About the Space
Noysky Projects is a creative space established by artists Sean Noyce and Katya Usvitsky. Located in a hidden 100-year-old courtyard in the heart of the burgeoning Hollywood arts district, this intimate space is the atelier of Noyce and Usvitsky, and showcases the work of emerging and mid-career artists on a quarterly basis. The former shop is also a studio for the artist couple — Sean’s work is a hybrid of painting and digital media, while Katya plays with forms in soft sculpture.
Our mission is to provide a venue for contemporary artists whose work has a clear perspective that is relevant, timely, and reactive. The emphasis is on exhibitions that are forward-thinking, have a clear intent, and are usually project-based. We exhibit work that is relevant to Angelenos while speaking to issues that are germane to people around the world. We invite guest curators in the Los Angeles area to submit proposals for upcoming shows.
Noysky Projects is open to the public Thursday through Saturday, noon-6pm, during exhibitions, and by appointment all other times. Please see the Exhibitions page for more information.
CONTINUANT, an exploration of retaining identity, even though the body’s state and relations may change, closes Feb. 17 Organized by independent curator Sacha Baumann, CONTINUANT explores retaining identity, even though the body’s state and relations may change. Los Angeles-based artists Chelle Barbour, Sydney Mills, Jaklin Romine, and Camilla Taylor delve into mutability and adaptation.[…]
Don Porcella’s Solo Exhibition, Everything Must Go, Is a Pointed Critique on Consumer Culture Noysky Projects is pleased to present Everything Must Go, a site-specific exhibition by Don Porcella that examines the intersection of consumer culture and the commodification of memories. Located just 100 feet from hustle and bustle of Hollywood Boulevard, Everything Must Go[…]
‘Hexon/Hexoff’ Features Eight Contemporary Artists Whose Work Brings Relevancy to Ancient Mysticism Contact: Sean Noyce, firstname.lastname@example.org Hexon/Hexoff is a multidisciplinary exhibition that draws parallels between the practices of art and magic. Although not intrinsically an “occult show”, Hexon/Hexoff brings relevancy to mystical objects in the secular art world. The work manifests portals to the most[…]
‘Thunder in Our Hearts’ Features Small Work at the Intersection of Sound, Video, Performance, and Installation Contact: Ginger Shulick, email@example.com Noysky Projects is pleased to present “Thunder in our Hearts”– a multimedia exhibition organized by San Diego—based curator and museum director Ginger Shulick Porcella. Comprised by the work of 25 artists working primarily in Southern[…]
Noyce’s ‘Where the Two Meet’ is a Hybrid of Traditional and New Media Noysky Projects is pleased to present Where the Two Meet, an exhibition of drawings and new media works by Sean Noyce that explores themes associated with organic growth. The large format pastel drawings are an extension of his recent digital paintings that[…]
Usvitsky in Major Museum Exhibition on Fiber Art Noysky Projects is pleased to announce the exhibition of Katya Usvitsky’s sculptures in “Women’s Work”—an international exhibition that calls for a reexamination of traditional gender stereotypes, curated by San Diego Art Institute’s Executive Director Ginger Shulick Porcella. The show includes powerful images evoking and informing psychological experiences[…]
Noyce Exhibits Digital Work at the San Diego Art Institute Noysky Projects is pleased to announce Sean Noyce’s selection in Ephemeral Objects at the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park. The generative interactive piece, “Heat”, is paired with like-minded tech-based artists from the Southern California region, whose work explores the burgeoning mediums of software/algorithmic[…]
What’s in a Name? Developing a name for any artistic work, business, or other creative endeavor is always a difficult proposition. It should be memorable, simple and straightforward, while also resonating with your core audience. Katya and I wavered between many different options — some were silly (Chomp Space), some were absurd (The Hidden Space),[…]
AUG. 1 – SEPT. 5, 2015 Katya Usvitsky Easy to Bare Opening Reception: Saturday, August 8, 2015, 6 – 9pm Noysky Projects is pleased to present recent work by Katya Usvitsky as our inaugural exhibition. Usvitsky’s work is sturdy but soft, the pieces are molded and sewn to form cocoons both similar and otherworldly. The[…]