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Mark Moore Gallery

Since opening its doors in 1994, the Mark Moore Gallery has concentrated on the presentation of new artists.

Over the last 3 years the gallery has diverted its focus from West Coast artists and has concentrated on developing the more international aspects of the program. This has been achieved both by placing artists’ work in exhibitions in cities worldwide (including but not limited to New York, London, Paris, Linz, Rome, Tokyo, Houston, Berlin in 2007 alone), and by expanding the roster to include artists from around the world (at present UK, Belgium, Austria, Sweden, Japan). This new direction has also resulted in a diverse, yet still cohesive, program that includes more installation work and new media, whilst still maintaining a strong roster of painting and sculpture.

Another facet of this new direction is the aim to produce strong curatorial, thematic group shows in order to explore the various conditions and issues relevant to contemporary practice. The newly introduced annual Ultrasonic show not only provides the means to explore this curatorial aspect but also to present artists who have n... [ Read all ]

Santa Monica

United States
Address:
2525 Michigan Ave, A1
90404
Phone: 310-453-3031
Fax: 310-453-3831
Website: www.markmooregallery.com


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Artists Represented

Asgar/Gabriel (Austria) - painting
Tim Bavington (UK) - painting
Mark Bennett (USA) - drawing
Kim Dorland (Canada) - painting
Vernon Fisher (USA) - painting
Todd Hebert (USA) - painting
Julie Heffernan (USA) - painting
David Hilliard (USA) - photography
Kiel Johnson (USA) – drawing, sculpture and video
Dimitri Kozyrev (USA) - painting
Jennifer Nehrbass (USA) - painting
Nobuhito Nishigawara (Japan) - sculpture
Gavin Nolan (UK) - painting
Chad Person (USA) - sculpture
Amy Robinson (USA) – sculpture and multi-media
Kim Rugg (UK) – assemblage and installation
David Ryan (USA) – wall sculpture
Jason Salavon (USA) - new media
Allison Schulnik (USA) - painting
Ali Smith (USA) - painting
Lisa Stefanelli (USA) - painting
Ryan Taber (USA) - sculpture
Klaus Wanker (Austria) - painting
Ben Weiner (USA) - painting
Simon Willems (UK) - painting
Yoram Wolberger (Israel) – sculpture
Cindy Wright (Belgium) - painting
Kenichi Yokono (Japan) - sculpture


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Current Exhibitions

Cindy Wright, November 1- December 20, 2008
Jason Salavon, November 1- December 20, 2008


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Asgar/Gabriel, BUCOLICA OBSCURA, January 10 - February 14, 2009
David Hilliard, Being Like, January 10 - February 14, 2009
Dimitri Kozyrev, February 21 - March 27, 2009
Nobuhito Nishigawara, February 21 - March 27, 2009
Kenichi Yokono, April 4 - May 15, 2009
Chad Person, April 4 - May 15, 2009


Previous Exhibitions

ULTRASONIC INTERNATIONAL III, Elementary, my dear Watson, September 6 - October 25, 2008
Ali Smith, We Find Ways, June 28 - August 16, 2008
David Ryan, June 28 - August 16, 2008


Art Fairs

Pulse Miami 2008
Pulse New York 2009


Submission Policy

The Mark Moore Gallery does not accept unsolicited submissions.


Press Releases

Asgar/Gabriel
BUCOLICA OBSCURA
January 10 – February 14, 2009
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 10th, 5-7pm

Mark Moore Gallery is pleased to introduce new work by the innovative collaboration Asgar/Gabriel. Asgar/Gabriel’s large-scale paintings are postmodern mise en scène where linear narrative is lost; where the figurative and the abstract, image and text exist simultaneously and vie for the viewer’s attention. These dislocated canvases ironically serve to locate a contemporary audience who is perfectly at ease with the disjunctive over-stimulation of a world saturated by the media and the image.

In an age of appropriation, Asgar/Gabriel acknowledge numerous Art Historical influences. Elements of painting - from Baroque to Pop Art to Abstraction - are all absorbed and reassembled to create worlds where reality and virtuality interplay.
Just as their youthful subjects set themselves adrift within this fragmentary, shifting landscape, the viewer happily succumbs to the sensory overload.

Considering the flood of images inundating us every day, at the start of each of our works we face the question ... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Mark Moore - Owner/Director
Eric Mellencamp - Operations Manager
Antonia Blocker - Gallery Manager
Catlin Moore - Accounts Manager


Opening Times

Tuesday - Friday: 10 - 6
Saturday: 11-5