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OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES
OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES

Gallery Exhibitions
Ivan Morley
July 23 – August 27, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, July 22 | 6 – 8 PM

This exhibition features new paintings by Ivan Morley that draw upon the conventions of the still life genre and were made directly from his observation of constructed props and other objects in his studio, including a sawhorse, a backdrop made of triangular shapes, and a length of chain. Learn more here.

OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES
OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES

Gallery Exhibitions
Anthony Pearson: Casements
July 23 – August 27, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, July 22 | 6 – 8 PM

Casements features new wall- and pedestal-based sculptures by Anthony Pearson. The exhibition presents for the first time Pearson’s new Casement works, a variety of cement sculptures that promote a full-body engagement with space. Learn more here.

OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES
OPENING JULY 23 IN LOS ANGELES

Gallery Exhibitions
All Opposing Players
Curated by The Racial Imaginary Institute
July 23 – August 27, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, July 22 | 6 – 8 PM
Live Workshop by Shaun Leonardo: Saturday, July 23 | 11 AM

The group exhibition All Opposing Players, curated by The Racial Imaginary Institute, examines the complex phenomenon of nationalism through the works of Lotte Andersen, Ed Fornieles, and Shaun Leonardo. As part of the exhibition, on Saturday, July 23 at 11 AM, Leonardo will present a live workshop that incorporates audience participation to investigate how platforms of discussion may be rethought and possibly reinvented. Learn more here.

DEREK FORDJOUR: 'SONIC BOOM' AT THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, LOS ANGELES
DEREK FORDJOUR: 'SONIC BOOM' AT THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, LOS ANGELES

PUBLIC ARTWORK
Derek Fordjour's monumental artwork Sonic Boom is featured on the exterior of MOCA Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. Based on one of the artist’s most iconic series of paintings, the figures in Sonic Boom honor the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching band experience and symbolize the daily performance of Blackness itself. Learn more here.

ANNOUNCING REPRESENTATION OF ODILI DONALD ODITA
ANNOUNCING REPRESENTATION OF ODILI DONALD ODITA

News
We are pleased to announce our representation of Philadelphia-based artist Odili Donald Odita in collaboration with Stevenson Gallery and Jack Shainman Gallery. Odita brings heightened awareness to color and space in paintings where abstraction is an optically, physically, and culturally-felt phenomenon. Visit ARTnews for a profile on the artist, and learn more here.

CHRIS MARTIN: THE EIGHTIES
CHRIS MARTIN: THE EIGHTIES

NEW PUBLICATION
Chris Martin: The Eighties, a new catalogue of the artist's 2019 solo exhibitions at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, and Anton Kern Gallery, New York, is available now at our online shop.