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. Philip Martin Gallery presented the first American or Californian solo exhibitions in decades for artists like Hal Fischer, Ferdinand Kriwet, Bernard Piffaretti, Alan Shields, Supports/Surfaces and Photography and Language, and launched the careers of Matt Connors, Elad Lassry and Amanda Ross-Ho. Philip Martin Gallery won the International Art Critics Association award for Best Show in a Commercial Gallery Nationally for its remounting of curator Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA exhibition, “Photography into Sculpture.” The gallery has published catalogs, including: "Sky Glabush: Sun/Gate” (2022) and "Hal Fischer: Gay Semiotics" (1977/2014); and has provided support for books, including: "Thought Pieces: 1970s Photographs by Lew Thomas, Donna-Lee Philips, and Hal Fischer" (SFMoMA/MACK, 2020); "Ericka Beckman: Double Reverse" (MIT, 2019); "Kwame Brathwaite" (Aperture, 2018); "Ericka Beckman" (Secession, 2017); "Brian Bress: Make Your Own Friends" (MCA Denver, 2016); "Matt Connors: Machines" (Rainoff, 2014); "Robert Heinecken: Lessons in Posing Subjects" (WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre, 2014); and "Robert Overby: Works 1969-1987" (CAC Geneva/Mousse, 2014).


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