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Datebook: Abandoned buildings, new paintings
and a show that tackles race and violence
By Carolina A. Miranda
MARCH 25, 2016, 2:24 PM
A trio of painters. Photography that records ruin in intelligent ways. And abstracted bits of landscape rendered as mosaic. Plus, the Underground Museum unveils a timely new exhibition.
Here are four shows to see this week:
Hope Gangloff, Benjamin Degen and Yuri Masnyj at Richard Heller Gallery. Heller's gallery is featuring a series of solo exhibitions by a trio of New York-based painters. These include Gangloff's moody portraits, Degen's glitteringly surreal landscapes and the diagrammatic paintings by Masnyj, which function as strange inventories of objects and things. Opens Saturday at 5 p.m. and runs through April 30.
Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., Ste. B5, Santa Monica, richardhellergallery.com.
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