PROTAGONISTS AND ERASURES
Solo Exhibition in Gallery 3
Exhibition Dates: May 8 - June 5, 2021
Masks and Social Distancing Required
HK ZAMANI: PROTAGONISTS AND ERASURES
May 8 - June 5, 2021
PRJCTLA is hosting its second group of exhibitions this coming May 2021, featuring three Los Angeles based artists and one artist from Italy.
The space has been open by appointment only due to the COVID pandemic but we hope to open with a more traditional schedule in the near future.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to see the exhibitions.
The gallery has been expanded providing additional areas in the rear of the building.
We will thus be able to host concurrently larger group shows and multiple solo exhibitions.
The new space will also include a dedicated projection room.
PRJCTLA will continue to have a strong online presence on Instagram (@prjctla), on the gallery website (www.prjctla.com) and on a 3D platform that is accessible through the gallery’s website.
The upcoming exhibitions will open on May 8 and run until June 5, 2021.
GALLERY THREE: HK ZAMANI: PROTAGONISTS AND ERASURES
The third exhibition, in the new space of the gallery, will feature works by HK Zamani. Being more raw than the other spaces, the back gallery provides a less traditional look and different from the usual “white cube”. Zamani’s work engages this space perfectly, proving a wonderful dynamic between the art and its environment.
Zamani’s new works, "Inadvertent Protagonists,” allow for an unpredictable shifting of possibilities and imaginings in a dialogue between painting and sculpture, as well as mirroring, through their various juxtapositions, the cultural duality and overlap that the artist brings to his work.
His "Fashion Erasures" challenge class consciousness, standardization and expectation. The obscuring of found images cancels their conventional orthodoxies while embellishing and empowering them to suggest both their primal origins and a potential undiscovered future.
HK Zamani is a multidisciplinary artist, and founder of PØST, an alternative exhibition space in Los Angeles, where more than five hundred exhibits have been hosted. He has exhibited extensively. He’s a recipient of COLA and CCF Grants, and is in the collections of LA County Museum of Art and Berkley Museum of Art.
PRJCTLA is pleased to present a diverse range of exhibitions creating a collaborative relationship with artists and other exhibition spaces.
For more information please contact Carl Berg at email@example.com.