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Mark Moore Gallery

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Mark Moore Gallery
5790 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Venue Type: Gallery

culver city/west la

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Untitled #100 (Fantasia), Josh AzzarellaJosh Azzarella, Untitled #100 (Fantasia),
2010, video (still), approx. 12 minutes
Can\'t Take it With You, Tim BavingtonTim Bavington, Can't Take it With You,
2010, synthetic polymer on canvas, 84 x 84 inches
Bridge, Kim DorlandKim Dorland, Bridge,
2008, Oil and acrylic on wood, 36 x 48 inches
Hospital Key, Vernon FisherVernon Fisher, Hospital Key,
2008, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 60 x 70 inches
Chinatownland, Todd HebertTodd Hebert, Chinatownland,
2008, Acrylic on canvas over panel, 30 x 36 inches (oval)
Study for Self Portrait as Fabulous Droppings II, Julie HeffernanJulie Heffernan,
Study for Self Portrait as Fabulous Droppings II,
2008, Oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Bleeder, David HilliardDavid Hilliard, Bleeder,
2008, C-print, 3 panels @ 24 x 20 inches each
Survival Mode, Kiel JohnsonKiel Johnson, Survival Mode,
2008, paper, plastic tubing and poplar, variable
Lost Edge #22, Dimitri KozyrevDimitri Kozyrev, Lost Edge #22,
2008, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60 inches
Home of Dr. Fraiser Crane, Mark BennettMark Bennett, Home of Dr. Fraiser Crane,
1998, ink and pencil on vellum, 24 x 36 inches
Giddy-Up, Nobuhito NishigawaraNobuhito Nishigawara, Giddy-Up,
2007, clay, epoxy, paint, styrofoam, mirror and steel, 42 x 16 x 31 inches
Industrial Ghosts 2: Print, Jeremy FishJeremy Fish, Industrial Ghosts 2: Print,
2009, acrylic on wood, hand carved frame, 19 x 16 inches
Amazing Grace, Chad PersonChad Person, Amazing Grace,
2008, US currency on canvas, 16 x 20 inches
Playing on Eccentricity, Kim RuggKim Rugg, Playing on Eccentricity,
2008, newsprint (New York Times), 22.83 x 12.6 inches (paper size)
Not Lake Minnetonka 1984, David RyanDavid Ryan, Not Lake Minnetonka 1984,
2008, Acrylic on MDF, 10 x 14.5 x 2 inches
City (westward), Jason SalavonJason Salavon, City (westward),
2008, Digital C-print, 60 x 48 inches
Zone, Ali SmithAli Smith, Zone,
2008, Oil on canvas, 60 x 55 inches
Giant Pearls, Ben WeinerBen Weiner, Giant Pearls,
2008, Oil on canvas, 64 x 96 inches
Male Baseball #1, Yoram WolbergerYoram Wolberger, Male Baseball #1,
2009, 3-D CNC sculpting, bronze, chrome, 84 x 65 x 29 inches
Baconsquare, cindy wrightcindy wright, Baconsquare,
2008, Oil on canvas, 82.7 x 84.6 inches
Girl and Bear, Kenichi YokonoKenichi Yokono, Girl and Bear,
2009, Carved wood and enamel, 59 x 59 inches
Untitled; Lizzie in the Snow, Yigal OzeriYigal Ozeri, Untitled; Lizzie in the Snow,
2010, oil on paper, 60 x 40 inches
Red Bricks, Cordy RymanCordy Ryman, Red Bricks,
2009, acrylic and enamel on wood, 180 x 168 inches
Desert Hobo, Allison SchulnikAllison Schulnik, Desert Hobo,
2010, oil on canvas, 84 x 68 inches
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September 10th - November 5th Nomad
Zemer Peled
September 10th - November 5th Family Tree
Mark Bennett
Tue - Sat; 11am-6pm, and by appointment daily
310 453-3031
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After twelve successful years in Bergamot Station (Santa Monica, CA), Mark Moore Gallery is thrilled to announce its permanent relocation to Culver City, CA.

Originally built in 1925, the building that will soon house Mark Moore Gallery has been deemed a Historic Building by Culver City's preservation program. Featuring a brick façade, vaulted wood ceilings and an enclosed courtyard, the 3,200 square-foot gallery is located on Washington Boulevard in close proximity to Roberts & Tilton, Blythe Projects and Blum & Poe.

The interior concept and design was developed by the globally-reputed architect Peter Zellner of ZELLNERPLUS (Culver City, CA), whose previous projects have included Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (CA), REDCAT (CA), LAXART (CA), Wallspace Gallery (NY), Matthew Marks Gallery (opening 2011, CA), and many others. With both a main gallery exhibition space and Project Room integrated into the gallery, Zellner has accounted for the need to showcase the diversified nature of Mark Moore Gallery's program, with specified features tailored to display video and installation works. Opening to the public for the first time on January 8th, 2011, the gallery's inaugural exhibition will be new work by Ybarra Jr., a showcase that will include multimedia elements as we celebrate his first solo show in Los Angeles since 2007.

Gallery President Mark Moore founded Mark Moore Gallery in 1992 in Santa Monica (CA). Since its inception, the gallery has gone on to participate in international art fairs – including those in Miami, New York, Chicago, Cologne, and London – and represents over twenty-five contemporary emerging and mid-career artists. Joined by Director Catlin Moore, Assistant Director Matthew Gardocki, Registrar Lauren Licata and Preparator Jonah Olson, Moore is eager to join the Culver City community with an ambitious schedule for 2011.

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