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Mernet Larsen
The Ground On Which We Stand (study)
2013
Acrylic on bristol paper
24 x 19 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
Lena Daly
Unsound Battery, tone no. 2
2016
UV-reactive flock on vinyl, UV- reactive oil paint, wood, LED UV light
28 x 26.5 x 2 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
Lena Daly
Unsound Battery, tone no. 1
2016
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
Amy Yao
Sometimes You Forget My Name (Lily Stargazer)
2016
Dibond mounted digital C-print
50 x 40 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
Amir Nikravan
Mask VIII
2016
Acrylic on fabric over aluminum
60 x 48 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
Mernet Larsen
The Ground On Which We Stand (study)
2013
Acrylic on bristol paper
24 x 19 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires
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Various Small Fires at Dallas Art Fair

By Delphine de Causans

April 15, 2016

For its third year as an exhibitor at the Dallas Art Fair, Various Small Fires (VSF) gallery’s booth, including work by artists like Lena Daly, Mernet Larsen, Amir Nikravan, Sean Shim-Boyle, Amy Yao, and Joshua Nathanson, caught our eye.

VSF is a 5,000-square-foot outdoor/indoor complex based in Los Angeles opened in 2012. The gallery is run by Esther Kim Varet and was named after Ed Ruscha‘s conceptual art book: Various Small Fires and Milk (1964). Born and raised in Dallas, TX, Varet told us it is always a great pleasure to be in town, as the gallery is incredibly supported.

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Mernet Larsen
The Ground On Which We Stand (study)
2013
Acrylic on bristol paper
24 x 19 inches
Courtesy of Various Small Fires

At the entrance of the conceptual, architectural, and interactive art space dedicated to music and art installations, exhibitions, and performances, is a desk that is annually remade by an artist. Varet recently told W Magazine, “I wanted the gallery to become a sculptural object,” comprised of a large sound corridor, a main exhibition space, as well as a sculpture court promoting emerging American artists.

Amir NikravanAmy YaoDallas Art FairEd RuschaEsther Kim VaretJoshua NathansonLena DalyLos AngelesMernet LarsenSean Shim-BoyleVarious Small FiresVSF

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