From Morning Til Night, We Should Never Rely on a Single Thing | Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles
From Morning Til Night, We Should Never Rely on a Single Thing
Curated by Tomory Dodge 14 – 28 April 2021
Philip Martin Gallery is proud to present, “From Morning Til Night, We Should Never Rely on a Single Thing,” a group exhibition curated by Los Angeles-based painter, Tomory Dodge. The title of the exhibition, a quotation attributed to 9th century Zen teacher Huang Po, advocates an approach to the everyday that does not rely on preconceived notions and concepts for understanding, but rather seeks to meet each occurrence on its own terms — to simply follow circumstances.
“Whether working from observation or imagination, whether their work is based in representation or abstraction, the painters included in this exhibition approach painting as grounds for constant reinvention and new ways of perception. While some of these artists utilize practices that may appear more rigidly formal than others, and while certain weight is placed on subject matter in some cases, the main object of their pursuit is none other than the direct experience of the act of painting itself for both themselves as the artist as well as for the viewer.” – Tomory Dodge
Featuring works by Alex Dodge, Jackie Gendel, Rema Ghuloum, Sky Glabush, Iva Gueorguieva, Josh Hagler, Mitchell Johnson, Alexander Kroll, James Morse, Laurie Nye, Maja Ruznic, Lisa Sanditz, Sophie Treppendahl and Laura Vahlberg.
“From Morning Til Night, We Should Never Rely on a Single Thing,” is on-line April 14 – April 28, 2021. Sedrick Huckaby’s exhibition of new sculptures and paintings, “Estuary,” is on view at the gallery March 26 – May 7, 2021.
In accordance with Los Angeles County Covid-19 protocol, Philip Martin Gallery is currently open by appointment only. To make an appointment, or to get additional images, or information please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 213-422-9286. Philip Martin Gallery is located at 2712 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034 in the Culver City area of Los Angeles between Venice Blvd. and Washington Blvd., just south of the 10 Freeway.