On Saturday, December 12th, Corey Helford Gallery presents “Between Worlds”, a new group exhibition curated by Caro that explores the fantasy of planets and lands yet to be explored. The exhibition is a follow up to “Dreamlands”, where artists pushed the boundaries of the limitless landscape of our imaginations. When NASA retrieved photos from our solar system’s least understood planet, Pluto, earlier this year, a dreamland became reality. What those images lacked in finer details made up for in splendor, presenting a terrific look at the lonely planet of enormous mountains, deep valleys and a crystal blue sky. It was completely alien and strikingly familiar at the same time- not something you would have expected from the distant planet. “Between Worlds”, inspired by the spirit of NASA’s photographs, features 30 international contemporary artists who share an otherworldly quality in their art. In a variety of media and styles, their works romanticize both their hope and despair for the future, and express a deep desire to reconnect with our home planet, which is threatened by pollution.
Dates & Addresses
December 12 2015 - January 9, 2016 - Corey Helford Gallery, 571 S Anderson St (Enter on Willow St), Los Angeles, CA 90033
Ana Bagayan, Carlo Cane, Carmel Seymour, Carol Liu, David Slone, Hannah Yata, Heiko Müller, Hikari Shimoda, Jennybird Alcantara, Jess Littlewood, Joe Hengst, Juan Travieso, Kazuki Takamatsu, Kazuhiro Hori, Meghan Howland, Naoto Hattori, Natalie Shau, Nathan James, Okuda, Sarah Dolby, Simone Legno, Hirabayashi, Takahiro, Tom Bagshaw, Yasuaki Okamoto, Yoko d'Holbachie, Yosuke Ueno, Yoh Nagao, Yumiko Kayukawa, Yusk Imai