Exhibiting a wide range of contemporary art by established, mid-career and emerging artists, CB1 Gallery is located in the rapidly developing downtown Los Angeles’ arts/warehouse district. Our mission is to present museum quality shows in our four galleries with a variety of exhibitions, from painting and drawing, to sculpture, photography, video and other media.
Pretty Hurts – a Panel Discussion on Body Image, Patriarchy, Colonialism, Popular Culture and Social Media, Sunday, May 21, 3 p.m.
Phung Huynh, Bleaching, 2017, oil on canvas, 42" x 42" PRETTY HURTS a panel discussion Sunday, May 21, 2017, 3 p.m. In conjunction with the current exhibition, Pretty Hurts which features new works by artist, Phung Huynh, CB1 Gallery will host a panel discussion about...read more
Borderland, 2015, oil on canvas over panel (2), 60" x 144" REVIEW Lisa Adams’ Fictitious Worlds @ CB1 Gallery and College of the Canyons Art Gallery By Lita Barrie March 22, 2017 Lisa Adams’ idiosyncratic paintings are interior monologues. Her paintings are a hybrid...read more
Cooling Trend, 2016, acrylic, spray paint and fabric collage on canvas, 86" x 111" REVIEW Pattern Recognition: Merion Estes Brings New Life to an Old World BY Douglas Messerlie March 19, 2017 With roots in the Pattern and Decoration movement of the 1970s and 1980s,...read more
Lisa Adams, Toffle's House, 2017, oil on canvas, 16" x 20" PICK OF THE WEEK Lisa Adams – Petrichor By Ezrha Jean Black March 16, 2017 ‘Petrichor’ was a word I was unfamiliar with until Lisa Adams used it as the title of her current show at CB1. It apparently refers to...read more
Michael Mancari, Skate Park, 2016, oil and enamel on canvas, 60" x 77" REVIEW ON VIEW: Forays into Abstract Painting Three Los Angeles Exhibitions By Molly Enholm March 10, 2017 Michael Mancari, “Motherboard” at CB1 Gallery Through April 9, 2017 To view the paintings...read more
Emily Davis Adams, No. 131, 2016, oil on canvas over panel, 11" x 14" REVIEW A vast landscape unfolds in bands of color: Emily Davis Adams at CB1 Gallery By Christopher Knight January 27, 2017 Light is both a particle and a wave in 24 small, abstract paintings by...read more