Gabba Gallery currently has several virtual exhibitions for viewing on its website. “The Long Way,” a virtual solo exhibition by Jim Mazza is curated by Jason Ostro and Elena Jacobson. The collection features new original work, screen prints, and defaced prints. Jim Mazza is an artist, illustrator, and printmaker based in Los Angeles.  Gabba Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles.

 “No Pants Required” is an online humor-based art show. The virtual opening kicked off on Thursday, May 14, 2020….but you can still see the artworks on the website.

Curated by Jason Ostro and Elena Jacobson, it is sure to lift your spirits. Artists from around the world have created new works to inspire smiles and laughter to help you cope with this global dumpster-fire. All pieces are affordably priced at $500 or less. So put on your favorite sweats, PJs or nothing at all, and let’s all laugh together from the safety of our own couches.

Artists include: John Abernathy, Ashley Chafin, Cody TheCreative, Tommy Face, Fresh Buries, Friends & Fiends, Conrad Haberland, Hero, Elena Jacobson, Sean Keaton, Cassandra Kim, KrossD (aka Keith Dugas), Sean Kushner, Rikki List, Savannah Magnolia, Morley, Jules Muck, The Obanoth, Dany Paragouteva, Christina Ramos, Ricky Sencion, Zachary P. Stephens, Toxicómano Callejero, Chris Towle, Jordan K. Valdez, Pastey Whyte.

To view the group exhibition, or to find out more about Gabba Gallery, visit the website –