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Morono Kiang Gallery

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Edifice Cache, January 2011 Installation, Mixed Media Variable © Morono Kiang Gallery
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Edifice Cache, January 2011 Installation, Mixed Media Variable © Morono Kiang Gallery
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Edifice Cache, January 2011 Installation, Mixed Media Variable © Morono Kiang Gallery
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Edifice Cache, January 2011 Installation, Mixed Media Variable © Morono Kiang Gallery
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Girl, whats on your mind, January 2011 © Morono Kiang Gallery
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Triangulations at hand
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Triangulations of a golden boss
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Triangulations of a golden dictation
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Golden growth
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Edifice Cache, January 2011
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Edifice Cache, January 2011
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Yes Sir
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175903, January 2011
Morono Kiang Gallery
Bradbury Building
218 W. Third St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Eliot Kiang
Open hours
Tuesday to Saturday, 12 to 6
Phone
213-628-8208
Fax
213-628-8207
Gallery type
Contemporary
Cost
FREE
DESCRIPTION
Los Angeles, CA- After almost six years Morono Kiang Gallery has closed its doors forever. 

On behalf of the gallery I would like to thank you for your support and patronage. 
 
As the director and the curator of the gallery since August 2009, I am very grateful to Eliot Kiang for his generosity in making some ambitious projects a reality. 

I am also grateful to all the artists who made our exhibits great, it was a pleasure working with every single one of you and I look forward to working with you again.

I would also like to thank all those individuals who always contributed by their encouragement and criticism. 

 

3000 Square feet, 9 great exhibits, 134 artists, 11 events, 12 writers, 2 catalogs, 1000's of visitors and press coverage on every single exhibit, all in just under 3 years. Yes, it was great.

 

Thank you,

Shervin Shahbazi
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Morono Kiang Gallery is Downtown Los Angeles's premier collector's gallery promoting cutting edge contemporary art from around the globe. Exhibiting work by both recognized and emerging artists, the gallery occupies over 3,000 square feet of exhibition space and is located on the ground floor of the historic Bradbury Building.