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LOCALS ONLY

June 4 - June 26, 2022

Mirus Gallery Los Angeles presents LOCALS ONLY a dynamic group exhibition featuring over 60+ Los Angeles based artists. Join us June 4, for the VIP+Press Reception 5-6pm, followed by the Opening Reception 6-11pm. Many of the featured artists will be in attendance. This event is free and open to the public, all ages. The exhibition is on display through June 26, open daily Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm.

About the Exhibition:

Mirus gallery is proud to present our first annual LOCALS ONLY exhibit of Los Angeles. We are always on the lookout for new talents to represent in our gallery, and have hosted exclusively local exhibits in both our San Francisco and Denver locations for years. Now we are bringing the love to LA!

Featured Artists:

Abby Aceves, Adam McCarthy, Addendum24, Alex Achaval, Allison Bamcat, Analy Nakat,
Andrea Guzzetta, Another Supermoon, Anthony Ausgang, Antonio Pelayo, ART one, Bair
Brains, Bodeck Luna, Brady Willmott, Brandon Hurley, Brittney S. Price, Brooks, Cats Rule All, Cody Jimenez, DEB, Diana Flores, Dylan Thomas Brooks, Fabez, Germs, Henry Lewis, Ignacio Mejia, Isaac Pelayo, Jack Winthrop, Jade Bell, Jared Yamahata, Joey Stupor, Joon The Goon, Kahla Lewis, Kevin Earl Taylor, Ki Park, Las Chicas Peligrosas, Lady Beaver, Lauren YS, Leah Smithson, Mars Sandoval, Mear-One, Micah Hancock, Mister Toledo, Moses Ball, Manny Torres, Mear One, Meeson, Mesplé, Mufasa, Mus Musculus, Myra Shana, Olympia Altimir Galvez, Otis Woods, Phobik, Ronald Feghali, Ron The Killer, Roshi, Ryan The Foe, Samantha Maserati, Sean Keeton, Shane Izykowski, SICK, Stephanie Inagaki, Tati Holt, The Obanoth, Travion Payne, VYAL, YANOE, ZLA

Fernando Chamarelli: Interconnection

May 20 - June 17, 2022

Mirus Gallery is pleased to present INTERCONNECTION, a solo exhibition by Brazilian artist Fernando Chamerelli. INTERCONNECTION is an invitation to realize that we are connected to a network that goes beyond what we can see. For this, Fernando Chamerelli creates illustrative paintings focusing on themes of multiple universes, internal worlds, and the play between light and dark matter. The opening reception of INTERCONNECTION will be May 20th 7-10 pm, and the exhibition is free and open to the public for viewing through June 17th.

About the Exhibition:

Somehow there is more mass in the universe than physicists predicted. When explaining about the unseen mass found, physicists now say that the universe is made up of only 5% atomic matter, which we consider normal matter. Everything else is dark matter and dark energy. What we believe to be empty is like an invisible nervous system that runs through the entire universe. This is the main theme of the paintings that are part of the INTERCONNECTION exhibition. In his artwork Chamarelli always mixed elements from different cultures, but in his later works these mixtures became connections between different universes; connections between internal and external worlds and connections between beings of different dimensions. This exhibition is an invitation to realize that we are connected to a network that goes beyond what we can see.

About the Artist:

Fernando Chamarelli is a visual artist and illustrator, with a degree in graphic design. After experimenting with several techniques, and trying different types of art, he developed his own colorful and geometric style. An original artform that has been exhibited in different parts of the globe.
His style unites time where elements from different cultures mix and past, present and future merge.

His style also unites space and in each piece the interactions between the microcosm and the macrocosm can be seen.

This led the artist to take a great interest in the theories of quantum physics. All this creative access to other times, universes and realities is through non-ordinary states of consciousness and therefore Chamarelli can be considered a visionary artist. With his art, he seeks reflections through the futuristic concepts of Solarpunk; transmitting the main message that everything is connected, and that for us to evolve we must realize our connection with other human beings, animals, nature and the cosmos.

Alexandra Levasseur: EMBEDDED OPTIMISM

July 29 - August 26, 2022

Mirus Gallery is pleased to present EMBEDDED OPTIMISM, a solo exhibition by artist Alexandra Levasseur. EMBEDDED OPTIMISM aims to play in the unification of ceramics and paintings to tell stories of nature as well as the mythological. EMBEDDED OPTIMISM opens July 29th, with an opening reception from 7-10 pm.  The exhibition is free and open to the public for viewing through August 26th.

About the Exhibition: 

Through painting, sculpture and animated films, Alexandra Levasseur intends to illustrate an ideal relationship between humans and nature. Her work is driven by a deep interest in, on the one hand, physics and biology and, on the other, mythology and the mystical interpretations that one can draw from nature, in order to expose the surrealism of the world. By adding sculpted elements to her paintings, she creates scenes in which the subjects are connected to their environment, emotionally embedded to the landscape. She is particularly interested in the physical imprint that is inscribed in the material as a testimony to the act of human creation. This exhibition entitled EMBEDDED OPTIMISM presents works that combine painting,drawing and ceramics on wood panels.

About the Artist:  

Alexandra Levasseur is a painter, sculptor and filmmaker born in Quebec in 1982. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from UCR, Costa Rica (2006), a post-graduate in Illustration from EINA, Barcelona (2008) and a major in film animation from Concordia University, Montreal (2014). She was awarded scholarships for academic excellence from Blairmore Foundation (2013) and Turtle Creek Asset Management (2014). She has participated in several film festivals and exhibitions around the world. She received a grant from Canada Council for the Arts for her last film project (2017). Since 2018, she has been exploring the medium of fired clay for her sculptures but also as a painting material. She lives and works in Montreal.

Gallery Contact:  Irene Hernandez-Feiks

(415) 205-4587,

RETRANSMISSION__

June 3 - July 8, 2022

RETRANSMISSION__ is a group exhibition that features a survey of post-graffiti abstract artists
from Poland. This collective of artists have lived and worked amongst each other, individually and sometimes through collaboration for many years, establishing a contemporary style unique to Poland. Mirus Gallery celebrates their style and its international influence on contemporary abstraction. Join us Friday June 3rd for a VIP Preview at 6pm followed by the Opening Reception 7-10pm. Four artists will be in attendance: Lukasz Habiera Nawer, Oskar Podolski, Lukasz Berger Cekas and Bartosz Janczak. The exhibition will remain on display through July 8, 2022.

Featured Artists:
Bartłomiej Chwilczyński, Bartosz Janczak, Chazme, Lukasz Berger (Cekas), Lukasz Habiera (Nawer), Oskar Podolski (Oesu 1), Pawel Ryzko, Bartek Świątecki (Pener), Robert Proch, Sainer, Seikon

About the Exhibition:
RETRANSMISSION__ is currently one of the largest and most interesting presentations of Polish non-figurative painting outside of the country (Poland). What draws particular attention is the wide spectrum of artists invited to the exhibition, who in no way constitute a hermetic circle focused on the phenomenon of urban art or post-graffiti. This group consists of painters, sketchers, muralists, graphic designers, sculptors and typographers. Thanks to this, RETRANSMISSION__ is not a simple show or an exhibition reduced to a presentation of works of art whose common denominator
tends to be the street. It is an exhibition which constitutes a story about individual styles, the processes of their formation and sometimes even of reducing complex, strongly contextualised forms to geometrical, typographical or compositional figures.

The exhibition as a whole, can also be seen as a sui generis generational manifesto of artists born in the 1980s; artists brought up in a country already free from socialism, shaped by the same cultural codes that were successfully exploited in the United States or Western Europe. Therefore, what may be even more interesting to the viewer is perceiving RETRANSMISSION__ as a reinterpretation of the world common to all of us, but presented from the distant perspective of Poland.
- Cezary Hunkiewicz, Brain Damage Gallery, Poland

Opening Reception: Friday June 3, 7-10pm

On display through: July 8, 2022