Harmony Murphy GalleryLos Angeles
Harmony Murphy gallery was founded in 2014 to showcase a mixture of emerging and under appreciated artists from Los Angeles and beyond. It also serves as the research office for the forthcoming Robert Irwin Qualatative History.
After opening its doors on South Santa Fe Ave in Los Angeles in 2014 the gallery commenced with an ambitious exhibition program of solo and two person shows featuring emerging artists such as Rachelle Sawatsky, Aki Sasamoto, G.T. Pellizzi, Joel Holmberg, and Erica Mahinay. The gallery also commissioned major site-specific outdoor sculptures by Joshua Callaghan, Thomas Demello, and Kathryn Garcia as part of its WIDE OPEN series.
In the spring of 2015 the gallery lost its lease in the Arts District to make way for a condo development and relocated to the Little Tokyo neighborhood, blocks from the MOCA Geffen Contemporary and the the new Hauser Wirth Schimmel complex. Since reopening at its new location the gallery has presented the first Los Angeles solo shows of Ed Bereal and Jane Hugentober as well as a group show featuring the works of Robert Irwin and Guy de Cointet along with a group of emerging artists including Joseph Huppert and Chanel von Habsburg Lothringen.