The Chiefest of Ten Thousand—the new show of paintings by Celeste Dupuy-Spencer exposing “dark palimpsests of our culture as well as warmth, pleasure, and humor”—is on view at Nino Mier for one more week.*
THE CHIEFEST OF TEN THOUSAND
Through November 3.
Nino Mier, 7277 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Top: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Through the Laying of the Hands (Positively Demonic Dynamism), 2018, oil on linen.
Above: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, To be titled, 2018, oil on linen.
Below: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, The Chiefest of Ten Thousand (Sarah 2), 2018, oil on linen.
Just a year after her first solo show—And a Wheel on the Track, at Mier Gallery in West Hollywood—Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s watercolors, gouaches, and oils are part of an exceptionally strong painting component at the 2017 Whitney Biennial.
CELESTE DUPUY-SPENCER—2017 WHITNEY BIENNIAL, through June 11.
WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York City.
See Clare Hurley’s recent conversation with Dupuy-Spencer:
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Asher and Miro, watercolor and gouache on paper, 2015. Image credit: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer and the Mier Gallery.