An exhibition of new works by three emerging representational Los Angeles painters
Keystone Gallery presents an exhibition of new works by three emerging artists engaged in defining and further complicating the legacy of American landscape painting. Centering on their responses to decay and alienation in the Anthropocene era, Reverent Revenant Remnant Referent features works of art by Los Angeles-based artists Henry Landes Bell, Lee Piechocki and Julian Tan. Devoutly rendered, exquisite and sometimes tender meditations on an increasingly precarious world, the work exhibited in Reverent Revenant Remnant Referent reexamines misled 19th-century artistic ideals of growth and national identity as defined by the Hudson River School.
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