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Preview: “Art Collector Starter Kit” Group Show at Corey Helford Gallery and CHG Circa

On March 23, Corey Helford Gallery and CHG Circa in Los Angeles will debut a group show with a large line-up of artists working with small dimensions. "Art Collector Starter Kit" features 12-by-12 inch paintings by 50 contemporary artists, prominent and emerging. Many among this diverse group have been featured in recent issues of our magazine, including Chloe Early (HF Vol. 26), Sage Vaughn (HF Vol. 26), Sylvia Ji (HF Vol. 16), Henrik Uldalen (HF Vol. 24), Esao Andrews (HF Vol. 22), Michael Page (HF Vol. 22), Natalia Fabia (HF Vol. 22), Luke Chueh (HF Vol. 24), Martin Wittfooth (HF Vol. 19) and many more. The show will offer a sampling of these artists' distinct styles, served on bite-sized canvases. Take a look at our sneak preview of the show after the jump, images courtesy of Corey Helford Gallery.

Marie Vlasic

On March 23, Corey Helford Gallery and CHG Circa in Los Angeles will debut a group show with a large line-up of artists working with small dimensions. “Art Collector Starter Kit” features 12-by-12 inch paintings by 50 contemporary artists, prominent and emerging. Many among this diverse group have been featured in recent issues of our magazine, including Chloe Early (HF Vol. 26), Sage Vaughn (HF Vol. 26), Sylvia Ji (HF Vol. 16), Henrik Uldalen (HF Vol. 24), Esao Andrews (HF Vol. 22), Michael Page (HF Vol. 22), Natalia Fabia (HF Vol. 22), Luke Chueh (HF Vol. 24), Martin Wittfooth (HF Vol. 19) and many more. The show will offer a sampling of these artists’ distinct styles, served on bite-sized canvases. Take a look at our sneak preview of the show below, images courtesy of Corey Helford Gallery.

Michael Page

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Natalia Fabia

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