Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Electric Longings

Electric Longings

Kathryn O’Halloran

Harmony Murphy Gallery Los Angeles, California, USA 01/25/2017 – 03/11/2017

Harmony Murphy Gallery presents Electric Longings, an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Kathyrn O’Halloran. The show brings together a series of sculptures assembled from culturally situated materials such as ikea furniture, a childhood bed tent, utility rope, flashlights, coat hangers and birthday candles, amongst others. Nostalgic relics from her middle class american

Kathryn O’Halloran, Focus and Gather Stations (for the sun) [detail], 2017. Utility rope, glue, aluminium leaf, and bamboo. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy of the artist and Harmony Murphy Gallery. Photo: Marten Elder. Installation view: Kathryn O’Halloran, Electric Longings, Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles, January 25th – March 11th, 2017. Image courtesy of the artist and

Flat Foldability Flat Foldability

Flat Foldability

Amna Asghar, Joshua Callaghan, Guy de Cointet, and more

Harmony Murphy Gallery Los Angeles, California, USA 04/21/2016 – 06/11/2016

Artists: Amna Asghar, Joshua Callaghan, Guy de Cointet, Thomas Demello, Anthony Giannini, Rives Granade, Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen, Joseph Huppert, Robert Irwin, Anna Elise Johnson, Kathryn O’Halloran. Harmony Murphy Gallery is pleased to present its first group exhibition: Flat Foldability, which explores the notion of determining crease pattern potentials from a single vertex that can result in a flat object or, the

Artists: Amna Asghar, Joshua Callaghan, Guy de Cointet, Thomas Demello, Anthony Giannini, Rives Granade, Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen, Joseph Huppert, Robert Irwin, Anna Elise Johnson, Kathryn O’Halloran. Harmony Murphy Gallery is pleased to present its first group exhibition: Flat Foldability, which explores the notion of determining crease pattern potentials from a single vertex that can result in a flat object or, the

Saline Communion

Saline Communion

Kathryn O'Halloran

Harmony Murphy Gallery Los Angeles, California, USA 05/20/2015 – 06/27/2015

For both artists, Saline Communion reflects their relationship as friends, collaborators, and confidants. The work is sourced from the deep well that is their relationship, which is made up of intimate conversations – drunk and sober, dancing, grooming, and of course from time to time working side by side. The ideas in the work reflect

For both artists, Saline Communion reflects their relationship as friends, collaborators, and confidants. The work is sourced from the deep well that is their relationship, which is made up of intimate conversations – drunk and sober, dancing, grooming, and of course from time to time working side by side. The ideas in the work reflect