Welcome to Epicurean Haus.
Epicurean Haus is a space to indulge in performance, conversation, and art making. Get ready to discover new voices and fresh perspectives with our rotating display of young contemporary artists from all over.
Whether you're new to the art world or a seasoned expert, Epicurean Haus encourages you to devote yourself to the enjoyment that is visual art. Join us May 29th through May 31st for concessions and conversations with the featured artists.
The human body often shows up in Kelly Akashi’s sculptures, frequently unattached. Not quite unsettling, but messy nonetheless, Akashi’s materials are presented as a way of questioning the subjects they’re depicting.Visit Website
A recent L.A. transplant, Awol Erizku makes lush photographs that question art history’s gaze, paintings and readymades that capture the aesthetic language of the streets, and installations that encompass all those things.Visit Website
Keogh’s graphic canvases are made using a traditional sign painting technique. Darkly romantic, the images she composes often straddle multiple desires. Keogh’s technical ambition distinguishes her from her peers.Visit Website
Friday, May 29th:
Concessions begin at 5:00pm. Talk with Awol Erizku starts at 6:00pm.
Saturday, May 30th
All day concessions beginning at 11:00am. Dinner and talk with Kelly Akashi start at 7:00pm.
Sunday, May 31st
Finish the weekend with concessions at 1:00pm. Talk with Caitlin Keogh starts at 3:00pm.
800 S Wells Street