Platform: los Angeles title card.
Text description that reads Château Shatto,
Commonwealth and Council,
François Ghebaly, Hannah Hoffman, Jenny’s, Kristina Kite, Night Gallery, Nonaka-Hill, O-Town House,
Park View / Paul Soto, Parker Gallery, The Pit, Wilding Cran Gallery
A text description that reads This presentation is the third in our series of online exhibitions bringing together gallery and artist communities around the world. Following exhibition closures this spring, Platform Los Angeles is an opportunity to connect with thirteen galleries in LA’s dynamic art community, each presenting works by a single artist.
A text description that reads Château Shatto   1206 Maple Avenue, Suite 1030, Los Angeles, CA 90015
A text description that reads Parker Ito
A text description that reads “The works of Parker Ito have no origin, no source code. They are made in the form of circuits—they proliferate  and surge.”   —Nicolas Bourriaud, Purple Magazine
Installation view, Longevity Buns, Château Shatto, Los Angeles, 2020 Photo: Ed Mumford
Above: Parker Ito, CV (detail), 2020. Photo: Ed Mumford
Installation view, Longevity Buns, Château Shatto, Los Angeles, 2020 Photo: Ed Mumford
Above: Parker Ito, CV (detail), 2020. Photo: Ed Mumford
A painting by Parker Ito titled Me in the Studio w/ Red Hat Render (chains 1), dated 2020.

Parker Ito

Me in the Studio w/ Red Hot Render (chains 1), 2020
Oil on linen
16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 cm)
A sculpture by Parker Ito titled V550 / Me in the Studio w/ Red Hat (R255G0B0), dated 2020.

Parker Ito

V550 / Me in the Studio w/ Red Hat (R255G0B0), 2020
Modified photo color scanner, stainless steel, extension cord
11 x 21 1/2 x 18 3/4 inches (27.9 x 54.6 x 47.6 cm)
A text description that reads Commonwealth  and Council   3006 West 7th Street, Suite 220, Los Angeles, CA 90005
A text description that reads Patrick Staff
A text description that reads Adapting Heinrich von Kleist’s 1809 play by the same name, The Prince of Homburg. explores exhaustion amid crisis, citing that “it’s that very nature of exhaustion 
that starts to propel you to want to do something else...
to love differently, to think differently.”
Above: Portrait of Patrick Staff
Photo: Owen Richards
Above: Portrait of Patrick Staff
Photo: Owen Richards
A print by Patrick Staff titled Fuck the Clock, dated 2019.

Patrick Staff

Fuck the Clock, 2019
Archival pigment print on Ilford smooth gloss, aluminum frame
77 x 52 x 2 inches (195.6 x 132.1 x 5.1 cm)
Edition of 2, 1 AP

commonwealthandcouncil.com
A print by Patrick Staff titled Glove, dated 2019.

Patrick Staff

Glove, 2019
Archival pigment print on Ilford smooth gloss, aluminum frame
53 x 36 x 2 inches (134.6 x 91.4 x 5.1 cm)
Edition of 2, 1 AP

commonwealthandcouncil.com

A text description that reads François Ghebaly   2245 East Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90021
A text description that reads Candice Lin
A text description that reads “When we think of ourselves as conglomerates (biologically, socially, globally), we gain an understanding of how our actions do not take place in a vacuum but are instead tied to an intricate web of other effects that ripple outward through time.”   ––Candice Lin
A sculpture by Candice Lin titled Witness (Blue Version), dated 2019.

Candice Lin

Witness (Blue Version), 2019
Custom woven fabric, cotton fabric, ceramic, tobacco and papier-mâché mask, synthetic hair
77 x 24 x 16 inches (195.5 x 61 x 40.5 cm)
A sculpture by Candice Lin titled Jackal Queen, dated 2020.

Candice Lin

Jackal Queen, 2020
Pitfired ceramic with colored engobes
10 1/2 x 7 x 6 1/2 inches (26.5 x 18 x 16.5 cm)
An installation photo featuring works by Candice Lin
Installation view, Candice Lin, La Charada China (2018). Photo: Chen Yung-Jen
Above: Portrait of Candice Lin. Photo: Mark Daylbell
Installation view, Candice Lin, La Charada China (2018). Photo: Chen Yung-Jen
Above: Portrait of Candice Lin. Photo: Mark Daylbell
A text description that reads Hannah Hoffman   1690 South Victoria Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90019
A text description that reads Raphaela Simon
A text description that reads Raphaela Simon’s oil paintings and soft sculptures evoke an inventory of the ordinary. Delicately constructed, the objects and people that Simon presents are visual totems of memory and nostalgia.
A painting by Raphaela Simon titled Knochensäge (Bone Saw), dated 2020.

Raphaela Simon

Knochensäge (Bone Saw), 2020
Oil on canvas
51 1/8 x 96 1/2 inches (130 x 245 cm)
A painting by Raphaela Simon titled Weiße Brille (White Glasses), dated 2020.

Raphaela Simon

Weiße Brille (White Glasses), 2020
Oil on canvas
51 1/8 x 96 1/2 inches (130 x 245 cm)
Installation view, Raphaela Simon: Erdbeeren, Michael Werner Gallery, London, 2019. Photo: Roman März
Above: Photo: Paul Levack
Installation view, Raphaela Simon: Erdbeeren, Michael Werner Gallery, London, 2019. Photo: Roman März
Above: Photo: Paul Levack
Text description that reads Jenny’s  4220 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90029
Text description that reads Andrei Koschmieder
Text description that reads Andrei Koschmieder’s sculptural painting hybrids are 
a fusion of paper, inkjet dye, spray paint, and epoxy resin. The effect is one of mimicry and facsimile.
An untitled sculpture by Andrei Koschmieder, dated 2019.

Andrei Koschmieder

Untitled, 2019
Paper, inkjet dye, spray paint, epoxy resin

27 x 20 x 9 inches (68.6 x 50.8 x 22.8 cm)

Andrei Koschmieder

Untitled, 2019
Paper, inkjet dye, spray paint, epoxy resin

21 x 15 x 7 1/2 inches (53.3 x 38.1 x 19 cm)

Installation view, Experience Economy Class, Jenny's, Los Angeles, 2019. Photo: Ed Mumford
Installation view, Experience Economy Class, Jenny's, Los Angeles, 2019. Photo: Ed Mumford
A text description that reads Kristina Kite   3400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90018
Text description that reads Nancy Lupo
Text description that reads “These new works are        a lot of things but not definitively anything. They have a pragmatic starting point—a tent, a wrapper, a dream cloak, a fold—and embody a state between velocity and inertia that I find both pleasurable and terrifying.”   —Nancy Lupo
A sculpture by Nancy Lupo titled Velocity, dated 2020.

Nancy Lupo

Velocity, 2020
Mixed paper, glue, mica pigment, bass wood and bamboo skewers, fiberglass mesh
61 x 44 x 14 inches (154.9 x 111.8 x 35.6 cm)
A sculpture by Nancy Lupo titled Currency Exchange, dated 2020.

Nancy Lupo

Currency Exchange, 2020
Mixed paper, glue, mica pigment, bass wood and bamboo skewers, fiberglass mesh, graphite
60 x 45 1/2 x 11 inches (152.4 x 115.6 x 27.9 cm)
View of Nancy Lupo's studio. Photo: Brica Wilcox
Above: Portrait of Nancy Lupo. Photo: Austin Lynch
View of Nancy Lupo's studio. Photo: Brica Wilcox
Above: Portrait of Nancy Lupo. Photo: Austin Lynch
Text description that reads Night Gallery   2276 East 16th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Text description that reads Christine Wang
Text description that reads “The ‘I’ in my paintings is confused and abject, 
slipping between a desiring subject and a sexual object, �tween a political subject and a cog in the �pitalist machine. Is the voice of the ‘I’ the viewer, 
the painting, or the celebrity?”   —Christine Wang
A painting by Christine Wang titled Dinosaur, dated 2020.

Christine Wang

Dinosaur, 2020
Acrylic on canvas
84 x 108 inches (213.4 x 274.3 cm)
A painting by Christine Wang titled Feminist, dated 2020.

Christine Wang

Feminist, 2020
Acrylic on canvas
96 x 72 inches (243.8 x 182.9 cm)
View of Christine Wang's Studio. Photo: Chris Grunder
Above: Portrait of Christine Wang. Photo: Taylor Johnson
View of Christine Wang's Studio. Photo: Chris Grunder
Above: Portrait of Christine Wang. Photo: Taylor Johnson
Text description that reads Nonaka-Hill  720 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Text description that reads Tadaaki Kuwuyama
Text description that reads “I want to create an utterly anonymous work that 
does not look like a part of this world.… For me, neutral ‘painting’ means removing all characteristics to the degree where you can no longer judge the painting with aesthetic conventions.”  —Tadaaki Kuwayama
An untitled painting by Tadaaki Kuwayama, dated 1968.

Tadaaki Kuwayama

Untitled, 1968
Acrylic on canvas with aluminum strip
47 3/4 x 47 3/4 inches (121.3 x 121.3 cm)
An untitled painting by Tadaaki Kuwayama, dated 1969.

Tadaaki Kuwayama

Untitled, 1969
Acrylic on canvas with aluminum strip
60 x 19 3/4 inches (152.4 x 50.2 cm)
Installation view, Tadaaki Kuwayama at Nonaka-Hill, Los Angeles, 2019.
Above: Portrait of Tadaaki Kuwuyama. Photo: Rakuko Naito
Installation view, Tadaaki Kuwayama at Nonaka-Hill, Los Angeles, 2019.
Above: Portrait of Tadaaki Kuwuyama. Photo: Rakuko Naito
Text description that reads O-Town House   672 South Lafayette Park Place, Suite 44, Los Angeles, CA 90057
Text description that reads Owen Fu
Text description that reads Owen Fu (b.1988, Guilin, China) lives and works in Los Angeles. After studying philosophy, he studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and then at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California. His show                    opened at O-Town House this February.
A painting by Owen Fu titled Delicate Flower, dated 2019.

Owen Fu

Delicate Flower, 2019
Oil on linen
45 x 45 inches (114.3 x 114.3 cm)
A painting by Owen Fu titled To stray, dated 2019.

Owen Fu

To stray, 2019
Oil on linen
16 x 8 inches (40.6 x 20.3 cm)
Installation view, Owen Fu: Small Talk, O-Town House, Los Angeles, 2020
Above: Portrait of Owen Fu. Photo: Yusuke Ito
Installation view, Owen Fu: Small Talk, O-Town House, Los Angeles, 2020
Above: Portrait of Owen Fu. Photo: Yusuke Ito
Text description that reads Park View / Paul Soto   2271 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90018
Text description that reads Kate Spencer Stewart
Text description that reads Kate Spencer Stewart’s newest paintings contain fields 
of abstraction that suggest a primordial world, without life, at a moment of genesis. Their atmospheric qualities conjure elements of metamorphosis, with matter emerging and evaporating like a phantasm through the tools 
of painting.
A painting by Kate Spencer Stewart titled Luft, dated 2019.

Kate Spencer Stewart

Luft, 2020
Oil on linen
47 x 47 inches (119.4 x 119.4 cm)
A painting by Kate Spencer Stewart titled Terminal Pleats, dated 2019.

Kate Spencer Stewart

Terminal Pleats, 2019
Oil on linen
47 x 47 inches (119.4 x 119.4 cm)
Kate Spencer Stewart, Park View / Paul Soto at Paris Internationale, Paris, France, October 2019. Photo: Margot Montigny
Above: Portrait by Kate Spencer Stewart
Kate Spencer Stewart, Park View / Paul Soto at Paris Internationale, Paris, France, October 2019. Photo: Margot Montigny
Above: Portrait by Kate Spencer Stewart
Text description that reads Parker Gallery   2441 Glendower Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027
A text description that reads Franklin Williams
Text description that reads “Williams has worked steadily since the mid-’60s, 
coaxing from the blankness of a canvas visions of erotic love and irrevocable loss on visually (and sometimes physically) encrusted surfaces.”   —Suzanne Hudson, Artforum
Installation view, Franklin Williams: The Inimitable Professor Emeritus, Parker Gallery, Los Angeles, 2019. Photo: Paul Salveson
Above: Portrait of Franklin Williams
Installation view, Franklin Williams: The Inimitable Professor Emeritus, Parker Gallery, Los Angeles, 2019. Photo: Paul Salveson
Above: Portrait of Franklin Williams
A mixed media piece by Franklin Williams titled Raggedy Ann in Wonder Dream is Seen, dated 2020.

Franklin Williams

Raggedy Ann in Wonder Dream is Seen, 2020
Acrylic on canvas, cotton crochet thread, yarn, and collage
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
A mixed media piece by Franklin Williams titled Huan O Blossom, dated 2017.

Franklin Williams

Huan O Blossom, 2017
Acrylic, collage crochet thread, and rosettes on canvas Diptych
Overall: 40 x 60 inches (101.6 x 152.4 cm)
Each panel: 40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
Text description that reads The Pit   918 Ruberta Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201
Text description that reads Bella Foster
Text description that reads Bella Foster is known for her intimate paintings of interiors, objects, and people rendered primarily in watercolor and gouache. Her works create a moment of ethereal reflection on the artist’s life and surroundings.
A painting by Bella Foster titled Rachel's Kitchen, dated 2020.

Bella Foster

Rachel's Kitchen, 2020
Acrylic on watercolor ground on canvas
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
A painting by Bella Foster titled Rachel, dated 2020.

Bella Foster

Rachel, 2020
Acrylic on watercolor ground on canvas
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
Installation view, We’ll Put on the Day and Wear it till Night Comes, The Pit, Los Angeles, 2020
Above: Portrait of Bella Foster. Photo: Noam Rappaport
Installation view, We’ll Put on the Day and Wear it till Night Comes, The Pit, Los Angeles, 2020
Above: Portrait of Bella Foster. Photo: Noam Rappaport
Text description that reads Wilding Cran Gallery  1700 South Santa Fe Avenue #460, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Text description that reads Karon Davis
Text description that reads Karon Davis has a wide-ranging multimedia practice 
that encompasses installation, sculpture, film, photography, and performance. Her work draws on elements of theatricality and mythology as it explores issues of humanity, survival, and ways of being.
A sculpture by Karon Davis titled Quarantini, dated 2020.

Karon Davis

Quarantini, 2020
Plaster cloth, synthetic hair, glass eyes, martini glass, resin and steel base
64 x 24 x 24 inches (162.6 x 61 x 61 cm)
A sculpture by Karon Davis titled God Bless Preston, dated 2018.

Karon Davis

God Bless Preston, 2018
Plaster strips, chicken wire, steel armature, glass eyes, and stop sign
66 x 70 x 34 inches (167.6 x 177.8 x 86.4 cm)
Installation view, Muddy Water, Wilding Cran, Los Angeles, 2018
Above: Portrait of Karon Davis. Photo: Genevieve Gaignard
Installation view, Muddy Water, Wilding Cran, Los Angeles, 2018
Above: Portrait of Karon Davis. Photo: Genevieve Gaignard
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