"PANTONE PDC” explores the impact of New Media Art on Contemporary Art forms. Industry Gallery is changing up its curatorial tactics by partnering with Nashville curators to juxtapose the creations of artists from two distict metropolitan cultures. New Media Artists from Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California showcasing the mediums of today: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Projection Mapping, 3D Printing, and Audiovisual Installation.
Janne Kyttanen is a digital sculptor creating multidisciplinary work at the intersection of 3D printing, virtual & augmented reality.
This October, Elena Manferdini’s Building Portraits leaps from the canvas to the corporeal with Ink On Mirror.
The exhibition “GYOPO” showcases an artistic dialogue between eight Korean-American artists who convey their unique perspectives as Gyopo in 21st century America.
When “city” converges with “backcountry,” what happens? Industry teams up with LA-based sculptor and performance artist, Kelly Wall for her first solo exhibition titled “The Last Thing You’ll Ever See: White Lightning, Woven Satellites, and Man-made Stars”, exploring this overlap and its unique presence in the city of angels..
Growing up in Portland, underneath vast trees and pouring rain, LA-based artist Lacey Stoffer developed a fascination of organic shapes in great numbers...
“Building Portraits” is a suite of elevation studies developed by Atelier Manferdini, the Award winning design office of Elena Manferdini, based in Venice CA.
INDUSTRY participated in the 3rd annual FOG Design + Art fair in San Fransisco making it out 2nd time participating in the fair.
GYOPO is a Korean term with a growing negative connotation referring to a person living outside the "Home Country", who has lost touch with their cultural roots.
A Series of digital environments populated with semiautonomous agents which spontaneously wander...
INDUSTRY participated in the 2nd Annual Art Silicon Valley showcasing work by Tobias Klein and Kelly Wall.
If California were its own nation, it would have the 9th largest economy in the world.
Industry’s latest exhibit examines one of man’s earliest inventions: the chair.
Forgoing the white walls of the traditional fair booth, Industry jumped across Collins Avenue into the Penthouse Suite of the Aqua Art Fair, the only hotel fair of Miami Art Week.
Industry was thrilled to participate in the inaugural Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco Fair in October, 2015.
Industry traveled to the City by the Bay for the inaugural FOG Art + Design Fair in
January 2014, presenting the “Binary Room” by Industry designer Benjamin Rollins
For Design Miami 2013, Industry designer and artist Benjamin Rollins Caldwell created a site-specific installation called “The Binary Room” consisting of walls, designs and flooring made out of thousands of pieces of motherboards, computer drivers, keyboard, Ethernet cable, cable ribbon.
For the 2013 Gwangju Design Biennale in Gwangju, South Korea, the curators invited Industry and its designers to curate a special exhibition on contemporary design that explored the boundaries of “art” and “furniture.”
In March, 2013, Industry brought contemporary design to the Middle East at Design Days Dubai, the first fair in the region devoted exclusively to contemporary and historical design.
Commissioned by INDUSTRY for its January 2013 opening at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, Manferdini’s work”Eye-Candy” is a deliberate flirtation with the contemporary attraction to the glossy, the playful, the fictional and the pop.
For its final exhibition in Washington DC before relocating to Los Angeles, Industry presented two interactive installations by architect, artist and designer Tobias Klein: Invisible Human and Virtual Sunset.
For Design Miami 2012, Industry highlighted the work of two emerging Belgian designers: Maarten de Ceulaer and Jens Praet. Industry commissioned three collections for the fair, each of which highlighted the diverse materials and methods employed by these two young designers.
With “Spun,” Industry premiered in the U.S. Danish-born designer Mathias
Bengtsson’s modular, innovative and high-tech “Spun Bench” seating series of made
of carbon fiber.
In his first U.S. solo exhibition at Industry, architect and designer Philip Michael Wolfson exhibited a new series of Tsukumogamis, a type of Japanese "artifact spirit"--living inanimate objects.
Industry launched its fall 2011 design season with the first U.S. solo exhibition of work by innovative British artist and designer, Tom Price.
For this exhibition, Praet shredded and recycled copies of “Art in America,” “Capitol File,” “Details,” “Fast Company” and “Robb Report” magazines to create five different designs: console, bench, side table, large table, and shelf.
For its inaugural showing at Design Miami, the world’s leading design fair, Industry exhibited new work by celebrated Dutch design duo Tejo Remy & Rene Veenhuizen.
Industry Gallery opened its doors Saturday, January 15th, 2010 in a former car repair shop in the Trinidad neighborhood of Washington DC. For its first exhibition, the gallery premiered new work by sculptural designer Shlomo Harush and his gloriously banged, beaten, and battered selection of aluminum designs, from chairs to benches, floor lamps to stools.
Nature / Data" marked the first solo U.S. exhibition for New York-based Italian designer and architect Antonio Pio Saracino.
Following on the international attention of the gallery’s Tejo Remy & Rene Veenhuizen exhibition, the gallery found it the perfect opportunity to point its new glare at the work and career of Chris Rucker, an emerging designer living in New York City.