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"Amy Sherald: The Great American Fact" is the artist’s first solo West Coast exhibition. At the gallery's Los Angeles location, Sherald is debuting new paintings that continue her effort—to paint the things she wishes to see, depicting Black Americans in leisure. As American as apple pie (2020) shows a couple in front of a yellow house, drawing similarities to Grant Wood’s American Gothic (1930); An Ocean Away (2020) depicts two figures together in the dunes of a beach; and in A Midsummer Afternoon Dream (2020), a woman rests on a bicycle in front of a white picket fence and a sight sunflowers. These works, among others, underscore the identity of Sherald's subjects with the presence of visual cues and objects familiar to contemporary Americana.
Mariah Garnett's new body of work combines meditations on spirituality, mental health, and art making, simultaneously acknowledging her family’s complicity in structures of colonialism and cultural appropriation.
Sprüth Magers is currently presenting John Baldessari’s painting series, “The Space Between,” through September 11.
Regen Projects is participating in the inaugural edition of Gallery Weekend Los Angeles with “INHERENT FORM,” on view through August 1.
Raul Guerrero's "Fata Morgana" features three bodies of new and recent work following his exploration of his own ancestry and cultural environments.
Sean Raspet’s debut solo show in Los Angeles features three connected bodies of work created across the last several years that center carbon as their primary material.
Kandis Williams’s solo exhibition at Night Gallery highlights the artist’s performance and video work, Eurydice, which is named for the myth of Apollo's daughter of the same name.
Gallery Association Los Angeles presents the inaugural edition of Gallery Weekend L.A. from July 28 to August 1.
Hauser & Wirth’s Los Angeles space is presenting “In Focus: LA Artists,” featuring works by 12 acclaimed artists who call the city home.