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Mythmaking and storytelling are at the core of our creative culture and this impulse drives a number of contemporary painters whose work could be characterized as L.A. Narrative Painting.

Press Release

From fires to freeways, earthquakes to race relations, The Day of the Locust to Play It As It Lays, the story of Los Angeles can be sinister, transient, and apocalyptic, but it is also opportunistic, perpetually sunny, and rooted in dreaming. Mythmaking and storytelling are at the core of our creative culture and this impulse drives a number of contemporary painters whose work could be …

From fires to freeways, earthquakes to race relations, The Day of the Locust to Play It As It Lays, the story of Los Angeles can be sinister, transient, and apocalyptic, but it is also opportunistic, perpetually sunny, and rooted in dreaming. Mythmaking and storytelling are at the core of our creative culture and this impulse drives a number of contemporary painters whose work could be characterized as L.A. Narrative Painting. The exhibition at Craig Krull Gallery will examine the work of a dozen artists from Southern California who use painting to tell a story through images, allegories and …

Location

2525 Michigan Avenue
Building B-3
Santa Monica, CA, US
Tue – Fri, 10:00am – 5:30pm Sat, 11am – 5:30pm