Fall News

Sasha Bezzubov
-Image reproduced on cover of the New York Times Magazine, August 26th, 2007
-New work from the series The Searchers, on exhibit at the Noorderlicht Photofestival 2007, in collaboration with Jessica Sucher.
-Review of The Searchers on Daily Serving

Kimberly Brooks
-Recently exhibited a selection of paintings at Versace, Beverly Hills
-Donated a piece to the LAXART Benefit Auction, November 4th
-Named “Best in Show” in November issue of Elle Magazine
-Launched weekly column “First Person Artist” on the Huffington Post

Kyle Field
-Included in group show, Bliss, at Roberts and Tilton, curated by by Lindsay Charlwood, thru November 10th.
-Included in group show, Biome, at Lincart, curated by Johanna St. Clair, thru December 1st.
-Contact Taylor De Cordoba to order a copy of Kyle Field’s new book, Put it in a Nutshell published by Ahornfelder.
-Upcoming: Exhibition at Atelier Cardenas Bellanger, Paris, January 2008

Timothy Hull
-Included in recent group show, Painted Faces – The Mask in Contemporary Art, at Kinkead Contemporary
-Recently exhibited new work in solo show, The Swarm of Possible Meanings Surrounding the Ancient Pyramids, at Freight+Volume
-Interviewed on Huffington Post

Charlene Liu
-Recently exhibited new work in solo exhibiton, Before The Storm, at Taylor De Cordoba
-Received rave review by Leah Ollman in the Los Angeles Times

Jeana Sohn
-Upcoming: Solo exhibition, My Hands Are Crispy, at Taylor De Cordoba, December 15th, 2007 thru January 26th, 2008

Frohawk Two Feathers
-Selected for New American Paintings 2007 Pacific Coast Competition, juried by MOCA curator Alma Ruiz
-Debuted 2 new paintings at Art Forum Berlin with Spencer Brownstone Gallery
-Upcoming: Solo exhibition at Taylor De Cordoba, February 2008

Gallery
-Interview with Heather Taylor in the November issue of Elle Magazine
-Gallery review in Beautiful Decay magazine by Sasha Lee
-Currently on exhibit: A Great Delicacy, curated by Melissa Levin, thru December 1st, 2007.
-Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to be participating in Aqua Art Miami, December 4th thru 9th, 2007

A Great Delicay opens at Taylor De Cordoba


The gallery opened a new show entitled, A Great Delicacy, on October 20th. This exhibition was curated by Melissa Levin and features work by six New York-based artists: Michael Bilsborough, McKendree Key, Danica Phelps, Gregory Parma Smith and Rebecca Veit + Kathryn Hillier.

FROHAWK TWO FEATHERS: last night, after the lights went out, we fell

"Emperor Nancy Heckled by his Peers", 2006 | acrylic on canvas | 48” x 36”

Frohawk Two Feathers: last night, after the lights went out, we fell

September 9 – October 14, 2006

Taylor De Cordoba is pleased to present last night, after the lights went out, we
fell, a new group of paintings and sculptures by Los Angeles based artist, Frohawk Two
Feathers
. The exhibition will run from September 9 – October 14, 2006. The gallery will
host a reception for the artist on Saturday September 9 from 6-9PM.

In this body of work, Frohawk demonstrates his skills as a master storyteller with a
modern take on the age-old themes of colonialism, imperialism and conquest. By use of
paint and xerographic transfers on wood he creates a wartime narrative starring an
imagined cast of characters. Set in both the Arctic Tundra and “Frengland,” the unified
region of French and England, his cast is complete with the self-appointed Emperor
“Franchise”; the love interest and Haitian slave, “Josephine”; their son “Nancy,” the troubled
heir to the throne; and the indigenous Eskimos who are under attack. The clash of
civilizations takes on a humorous tone with stylized cartoonish depictions of these
obsessive emperors, ruthless conquistadors and natives determined to defeat the invaders
at all costs. Despite the sardonic and colloquial nature of the imagery and text, Frohawk’s
work fits into a pre-existing and historical dialogue about war.

Taylor De Cordoba is located at 2660 S La Cienega in Los Angeles, CA and is open
from Tuesday – Saturday, 11AM – 6PM. For additional press information please contact
Heather Taylor at 310.559.9156.

JuliB.com Culver Pretty

This spankin’ new space pops open on saturday, with its first installation by angelino painter ryan callis, title how it feels to be something on. (not to be confused with on something.) you might say it’s a visual exploration of human issues sans the group hugs and donuts…

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