LA><ART, a leading nonprofit exhibition space in Culver City, offers a wonderful selection of editions by emerging and mid-career artists that support its cutting edge exhibitions, projects, and publications. Current selections include C-prints in small editions by Shana Lutker, Amir Zaki, and Gregory Michael Hernandez, all for $1,000 or less. Upcoming editions include works by Joel Kyack and Sherin Guirguis.
LA><ART was founded in 2005 on the German kunsthalle model, and is a crucial line of support for new, experimental work by contemporary artists outside of the confines of the art market and museum world. New York based painter, Kamrooz Aram’s current exhibition, “Generation after Generation, Revolution after Revelation,” is on view at LA><ART through March 20, 2010. The installation features a suite of ten mostly unfinished paintings that examine the cultural, social, and political meanings of abstraction.
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