From the gallery that brought Outsider artists to the masses, Lazarides is
delighted to announce its exhibition programme for an exclusive 4-month period
in Los Angeles. Launching in April, Lazarides will host 4 unique exhibitions in a
secret 8,000 square foot venue in Beverly Hills.
With an already reputable relationship with the US, three sell-out exhibitions —
Banksy’s Barely Legal (2006), Antony Micallef’s Impure Idols (2007) and Outsiders
(2008)—Lazarides is returning stateside with an impressive line-up of solo and
To kick it off, David Choe is returning to his hometown after a six-year absence
with Nothing to Declare (23 April-23 May). Then in June, the venue will be taken
over by Europe’s finest JR (Paris), Vhils (Lisbon), Conor Harrington (Cork,
Ireland) and Antony Micallef (London). Next, will be an installation of Jonathan
Yeo’s infamous pornographic portraits (8 July-8 August). Finally, before saying
farewell to the City of Angels, Lazarides will be pleased to present their first solo
exhibition with British artist Jay Jay Burridge.