Eric Huebsch is CockanDoodle
Fisher Parish Gallery
https://www.fisherparrish.com/the-paperw
Check out the collaboration with Kathrine Gray
Other Better Things
Annual Exhibitions #2
March 12 - April 23, 2016
1206 Maple Ave. 10th Floor
Los Angeles, CA.



Ten Feet: Art Meets the River
Whatcom Museum, Bellingham National Art Exhibition 2015
Curated by Scott Lawrimore
Cakewalk
I am in a group exhibition in the Pacific Design Center at the Hudson Linc Gallery. It is open now until Oct. 25.
Adrift In A Glass Bottom Boat
RAID Projects presents
Katherine Gray and Eric Huebsch
Adrift In A Glass Bottom Boat

Saturday, Sept 17th, 7-10 pm

Huebsch and Gray offer both a glib and grim environment of lost paradises and burst bubbles, an ended world at the bottom of the sea. Adrift In A Glass Bottom Boat is a group of shared visions and responses to the gap between man and nature, and an attempt at preserving the illusion of the latter.

RAID Projects
602 Moulton Ave
Los Angeles CA 90031
www.raidprojects.com
raidprojects@yahoo.com
Nonchalants-Group Exhibition
Post Gallery
1904 E. 7th Place
Los Angeles
July 31, 2011
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
Narrative Animal Imagery
Group Exhibition
October 8–November 12, 2010
Alexys Schwartz Projects
Project1
Big Group Exhiition January 14-16
Opening reception Sat. night the 16th
The exhibition will be taking place in
SUSANNE VIELMETTER'S old space
5795 West Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
Please check out www.alexysschwartzprojects.com for all the info.
Groupshow Without André Butzer
Rising from the ashes of "Groupshow With André Butzer" (organized by Thomas Winkler, Ulrich Wulff, Adam Stamp, and myself in September 2008) this happening intends to be exactly what it is.

Artists:

Lara Bank, Ricky Becerril, Heather brown, Jim Brown, Conor Collins, Summer Cooper, Liz Craft, Sarah Cromarty, Gregory Dalton, Sean Dungan, Christina Forrer, Paul Guillemette, Kent Hammond, Skylar Haskard, Dylan Haley, Matt Hewitt, Eric Huebsch, Jon Huntoon, Molly Keogh, Jeff Knowlton , Cedar Lewisohn, Richard Lidinsky, Danielle McCullough, Reed McMillen, Tracy Nakayama, Pat Ngoho, Jed Ochmanek, Aaron Olson, Jonah Olson, Carolyn Pennypackerriggs, Luciano Perna, Jean Petion, Mary Anna Pomonis, Paul Rand, Eddie Ruscha, Allison Schulnik, Roland Seto, Brian Sharp, Peter Sherrer, Tif Sigfrids, Eric Smail, Natascha Snellman, Zachary Stadel, Adam Stamp, Gin Stevens, Kate Stewart, Jennifer Juniper Stratford, Stephanie Taylor, Samantha Thomas, Conor Thompson, Nicole Wood, Bobbi Woods, Thomas Winkler , Aaron Wrinkle, Eric Yahnker, Jason Yates , Jeremy Yoder, Luis Zavala
and a performance by Natascha Snellman and Bobbi Woods, with Aron
Garber-Maikovska

Music:
Okapi
Cobra and Me
Holloys

Friday Nov 21 from 8 pm up
1711 N Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Animalicious
I currently have 4 pieces in a group exhibition at Rio Hondo College
The work will be up from Aug. 25 - Oct.10 2008

If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular?
Saturday, March 22, 2008
one-night only! 8 to 11 pm
Oliver Kamm Gallery, 621 West 27th Street

Featuring Amanda Riner, Billy Miller, Colby Bird, Dave McDermott, David Gilbert, David Benjamin Sherry, Dike Blair, Eric Huebsch, Jaqcues Louis Vidal, Jeff Tranchell, Jonah Groeneboer, Jonathan Hartshorn, Josh Tonsfeldt, Joshua Smith, Julia Weist, Kate Levant, Lorenzo de Los Angeles, Mara Sprafkin, Matthew Robert Lutz-Kinoy, Michael Magnan, Michael Smith, Nolan Simon, Scott Hug, Tatiana Kronberg, and Timothy Hull.

Special thanks to Tokion magazine and Oliver Kamm
Curated by Nicholas Weist

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If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular? is a one-night-only group show featuring artists who have used media and its by-products to make objects. The title is a quote from Justin Timberlake's My Love, a song that asks how little Timberlake would have to do for you to devote yourself to him utterly. Artists included in the show invert this relationship: demanding culture yield its materials to them for reinvention or repurposing.

This will be the last event at Oliver Kamm's current location—a final dance party designed to privilege interaction and social engagement. In the spirit of a dramatic rejection of systemized forms of cultural production, and as a reaction to the speed with which media is consumed today, the show was conceived, planned, and executed in only three weeks.