My Highlights from Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015

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Jan 22, 2015 1:50AM

I am generally drawn to works that demonstrate the hand and eye of the artist. Diverse materials used in a conscientious way also attract me. For the most part, these artists were relatively unknown to me and I was intrigued by their use of materials, format, and size, and of course the impact of the works.

My Selection: 

Jan Albers, wEdgEprint, 2014, at 1301PE

Stanley Whitney, Elephant Memory, 2014, at Team Gallery

Channing Hansen, ALGO 54 1.1, 2014, at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

ALGO 54 1.1, 2014
Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Duane Zaloudek, Trask V, 1964, at MONITOR

Trask V, 1964

Shirley Irons, Greene Naftali, 2011, at Gallery Luisotti

Greene Naftali, 2011
Gallery Luisotti

John Miserendino, Untitled (Seeing Ruby’s Husband), 2014, at Louis B James

Untitled (Seeing Ruby's Husband), 2014
Louis B. James

Imi Knoebel, Betoni, 1990-1996, at Galerie Christian Lethert

Betoni, 1990-1996
Galerie Christian Lethert

Jeppe Hein, Geometric Mirrors G, 2013, at Johann König

Geometric Mirrors G, 2013

Shaan Syed, Stage Right to Stage Left, (Military Green Horizontal to Black Horizontal), 2014, at Ana Cristea Gallery

William Pope.L, Gold People Are Hung, 2015, at Shane Campbell Gallery   

Gold People are Hung, 2015
Shane Campbell Gallery

Paul Winstanley, Seminar (Grey), 2014, at 1301PE

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

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