GUSFORD

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GUSFORD | los angeles is a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles, California, US. The gallery represents emerging and mid-career artists, both local and international.[1]

History[edit]

GUSFORD | los angeles was founded in 2012 by artist and long-time collector Kelsey Lee Offield,[2][3] and is dedicated to developing and nurturing emerging artists.[4] The gallery program is built solely of solo artist presentations, where artists create and exhibit an entire body of work.[5] GUSFORD opened in 2013 in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hollywood with an exhibition featuring the work of local artist Adam Mars.[6] GUSFORD debuted the first North American solo exhibition by Swiss artist Andrea Hasler in June 2013,[7] and participated in PULSE Contemporary Art Fair 2014 in New York, where artist Hassan Hajjaj was awarded the 2014 PULSE Art Prize.[8] In September 2014, GUSFORD will debut the first solo exhibition of young Birmingham artist Oliver Jones.[9] GUSFORD is named after Offield's English bulldog.[10][11]

Represented Artists[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Interview with Kelsey Offield, GUSFORD Gallery, Los Angeles".
  2. ^ "A Slice of L.A.'s Multicultural Art Scene and Rising Talent". 29 July 2014.
  3. ^ http://la-confidential-magazine.com/living/articles/inside-kelsey-lee-offields-gusford-gallery
  4. ^ "What's on My Desk: Wrigley Heiress + Art Gallery Owner Kelsey Lee Offield". 21 May 2014.
  5. ^ http://artblitzla.com/conversation-kelsey-lee-offield-gusford-gallery/
  6. ^ http://www.laweekly.com/publicspectacle/2013/02/13/five-artsy-things-to-do-in-la-this-week-including-bikers-around-a-bonfire
  7. ^ "Archives". Los Angeles Times.
  8. ^ http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2014/05/10/hassan-hajjaj-wins-the-2014-pulse-prize/
  9. ^ "The vanity of humanity is met face on by city artist". 27 June 2014.
  10. ^ http://www.artparasites.com/people/i-collect-even-my-shirt-art-1297
  11. ^ "Driving the Los Angeles Gallery Scene". 16 August 2014.

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