The Green Line is Daniel Gordon’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, presented by M+B Gallery. The exhibition title is a nod to Matisse’s well-known 1905 portrait of the artist’s wife and is visually referenced in several of Gordon’s works. In Gordon’s practice, the artist culls photographic images from the Internet, prints them out and uses them to build three-dimensional tableaus.
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