New Gallery to the list: MAKE ROOM, Los Angeles

1035 N. Broadway,
Los Angeles, CA 90012

John Yuyi from exhibition at Make Room “MY(TEMPORARY)SELF” March 2018
courtesy Make room gallery

Make Room is a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles. The gallery presents a diverse program of artists through concept-oriented experimental practices in a variety of media, including sculpture, video, sound, painting, printmaking, photography and performance.

As a sister gallery to Beijing Art Now Gallery in China, Make Room presents the Los Angeles debuts of internationally recognized emerging and mid career artists.

First show at Make Room: “Dreaming of Dying Robots and Artificial Flowers” by Magdalen Wong – courtesy Make room gallery

Indeed a very good gallery settled since September 2017. They started to show every month conceptual art from Taiwanese or Hong Kong artists like the excellent John Yuyi or Magdalen Wong and they continue with artists from Malta, Virginia and so on.

Their main purpose is to show with great success meaningful and aesthetically perfect conceptual art. It’s like they preferred the North face of Everest as Angelinos prefer to purchase “beautiful” stuff than conceptual but they knew they got that thing required to detect good conceptual art.

Let’s wish a long life to Make Room gallery

Li Shun Chinglish Sketch – At Make Room, 2019 – Charcoal on pages of Quotations from Chairman Mao, archival pigment print – courtesy Make room gallery