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Los Angeles

Artspace Warehouse

Exhibition Detail
Shifting the Everyday
Curated by: Claudia Deutsch
7358 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036


November 10th, 2012 - January 10th, 2013
Opening: 
November 10th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Resurfaces, David JangDavid Jang, Resurfaces,
2012, Wax, Oil, Stain, Aluminum on Wood, 25x24
© David Jang
2381 (Sold), Barbara KoloBarbara Kolo, 2381 (Sold),
2012, Silver Ink and Graphite on Paper, 25x33
© Artspace Warehouse
Rearrange, David JangDavid Jang, Rearrange,
2012, Wax, Oil, Stain on Wood, 96x48
© Artspace Warehouse
Reflections in Blue, Barbara KoloBarbara Kolo, Reflections in Blue,
2011, Acrylic on Canvas, 36x24
© Artspace Warehouse
Spring, Amber GoldhammerAmber Goldhammer, Spring,
2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 48x36
© Artspace Warehouse
Overseas Lover, Clara BertaClara Berta, Overseas Lover,
2012, Mixed Media on Panel, 40x30
© Artspace Warehouse
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NEIGHBORHOOD:  
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TAGS:  
mixed-media, abstract, modern
> DESCRIPTION

The exhibition focuses on the impact and shift in relationships as a result of re-appropriating new materials and incorporating unexpected inspirations in art. The exhibition spotlights Los Angeles artist David Jang. Also on view is a new series of artworks by Los Angeles artist Barbara Kolo among many others.

David Jang's work utilizes materials and object-making to articulate the countervailing forces inherent in the everyday—expansion and contraction, perfection and imperfection, force and balance, have and have not. His process can be described as an exacting, fanciful, even obsessive re-appropriation of common materials—one in which he deconstructs, re-programs and re-constitutes industrial and commercial cast-offs to reveal new relationships between the object and the viewer.


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