Quint Contemporary Art is pleased to showcase photographs and a new installation by artist Lee Materazzi during the Art Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair being held from Thursday, January 27th through Sunday, January 30th at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. The installation, which includes a washing machine, laundry detergent and a line strung for drying asks the viewers to step outside the common gallery atmosphere and take part in a daily household chore. Photographs by the artist depicting routines of everyday domestic chores are shown alongside the installation. The subjects include the artist and her mother who amusingly take part in daily chores by heightening their physical involvement with the task at hand.
Quint Contemporary Art is also delighted in conjunction with the exhibition of this work to release the publication SPACES WITH MEANING: LEE MATERAZZI. The book features an essay “Wash, Fold, Repeat” by Gilad Segal.
Dates & Hours:
Thursday, January 27
First Preview (Invitation Only) 4pm – 6pm
VIP Reception 6pm – 10pm
Friday, January 28 11am – 7pm
Saturday, January 29 11am – 7pm
Sunday, January 30 11am – 6pm
For more information about the fair please visit: http://artlosangelesfair.com