Schor’s will be the most comprehensive presentation of a major multi-canvas painting installation on the theme of militarism and aggression, conceived and begun by the artist in the immediate aftermath of the First Gulf War in the winter of 1991 and completed in 1994. The total work is over 200 running feet long and has never been seen in its entirety, either publicly or by the artist. CB1 Gallery will present the second half of this major work, at once historic yet with continued resonance in the present day.
This will be the third exhibition of Schor’s work at CB1 Gallery since 2010. In addition to the 1991-1994 body of work, CB1 Gallery will also present a new series of works on paper, “Power” Frieze.
War Frieze & “Power” Frieze: Mira Schor CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, September 10-October 30, 2016 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 10, 3-6 PM
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