I've taken to firing off rapid frames with my Samsung S5 (full disclosure they give me phones and I love them) because the images are linked to my google photos and the system will auto select photos to turn into .gif, these are some from today's gallery crawl. They make me smile. Paul Marlow was kind enough to be the subject, even if he didn't really know he was, and good news I didn't get kicked out of Gagosian or Zwirner in the process.
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Jennifer Nocon works with a multitude of materials to create her scale defying pieces. The pieces I had the pleasure of seeing att the Art Los Angeles Contemporary show in February were primarily felt. Gorgeous thick alive felt. We were awestruck by the response we had to her work. She works in Los Angeles which also made me proud to think about great art being made in the town I call home. She exhibits with the Tracy WIlliams Gallery. if you see word of her work being up go see it.
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