Close

WUHO Gallery Presents SSAS Opening Reception

Join WUHO Gallery on Saturday, December 8th at 6pm for the opening of SSAS: Small Scale Architecture Store, WUHO’s first curated holiday sale. Proceeds from the sales of the work in this exhibition will help fund Woodbury School of Architecture student scholarships.

SSAS Opening Reception
Saturday, December 8th, 2018 at 6:00pm
6518 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

SSAS celebrates and sells the work of designers who push the boundaries of function and assembly, material and product, to produce indispensable objects to wear, utilize, adorn, carry, occupy, enlighten, and beautify. Organized by Nina Briggs and Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, SSAS features the work of 40 designers who are exploring the boundaries of architecture and object. SSAS will run through December 23, 2018.

See the full list of participants.

Posted in 2019, Past

Comments Off on WUHO Gallery Presents SSAS Opening Reception

Current

Exhibition dates:  13 April – 5 May, 2019 Floating Cities features a catalog of various floating typologies from around the world, including floating houses, art projects, landscapes, infrastructure (bridges, tunnels, […]

Continue reading →

View all

Past

CLOSED WORLDS is an exhibition curated by Lydia Kallipoliti. Closed Worlds exhibits an archive of 41 historical living prototypes from 1941 to the present that put forth an unexplored genealogy of […]

Continue reading →

View all

Press

The Now What?! exhibition at WUHO Gallery was recently featured by the Los Angeles Times in an entertainment and arts article by Wendy Gilmartin. As she states, “In an expansive undertaking, […]

Continue reading →

View all

Upcoming

Exhibition dates:  Friday, June 28th – Sunday, July 14th The opening reception for the JSI Photography Award is curated by Barbara Bestor. Livia Corona Benjamin lives and works between New […]

Continue reading →

View all

2019

Exhibition dates:  Friday, June 28th – Sunday, July 14th The opening reception for the JSI Photography Award is curated by Barbara Bestor. Livia Corona Benjamin lives and works between New […]

Continue reading →

View all