Renaissance man Keith J. Varadi is opening up his latest solo exhibition, titled Nu Haiku and running at LA’s Smart Objects from November 7 to December 12.
The LA-based artist, writer and curator has already shown his work internationally, passing through Ricou Gallery in Brussels, Welcome Screen in London, and Stadium in NYC, as well as curating and organizing a selection of exhibitions through the States. His writing has also passed through some major art media outlets, including ARTFRUM, Kaleidoscope, and WOW HUH, as well as a collaborative book with artist John Roebas titled Happy Hour at Flem’s.
By way of a press release, Smart Objects merely released a haiku-like poem to introduce the show:
Revel in the might of a flashlight,
recognize how time flies over place,
and life costs like the backside of a dime.
See the Smart Objects exhibition page for details. **
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