"Paper-Thin Hotel"

Courtesy of Dosshaus


2018-05-05 04:00:00
Daily until May 5

Location Info:

Corey Helford Gallery
571 S. Anderson St.
Los Angeles, CA  90033
"People are defined by the things they surround themselves with," David Connelly told the Weekly earlier this year about the strangely mundane assortment of monochromatic painted-cardboard objects — a couch, vintage turntable, suitcase, beer cans, lipstick, typewriter, chessboard and even an elevator — he and fellow artist Zoey Taylor have assembled for their new exhibition, "Paper-Thin Hotel." Better known as the art collective Dosshaus, the duo are transforming Corey Helford Gallery into a virtual flophouse replete with its own lobby and series of seedily noirish motel rooms through which they'll wander as living-art characters inspired by Arthur Miller and Bonnie & Clyde. Dosshaus' elaborate cardboard costumes and sculptures are simultaneously playful and surreally distinctive.
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