Gallery girls Jaclyn Johnson and Chelsea Matthews proudly presented their new creative space (No Subject) last week. The launch had a huge turn out of L.A. tastemakers who all wanted to take part in christening the downtown space. The (No Subject) gallery aims to house events that evoke ingenuity, creativity, and forward thinking.
If Jason Herber's "No Money Down" series was not enough to capture gallery goers' interest, they could delight in other novelties such as free gifts from American Apparel, an impromptu "take a picture with the no subject sign" area, and yes, caricatures. Nothing says "I'm cultured" more than a caricature. This venue's kickoff has set a spiral of events into play. Less than a week after its first exhibit, the artsy owners are mixing it up with a sample sale. Make sure you stop by this afternoon a pick up designer duds at discount prices.
Founders of (No Subject) Jaclyn Johnson and Chelsea Matthews said
"We are so excited about the turn out for our first event. DTLA Artwalk really is a night to bring the Downtown community together and we are so excited (No Subject) is a part of that."
Jaclyn Johnson, Jason Heber, and Chelsea Matthews
[photos by Jessica Bofshever]