We Are Here / Here We Are
A Los Angeles County - wide exhibition of 100 artists that explores our innate desire for connectivity through sensation. Due to the constraints of the COVID -19 lockdown, the artists in this exhibition has chosen public spaces to display their work – from Santa Monica to the East Side and from the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach. Curated by Sean Noyce, Alison Woods, Curtis Stage, Dani Dodge, Jennifer Celio, Joe Davidson, Roni Feldman, Jenny Hager, Valerie Wilcox and Steven Wolkoff.
100 Exhibiting artists throughout the greater Los Angeles Area. Curatorial selections included Luciana Abait, Chenhung Chen, Helen Chung, Cia Foreman, Mark Steven Greenfield, Kio Griffith, Pete Hickok, Nancy Ivanhoe, Brenna Ivanhoe, Duane Paul, Snezana Saraswati Petrovic, Dimitra Skandali, and Paul Osiecki Woods
An exhibition across Los Angeles takes on new meanings during times of protest
Review By Christopher Knight Art Critic for the LA Times
The Happy House
An interdisciplinary exhibition at SPRING/BREAK Art Show LA that explored Americans’ obsession with self-help, amateur psychiatry, and the excessive search to self-optimize. Curated by Sean Noyce, Alison Woods and Joe Davidson.
Exhibiting artists: Jorin Bossen, Gul Cagin, Joe Davidson, Sean Noyce, Max Presneill, Curtis Stage, Steve Wolkoff, and Alison Woods,
Figura: Micro Macro
A cultural exchange exhibition between Los Angeles California, and Luxembourg. Luxembourg is a tiny state surrounded by Europe, while the United States is one of the largest countries in the world. In a way, it is a David and Goliath relationship. Curated by Alison Woods and David Leapman.
Exhibiting artists: EC, Ivana Cekovic, Joe Davidson, Ian Dawson, Jeff Desome, Carlos Lopez Estrada, Tom Dunn, Brian Thomas Jones, Katarzyna Kot-Bach ,David Leapman, Bertrand Ney, Karolina Pernar, and Alison Woods
In the stillness between two waves of the sea
An exchange between artists from Greece and California, creating a dialogue between these seemingly disparate cultures. Like a cartography of places and approaches, this exhibition maps points of coexistence among chaotic global politics. Curated by Alison Woods and Dimitra Skandali.
Exibiting artists: Natasa Biza, Kio Griffith, Nancy Ivanhoe, Dimitris Katsoudas, Despina Nissiriou, Aliki Pappa, Ty Pownall, Nikos Sepetzoglou, Fran Siegel, Dimitra Skandali, Valerie Wilcox, and Alison Woods.
How do we know when a new world paradigm is in the works. What marks the transition, and how do we know when it is time to fight or to take flight?
With the election of Donald Trump, Brexit, mass immigration of Syrian refugees, and impending climate change the world seems to be on the brink of sudden and transformative change. The rising global power of the 1% at the expense of the 99% leaves the world’s populations feeling helpless to redirect the course of a world perceived as spinning out of control.
What is possible within this context? We have posed this question to the artists participating in this exhibition. The offspring is Futopia, a crude hybridization of possible futures, both utopic and dystopic. Curated by Alison Woods and Kio Griffith.
Exhibiting Artists: Gul Cagin, Helen Chung, Eben Goff, Pete Hickok, Bryan Ida, Ma Li , Alanna Marcelletti, Alex Schaefer, and Lena Kazakova Wolek
Colab III at the Torrance Art Museum
An international, emerging artists collaborative project which presents 8 artist-run gallery / spaces in LA partnering with 8 artist-run spaces in Berlin - 16 spaces create 8 joint curatorial projects featuring 76 artists.
Exhibiting Artists: Juan Arata, Nina Lehtonen-Braun, Gul Cagin, Ellen DeElaine, Dani Dodge, Andy Holtin, Ben Jackel, Mike MacKeldey, Ty Pownell, Samantha Sethi, Hannah Van Ginkel, Daniel Wiesenfeld, Valerie Wilcox and Alison Woods
The Happy House, ©SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Image by Samuel Morgan Photography