Elliott Levenglick Gallery is a contemporary Art Gallery located in New York City and Downtown Los Angeles that represents emerging artists. Founded in 2014 by Elliott Levenglick, Elliott Levenglick Gallery is dedicated to curated exhibitions focusing on contemporary art that reflect a diversified program of emerging art. In New York, the gallery has presented shows comprised of painting, video art, photography and sculpture. Past shows have included exhibitions by Evan Robarts, Rachel Rossin (recently positively reviewed in New York Times, New York Observer and ArtForum) and multimedia German artist, Annina Roescheisen who also showed at the 2014 Venice Biennial, and prolific painter, Lance de los Reyes, among others. Elliott Levenglick Gallery opened its Los Angeles gallery in December 2015 located in the downtown Arts District and will focus on presenting installations in addition to continuing to exhibit paintings sculptures and video art.
Elliott Levenglick Gallery’s most current exhibition is called “By and By,” which is going on until June 30th. The artist featured, Brittany Mojo, looks to mundane objects in her immediate surroundings that become the focus of her sculptures. Specializing in ceramics, she frequently incorporates other elements traditionally associated with crafts, including wood and paper mâché. Brittany Mojo’s exceptional approach to art, with her interesting choice of materials and flare, is a pleasure to observe. She is an artist who does not fear experimentation and innovation as well as embracing change and modernism. The effort and time that she puts into every one of her sculptures is unbelievable. She has a full mind of ideas and self-expressions like no other.
The contemporary art world is vibrant and booming like never before and it’s a twenty-first century phenomenon, a global industry in its own right. Contemporary artists seek the power to astonish, challenge and surprise: the legend of Elliott Levenglick Gallery achieves all of these things through their exhibitions that they present. They showcases art that the public may not ordinarily have access to outside of a large urban environment within a welcoming, creative, and inspirational platform. I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what they accomplish next!
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