Art Salon Chinatown Presents:


Save the Date: A major exhibition opening on Saturday May 4, 2019


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Year of the Pig Exhibit

An exhibition celebrating the New Lunar Year of the Earth Pig/Boar. Over 20 artists have created celebratory interpretations of the Boar or Pig in various mediums. Join us as we welcome the start of this year, filled with the promise of harmony, success, peace, and prosperity!


California Silk Road by Hushi

Hushidar Mortezaie, more commonly known as Hushi, is an Iranian American fashion designer, visual artist, and activist based in Los Angeles. As Mortezaie’s California Silk Road boldly attests: his creative practice is deeply rooted in a boundless pride for his queer, Muslim identity, Persian heritage, and experience as an American immigrant. 

Kristina Wong

The sixth edition of Art Salon Chinatown exhibitions will transform Realm (partially!) into Kristina Wong’s Campaign Headquarters. featuring Los Angeles artist Kristina Wong.

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Admission to this interactive performance is FREE to the public.

November 3 – December 10, 2018


May Sun

As a seasoned artist with a career forged in the fresh legacies of the feminist and civil rights movements in Los Angeles, much of May Sun’s work reflects a deep and methodical preoccupation with history and culture.

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September 22 – October 29, 2018

Kris Chau is a Los Angeles-based visual artist and clothing designer from Hawaii. As Chinese refugees from Vietnam, her parents could not pinpoint the source of their daughter’s creative talent nor explain her insatiable curiosity.

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August 4- September 17, 2018


Milton Quon

Milton Quon is a native of Los Angeles, born in 1913. As the eldest of eight children and the only son of the Ng Quan Ying family, he grew up near and worked at his father’s produce business in Market Chinatown, where the Los Angeles Produce Market is located in downtown.

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June 9 – July 30, 2018


Sandra Low

Sandra Low is currently working on a series she calls Cheesy Paintings. A dizzying melange of patterns and textures push and pull against one another in Cranes’ Idyll, the signature piece for the inaugural Art Salon Chinatown. Awash in a palette that evokes the flavor of a middle-class family restaurant’s cheap vintage, the deft brushwork in a broad array of mannered effects show off Low’s undeniable gift as a painter.

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March 17 – April 22, 2018

John Kwok

The exhibition that started Art Salon Chinatown!

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February 17 – March 11, 2018



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