David Kordansky Gallery is currently hosting two exhibitions. ”Weed Pots,” an exhibition of ceramic vessels by Doyle Lane. Curated by artist Ricky Swallow, the show will feature more than five dozen examples of Lane’s iconic, small-scale weed pots made between the late 1950s and late 1970s, on loan from collections throughout California, including the California African American Museum. Weed Pots will be on view at the gallery from July 22 through August 29, 2020. David Kordansky Gallery is currently open by private appointment only. Virtual visits are available here.

Doyle Lane Studio, c. 1976, El Sereno, California, Photo by Ben Serar

“BORROWED SCULPTURES,“ is an exhibition of new floor and wall-based bronze sculptures by Ricky Swallow. The artist transforms familiar objects and materials into bronze sculptures that challenge ordinary perceptions of space, mass, and color. This new group of works includes forms––among them several apparent readymades––that have accompanied the artist, whether literally or figuratively, for extended periods of time, fostering increased intimacy and a pointed, personally resonant surrealism.

David Kordansky Gallery is currently open by private appointment only. Virtual visits are available HERE. On view: July 22 – August 29, 2020

What: ”Weed Pots,” “BORROWED SCULPTURES“
Where: David Kordansky Gallery, 5130 W. Edgewood Pl. LA, 90019
When: By appointment only
Phone: 323-935-3030
Website: https://davidkordanskygallery.com

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