My Highlights from Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015

Artsy Editorial
Jan 22, 2015 3:17PM

I have selected works whose purity and simplicity can evoke and provoke different emotions and reflections.

My Selection:

Ann Veronica Janssens, Red Disc, 1995-2010, at 1301PE

Before Anish Kapoor, there was, and always will be, Ann Veronica Janssens! I love the simple shapes and the effect of light! This is a phenomenological experience.

Olafur Eliasson, Mat for multidimensional prayers, 2014, at i8 Gallery

Olafur Eliasson is always inspiring. I don’t pray, but beyond religion, let’s try to reach another dimension altogether! 

Sam Moyer, Late Lugano, 2014, at Rachel Uffner Gallery

I have seen Sam Moyer’s works on several occasions, and the contrast in materials looks stunning!

Late Lugano, 2014
Rachel Uffner Gallery

Imi Knoebel, Pinguin, 1992, at Galerie Christian Lethert

Radical, yet poetic! The best artist at the fair from Germany, in my opinion.

Alicja Kwade, Angst, 2013, at i8 Gallery

Alicja is a great artist—always clever!

Angst, 2013
i8 Gallery

Marcin Dudek, Department of Subterranea - Rozbark, 2014, at Edel Assanti

I discovered this artist at Art Brussels last year and am looking forward to seeing how his work has evolved.

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