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Los Angeles
Group Exhibition
Thomas Paul Fine Art
7270 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
April 4, 2012 - May 19, 2012


Great Show

This new group show includes some really great work by a wide range of artists.  One of the more interesting shows that I have seen in this gallery, and really show the versitility of the work that gets displayed in this gallery.  The three pieces at the front of the gallery, by Carlos Donjuan and Rupert Garcia, particulary the piece entitled, Mao, 1977, by Garcia. These works really pull you into the gallery, and as you move toward the back the works continues to catch the eye.  The most intersting piece in the show, in my opinion, was the Claes Oldenburg featured in the back of the gallery.  One of Oldenburgs multiples that looks great for the age and material of the piece, and is really a refreshing way to bring the print medium into the realm of three-dimensions.  This show is certainly work checking out, especially if your art taste isnt too rigid.  There is some incredible variety, and no single piece proves as boring.  Way to go Thomas Paul Fine Art.



Posted by Natalie Nicole Linden on 4/10/12 | tags: photography mixed-media

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