"Diverted Destruction 16: The Plastic Edition" Loft at Liz's
June 25 - September 5, 2023
Opening June 25 from noon - 4pm
"Ancestral Connections" Avenue 50 Studio
June 24 - July 29, 2023
Opening June 24 3-6pm
"Surely You Jest: Humor in Art" OCCCA
July 1 - August 22, 2023
Opening July 1 from 6-10pm
Solo Show at Cerritos Art Gallery
Feb 6 - March 10, 2023
Opening Feb 6 from 6 - 9pm
"Dwora Fried Review On The Mountain" by Mat Gleason
BOXART, a new book by Dwora Fried with an introduction by Mat Gleason, is available on Amazon.com
Dwora Fried is an assemblage artist creating mixed media tableaux in various sized wooden boxes. She populates them with miniature vintage furniture, dolls, toys and fabrics from the 50s, adding photographs, plastic, wood, metal and paint.
Her small rooms evoke what it was like to grow up as an outsider in postwar Vienna: being Jewish, lesbian and a child of Holocaust survivors; she learned to see everything through the prism of loss, danger and secrecy.
“I inherited a sense of isolation, displacement and an appreciation for the surreal.”
Fried has exhibited in London, England; Venice, Italy; Vienna, Austria and the United States
Her art is in the permanent collection of Austria’s MUSA Wien Museum.
Jewish Museum (Museo Erbraico) Venice, Italy Gallerie Benedict Vienna, Austria SPARC Venice, CA ONE Gallery West Hollywood, CA Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA Cerritos College Art Gallery Glendale College Art Gallery Advocate and Gochis Galleries Los Angeles, CA
Chicago’s Elmhurst Art Museum Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Boston, MA In California: Gallery 825 Orange County Center For The Arts Bg gallery at Bergamot Station Art Share LA Fullerton College Art Gallery Irvine Fine Arts MASH Gallery Castelli Art, curated by Peter Frank Quotidian (Transformative Arts) curated by Jillith Moniz
Fried’s book "Box Art" with an introduction by Mat Gleason, was published in 2021.
Her work has been reviewed in LA Times, Huffpost, LA Magazine, Coagula Curatorial, Art and Cake, Artillery Magazine, Artwork LA. and the Jewish Journal.