Remains: A Group show
The idea that abstract painting can be a direct conduit to the unknown, or a means by which artists struggle to understand their own mortality and relationship to God, etc., is certainly not a new concept, yet “Remains,” a group show at Durden and Ray, attempts to analyze these tenuous relationships in a new light. Highlights include Scott Everingham with his “Daliesque” landscape, Max Presneill with one of his newest and most elegant “Redactions” and Clive McCarthy whose video work, utilizing projected algorithms to generate visual imagery, is as much a scientific and/or philosophical experience as it is a stunning artwork.
1950 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90021
show runs through November, 28, 2015