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Philip Martin Gallery presents innovative, experimental and ambitious artworks in all media at its gallery location in Los Angeles, and at art fairs, both in the United States and abroad.

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Philip Martin Gallery
2712 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034
+213-422-9286 
info@philipmartingallery.com
Instagram: @philipmartingallery


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By appointment until April 28. 


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The gallery does not accept unsolicited submissions. 


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Philip Martin Launches New Los Angeles Gallery,” Artforum, March 10, 2018.



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 1 2018
Los Angeles, CA

Philip Martin is pleased to present his new venture, Philip Martin Gallery. Philip Martin Gallery will present innovative, experimental and ambitious artworks in all media at its gallery location in Los Angeles, and at art fairs, both in the United States and abroad.

Philip Martin Gallery is proud to announce it will continue to represent the artists represented by Cherry and Martin: Ericka Beckman, Kwame Brathwaite, Brian Bress, Carl Cheng, Holly Coulis, Katy Cowan, Tomory Dodge, Nathan Mabry, T. Kelly Mason, Pat O’Neill, Robert Overby, Bernard Piffaretti, Michael Rey, Adam Silverman and Lew Thomas. All inquires with regard to these artists can be directed to Philip Martin at the new gallery, as can other questions with regard to Cherry and Martin.

In addition, Philip Martin Gallery is proud to present works by those artists associated with the French Supports/Surfaces movement. And, it will continue to explore its interest in expanded film, photography and material practice from the 1960s and 70s, as evidenced in such exhibitions as “The Photographic Object 1970,” which explored the legacy of curator Peter Bunnell’s landmark 1970 Museum of Modern Art exhibition, “Photography into Sculpture.”

Please join Philip Martin Gallery at the upcoming Armory Show in New York March 8-11 to celebrate the new venture. Pier 94, Booth #718, Galleries Section. The new website of Philip Martin Gallery is philipmartingallery.com. The Instagram account is @philipmartingallery. The gallery will begin regular programming with a group show of gallery artists that will open April 28, 2018 at its location at 2712 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034.

Philip Martin would personally like to express his heartfelt thanks to all the artists who presented their work at Cherry and Martin. In their respective bodies of work, and in their own unique ways, these artists provided us with a generous opportunity to consider the changing nature of the art object at the beginning of the twenty-first century. At the same time, these artists pushed us to ask vital questions about who we are today and what it means to live in the context of our product-driven, global mass media culture.

Cherry and Martin was co-founded by Mary Leigh Cherry and Philip Martin in January 2006. Philip Martin would like to thank Mary Leigh Cherry for her hard work and collaboration, and wishes her the best as she pursues her own new interests. Finally, of course, Philip Martin would like to express his deep gratitude to the artists, critics, clients, curators, gallerists, vendors, fabricators, shippers, employees, flâneurs, bon vivants and everyday folks who visited and supported the gallery, found community, and made presenting work at Cherry and Martin a special experience for him.

A complete list of the artists who presented their work at Cherry and Martin: Bas Jan Ader, André-Pierre Arnal, John Baldessari, Michael Bauer, William Basinski and James Elaine, Ericka Beckman, Whitney Bedford, Nina Beier, Walead Beshty, Libby Black, Sebastian Black, Jennifer Boysen, Kwame Brathwaite, Brian Bress, Ellen Brooks, Robert Brown, Pierre Buraglio, Louis Cane, Alice Channer, Carl Cheng, Claude Collins-Stracensky, Matt Connors, Holly Coulis, Katy Cowan, Vija Celmins, Robert Cumming, Darryl Curran, Peter d’Agostino, Jack Dale, Michael de Courcy, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Tony de los Reyes, Marc Devade, Daniel Dezeuze, Steve DiBenedetto, John Divola, Tomory Dodge, Noël Dolla, Daniel Dove, Gintaras Didziapetris, Luke Dowd, Mari Eastman, Roe Ethridge, Hal Fischer, Robbert Flick, Ceal Floyer, Llyn Foulkes, Alison Fox, Erik Frydenborg, Ryan Gander, Piero Golia, Marcelino Gonçalves, Nicolás Guagnini, Angelina Gualdoni, Wade Guyton, Andre Haluska, Peter Harkawik, Isabell Heimerdinger, Max Hein, Portia Hein, Robert Heinecken, John Henderson, Anton Henning, Nick Herman, Gary Hill, Jenny Holzer, Elliott Hundley, Marc Hundley, Ross Iannatti, Richard Jackson, Tobias Kaspar, Alex Klein, Susanne Kriemann, Kriwet, Ansel Krut, Takuro Kuwata, Elad Lassry, Louise Lawler, Leigh Ledare, Sol LeWitt, David X. Levine, Sam Lewitt, Nathan Mabry, Max Maslansky, T. Kelly Mason, Kim McCarty, Charlotte McGowan-Griffin, Jerry McMillan, Jean-Michel Meurice, Ad Minoliti, Jonathan Monk, Florian Morlat, Rebecca Morris, Bea Nettles, William J. O’Brien, Pat O’Neill, Ruby Osorio, Anna Ostoya, Robert Overby, Djordje Ozbolt, Bernard Pagès, Matt Paweski, Anthony Pearson, James Pennuto, Mai-Thu Perret, Donna-Lee Phillips, Bernard Piffaretti, Douglas Prince, Antonio Adriano Puleo, Dale Quarterman, Noam Rappaport, Mandla Reuter, Michael Rey, Charles Roitz, Amanda Ross-Ho, Ed Ruscha, Andrea Sala, Patrick Saytour, Collier Schorr, Jeremy Shaw, Noah Sheldon, Alan Shields, David Shrigley, Lui Shtini, Adam Silverman, Ettore Sottsass, Michael Stickrod, Michael Stone, Edmund Teske, Lew Thomas, Francis Upritchard, Sara VanDerBeek, Torbjorn Vejvi, Claude Viallat, Ted Victoria, Tyler Vlahovich, Todd Walker, Robert Watts, Lynton Wells, Christopher Williams, Hannah Whitaker, Yuh-Shioh Wong and Augusta Wood.

Until the fall of 2019, Cherry and Martin’s exhibition archive will remain on view at: http://www.cherryandmartin.com/exhibitions/past, at which point it will be moved to the Philip Martin Gallery website.

For further information and images please contact Philip Martin at philip@philipmartingallery.com