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Dec 15, 2021 / Surface

Love covers all offenses, 2021; Acrylic on vellum | 33” x 40” / 83.82 x 101.60 cm



ITINERARY
Greg Breda: Still

When:
Until Feb. 19

Where: Patron Gallery, Chicago

What: In his masterful portraits, the Los Angeles artist depicts African American characters from films such as A Warm December (1973) and Feeling Through (2019) with lush brushstrokes on vellum. Each of his compositions reference movie stills that portray scenes of reflection and contemplation, alluding to the spiritual and meditative connotations of stillness—and the reality that society continues to grapple with and rehash the same issues.

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