The show at Ghebaly Gallery, curated by the co-owners of Ramiken Crucible in New York, is called “Depression.” The best work in it is flawed, decaying, nostalgic and attractive because of it. Andra Ursuta's crate-sized Lucian looks like a leaning, half-burned building and has an open, miniature, beige gas can inside. Gavin Kenyon's Pimpin', a hunan-sized figure with a rooster head, wearing cowboy boots and an 18th-century uniform, looks like a figure from Grimm's Fairy Tales that spent a few decades in a thrift store. 2245 E. Washington Blvd., dwntwn.; through May 10. (310) 280-0777,

Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: April 22. Continues through May 10, 2014
(Expired: 05/10/14)

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