- By Cynthia Lum
- Photo Courtesy of Corey Helford Gallery
Galleries are closed but Corey Helford Gallery is helping us get our art fix with 3 exciting online shows. For those of you who experienced DOSSHAUS Paper-Thin Hotel at CHG, you are in for another eye popping, thought provoking treat. POP GOES… by DOSSHAUS David Connelly features his Pop Art sculptures of vintage computers, typewriters and television. Talking about his new show Connelly shares, “Lately, I’ve found myself wanting to reengage with the aspects of Pop Art that drew me to the movement in the first place: Pop as the replication/re-contextualization of images, Pop as portraiture, Pop as protest, Pop as celebration. This is a show about ideas firing fast and direct from many angles. Yet every piece in the show will have at least one piece in direct conversation. The goal is to continue the discussion of what Pop Art is, what it was, and where it is going. Every piece in the show is made entirely of recycled cardboard with other reclaimed materials used as needed.”
CHG will also unveil an all-new series of works from pop surrealist painter, manga artist, and comic book Illustrator Camilla d’Errico entitled The Color Wheel, along with a three-artist show featuring Japanese artist aica, Illustrator /sculptor Dena Seiferling, and scene painter/illustrator Luke Chueh.
To view the shows, click here.