A photo of Noah Davis, dated 2009. Photo by Patrick O’ Brien-Smith.

Celebrating Noah Davis

With Karon Davis, Kahlil Joseph, and Helen Molesworth
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A special episode dedicated to the late artist Noah Davis, with some of the people who knew him best. The curator Helen Molesworth, his brother, the filmmaker Kahlil Joseph, and his wife, the artist Karon Davis, remember Davis, whose legacy continues to grow—through his paintings, which depict everyday life with emotional and formal ambition; The Underground Museum, the space he founded in Los Angeles that combines many different worlds; and the family, literal and figurative, that coalesced around the magnetism of his personality.

A critically acclaimed exhibition of Davis’s work, which was on view at David Zwirner in New York earlier this year, will soon travel to the Underground Museum in Los Angeles. Learn more about Davis here.

Image: Noah Davis, 2009. Photo by Patrick O’Brien-Smith

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