pack smooths it out producing striking pixelated abstract works that look as though they’ve been painted – no easy feat. The results are magical – a trick of the eye that bely the way they were made. Perhaps Pack does have wizarding powers too?”

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