Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for September 2020

Troy Chew, “Three Crowns (8)” (2020), oil and acrylic on canvas, 46 x 40 inches (image courtesy Parker Gallery) While Los Angeles art lovers can’t plan museum dates just yet, there’s still plenty to see online and by appointment at galleries and smaller art spaces around town. In an effort to help guide your fall into being as art-filled as possible, we’ll be compiling monthly selections of must-see shows in the city all season.

This September, enjoy a mix of art made during the pandemic, new MFA work, protest posters, and stellar solo shows.

— Elisa Wouk Almino, Senior Editor, Los Angeles * * *

Senga Nengudi, “Bulimia” (1988/2018) (detail) (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) When : August 18–October 2 Where : Sprüth Magers (5900 Wilshire Blvd, Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles) (open by appointment)Visitors who are only familiar with Senga Nengudi’s post-minimalist stretched stocking works will be in for a nice […]

Source: hyperallergic.com

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