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Downtown warehouse spaces in LA have long housed artist studios, where maximum space comes for minimum rent. But in the past couple of years galleries have been following suit, moving eastward and taking up residence in old warehouses with gritty exposed brick, lofty wooden rafters, and square footage ample enough to show big projects.  More

 

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“Why did you pick this giant space? Well I want to make a giant painting.” In 2012, Laura Owenssought out a studio space, where she could work on an exhibition of paintings, informed by the space itself, and then exhibit those paintings in the same space. In this video, Owens talks about the many things painting can do, the advantages of large surfaces, and the concept of painting as a discrete activity as it moves from studio to exhibition space, a notion she rebels against. Owens’ 12 Paintingsopened in January 2013, and inaugurated the now very active and community minded 356 S. Mission Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. Owens’ book, 12 Paintings, published by Ooga Booga press, was recently released.
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