"Paper-Thin Hotel"

Courtesy of Dosshaus

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

Location Info:

Corey Helford Gallery
571 S. Anderson St.
Los Angeles, CA  90033
310-287-2340
"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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