Local artists have filled our brand new apartments in DTLA with stunning, original artwork.
From world-class museums to the monthly Downtown Art Walk, DTLA is all about the art. And so are Axis on Eleventh and Axis on Twelfth.
Our brand new apartments in DTLA are not your typical places to live. In addition to homes with exceptional features and amenities you’ll love, both Axis on Eleventh and Axis on Twelfth feature gallery-quality artwork from some of Los Angeles’ best artists.
When you live here, you’ll be surrounded by one-of-a-kind art from such artists as:
Known for her abstract investigations, Emily Joyce creates rhythmically patterned geometric paintings that have won her inclusion in exhibitions in America and Europe. Axis displays three of her works, including “Captcha 9” and “Captcha 10,” both of which use acrylic and pencil on canvas, and “Sun Burn (Burned)” featuring a unique screen print on Fabriano paper with burned hole, mounted on a wood panel.
A master at working with unconventional materials ranging from snakes to smoke flares to sandbags, John Knuth fuses ideas of survivalism with the language of minimalism. His works have appeared in galleries in Copenhagen, Milan, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and elsewhere. At Axis, you can experience two of his unique pieces, “Mt. Wilson” and “Coyote Canyon,” both of which are comprised of a thermal blanket, grommets and acrylic on canvas.
A mixed-media artist, Emily Mast’s work often features collaborative practices that celebrate their ambiguous position between art, theater, and dance. Her work has appeared all over the world in venues in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Canada, and the U.S. For Axis, she has created two unique works, “The Stage Is a Cage (Blue Shadow)” and “The Stage Is a Cage (Red Shadow)”. Both are mixed media on paper with tinted acrylic and neon.
Christopher Richmond uses film, video, and photography to explore identity and intimacy through the lens of science fiction and myth. His work appears in collections around the world, including at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Enormously inventive, his two pieces at Axis—“Golden Hour” and “Magic Hour”—feature archival pigment prints.
Los Angeles artist Rachelle Rojany creates exceptional works of art that have appeared in exhibitions across the United States. Axis is fortunate to feature three of her pieces. “4Square” and “4 Play” use Hydrocal plaster and pigment, while “Make No Shibboleth” uses Cibachrome.
Sumi Ink Club
A participatory drawing project led by Sarah Rara and Luke Fischbeck, Sumi Ink Club uses collaborative drawing to produce prints, patterns, publications, textiles, and wall paintings. Axis features the club’s piece “Sumi Mailroom,” which utilizes acrylic latex paint on drywall.
Teacher and artist Samantha Roth has exhibited artwork throughout Los Angeles and now has two pieces on display at Axis. “Fooling Myself” features paper, graphite, charcoal, paint, ceramic, and wood. “Bad Impression” features paper, graphite, and ceramic pin heads.
Lease Now and Experience Great Art Every Day
As two of the most unique apartments in DTLA, Axis on Eleventh and Axis on Twelfth offer truly wonderful living environments. If you want to come home to a place that’s so inspired by the urban energy of downtown that its walls are literally covered with the work of local artists, then you should schedule a tour of Axis today. We’re leasing right now.