G2 in the News

Our most recent press clips about exhibitions, events, owner news and more. For media inquiries, please contact Diane Shader Smith at dianeshadersmith@gmail.com.

Christian Science Monitor

Opponents of a California plastic bag ban have succeeded in stopping the ban from going into effect July 1 by securing a spot on the 2016 ballot.

KCRW

Photographer Daniel Beltra spent 40 days photographing the aftermath of the BP oil spill. The spill resulted in 4.9 million barrels of oil pumped into the gulf; only 800,000 barrels have been trapped by containment efforts. We still don’t know the full impact of the spill. Beltra’s photos are now on display through April 21 at the G2 Gallery in Venice.

LA Times

For the last seven years, Culver City-based artist Jennifer MaHarry has been photographing wild horses in the West. “Their free spirit and majestic beauty is what initially captivated me,” said MaHarry, founder of Eden Creative, where she designs print ad campaigns for film.

Outdoor Photographer

Many photographers have aspirations, secret or otherwise, of hanging our finest works on the walls of an acclaimed art gallery. But how do we make that dream a reality? Outdoor Photographer sat down with Jolene Hanson, director of The G2 Gallery in Los Angeles, to discuss the practical steps photographers can take to catch the eye of a curator and possibly make it into a gallery.

Los Angeles Times

Thousands of years ago humans first inscribed themselves on the landscape of California’s eastern flank. Indians scratched a fantastic cosmos of circles and squiggles on the dark desert rock in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Art Scene

Launching a series of exhibitions with the theme “Nature L.A.” could sound like an exercise in futility or a contradiction in terms. The land of popular culture has nature?

E: The Environmental Magazine

In March 2008, the G2 Gallery of Los Angeles opened its doors to the public and introduced to Venice Beach the first of many wildlife photography exhibits. Owners Susan and Dan Gottlieb share a passion for photographing the natural world, and the couple has long been dedicated to the cause of conservation.

The New York Times

Susan Gottlieb has always considered herself a friend to animals, but her idea of friendship may go beyond the norm. She does not have a mere cat or dog padding around the 1960s house here that she shares with her husband, Dan.