Chicago-based visual artist Louis De Guzman is the subject of a new exhibition called “On Display” at RSVP Gallery in Los Angeles, California. De Guzman creates paintings that seemingly draw inspiration from abstract expressionism and pop culture iconography. For the show, the artist presents a collection of works from his “Much to Do About Nothing” and “Much to Do About Something” series. Moreover, three never-before-seen pieces from his most recent project entitled “In Between The Lines” is on display as well. Accompanying the artworks are exclusive T-shirts made in collaboration with the lifestyle meets pop art boutique, priced at approximately $50 USD each.
View “On Display” in the slideshow above, courtesy of photographer Ricardo Emmanuel, and head over to RSVP Gallery’s official website to learn more. The show is currently open to the public until June 9.
For more exhibitions, get a closer look at Daniel Arsham’s concurrent NANZUKA and Galerie Perrotin exhibits in Tokyo.
905 S Hill St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
- Image Credit
- Ricardo Emmanuel
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