Jen DeNike's videos are included in Our Darkness, Screening Program curated by Viktor Neumann in Gdansk, Poland.
Amie Dicke solo exhibition Collecting Alibis at Stigter van Doesburg, opening October 12, 2013.
Jesse Fleming Snail and the Razor is included in Segment #4 at The Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul as well as in Cutting Edge TV curated by Creative Time at all The Standard Hotels.
Elias Hansen is included in ANAMERICANA curated by Vincenzo De Bellis at the American Academy in Rome
HEY, the gallery expanded!!
Jay Stuckey, PRIMA MATERIA, September 28 - November 9, 2013
Anat Ebgi is pleased to announce PRIMA MATERIA, an exhibition of new paintings by Jay Stuckey. The show will open Saturday September 28 and run through November 9th. The opening reception will be held on Saturday September 28 from 5-7pm. This exhibition will inaugurate the newly expanded gallery space located at 2660 S La Cienega Blvd in Culver City.
Jay Stuckey interviewed by Arthur Peña in New American Paintings
Reader, Mixed Dealings: August 3 - August 24, 2013
In Mixed Dealings, The Reader appropriates found materials to bear his slogans, embracing texture and corrosion. Metal, glass, newspaper boxes, paper and cigarette foil in varying stages of decay make up the work’s elements. Reader’s signage references the seen but unnoticed typographical forms of our urban landscapes. The work allows another chance at beauty and use for materials often seen lay to waste.
Wassup Painters (Curated by Pavan Segal): June 8 - July 20, 2013
Anat Ebgi is pleased to present Wassup Painters, a group show organized by Pavan Segal featuring work by Kerstin Brätsch, Paul Cowan, Cynthia Daignault, Liam Everett, Henrik Olai Kaarstein, and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. The show will open on June 8, and will be on view until July 20.
Los Angeles Nomatic Division presents JenDeNike's Lolita Lo. Utilizing the intimate and plush setting of the Soho House West Hollywood's Screening Room, New York-based artist Jen DeNike will present her own version of Stanley Kubrick's Lolita with the presentation of both a video and performance that dialogs with the film's allure of the character Lolita. The presentation has an original piano score, performed live by composer Jay Israelson to punctuate the film and performances.
Joe Reihsen, Clean Title No Accidents: April 13 - May 25, 2013
Anat Ebgi is pleased to announce Clean Title, No Accidents, Joe Reihsen’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. The show will open on April 13, and will be on view until May 25. A reception will be held at the gallery on Saturday, April 13, from 6-8pm, coinciding with the grand opening of the new gallery space located at 2660 La Cienega Blvd in Culver City.
Reviewed by Ed Schad in Art Review
Reviewed by SFAQ
Recommended by Visual Art Source
Featured on ArtWeekLA
Lucie Fontaine, I Love Lucie: February 14 - March 23, 2013
Anat Ebgi and Esther Kim Varet of Various Small Fires have invited Lucie Fontaine to present a solo show to be split between their two Los Angeles galleries. Lucie Fontaine has conceived a series of artworks, each comprised of two parts, which will be divided between the two spaces: half of each piece will be shown at Anat Ebgi, and the other half will be shown at Various Small Fires.
Art Los Angeles Contemporary: January 24 - 27, 2013
Featuring Lucie Fontaine "Le fil rouge" In conjunction with Various Small Fires
Featured on Timeout Los Angeles
Jen Denike, The Star Card: November 10, 2012 – January 26, 2013
Anat Ebgi is pleased to announce Jen DeNike’s second Los Angeles exhibition, The Star Card, a sensory experience and immersive environment of video, photography, sculpture, collage, and performance. The exhibition pronounces her interest in the choreography of ritual as forms, sites and artifacts.
Star Card reviewed by Ed schad in Art Review
On Seing: Divination by Annie Buckley for Huffington Post
Jen DeNike is in Too Deep by Holly Myers for LA Times
Jen DeNike at the Anat Ebgi Gallery in Los Angeles on Art Media Agency
The Star Card- An Art Show on The Tarot Room
Jen DeNike art opening “The Star Card” and “Full Moon Fever” by Pauline Adamek for ArtsBeatLA
Jen DeNike: The Star Card on Voice Places
Clouds in My Coffee by Robin Newman for Dossier Journal
Art Platform Los Angeles, featuring Jay Stuckey: September 28-30, 2012
Top Galleries at Art Platform—Los Angeles by Alexis Johnson for Los Angeles Confidential
Featured in New American Paintings on Anne Ellegood's Painters to Watch List
Aaron Young, No Fucking Way: May 11 – June 30, 2012
The Company is pleased to announce Aaron Young’s Los Angeles exhibition, No Fucking Way, on view from May 11 – June 23. In the current exhibition, No Fucking Way, six new paintings depicting Internet and magazine sourced portraits of tabloid sensations Casey Anthony, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Knox, Jessica Simpson, Heidi Montag, and the skating rivals Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan will be on view. The women obligingly pose with the American flag in some form -- either wrapped in it, dangling from their mouth, or worn as a bikini.
Aaron Young: Burn Rubber on Nowness
Aaron Young Motorcycle Diaries on Artlog
New Art Dealers Alliance New York 2012: May 4 - 8, 2012
Featuring Elias Hansen and David Hendren
Design at NADA New York by Brook S. Mason for Artnet
The Moving Image Fair, featuring Jesse Fleming and Alexa Gerrity: January 11 - 18, 2012
THE COMPANY is pleased to announce the screening of Jesse Fleming’s latest video work, The Snail and the Razor. The video will screen continuously during gallery hours from Wednesday, January 11th to January 18th, 2012. A special evening viewing and reception with the artist will take place January 14th from 7 – 9pm. The Snail and the Razor depicts an interaction between a snail and an erect razor blade. Watching the video in real time is at once suspenseful, agonizing, humorous, heroic, suicidal, and inevitably transcendent. The action starts small, growing as we reflect on, and identify with, the journey of the slow moving creature.
The Snail Survives: Highlights from the Moving Image Fair by Paddy Johnson for ART FAG CITY
Five Moving Images from the Moving Image Fair on Artinfo
Highlights from the Moving Image Fair on This Week New York
Moving Image Emerging Artist Prize awarded to Jesse Fleming
Elias Hansen and The Reader: We barely made it: January 21 - February 25, 2012
WEST COAST. The WEST of which I speak is but another name for WILD; and what I have been preparing to say is, that in WILDERNESS is the PRESERVATION of the WORLD. --From OPERATION: MADMAN presents The READER.
The Company is pleased to announce We barely made it, a two person exhibition featuring Elias Hansen & The Reader. We barely made it brings together these long time friends from the Pacific Northwest for the first time in Los Angeles from Jan 21-Feb 25, with an opening reception Saturday Jan 21, 6-8pm.
Reviewed by Leah Ollman for the Los Angeles Times
Elias Hansen profiled by Nino Mier in ARTELIER ltd.
Scene & Herd by Andrew Bernardini for ARTFORUM.COM
Joe Reihsen, Preview: November 5 - January 7, 2012
Featured in LA Weekly Five Artsy Things to This Week
Featured in Los Angeles I'm Yours
Photographs of opening by TRYHARDER
Jesse Fleming at the Bolinas Museum: October 1 - November 13, 2011
Jesse Fleming and family Interpret the Land and Water of Point Reyes in 38 2' 26" N, 122 47' 59" W: Coordinates of Place, at Bolinas Museum. Featured on SF Gate
Jay Stuckey, Glad Day: September 3 – October 2, 2011
The Company is pleased to announce Glad Day, Jay Stuckey’s first solo show at the gallery, running from September 3 thru October 1. An opening reception will take place Saturday September 17 from 6-8pm. A selection of large-scale paintings will be presented at the gallery located at 955 Chung King Road in Chinatown.
Jay Stuckey, Glad Day book Each book is hand drawn by Jay Stuckey on canvas covers. Hand sewn and bound by Rosanna Albertini. Edition of 50.
Featured in New York Times / International Herald Tribune, April 15, 2011
Like a magic candle, Chinatown relights by Doug Harvey, Featuring Alexa Gerrity
Kenji Fujita, Zak Kitnick, and Sam Pulitzer, Live at The Acropolis: June 18 - August 13, 2011
The Company is pleased to present Kenji Fujita, Zak Kitnick, Sam Pulitzer: Live at the Acropolis, an exhibition that brings together three artists working with a shared interest in architectural space, alteration and ornamentation, and a matter-of-fact treatment of materials. Using found and purchased materials, the selected works seek to engage the space through gestures that highlight the relationship of the work to the gallery and to the world.
Photographs of opening by TryHarder
Elias Hansen, Next time, they'll know it's us: January 21 – February 26, 2011
The Company is pleased to present Next time, they’ll know it's us, Eli Hansen’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Next time,… expands upon his previous show, Predicting the Present, where his blown glasses were polished to be conduits for seeing and foretelling. The exhibition runs from January 21 – February 26, 2011. Hansen’s sculptures are assembled from a combination of materials sourced from the Pacific Northwest. A Northwest native, Hansen has been living on neighboring Vashon, a relatively isolated island accessible only by ferry, for the past 8 months.
Reviewed by Andrew Berardini for Art Review
Reviewed by Leah Ollman for Los Angeles Times
Reviewed by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer for ArtSlant and Mousse Magazine
Reviewed by Joanna Fiduccia for Art Agenda
Alexa Gerrity, The Venus Effect: October 29 - December 18, 2010
The Company is pleased to present The Venus Effect, Alexa Gerrity’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles featuring a multi-medium installation of video, paintings, and text. The exhibition will open Oct. 29th and run thru Dec. 11th, 2010.
Featured on Huffington Post
Featured as best emerging artist on Refinery 29
Jen Denike, Scrying Trilogy: September 17 – October 23, 2010
The Company is pleased to present The Scrying Trilogy, Jen DeNike’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The Scrying Trilogy incorporates three new works: Another Circle, Crystal Forest and Hydromancy, each expanding on the ballet SCRYING , which debuted at the Museum of Modern Art in New York earlier this year. Reviewed by Jonathan Griffin for Flash Art
Reviewed by Andrew Berardini in ArtSlant
Reviewed by Carol Cheh in Another Righteous Transfer!
Featured as one of 10 Must-See Art Shows for Fall by Flavorpill
Photographs of opening by Try Harder
"Jen DeNike: SCRYING at Museum of Modern Art, New York" New York Times
Lisi Raskin, Mt. Disappointment: May 8 - June 26, 2010
The Company is pleased to announce Lisi Raskin's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, titled Mt. Disappointment. Raskin will utilize The Company’s main gallery and garage in her staging of an immersive play environment. The show's narrative begins in the garage where Raskin has installed a large collage to serve as a stand-in for the incoming bomber threat that the Nike/Hercules missile program was designed to thwart. In response to this bomber collage, Raskin constructs a crude replica of a Browning M2 machine gun, a versatile, firearm usually mounted to tanks. However, in this case, Raskin has mounted the machine gun to a sculpture instead. Over the course of the exhibition, the garage space will also be the site for various performances that Raskin will stage.
Featured by Flash Art
Elias Hansen, Predicting the Present: January 14 – February 28, 2010
The Company is pleased to announce Predicting the Present by Tacoma based artist Elias Hansen. Elias Hansen assembled discarded furnishings, such as a side table and door, and inserted hand-blown concave/convex circular glass to transform the objects into makeshift “seeing” stations. Peering through the appended glass, an image of run-down house is revealed. The low resolution photographs were taken by the artist and digitally manipulated to appear worn and aged. The glass insertions into the furniture might gain entry into their essence—what have these discarded objects witnessed? Were they inside these homes before they became detritus? Hansen resuscitates the objects, altering their original function into a metaphysical one. Daily Serving
Margo Victor, The Rotten Riotous West: October 10 – November 8, 2009
Featuring the Los Angeles premiere of the fIlm, The Rotten Riotous West, and several large scale paintings.
Reviewed by Artillery Mag
The Company profiled on Lipstick Tracez featuring work by Margo Victor.
Jesse Fleming, Methods of Invisibility (Shades of Gray): June 27 – July 25, 2009
The Company is pleased to announce the exhibition of “Jesse Reding Fleming’s Methods of Invisibility: Shades of Gray (2001-2009).” In addition to an installation in The Company’s main exhibition space, the video for this project (shot while driving from California to New York in 2001, edited in 2009) will make its world premiere in The Company’s video garage. Jesse states, “Eight years later, returning to California and for my first show in LA, it seemed to be a suitable time to reopen it for completion.” Reviewed by Frieze
Screwball Asses: April 25 - June 7, 2009
Featuring Gene Barnes a.k.a. Portia Manson, Sheyla baykal, Gary Lee Boas, Robert alan hyde, Hedi el Kholti, Matt Fishbeck, Mark Flores, Paul Gellman, David Jones, William E. Jones, Brian Kenny, Slava Mogutin, Donnie & Travis.
Curated by Hedi El Kholti and Dave Jones
Chris Jahncke, Lisi Raskin, Julie Orser at The Company: January 24 - March 7, 2009
Photographs of opening by Try Harder