Find us at Booth A17, November 29 – December 4

SCOPE Art Show is the largest international art fair in the world presenting emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Visual trends are known to start at SCOPE Art Shows and gain global popularity. This year, bG Gallery has joined the party.

Visitors to the booth will enjoy artworks by these bG Gallery artists:

Stephen Anderson, Saved

Stephen Anderson is from Southern California where he earned a BFA at Cal State Long Beach. In addition to being a widely exhibited artist, Anderson is active in the local art community serving as past president of Southern California Artists (SCA), and a member of the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA). A number of his artworks were recently collected by the Amorepacific Museum of Art (APMA) in Korea.



Oliver Diciccio, Waiting for the Big One
Oliver Diciccio, Waiting for the Big One

Oliver DiCicco is a San Francisco, CA, based sound engineer and artist. His work in the audio field has been recognized by several Grammy nominations, and RIAA gold record awards. He designed and built the musical instruments for the Mobius Operandi ensemble. Formed in 1991, the ensemble plays composed and improvised music in numerous concert and multi-disciplinary theater productions. DiCicco’s large-scale kinetic sound sculptures and avant guard set designs have drawn rave reviews and international attention.



Michelle Kingdom


Michelle Kingdom was born and raised in Los Angeles where she received a degree in art from UCLA. For two decades Kingdom has been embroidering figurative narratives as a private exercise. When she began showing them last year, images of the works went viral on social media and her work now sells out often before it’s created and has been acquired by collectors around the world.

ryan-schude-ameliaRyan Schude is an accomplished editorial, advertising, and fine art photographer whose work has been published and exhibited around the world. Born in the greater Chicago area, Schude attended the San Francisco Art Institute, and eventually settled in Los Angeles. In the last decade, Schude has amassed an impressive array of commercial clients which include Air France, Esquire Magazine, Toshiba, Samsonite, Pet Smartand AT&T to list only a few. Ryan Schude’s work has received numerous awards and has been collected around the world.