We’re excited to welcome Damon Soule to Los Angeles this coming week. ‘Modus Alone’ will be the artist’s first solo show in Los Angeles following successful solo shows in SF and NYC. Soule’s paintings and drawings have been featured in group and solo exhibitions in such established galleries as Joshua Liner Gallery (NY), 111 Minna Gallery (SF), White Walls (SF), Dorothy Circus Gallery (Rome), Fecal Face Gallery (SF), Robert Berman Gallery (Santa Monica), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF), and BLVD. Gallery (Seattle).
Please check out a recent interview with Damon Soule that Juxtapoz just posted:
Damon Soule‘s most recent body of work for ‘Modus Alone’ continues his exploration of geometry, color and space. What makes this work different from previous showings however, is its focus on the metaphysical aspects of these perceptions rather than the material. As an extremely pragmatic and empirically minded person Damon’s work most often centers on scientific themes, choosing to reflect on the complexity of technological, political, and social life in our modern times, rather than the esoteric nature of consciousness. In many ways these new works are more personal, as Soule, through the use of geometry attempts to gain a better understanding of the ethereal.
Artist website: www.damonsoule.com
Take a ‘Sneak Peek’ at the works for ‘Modus Alone’ coming together in Damon’s studio:
Opening Reception: Fri, Feb. 12th 7-11PM in our main gallery
Exhibition runs: Feb. 12th – March 5th
4210 Santa Monica Blvd (near Sunset Junction in Silver Lake area of LA)