Artists 2003

Mar Aige
Espartaco Albornoz-Nozco
Arion
Matt Bua
Tanya Calamoneri
Irem Calicusu
CAVEnsemble
Daisuke
Darius
Robert Ladislas Derr
Doro
Mary Doyle
Jordan Eagles
Isao Hayashi
Jonas Hidalgo
Hiromi
Ken Ikeda
Hiromi Iuchi
Naoki Iwakawa
Catherine Iwakawa
Minoru Kaburagi
Peter Kastner
Erin Kelly
Ken
Michael Krynski
Taylor Kuffner
Kyoko
Esther Levine
Elizabeth Linden
Tran Luong

Andrzej Mamak
Lynn Marie
Jean-Paul Marin
Fumihiro Matsuzaki
Juan Merchan
Yukinobu Mogaki
Anwar Montasir
Mush
Kristin Narcowich
Facundo Newbery
Nishimsky
Daisuke Nishimura
Yoko Nishinarita
Nobu
Nicole Pillar
Nao Sakomoto
Catalina Santamaria
Takashi Sasaki
Shin
John Shneider
Mark Skwarek
Hisayasu Takashiro
Makoto Take
Taro
Toshiya
Kikuko Usuyama
Tim Wright
You
Yuna
Lia Zuvilivia

February 1 - March 2, 2003

Resurrection Cemetery Life & Death in East LA


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March 14 - April 13, 2003

Foods of Ground


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April 26 - May 25, 2003

Intellectual Economy


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June 7 - July 6, 2003

Painting in the Moment

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September 6 - October 5, 2003

Phagocytosis

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October 25 - November 23, 2003

Comfort From Inherent Lies


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December 6 - 28, 2003

In Illo Tempore


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About

From 1996-2006, the gallery at CAVE showed the work of over 300 artists becoming a locus for experimentation in all mediums. CAVE Gallery began as a venture of Shige Moriya and a group of artists in the mid-90’s. Fostered from an industrial rental, they transformed the 3,000 sq ft garage into a live-work space, which was considered to be one of the first recognized galleries of the neighborhood. Away from heavy commercial pressure, in an environment that supported exploration, artists were able to present ‘nakedly’ by offering completed and in-progress works and receiving feedback from peers. In addition to studio arts, openings often included music and other kinds of performances.