When I take photos of art I often write "this piece doesn't translate to a photograph." That is what this exhibit is about. Art that doesn't translate easily to a digital image. You won't know what is being shown until you show up...which is quite old school. This is a truly clever and exciting concept for an exhibit.
The press release puts it well-- "This exhibition makes the case that the pixelated facsimile of art on a backlit screen, where depth, detail and materiality become all but indiscernible, is not a substitute for the experience of standing in front of the actual artwork and engaging with it."
The exhibit is at the gallery's new LA location.
The exhibit features work by Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Christiane Feser, Rosemarie Fiore, Valerie Jaudon, Chuck Kelton, Klea McKenna, Floris Neusüss,
Kate Petley, Osceola Refetoff, Paul Rusconi, Christopher Russell, Joachim Schulz, Joseph Stashkevetch, Canan Tolon, Michael Waugh and John Zinsser.