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An exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Garber-Maikovska is currently on view at Blum & Poe.
September 12, 2020 - October 24, 2020
An exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Garber-Maikovska is currently on view at Blum & Poe. “4 from 3 dancers” is the fourth in a series of recent exhibitions—“homebirth”, “POSTPARTUM” and “Daughter”—referencing the birth of his daughter, his experience as a father, and most recently the arrival of a fourth family member. The exhibition spans figuration, color, and kinetics and also encompasses the realms of family bonding, primal bodily transitions such as birth and death.
Spread across four gallery spaces, the artist shares paintings in large and medium scale of abstracted embryonic figures, alongside new mobile video documents. A forthcoming performance will also be live streamed from the gallery’s parking lot. A portion of the proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to Kindred Space LA Birth Center, the only Black-owned Birth Center is Southern California, opening soon in South Los Angeles.
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