Alexandra Wiesenfeld’s o in Blouin Art Info 5.30.17

Alexandra Wiesenfeld’s ‘o’ at Klowden Mann, Los Angeles

Klowden Mann, Los Angeles is exhibiting Alexandra Wiesenfeld’s “o” through June 3, 2017.

The exhibition features an installation of mixed-media works on paper and wall painting, alternating densely packed congregations of drawings with individual pieces standing alone. Drawings will be spread from ceiling to floor of individual walls, organized by time of creation and theme with one drawing, acting as source material for a larger painting executed directly on the gallery walls. Created last year, the works in ‘o’ are an insistent and immediate response to the activity of human creatures as they move through the contemporary world. Ranging in size from 10 by 10 to 45 by 70 inches, the mixed-media drawings are frenetic landscapes, burning castles or towers, clusters of figures standing or praying (or failing to act, together), ecstatic fish, seascapes displaying individuals in undirected sea vessels, two people embracing with intimacy and awkwardness, a head floating alone in undefined space.

The exhibition is on view at Klowden Mann, 6023 Washington Blvd., Culver City, Los Angeles, CA 90232, USA.

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