STEVE TURNER CONTEMPORARY

Founded in 2007. Steve Turner Contemporary was established in 2007 to showcase emerging American and international artists. The gallery mounts eighteen exhibitions annually at its Los Angeles venue. Conceptual rigor and strong individuality are attributes that all gallery artists share. Whatever their medium, artists are selected for the character of their practice, the integrity of their work, and the conviction with which they pursue their vision.
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Pablo Rasgado, Zona Maco Sur - Pablo Rasgado. Installation View, Steve Turner Contemporary, Booth ZMS20, April 2012 PrevNext

Pablo Rasgado, Zona Maco Sur - Pablo Rasgado. Installation View, Steve Turner Contemporary, Booth ZMS20, April 2012 PrevNext

Rafaël Rozendaal, Falling Falling, Installation view. Steve Turner, 2012 PrevNext

Rafaël Rozendaal, Falling Falling, Installation view. Steve Turner, 2012 PrevNext

Deborah Grant, The Birth of a Genius in the Midnight Sun, 2012. Mixed media on wood panel, 75 x 154 1/2 inches

Deborah Grant, The Birth of a Genius in the Midnight Sun, 2012. Mixed media on wood panel, 75 x 154 1/2 inches

CARLOS MARTIEL, Plegaria Muda, 2014. Performance view, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles PrevNext

CARLOS MARTIEL, Plegaria Muda, 2014. Performance view, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles PrevNext

Maria Anwander, Erased Pictures from Flash Art No. 283, 2013. Flash Art magazine with images erased, erasure residue, 98 plastic bags, Dimensions variable PrevNext

Maria Anwander, Erased Pictures from Flash Art No. 283, 2013. Flash Art magazine with images erased, erasure residue, 98 plastic bags, Dimensions variable PrevNext

Fabiola Torres Alzaga, Adaptando la Carta #3, 2013. Pencil on tracing paper, 9 1/2 x 11 3/4 PrevNext

Fabiola Torres Alzaga, Adaptando la Carta #3, 2013. Pencil on tracing paper, 9 1/2 x 11 3/4 PrevNext

Michael Staniak, IMG_849 (Internet Blue), 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board with stainless steel frame, 48 x 36 inches PrevNext

Michael Staniak, IMG_849 (Internet Blue), 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board with stainless steel frame, 48 x 36 inches PrevNext

Camilo Restrepo, 'Salvador', 2014. Ink, water-soluble wax pastel, tape, newspaper clippings and saliva on paper, 46 1/2 x 24 3/4 inches PrevNext

Camilo Restrepo, 'Salvador', 2014. Ink, water-soluble wax pastel, tape, newspaper clippings and saliva on paper, 46 1/2 x 24 3/4 inches PrevNext

Edgar Orlaineta, Frames after Bruno Munari, 2009. Dimensions Variable. Medium: 13 wearable eyeglasses made with different material such as: silver, sheep wool, steel, anilines, lacquer, paper, carved walnut, mirrors, wood, plywood, tree root, cardboard, cork, Guaje seeds and wool felt. PrevNext

Edgar Orlaineta, Frames after Bruno Munari, 2009. Dimensions Variable. Medium: 13 wearable eyeglasses made with different material such as: silver, sheep wool, steel, anilines, lacquer, paper, carved walnut, mirrors, wood, plywood, tree root, cardboard, cork, Guaje seeds and wool felt. PrevNext

Jonas Lund, Public Access Me, 2012. Website. "Public Access Me is a continuous live stream of my browser in real time",said the artist. -Lauren Cornell- "By directly engaging the new level of openness and visibility present in contemporary culture, “Public Access Me” presents privacy not only as a contested and changing concept but, possibly, an outmoded option. Today, we participate in third-party platforms—be they social media services, online shopping networks, or privately-hosted…

Jonas Lund, Public Access Me, 2012. Website. "Public Access Me is a continuous live stream of my browser in real time",said the artist. -Lauren Cornell- "By directly engaging the new level of openness and visibility present in contemporary culture, “Public Access Me” presents privacy not only as a contested and changing concept but, possibly, an outmoded option. Today, we participate in third-party platforms—be they social media services, online shopping networks, or privately-hosted…

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