Ann Greene Kelly‘s suspended exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles features sculptural works which combine “found, everyday objects, such as mattresses and tires sourced from the areas surrounding her studio, with traditional sculptural materials, drawing, and collage.”
Through June 14.
Institute of Contemporary Art
1717 East 7th Street, downtown Los Angeles.
Ann Greene Kelly, from top: Still Life Studio Door, 2019, colored pencil on paper, collection of Keith Couser; Untitled (Folding chair building with boot), 2018, plastic furniture, folding chair, resin, plaster, and graphite; Untitled (small, circular bench), 2017, plastic chairs, resin, wire, hardware, plaster, colored pencil; Shirt with Smokestack, 2019, colored pencil on paper; Untitled, 2019, mattress, onyx fountain drain, fence, and plaster; Untitled, 2020, tires, hardware, plaster, cans, graphite, colored pencil, fabric (2), photographs by Jeff McLane, ICA LA; Spilled Drink, 2019, colored pencil on paper. Images courtesy and © the artist, Chapter NY, New York, and Michael Benevento, Los Angeles.