The new show at Gavlak brings together a selection of the work of Claude Lalanne, François-Xavier Lalanne, and Rob Wynne.
ROB WYNNE AND LES LALANNE—PASTORAL
Through October 27.
Gavlak, 1034 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles.
Francois-Xavier Lalanne, Mouton Transhumant (Brebis), 1988/1991.
VAGUE TERRAINS / URBAN FUCKUPS—a new show of richly textured paper-on-paper work by Francesca Gabbiani—is now on view in Los Angeles.
“Non-place, a book by French anthropologist Marc Augé, explored spaces of transience where individuals are anonymous—airport waiting rooms, hotel lobbies, railway stations. Gabbiani’s beautifully crafted works have recently focused on a different and special kind of space, of wilderness that one finds in today’s urban texture, in abandoned grounds and unattended interstices of the city.” — Paolo Colombo
VAGUE TERRAINS / URBAN FUCKUPS
Through June 9.
1034 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles.
Francesca Gabbiani, Lookout, 2016-2017, (detail, above); ink, gouache, and colored paper on paper.
A show of Yuval Pudik’s new graphite drawings opens this week at Gavlak.
YUVAL PUDIK—SUCH, SUCH WERE THE JOYS, through February 24.
Opening reception, Friday, January 19, from 6 pm to 8 pm.
GAVLAK LOS ANGELES, 1034 North Highland Avenue, Hollywood.
Yuval Pudik, Seascape, 2017. Graphite on paper, 6.5 x 6.5 inches, 16.51 cm x 16.51 cm.
Image credit: Yuval Pudik and Gavlak Los Angeles.