PRJCTLA hosted an opening reception on May 28, 2022 to celebrate new exhibitions by artists Nathan Redwood, and Senon Williams. If you missed the art party, you can still catch the exhibition through July 2, 2022. The Remember to check with the gallery for up-to-date covid protocols and guidelines – (proof of vaccination and masks MAY be required).
“Portraits: Invented Subjects and Divergent Styles,” a solo exhibition by Nathan Redwood is the eighth solo show by the artist done in collaboration with the curator of the exhibition, Carl Berg, the director of PRJCTLA.
For this presentation, Redwood amassed the largest grouping of his works to date: 100 paintings, ten on canvas and ninety framed works paper all portraits depicting every possible idiosyncrasy of his oeuvre to conjure a broad view of portraiture.
“Holy County Line” is Los Angeles-based artist Senon Williams first solo exhibition with the gallery. The multidisciplinary artist often works with words in his art blending text with delicately rendered landscapes and abstractions in paintings on canvas and works on paper. He also uses words in his 3-dimensional works which vary from sculptural benches to pseudo books made from found wood.
On view: May 28 – July 2, 2022
What: New Exhibitions, Nathan Redwood, Senon Williams
Where: PRJCT LA, 1452 E. 6th Street, LA, 90021