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Rachel Harrison’s “Caution Kneeling Bus” premieres for the U.S. a series of paintings made with the help of the smartphone app Scanner Pro.
January 15, 2022 - February 20, 2022
Rachel Harrison’s “Caution Kneeling Bus” premieres for the U.S. a series of paintings made with the help of the smartphone app Scanner Pro. Open at Regen Projects until February 20, these works began by utilizing the software’s function for a different purpose, scanning various spaces and objects as opposed to its intended purpose to recognize and digitize text. The resulting images are filled with glitches, disorienting views of gravity defiance, and splotches of color and shapes, which the artist then finishes with the addition of paint. Alongside these painted prints, viewers will find a suite of sculptural works utilizing everyday materials like styrofoam, chicken wire, cement, and cardboard, like the orange-and-blue Paint Can or a storage cabinet labeled “flammable” with a form perched on top, titled Slimline.
Friedman Benda presents a new solo exhibition by Detroit-based sculptor, ceramicist, and educator Ebitenyefa Baralaye.
Pace, Los Angeles presents a dynamic exhibition of artwork by Alexander Calder, selected and installed by artist Richard Tuttle.
The California African American Museum (CAAM) presents the first US exhibition of British artist Helen Cammock.
Regen Projects presents “ECHO,” a sweeping exhibition spotlighting two decades worth of artwork by artist Elliot Hundley.
Jessica Taylor Bellamy’s “Endnotes for Sunshine” follows a creative exploration of the precarious nature of paradise in the face of ecological turmoil.
A solo exhibition of the Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi is on view at Hauser & Wirth’s gallery in the Downtown Arts District through April 30.
Jeffrey Deitch’s gallery space at 925 N. Orange Drive is presenting Refik Anadol’s “Living Paintings” from February 18—April 8.