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Exhibition Detail
an exhibition of new works by Bianca Regl
Title Guarantee Building Public Art Space
411 West 5th Street
Downtown Los Angeles , CA 90013


April 10th, 2008 - April 30th, 2008
Opening: 
April 10th, 2008 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
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Continental Gallery, Downtown LA
April 10th - April 30th , 2008

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 10th from 6 to 10 pm
during the Downtown Art walk and then on display until April 30th.

Venue: Continental Gallery , 408 S. Spring Street., Los Angeles, CA 90013 (corner of Spring and 4th)

Gallery hours : open by appointment. Please contact Edgar Varela Fine Arts, 213-494-7608 or email toinfo@edgarvarelafinearts.com

Edgar Varela Fine Arts is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Bianca Regl.

This is the artist's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The exhibit is co-curated by Gemma Sonego, presented by Gilmore Associates and hosted by Phantom Galleries LA.

Bianca Regl

Bianca Regl's works are multifaceted. Not just a variety of themes, but also of materials defines the painter's figurative style: painting behind glass, miniatures on balsa wood and large canvases live next to each other harmoniously. In her work, drawing often takes the role of a study, but looking at them exclusively in terms of preparatory sketches would deny the force of these singular images. Graphical representation is replaced, in her larger works, by a vehemently gestural way of applying her brush-strokes.


 On image surfaces that sometimes are hardly larger than a matchbox, Bianca Regl tells a kind of tales that are rooted in everyday situations and discuss her home country, Austria, in a partly ironical way. Patriotic allegories from touristic folders about the Alpine regions, by her subtle brush, are transferred onto the balsa panel. Grazing cows in front of mountain scenery may turn up as well as children playing at the well of a hut in the Alps. A Heidi idyll is thus created.

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For information and inquires please email to info@edgarvarelafinearts.com
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Edgar Varela Fine Arts is dedicated to bringing new and emerging artists to the spotlight. EVFA showroom is located at 542 S. Alameda Street (at Palmetto St.) in Los Angeles, between 5th Street and 6th Street. Open by appointment. For more information please contact Edgar Varela at 213 494 7608 - info@edgarvarelafinearts.com or visit www.edgarvarelafinearts.com

Acknowledgments:

Gilmore Associates www.laloft.com


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