1. The New Baroque at Gallery 825The show runs until April 18. Gallery talk this Wednesday at 6:30 PM.
From the LA WEEKLYWest Hollywood’s Gallery 825 invited nearby gallerist and colleague Martha Otero to jury its florid spring group show this year - and found no media left behind… the gallery presents three small but salient solo installations by members Keiko Inoh, Robert Nelson and Osceola Refetoff. Inoh’s unique 3-D light projection shadow-puppet cities, Nelson’s advanced classical draftsmanship applied to subversive subjects, and Refetoff’s complex constructed images of memory and decay of the wild Wild West (or at least our idea of it) together form a poetically and psychically aligned counterpart to the optical cornucopia tumbling through the main gallery. —Shana Nys Dambrot (@shananys)  "Things To Do: 5 Exciting Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $10 or Less.", LA Weekly

    The New Baroque at Gallery 825
    The show runs until April 18. Gallery talk this Wednesday at 6:30 PM.

    From the LA WEEKLY
    West Hollywood’s Gallery 825 invited nearby gallerist and colleague Martha Otero to jury its florid spring group show this year - and found no media left behind… the gallery presents three small but salient solo installations by members Keiko Inoh, Robert Nelson and Osceola Refetoff. Inoh’s unique 3-D light projection shadow-puppet cities, Nelson’s advanced classical draftsmanship applied to subversive subjects, and Refetoff’s complex constructed images of memory and decay of the wild Wild West (or at least our idea of it) together form a poetically and psychically aligned counterpart to the optical cornucopia tumbling through the main gallery. —Shana Nys Dambrot (@shananys)  "Things To Do: 5 Exciting Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $10 or Less.", LA Weekly