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"Dont Just Do Something, Sit There" WhiteHot Magazine Review

"Dont Just Do Something, Sit There" WhiteHot Magazine Review

To the degree that art expresses the zeitgeist, and that right now everything everywhere is a terrible, stupid dumpster fire of fear, loathing, and depression, then NO Gallery has a show for the times. Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There presents divergent works by three artists -- Jesse Draxler, Jordan Weber, and Mark Mulroney -- which achieve common ground in the mucky terrain of mental breakdown, demon-hunting, and gallows humour. It’s perfect, really.

No Gallery - Artillery's Pick of the Week

No Gallery - Artillery's Pick of the Week

Don't Just Do Something, Sit There

September 11, 2019 / Annabel Osberg

Dark humor pervades provocative works by Jesse Draxler, Jordan Weber and Mark Mulroney in “Don’t Just Do Something, Sit There” at NO Gallery. These artists hail from different regions yet overlap in their hard-bitten manners of exploring mortality and contemporary unpleasantries.

Curate.LA - We Know What You Did This Summer

Curate.LA - We Know What You Did This Summer

Review of 'At Odds' by Jennifer Remenchick

September 9, 2019

No Gallery, a newly opened space in the La Brea pocket of Los Angeles — along with art spaces, ltd los angeles and David Kordansky Gallery — recently closed the doors on its summer exhibition, At Odds, which focused “on the normalization of violence and fetishization of guns in American culture.”

No Gallery's Inaugural Show Brings "Nine" Artists to Los Angeles

No Gallery's Inaugural Show Brings "Nine" Artists to Los Angeles

No Gallery // June 15, 2019 - July 06, 2019

June 13, 2019

Exhibiting together for the first time, the nine LA artists in No Gallery's inaugural show each have distinctive practices that take unpredictable detours. In dialogue with one another, they exhibit the instinctive, restless drive of the city's most compelling culture-makers. Tapped into what is making us tick while holding fast to quixotic visions, they cut a clear path for the gallery to follow as it makes its place in LA.