DESERT                                                                                LOS ANGELES
73190 El Paseo Suite #3                                                     *Address to be unveiled soon*
Palm Desert CA 92260                                                         Los Angeles, CA 90013

Desert Opening: Oct. 2 | 5:00-8:00 pm                                 LA Launch: Sept. 19 | 5:00-9:00 pm

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We are pleased to announce that the gallery will soon open a second location in Los Angeles!

Please join us for our DTLA Launch 
SEPT 19 + 20
Featuring a Ken Lum 30-year survey exhibition 
Artist Reception: Sat, Sept 19 | 5:00 pm
Open House: Sun, Sept 20 | 12:00-5:00 pm
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DESERT HOURS: Opening Oct. 2, 2015                                    LA HOURS: Coming Soon
Wed-Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Closed Mon + Tues or by appointment

Coming soon for the royale projects LA gallery inaugural opening weekend Sept. 19 + 20 :

Ken Lum is an Artist
A 30-year survey exhibition
Known as an innovator of post-conceptual art, Ken Lum's work explores self-identity, immigration, language and spatial politics. Lum is recognized as part of the "Vancouver School" of conceptual photography (alongside luminary artists Jeff Wall, Rodney Graham and Ian Wallace), but he also works in a large variety of media including painting, performance, sculpture and photography. He recently participated in the 2014 Whitney Biennial with the iconic work "Midway Plaza," which Royale Projects has the honor to exhibit, and he currently has a solo exhibition at the Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna, Austria. The Ken Lum survey at Royale Projects LA marks the artist's first solo exhibition in Southern California. 

On view at the Palm Desert royale projects gallery:
KRISTIN McIVER: Data Portraits

KRISTIN McIVER: Data Portraits
Summer 2015 at the Palm Desert gallery

Watch the time-lapse video of Kristin's Data Portrait (Selfie) wall mural on Vimeo

For "Data Portraits," Kristin McIver translates an individual’s ‘Faceprint’ data--a string of code used by social media hubs like Facebook to identify faces from online photographs--into a colorful, formalist aesthetic that leans toward geometric abstraction. McIver addresses the selfie phenomena and social media’s manipulation of technology to map and mine identities through these vibrant and unique pixel-like portraits.

Also on view at the Palm Desert gallery: 
Elements from Karen Lofgren's recent "Ritual Landscape" exhibition are on view in the back room of the desert royale projects this summer. View Slideshow HERE