Objects USA had a show
There was a lot of cool stuff.
Richard Allen Morris x 2
The Landing's inaugural exhibition at its new gallery space features paintings, drawings, and sculpture by J.B. Blunk. It includes sculptural works with a selection of paintings and drawings that are being exhibited for the first time.
I began making wood sculpture in 1962. I knew how to use a chainsaw and it was one of those things. One day you just start. - J.B. Blunk
The gallery was designed and executed by architect Gregory Pilon, and it's incredible. In 2004, Pilon designed Reform's former location on La Cienega Blvd. If you read this LA Times article, you'll see that Gerard is still championing the same designers--as evident in The Landing's office below.
The Landing began as a space within Reform Gallery. Now, Reform is represented in the Landing office with Maurice Martine, Olga Lee and Paul Tuttle. This is as good as it gets.
Gerard, through Reform and the Landing's earlier showings, has put together some great exhibitions over the years. This space takes it to a whole new level.
C O N T I N U U M is the third exhibition for PLANEfurniture. Founder Michael Boyd’s paintings and a new suite of rugs designed for Christopher Farr are to be included in the presentation for context, along with more than a dozen new furniture designs and several new objects.
The exhibition runs from November 12th to December 15th at JF Chen
In celebration of works currently on view in MADE IN AMERICA, enjoy an evening of all things Eames with film producer and design scholar, Daniel Ostroff. Learn about Charles and Ray Eames’ personal and professional partnership and new insights into their creative process. Daniel Ostroff is a member of the current Eames Office team and the editor of the new publication, An Eames Anthology: Articles, Film Scripts, interviews, Letters, Notes and Speeches, which includes previously unpublished material, and important writings on their work. Copies will be available for purchase at a book signing following the talk.
More information: MINGEI INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM