Presented by the Avenue 50 Studio in conjunction with the Arroyo Arts Collective
Curated by Yeu Q. Nguyen

On view from August 10th through September 7th, 2019
Opening Reception on Saturday, August 10th from 7-10pm

Closing Gathering: Saturday, September 7th, 2-4PM


We live in a world where nearly 1 person is forcibly displaced every two-seconds. According to the UN Refugee Agency, 68.5 million people around the world have been forced from their home as a result of conflict or persecution, and 143 million people may soon become climate migrants. In wealthier urban areas, gentrification, increasing debt, and lack of housing affordability fuel the rate of homelessness. 50,000 people are experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles alone, and a typical American moves over 11 times in their lifetime for social economic reasons. Some Place Like Home invited artists to submit work inspired and related to the themes of home and displacement, with a particular interest in narrative works reflecting current or historical events.

What is the scope of art and how does it deal with everyday politics? Artists challenge the social quo, traditional boundaries, and question the dominant discourse. Aesthetics, structures, personal, private and public, all exist in the same socio-political spaces. This show is our interpretation of how we can reimagine America through art and active participation.

Selected Artists:

Our House, Jedediah Antler

Jedediah Antler, Roxana Arana, David Avalos, Julia O. Bianco, Polaris Castillo, Maria Cupa, Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke, Patrice Farrell, Samantha Fitzmorris, Gwen Freeman, Leslie Frank, Daniela Gonzalez, Cidne Hart, Miguel Hernandez, Flora Kao, Peter Liashkov, Brian Nieman, Rebecca Pollack, Johnny Quintanilla, Sheila Rodriguez, Gazelle Samizay, Linda & Ollin Trujillo, Christopher Yñiguez

Opening Reception:  Saturday, August 10, 7 – 10 pm at the Avenue 50 Studio, 131. North Avenue 50, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Closing Gathering: Saturday, September 7th, 2-4PM

Exhibition Dates: August 10 – September 7, 2019
Gallery HoursTue-Thurs, 10am-4pm | Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm | or by appointment