Title: In Close Range
Artist: Dylan Everett, Stephen Foster, Shterna Goldbloom, Viktor Hubner, Izabela Jurcewicz, Rachael McArthur, Michelle Peters, Armando Zamora, and Andong Zheng.
Opening: June 13 6-8pm
On view from: June 13-21 2019
”’In Close Range’ features nine graduates of the Photography MFA program at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), who use photography in a process of mending. Their cameras act as the catgut pulling two, or more, tissues together to create one. This is neither an easy nor clean practice. It’s not as simple as sewing and, at times, it can be messy and unpredictable. This is of course only a metaphor. They are not medical professionals. They are artists.”
Ronald Feldman Gallery
Title: Summer 2019 Group Show
Artist: Eleanor Antin, Madeleine Hope Arthurs, Brandon Ballengée, Alexander Brodsky, Cassils, Nancy Chunn, Keith Cottingham, Eric Dyer, Yishay Garbasz, Rico Gatson, Kelly Heaton,Barbara McCarren/Jud Fine, Panamarenko, Thomas Ruff, Jason Salavon, Alan Scarritt, Andres Serrano, Todd Siler, Andy Warhol, Allan Wexler
On view from: June 19- July 26, 2019
“The content of work by Eleanor Antin, Eric Dyer, Cassils and Rico Gatson could be characterized as having a dialogue with history. Nancy Chunn, Eric Dyer, Barbara McCarren and Jud Fine, Jason Salavon, Andres Serrano and Todd Siler incorporate keen cultural observations and political insights. Yishay Garbasz addresses the inheritance of traumatic memories, both in the body and in the landscape. The environment and biology are major components of work by Brandon Ballengée and Kelly Heaton. Alexander Brodsky, Panamarenko and Allan Wexler use architecture, invention and humor in their works. Cassils and Rico Gatson celebrate their respective identities. Keith Cottingham and Thomas Ruff use unusual depictions of what could be inner space or deep outer space.”
Gallery Hours: June: Tuesday-Saturday 10-6pm, July: Monday-Thursday 10-6pm, Fri 10-3pm
DC Moore Gallery
Title: The Unusual Suspects: A View of Abstraction
Artist: Paolo Arao, Samantha Bittman, Amie Cunat, Angela Heisch, Federico Herrero, Shirley Jaffe, Valerie Jaudon, Shirley Kaneda, Harriet Korman, Jonathan Lasker, Carrie Moyer, Thomas Nozkowski, Odili Donald Odita, Brian O’Doherty, Joanna Pousette-Dart, Katia Santibañez, David Storey, Barbara Takenaga, Kevin Umaña, Stanley Whitney, Jack Youngerman
Opening: June 13 6-8pm
On view from: June 13- August 9, 2019
This exhibit looks at key parts of abstract painting through works done by artists ranging in age from 30 to 90 years old. These artists stray from the conventional lines of abstract painting and exhibit a more aesthetic and exciting result. As each artists originates from a different background, the individuality of the pieces alone will create meaning through the works around it.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10-6pm, Summer hours (July 1-Sept 2) Mon-Fri 10-6pm
Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Title: Root Metaphor
Artist: Zheng Lu
On view from: June 13- July 13, 2019
Zheng Lu is a Beijing based artist who often creates mixed-media installations and contemporary sculptures. Root Metaphor revolves around the theme of water—a very meaningful element for the artist.
“Water is a very important motif in my art,” he says. “As a key element in Chinese philosophy, it was observed, visualized and ruminated upon rather than getting examined in terms of logic.” With these works, Zheng Lu integrates ideas rooted in Chinese philosophy with explorations of physical forms to reveal deeper metaphysical truths, realized in dynamic contemporary sculpture.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10-6pm
Spüth Magers LA
Title: Complications From an Already Unfulfilled Life
Artist: Eric Fischl
On View From: Jun 18, 6 PM - 8 PM — Aug 30, 2019
Sprüth Magers is pleased to present its first exhibition with the renowned painter Eric Fischl at its Los Angeles gallery. Fischl is well known for his uncompromising images of American society, as seen through the lens of middle and upper class malaise. Figures routinely share space on his canvases, yet their gazes rarely meet; and if they do, they are trapped in the midst of a tense, awkward exchange that in turn impels the viewer to question his or her own relationships and sense of self. For the first solo exhibition of his paintings in Los Angeles in twenty-five years, the artist has produced a new group of works centered around bodies of water: pools, oceans and lakeside views provide the settings for images of aspiration, desire, frivolity and ennui.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday,
10am – 6pm
JD Malat Gallery
Title: Echoes of Light
Artist: Andy Moses
On view from: June 21- July 20, 2019
Echos of Light includes Andy Moses’s concave, circle, and hexagonal paintings, all of which display s technical and abstract style with acrylics. Echoes of light represents the power of nature through “preparing layers of floating paint before allowing them to flow across the surface.”
Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-6pm