Memory is a multi-faceted exploration that engages our minds and senses often in unexpected ways. A few bars of melody or a fragment of words spoken can conjure up times and places from long ago. The slightest breath of fragrance might bring back an emotion or the memory of a person long forgotten.
Opening reception Saturday, March 3, 2018
6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Keystone Art Space cordially invites you to the opening of the dynamic two-man show, "Nothing Tame". Artists Gared Luquet and Tim Ellis will both unveil their most recent series of large scale, high-energy paintings.
In Gared Luquet's LA Zoo series, stunning depictions of wildlife are juxtaposed against vivid backgrounds in an electric world of posterized intensity and imagination.
Tim Ellis pushes the boundaries of color in his bold explorations of form, constructing intense renderings of the visual artists he deems vital and formative, not only in their work, but in their personalities and influence on collective culture; his work is representational yet experimental enough to transcend mere portraiture, becoming a portal to the interior life of each artist.
Don't miss the opening reception of these prolific bodies of work, and a chance to meet two of LA's most exciting up and coming painters.
Opening reception with the artists:
Saturday, March 3, 2018
6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
(Private viewings available by appointment 2/30-3/12)
Stephania Gambaroff is announcing her first solo exhibition titled “Augmented” which examines the cultural and interpersonal implications of new technologies. Known for her socially-conscious art and film projects, Gambaroff’s work questions technocratic boundaries with a visionary perspective. The exhibition will open on Saturday, March 31, 2018 from 6pm – 10pm at the Keystone Art Space in Downtown Los Angeles.