Vanessa Beecroft, Ashley Bickerton, Sanford Biggers, Olaf Breuning, Scott Campbell, Leo Gabin, Nan Goldin, Douglas Gordon, Kim Gordon, Tom Hegen, Calle Henzel, Carsten Höller, Jonathan Horowitz, Katerina Jebb, Robert Knoke, Helmut Lang, Linder, Linda Linko, Bjarne Melgaard, Marilyn Minter, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Tony Oursler, Richard Phillips, Jack Pierson, Richard Prince, Anselm Reyle, Wilhelm Sasnal, Juergen Teller, Mickalene Thomas, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner, Jwan Yosef, AVAF, Tom of Finland

Coming soon
Jake & Dinos Chapman
Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Mary McCartney

Portrait of Vanessa Beecroft 2015 polaroid. Photo by © Federico Spadoni, 2017, courtesy of the artist. 


CARSTEN HÖLLER, Mushroom carpet, 2018
Lounge chair Arche by verter Turroni

Carsten Höller, portrait by Pierre Björk

Anselm Reyle, portrait by Hedi Slimane

Kim Gordon portrait by David Black

Image: JWAN YOSEF, Ahmad, 201
Painting, Oil on linen,188 × 132 × 5 cm (74 × 52 × 2 in), Framed

Tom of Finland

The exhibition highlights Tom of Finland’s preparatory drawings and sketches created as part of the artist’s process in producing his influential works. A selection of these, reappropriated by Henzel Studio (Est. 1999 Sweden) into 13 editioned handmade wool and silk rugs in 2014, will be on view and accompanied by 8 virtual replicas of corresponding drawings made available by Tom of Finland Foundation. The exhibition will also include 4 chromogenic printed velour rugs that feature unique Tom of Finland collages made by Joakim Andreasson.

Image: Tom of Finland, Untitled, 1977
Edition of 5, Numbered, Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, Hand tufted, Wool

The integration Tom of Finland’s work into the media at hand was ignited by the unique environment and interior elements of TOM House. Located in Echo Park, Los Angeles, it is home of Tom of Finland Foundation, guardians of the artist’s body of work and living archive for the erotic arts, and where Tom lived for the last decade of his life. Founded in 1984, it a place where Tom’s relentlessly butch aesthetic and drawings mingle with different styles of décor, artifacts, rotating art displays and open aircinstallations. It is a place that is marked by a community that disarms shame and judgment, and promotes Tom’s message of encouraging respect, acceptance and love through art.

Image: Tom of Finland, Untitled, 1977
Drawing, Graphite on paper
29.5 × 21 cm (11.6 × 8.3 in)
This is a unique work