INTO THE MYSTIC

INTO THE MYSTIC

untitled by wallace berman

Wallace Berman

Untitled, um 1968

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untitled (moonscape with 3 arrows) by wallace berman

Wallace Berman

Untitled (Moonscape with 3 Arrows), 1964 - 1976

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untitled (moonscape with 3 arrows) by wallace berman

Wallace Berman

Untitled (Moonscape with 3 Arrows), 1964 - 1976

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untitled (moonscape with 2 arrows) by wallace berman

Wallace Berman

Untitled (Moonscape with 2 Arrows), 1964 - 1976

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untitled (male ear) by wallace berman

Wallace Berman

Untitled (Male Ear), um 1964 - 1976

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blue clouds a by simmons & burke

Simmons & Burke

Blue Clouds A, 2012

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blue clouds b by simmons & burke

Simmons & Burke

Blue Clouds B, 2012

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cube prototype by larry bell

Larry Bell

Cube Prototype, 2008

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cube 34 by larry bell

Larry Bell

Cube 34, 2006

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pink hour by joe goode

Joe Goode

Pink Hour, 2012

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Samstag, 17. November 2012Samstag, 26. Januar 2013


Los Angeles, CA USA

LARRY BELL
WALLACE BERMAN
VIJA CELMINS
BRUCE CONNER
MARTIN CREED
JOE GOODE
AGNES MARTIN
ED RUSCHA
DAVID BENJAMIN SHERRY
SIMMONS & BURKE
MARK TANSEY
FRED TOMASELLI
BILL VIOLA
JACK WHITTEN

The Michael Kohn Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition focused on the aesthetic contemplation of mysticism in both contemporary art practice and contemporary practices of looking at art. This exhibition brings to light a certain Grand Theme—an aspect of introspection and perceived reality when looking at works of art that explores the rich inner landscape of one’s consciousness, both sacred and profane. There is a strong strain of mysticism among some Californian artists working during the 1960s and 70s, and their work will be represented by paintings, collage and light sculpture. Similarly, this quality of allusiveness, of poetic touch, can be found in some of the best artists working today like Fred Tomaselli, Vija Celmins and Bill Viola.

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