Helm: David Prince


Artist: David Prince

Solo Art Exhibition

In the 8th and final exhibition of the HELM series, Los Angeles based artist David Prince explores the constructed use of outdoor spaces. This exhibition of drawings, videos and sculpture will explore the dualistic nature of gardens as public/private, natural/cultivated, and their mystical qualities as secret enclaves. 

Playing with the aesthetic concepts that construct gardens and enclosed outdoor spaces, Prince's work at HELM seeks to create visual links between his own garden in LA, the grounds at A SHIP IN THE WOODS, and the Monet Gardens at Giverny in northern France.

David Prince is a Los Angeles based artist, curator, and community arts advocate, whose work seeks creative solutions to real and impossible situations. He received an MFA in sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006 and a BA from Colorado College in 2001. He is the founder and director of Adjunct Positions, an artist run gallery and project space in the residential neighborhood of Highland Park.