Marshall Gallery presents What Remains featuring the art of Krista Svalbonas. The gallery hosted an opening art party as well as an art talk on Saturday, January 20, 2024. The exhibition runs through February 24, 2024. 

Marshall Gallery Krista Svalbonas

The exhibition follows the culmination of two multi-year projects as well as the gallery’s presentation of works at Paris Photo. The artists historically rich and tactile works illuminating the little-known history of Baltic refugees in post-war Europe. Historical texts and traditional folk patterns of the artist’s ancestors are carved into her original architectural photographs with fascinating precision. Twenty works on view from “What Remains” and “Displacement” showcase a deeply researched and timely creative endeavor.

Marshall Gallery Krista Svalbonas

Krista Svalbonas, Lauingen, 2022; Laser cut archival pigment print, 14 x 21 in. Edition of 2 + 1AP

Klaus Frahm

Vintage prints from photographer Klaus Frahm‘s project Grayzone will also debut in the gallery’s backroom, continuing a humanist take on architectural photography through the transformation of Hamburg and Berlin in the 1980s.

On view: January 20, 2024 – February 24, 2024

What: What Remains, Krista Svalbonas
Where: Marshall Gallery Bergamot Station (A6), 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica 90405
When: Running through February 20, 2024

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