Los Angeles-based Salonen exhibited a series of sculptural paintings in New Dimensions in Recreation. Using the floor, ceiling, corners and other spatial factors, the works become a “network of precise distortions.”
Mexico City-based Segovia de Fuentes looks at masculinity and absurdity in Boys andBoots,where a series of small paintings of cowboy heads and footwear are mixed and matched.
Tokyo/Los Angeles-based Rost, meanwhile, explored spirituality and primal imagery with three new paintings in Everybody Wins, where instinct becomes “a conduit for a union of hidden emotions and unexplored movements.”**
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