Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Liat Yossifor at TAM (again)

Liat Yossifor is a Los Angeles painter who will be included in our January 2010 group exhibition entitled "Reflected Gaze", which will be an exhibition examining self portraiture by contemporary artists. Liat makes great work and has exhibited internationally. To see more of her work visit her website at, or to read a recent article about her work in this month's issue of X-Tra visit

Josh Peters opens tomorrow...

As mentioned below in an earlier post, Josh Peters will be our next 12 Gauge installment here at TAM, beginning tomorrow and running through Saturday with a closing reception and artist talk on Saturday from 3-5.
For more images of Josh's paintings, see

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Augusta Wood at TAM

We are very excited to be including the dynamic Los Angeles artist Augusta Wood in this September's "Baker's Dozen" group exhibition here at TAM. More information on the exhibition and participating artists to come, but in the mean time here are a few images from Augusta's past projects. To see more of her work please visit the website of Cherry and Martin gallery (

Monday, May 18, 2009

Dion Johnson

One of the intentions of this blog is to be a resource for the artists that we are working with us for future exhibitions.
TAM is excited to present the work of Dion Johnson in the first of our "Set Theory" exhibits next spring. Johnson is one of the artists chosen by Roland Reiss, whom the exhibit centers around. More on the exhibit to come but in the mean time check out for more work.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

David French sculpture arrives....

A piece by Los Angeles based sculptor David French ( which will grace the lobby here at TAM arrived today in all of it's shining glory. The sculpture will be on display in anticipation of French's and Seth Kaufman's ( September exhibition in our gallery 2.
Check out both artist's web site for more images and info.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Next 12 gauger, Josh Peters May 28-30

Josh Peters will be our next featured artist. Peters is an LA based painter and has exhibited at, among other places, Raid Projects in LA, and Artist Space in NYC, and has been featured in many publications including New American Paintings. His site is

12 GAUGE: A Rapid Fire Study of Los Angeles Art

Museum curator Max Presneill has planned 3-day-only solo shows to run Thursday through Saturday for the next two months. The exhibitions include Los Angeles area artists that Presneill feels represent various currents in the city's art scene. These exhibitions are a truly unique, short, sharp survey, so don't miss them. Artist lectures will be given Saturdays at 2pm.
May 7-9 Quinton Bemiller
May 28-30 Josh Peters
June 4-6 Claudia Parducci
June 11-13 Justin Bower
June 18-10 MaryAnna Pomonis
June 25-27 Jaime Scholnick

12 GAUGE: Quinton Bemiller, show 1

The first installment of Max's "12 GAUGE, Rapid Fire Study of Art in Los Angeles" exhibitions started off with Chinatown based painter Quinton Bemiller. Bemiller's abstract, medium to large scale abstractions really sang on the white walls of gallery 2.
Bemiller came to the museum on Saturday to give a lecture on his work to those who were interested, which will be a common feature among the artists in the 12 Gauge series.
To see more of Quinton's work visit Offramp Gallery in Pasadena ( where Quinton's solo show "Chance and Choice" just opened on May 10. You can also visit Project 210 in Pasadena ( which is a gallery that Bemiller co-owns with Los Angeles based artist Chuck Feesago.
The next 12 Gauge will open on May 28 with Josh Peters in gallery 2.