Kayne Griffin celebrates ten years this year. To kick off 2021, the gallery presents new exhibitions “Unlights,” by Robert Irwin, and Huguette Caland’s “Bronzes.” Both exhibitions will remain on view thru February 27, 2021, and can be viewed by appointment only. CLICK HERE to reserve your spot.
“Unlights” is a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Southern California based artist Robert Irwin. This is the artist’s inaugural exhibition with Kayne Griffin and the first time this body of work is being exhibited on the West Coast. Irwin’s new works are composed from unlit six-foot fluorescent lights mounted to fixtures and installed in vertical rows directly on the wall. The glass tubes are covered in layers of opulently colored translucent gels and thin strips of electrical tape, allowing the reflective surfaces of unlit glass and anodized aluminum to interact with ambient illumination in the surrounding space and produce shifting patterns of shadow and chromatic tonality.
A solo exhibition featuring artist, Huguette Caland, titled “Bronzes” will be on view in the South Gallery exhibition space. Huguette Caland’s work spans different eras and locales yet finds itself intertwined with the Los Angeles art scene. Caland was experimental in her life and her art. Caland’s body of work features many series that reflect an exploratory practice that moves fluidly among styles, mediums, materials, and subject matter.
On view: January 9 – February 27, 2021; Exhibitions can be viewed by appointment only – CLICK HERE to RSVP!
What: Robert Irwin, Huguette Caland
Where: 1201 S. La Brea Avenue, LA 90019
When: By appointment
Phone: (310) 586‑6886