ArtCubed is here to shake things up. We’re an L.A.-based experience production company that was founded with the goal of introducing a new point of view to the world of contemporary art. Our aim is to offer a fresh perspective for the creation, appreciation and collection of art that both reflects the state of culture today and transcends the confines of traditional art exhibitions.

That’s why we’re creating a new breed of art event — one that can be experienced in three dimensions. We make exclusive, but not elitist, experiences that you can touch, feel, taste and share. Through happenings that are part salon, part summit, we challenge the culturally curious to consider all that art can be, and aim to shift the cultural dialogue surrounding art itself.


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Ariel Gordon CEO & Founder

Ariel’s young career has exposed her to a diverse range of expertise in live event operations and logistics, art and music event production, artist/gallery program curation and recruitment, and hospitality. When she’s not overseeing the development of ArtCubed, you can find her visiting museums, traveling to a music festival, going to the beach or sitting on the couch watching Parks & Recreation. Her favorite ARTXFILM collaboration is the use of Edward Hopper’s house in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie Psycho, then brought to life by artist Cornelia Parker in 2016 in NYC.

Janelle Bradley Manager of Exhibitor Relations

Janelle is a native New Yorker with a passion for contemporary art and experience working in Chelsea’s revered gallery circuit, the auction house industry, and the art and music festival business. When she’s not managing exhibitor relations for ArtCubed, you’re sure to find her scouting new music on Spotify, searching for coffee, or taking over the dance floor. Janelle’s favorite ARTXAFTERDARK collaboration is late-night music and cocktails at the Whitney.