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Ryan McGinness: Recent Art and New Paintings 2020

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The Artist: Ryan McGinness

The Show: Recent Paintings, at Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles

May 19 – July 1, 2011

Ryan McGinness: Recent Art and New Paintings

A Whore in the Kitchen, Ryan McGinness, 2011

The ever-prolific painter and pop iconographer Ryan McGinness spins into neo-Warholian overdrive this month. As Culture Monster recently reported, McGinness will be blanketing the LA area with his creative output including three gallery shows (paintings, sculptures, works on paper), a conceptual piece involving corporate logos at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects, new art installations at Standard Hotels downtown and West Hollywood locations, and a three-night performance / nude model draw-a-thon at the latter venue. Plus parties.

The festivities begin with the opening of Recent Paintings at Michael Kohn Gallery May 19. The show includes representative pieces from several recent bodies of work, in addition to a series of new paintings.  Expect plenty of color and graphic complexity, in service of a world view that may or may not be illuminating.

Images courtesy of the artist and Michael Kohn Gallery.

Brain Drain, Ryan McGinness, 2008
Colon Closed Parens, Ryan McGinness, 2011
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Untitled (Black Hole, Pearl White 3), Ryan McGinness, 2008

Ryan McGinness: Recent Art and New Paintings

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