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New Art Exhibition "Bang Bang" Takes a Closer Look At Our Intimate Lives. 

Opening On The Ground Floor February 13th

Extended Through March 19th, 2016

Annique Delphine,  Self-Portrait in Bed  from the series  Objectify Me , Chromogenic Print, 2015.

Annique Delphine, Self-Portrait in Bed from the series Objectify Me, Chromogenic Print, 2015.


Los Angeles, January 15, 2016 - On The Ground Floor (OTGF) is pleased to present a drippy, sticky, redolent group of new works that collectively relay our human dance with desire. "Bang Bang," a group art exhibition on view February 13 - March 19, 2016, features projects by eight emerging artists who venture onto the merciless terrain of a salacious kind of devotion. Through paintings, photographs, videos, readymade sculpture, and works on paper, this show tiptoes into the bedroom, the bathroom, the back seat, and the back pew to take a closer look at intimate life.

Curated by Malika Ali with recent works by Annique Delphine, Lilac Abramsky-Arazi, Jedediah Johnson, Ralph Dunn, Julia Barbosa Landois, Christopher Wiggins, Emily Heath, and Cindy Hinant.

On The Ground Floor is a South LA based, alternative art space established in the spring of 2014. OTGF hosts art shows, talks, performances, and workshops that seek to foster meaningful conversations about the arts, create organic connections for artists, and preserve space for curatorial experimentation and exploration.  Located at 3616 Mount Vernon Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90008, on the first level of a two-story residence nestled in the hills above historic Leimert Park.

"Bang Bang" is open during events and by appointment only.

Scheduled Events:

Cupid's Arrow - Saturday, February 13, 2016, 7pm to 10pm. Opening Night event happening Valentine's Day weekend with art-inspired craft cocktails.

The Collector's Kiss - Saturday, February 27, 2016, 7pm to 10pm. An invitation-only, private event for collectors, curators, critics, and gallerists.

Eros in the Age of Feminism - Saturday, March 19, 2016, 7pm to 10pm. An open-mic night inviting the public to share racy readings of feminist texts. Free and open to the public.

Please visit our Calendar for more details.

CONTACT: Malika Ali w/Press Inquiries: art@onthegroundfloor.co