Get Inspired By These 5 Art Shows in L.A. This Weekend

Installation View of Jason Bailer Losh, Plow Louise, 2015. Photo courtesy of Anat Ebgi.


Al Payne at The BOX Gallery, 805 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles

AlPayne_LAartsInstallation view courtesy of The BOX Gallery. Photo by Fredrik Nilsen.

Not a well known name in the art world, Al Payne’s posthumous show is a conceptual thought piece on the act of showing art. His paintings have been sealed in the shed for the entire exhibition, but they will be revealed on the last day of the show, March 7.


Jason Bailer Losh at Anat Ebgi, 2660 La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles
jasonBailerLosh_LAartsInstallation View of Jason Bailer Losh, Plow Louise, 2015. Photo courtesy of Anat Ebgi.

A combination of found objects and mixed media sculpture, Losh’s work repurposes individual pieces through shape and texture. The end result creates a beautiful shift in continuous lines and rounded edges. Ends April 4.


David Kenny at Aran Cravey, 6918 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles
DavidKenny_LAartsDevin Kenny, Installation view of Wrong Window, 2015. Photo courtesy of Aran Cravey.

Exploring the politics of self-representation in new forms of media, Kenny works with a variety of mediums to push the boundaries of how we see ourselves online and in real life. His work poses the question: how much of ourselves do we really see, and consequently, represent to those we know?


Carlos Bunga & Olivier Mosset at Christopher Grimes Gallery, 916 Colorado Avenue, Santa Monica

Bunga&Mosset_LAartsCarlos Bunga & Olivier Mosset, installation view, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, 2014

Equally talented, but in very different ways, Carlos Bunga and Olivier Mosset juxtapose each other in style, medium and shape. The contrast works though, and the work feels refreshed, rather than cluttered, by it’s counterparts. Ends March 14.


Robert Overby at Marc Selwyn Fine Art9953 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills

robert-overby_projected-space-between-my-legs_MSFA-13198_RW-622x415Robert Overby, Projected Space Between My Legs, 1970. Photo courtesy of Marc Selwyn Fine Art.

Overby’s art has always been interested in space as having an emotional presence and/or absence. This show, curated by Linda Burnham, and titled Absence As Presence: Erasure, Trace, Eradication, and Lack explore this theme within the artist’s entire body of work. Ends April 11.

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