SNEAK PEEK: "Unsung"
Unsung brings together four contemporary artists that have yet to gain prominence, but have very promising futures ahead. This exhibition serves as a great introduction to their work and is the first major exhibition in Los Angeles from each. From the delicate style of Portland’s Timothy Karpinski to the twisted visions manifested in the work of Winnipeg’s Kenneth Lavalle to those of Los Angeles’ own Anthony Clarkson, who’s personal works are emotionally driven examinations on the human condition. Rounding out the foursome are the bitingly critical and intricately simplistic works of Saskatoon’s Matthew Feyld. Feyld is by far the most prominent artist in the show, having shown in Canada, England, Belgium, Germany, Australia, Japan, and all over the U.S. from NYC to Seattle to California and back again.
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