Mugello Gallery


818 S. Spring Street

California 90014 Los Angeles

United States

Phone : 213-374-5959

Fax :

Mobile Ph. : 213-374-5959

URL : www.mugelloart.com

James Wright   (Owner)

Myranda Cote   (Director)

About

Founded in 2014, Mugello Contemporary is gaining recognition as one of Los Angeles’ leading contemporary art galleries. Their 2,000 SQFt space in downtown Los Angles is exclusively focused on presenting top emerging artists.

In addition to a calendar of exhibitions throughout the year, Mugello participates in a growing number of international art fairs and curatorial projects. Having established a base in Los Angeles, Mugello is seeking to expand through the introduction of new artists, and additional locations.

"Caliber Abstraction Apple Red on Gold #1" -  Nicholas Hunt

Nicholas Hunt "Caliber Abstraction Apple Red on Gold #1"

N/A -  Gregory Siff

Gregory Siff N/A

"Teen Angst"  -  Wyatt Mills

Wyatt Mills "Teen Angst"

"Lucky Cat" - Brent Estabrook

Brent Estabrook "Lucky Cat"

"You are, it" - Matthew Ryan Herget

Matthew Ryan Herget "You are, it"

Twelve Homies - Brent Estabrook

Brent Estabrook Twelve Homies

unwavering and true - Matthew Ryan Herget

Matthew Ryan Herget unwavering and true

Exhibiting Artists

  • Brent Estabrook  (+)

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    • Brent Estabrook - Twelve Homies Twelve Homies
    • Brent Estabrook - "Lucky Cat" "Lucky Cat"

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  • Matthew Ryan Herget  (+)

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    • Matthew Ryan Herget - unwavering and true unwavering and true
    • Matthew Ryan Herget - "You are, it" "You are, it"

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  • Nicholas Hunt  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Nicholas Hunt - "Caliber Abstraction Apple Red on Gold #1" "Caliber Abstraction Apple Red on Gold #1"

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  • Wyatt Mills  (+)

    Biography : Born July 1991 in Los Angeles; he received a BFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts, NY NY. Mills has just returned home to Los Angeles from Berlin where he had been living and working since 2016. Mills has taken an interested in the fluidity of human identity, the infinite tide of an inner self splashing against the outer world like oil and vinegar — studying the mask we wear versus the struggle and turmoil inside us. He uses oil paint and mixed media on canvas to explore these concepts and their seeming adverse powers of today’s society. Layers upon layers of transforming paint offer a visual reflection of the dynamic experience as he manifests these amorphic and often androgynous portraits. Combining tumultuous brushstrokes with clippings from newspapers and gossip magazines; an abundance of opportunity lies within the wreckage of any given image. Whether working in the studio or outdoors on large scale murals, Mills applies frantic creation with patient execution and mindless surrender. Mill’s figurative works depict a flickering moment of static reality, deliberately fractured in a way that beggs us to repair them through our own unique visual participation. “We must breathe into the allegory the breath of our own life.” -Edward Bernays (Crystallizing Public Opinion,1923)

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    •  Wyatt Mills - "Teen Angst" "Teen Angst"

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  • Gregory Siff  (+)

    Biography : Artist Gregory Siff was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1977. Gregory lives and works in Los Angeles. His artworks are included in Swizz Beatz’s Dean Collection, Deitch Projects, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Moscow Museum of Art, Soho House New York and the Google HQ, to name a few. Siff’s exhibitions include “Happiness Dealer,” Samuel Owen Gallery- Nantucket (2017), "Portrait of an American Ice Cream Man," 4AM Gallery (2016), Art Miami: Gallery Valentine (2016), “Walls,” Pacific Design Center (2015), Scope: Miami (2012), “Matter of Time,” Gallery Brown (2012), “There & Back,” Siren Studios x The Art Reserve (2012). Siff has touched all areas of the art world with pieces on display in the Museum of Modern Art’s MoMA PS1 for Klaus Biesenbach’s group show “Rockaway!" as well as a mural in the ACE Museum for non-profit The Art of Elysium with Christie’s Auction House. He was selected by Vans Custom Culture to be one of their “Art Ambassadors” inspiring students across the United States to embrace their creativity. His hand-painted Vans were on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has done commissions and installations for Mercedes Benz, Helmut Lang, Marc Jacobs with Louisxxx, Forbes, Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, The Standard, Sotheby’s, Warner Bros. Records and Pyer Moss. Painting in a purposeful yet playful manner, his work exhibits meaning that is literal yet open for interpretation of nostalgia and childhood. Capturing happy moments while also tackling more serious topics, like the “Black Lives Matter” campaign, Gregory Siff does not shy away from using his art to initiate a conversation. He creates his iconic “storyboards” with each image representing an emotional or creative state of mind the artist considers to be a meaningful fragment of his life. His work has been seen in The New York Times, Andy Warhol’s Interview, Treats!, The Wall Street Journal and W Magazine. Most recently Gregory collaborated with luxury f

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    •  Gregory Siff - N/A N/A

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Other Represented Artists

  • Eric Nado  (+)

    Biography : Born in Monteregie, Quebec in 1975. He lives and works in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. His sculptures are seen in and collected by galleries and are part of public, institutional and private collections. The artist’s work is represented by gallerists in Montreal and in California. A Bachelor of Visual Arts and of Philosophy, Éric Nado began his career in Montreal, Canada, in 1999, and was part of the 2002 founding cohort of Montreal’s first artist housing cooperative, the Lezarts Cooperative. Since presenting solo exhibits in artist centers such as Observatoire 4 in his early years as an emerging artist, Éric Nado has grown to be recognized by his peers and by art galleries and commissioners. He was chosen to be enlisted on the Integration of Arts to Architecture Program (1%) of the Quebec Government. In 2007, he chose to move his family and workshop 20 minutes out of Montreal and from the U.S. borders, in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, rich of an inspiring industrial and military heritage. Urban exploration and the quest to tell stories of the past through sculpture-assembly has been an intricate part of his creative process since the start. From the relics of our past, Nado creates imposing tribute pieces to a collective recollection and inspire a sense of nostalgia.

    Detailed Description : A Bachelor of Visual Arts and of Philosophy, Éric Nado has been perfecting sculpture-assembly for over 15 years. The work of this professional Quebecois artist is represented by galleries in Montreal and in California and has been commissioned by many private and public companies for various needs and purposes over the years. Nado’s contemporary industrial sculptures tell a story, one of our collective past. Made of recycled, metal, factory-salvaged and nostalgia-filled parts, the artwork pays homage to our roots’ industrial past. As per his recent reconstructive art series, Nado takes strong objects such as Singer Sewing Machines and Underwood or Olivetti Typewriters, disassembles them and recreates engaging and evocative sculpture art pieces.