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7 Pieces We Loved at Art Los Angeles Contemporary - AMMO Magazine
7 Pieces We Loved at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

7 Pieces We Loved at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

With over 50 galleries and installations this year’s fairs, Art Week in LA will prove to be worth every long line. Art Los Angeles Contemporary had a new venue and a renewed spark as it positioned itself in the heartland of Hollywood.  We took to opening night (and revisited once more) taking in the work of artists like Analia Saban, Marshall Brown, and Devin Troy Strother.  Here are our faves from the show.

 

Devin Troy Strother, i think i’ve just gone from nappy to happy, 2020; Over The Influence.

 

Analia Saban, International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Made in USA, Clothing Tag, 2019; Mixografia.

 

Chris Bogia, Bonsai (Autumn in the Floating World), 2019; Mrs.

 

Marshall Brown, Pantheon, 2020; Western Exhibitions.

 

Coady Brown, Spellbound, 2020; 1969 Gallery.

 

Sanlé Sory, Chasse-Spleen, 1972 & Le Commandant, 1976; M+B Gallery.

 

Gozié Ojini, Untitled (Basketballs), 2018; Court Space.

 

 

 

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