Joe Reihsen's show at The Company feels like obsessive stream-of-consciousness that must have been spurred by something unremarkable — a swirl, spray-painted circle or Jasper Johns-inspired hatch mark — then spiraled out, onto steel, paper, big canvases and small panels. It's like Reihsen thought about painting what British artist Martin Creed thought when he proposed ringing all England's bells when next year's London Summer Olympics begins: “I don't know which bells are the best ones, so I think it would be better to ring all of them all at once.” 955 Chung King Road; through Dec. 30. (213) 290-0122,

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