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After a year in isolation, Flore is revealing his latest exhibition “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” at Art Angels. The solo show’s title references the artist’s dual nature—rooted, but branching out to include a new direction. In this presentation, guests can enjoy the best of both of the artist’s worlds, now marked by a new style Flore has adopted and mixed with his text-heavy, graffiti-inspired pieces he garnered much acclaim for. Today, his evolution is marked in the show with ten works that boldly mix two different styles that he calls “Urbans” and “Moderns.” Deliberately paired together and juxtaposed to show his evolution and unexpected direction, Flore’s two styles communicate his personal fascination with Abstract Expressionism and mid-century techniques, textures, and movements.
“There is division, but they reflect each other, they have similarities even as they’re completely different,” said Flore. “We’ve been forgetting about our communities and our connections, and this series is meant to remind people about the good, love, and light that comes of them.”
“Nerve Lines and Fever Dreams” by Heather Gwen Martin is on view at L.A. Louver.
Nino Mier Gallery in Los Angeles is presenting “Vagabond,” an exhibition of new works by Louise Bonnet.
Blum & Poe presents “FRESH,” by the Japanese artist Tomoo Gokita.
“The Flirt,” by Joshua Petker is now on view through at Anat Ebgi.
On view at Kohn Gallery is a solo show by Chiffon Thomas.
Serge Attukwei Clottey's "Beyond Skin" is open through May 8 at Simchowitz Gallery.
LACMA presents Yoshitomo Nara's first international retrospective.