Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) was established in 2006 by Jan Corey Helford and her husband, television producer and creator, Bruce Helford (Anger Management, The Drew Carey Show, George Lopez, The Oblongs). CHG represents a diverse collection of Contemporary artists influenced by today’s pop culture, encompassing the genres of New Figurative, Pop Surreal, Graffiti and Street Art. Artists include Josh Agle (Shag), Ron English, D*Face, Camille Rose Garcia, Chloe Early, Eine, Natalia Fabia, Hush, Liz McGrath, Richard J. Oliver, Herakut, Kukula, Sylvia Ji, Eric Joyner, Brandi Milne, Korin Faught, Mary Jane Ansell, Martin Wittfooth, Lori Nelson, Hannah Yata, Camilla d’Errico, Hikari Shimoda and more. Renowned for its notable exhibitions, the gallery has presented “Charity By Numbers,” which was co-curated by Gary Baseman and featured an unprecedented lineup of artists including Mark Ryden, Marion Peck, Shepard Fairey, Todd and Kathy Schorr, Camille Rose Garcia, and Michael Hussar, as well as “La Noche de la Fusion,” an epic Carnivalesque festival and solo exhibition for Pervasive artist Gary Baseman. In 2010, Corey Helford Gallery partnered with Bristol’s City Museum & Art Gallery for the transatlantic collaboration “Art From The New World,” a world-class United Kingdom museum exhibition showcasing work by a formidable group of 49 of the finest emerging and noted American artists.
After 9 years in Culver City, the gallery re-located in December 2015 to a robust 12,000 sq. ft. building in Downtown Los Angeles (571 South Anderson St.) where it continues to benefit the trend-setting exhibitions it hosts within the heart of the city’s art community. The new location looms seven times larger than the original. Moreover, it boasts three separate galleries, each of which house individual artist and group exhibitions. The main gallery takes up 4,500 sq. ft., offering total immersion for attendees. CHG presents new exhibitions approximately every four weeks.