Photographer Abelardo Morell brings that outdoors in Morell installs a lens or prism in a window and transforms an entire room into a camera obscura. The view outside is then projected on the opposing wall upside down through the lens and right side up through the prism. A long-exposure photograph captures the outside world as its projected within the room.
Martha Otero Gallery is pleased to present Pedro Matos’ first exhibition in Los Angeles, Building Castles Made of Sand featuring a new series of oil paintings on canvas and Azulejo panels – a traditional Portuguese medium of hand-painted, tin-glazed, ceramic tile work.
Artist Lizzie Buckmaster Dove is living in Coledale, a small seaside village in New South Wales, Australia, a place known for its surfing and slow pace of life. Lizzie collected stones during her daily walks on the beach for about four years before she started to arrange them to an artwork. One of the objects she collected most frequently were smooth stones painted light blue on a single side which she would eventually discover were fragments of an oceanside sea pool that was being slowly consumed by the surf.