Get Inspired in L.A. This Weekend with 5 Major Art Shows

JOHN CURRIN, Tapestry, 2013. Photo by Rob McKeever. Courtesy of Gagosian Galley. © John Currin.


John Currin at Gagosian Gallery, 456 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills


JOHN CURRIN, Tapestry, 2013. Photo by Rob McKeever. Courtesy of Gagosian Galley. © John Currin.

John Currin is back, with more eroticism and perplexing imagery than ever! While the layering of painting on top of painting characterizes his newer works, the same thematic exploration of balance between the beautiful and the monstrous remains.


Alma Allen at Blum & Poe2727 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles


Alma Allen, Installation view, 2015. Courtesy of Blum & Poe.

Allen, a high school drop out and teenage runaway, is having his first solo exhibition since his success at the 2014 Whitney Biennial. His sculpture is a paradox of solid form, but fluid shape, creating a complex balance between the two. Ends February 28.


Jacci Den Hartog at  Rosamund Felsen GalleryBergamot Station B4 2525 Michigan Avenue, Santa Monica


Jacci Den Hartog, Conversation In the Garden: A Chill To Repartee, 2013-2014.  Courtesy of Rosamund Felsen Gallery.

Hartog’s second exhibition at Rosamund Felsen, The Etiquette of Mountains is an scrulpture exploration into landscapes and mountain terreraine. Using cool blues with pops of bright color, the textured shapes provide an new perspective on nature. Ends March 14.


Brendan Fowler at Richard Telles Fine Art, 7380 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles


Brendan Fowler, From South, 2014. Photo courtesy of Richard Telles Fine Art.

The exhibition features sound and printed art that examines repurposing and the value of the unintentional. Through both sound and imagery, Fowler ignores the uniform purpose of mass production, by tweaking common sound and embroidery instruments to create a unique print or noise. Opens February 21.


Stanley Whitney at Team Gallery, 306 Windward Avenue, Venice


Stanley Whitney, Aura of the Sandfall, 2014. Photo courtesy of Team Gallery.

In his debut Los Angeles show, Whitney’s works are a study in color and grid patterns. The orderly structure dictated by the bold colors are combined with the spontaneity of the drip to exude an interesting combination of mixed textures and complex layering. Ends February 22.

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