David Kordansky debuted new exhibitions on March 18, 2023, which run through April 22, 2023. In Mother Sky, Mai-Thu Perret arranges a series of intimate gestures into an overall composition that is simultaneously monumental and ethereal, and that speaks to the subtlety of aesthetic thought as much as it does to the foundational nature of art’s place in human life. In this exhibition, Perret presents a wall-mounted ceramic work, among the artist’s largest and most ambitious to date; a figurative ceramic sculpture based on a digital scan of an ancient sculpture of the goddess Minerva; and smaller ceramic works dedicated to animal and other forms.

Detail, Mai-Thu Perret, She escapes the diamond pitfall and eats up the prickly thorns, 2022, glazed ceramic, 18 1/2 x 16 x 3 1/4 inches (47 x 40.6 x 8.3 cm). Photo: Mareike Tocha

The paintings on view in Hell is Wet incorporate found relics that chart Will Boone’s physical and experiential trajectory, making visible the localized nuances associated with the American South and Southwest.

Paths Crossed, Hilary Pecis’s first exhibition with the gallery, presents a selection of lush, saturated landscapes reflecting the mountainous, desert, and urban terrains commonly associated with Southern California.

On view: March 18, 2023 – April 22, 2023

What: New Exhibitions
Where: David Kordansky Gallery, 5130 W. Edgewood Pl., LA, 90019
Website: https://www.davidkordanskygallery.com