Gabriella Lewis I aim to draw people into her world. Monochrome multimedia installation, Sculpture Exploring colored race surveillance in a laundromat, Live performance She is in Fabroso, leaving herself in the pink bar of Zote’s bubble gum. A colorful personal style inspired by Video Vixen in the early 2000s.
She is an artist who moves you to say, “Yeah, that’s cool.”
30-year-old Lewis from the San Fernando Valley Star In the LA art scene. But her work speaks more to everyday Angeleno — people like her stepfather who run a handyman business and often help build her installation. Or a sister who loves Lewis’ Jenni Rivera. You may not be a regular at the gallery, but art has an eye.
“My goal is to connect people like my family, and people who don’t have a general understanding of art, with art,” says Lewis. Her exhibition “Grounding, Prevent From Flying” debuted at Paulina Lara’s new exhibition. La Pau Gallery We will achieve that exactly at 5 pm on July 10th.
Lewis has performed and exhibited everywhere from Mexico to Belgium. However, there is always something special about showing your work at your LA home. “It’s completely different to have family and friends there. Uh?”
Don’t miss “Grounding, Prevent From Flying” which will be held until August 14th. Please email [email protected] to confirm your attendance at the opening.
Mantra that keeps me sane now:
My dependable look that makes me feel like myself:
Where to go for inspiration:
What gives me life:
The inside of my brain now looks like this:
Catch me outside all summer in this place:
The best discreet recycling spot in LA or Valley:
The color I’m crazy about right now:
My playlist now
Awaken brooklyn — Lenny Dee & DJ Cirillo
Selfie that captures the mood of this month
“Bright AF lol in the park”
The most perfect image on my camera roll
“Random walls encountered in the desolate areas of New Mexico.”
Screenshots of a hot and burning meme
“This was the only meme suitable for posting to The Times 😂 Others were too crazy.”
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