Danni Shinya Luo & Van Saro — Los Angeles, USA — 4-27 NOV, 2016
La Luz De Jesus Gallery, 4633 Hollywood Boulevard
In Shinya’s final exhibition, MOLLIER, she is returning to the fundamental of the craft, continuing the examination of feminine mystique through lines and limited palette. MOLLIER, the Latin word for “softer”, a concept that sums up the show’s spirit in entirety, from the subject matters to the style of expression.
Van Saro primarily paints with oils, draws with charcoal and displays his works inside galleries. The influence of the streets, though, is still evident in his work. Saro, who has lived in Los Angeles for over a decade and a half, unveils his latest collection, CONCRETE JUNGLE. Among the pieces are painted bank notes from war-torn Iraq and the porous-bordered Turkey–the latter of which bears Armenian critique of the genocide of 1915-17.