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No one can miss the mysterious and haunting qualities of Korin Faught‘s recent body of works. In them, sleeplessness, repose, and eternal sleep are multiplied and juxtaposed in ways that seem to express restlessness, anxiety, and – finally – resignation. “My intention is to describe the moment and all moments,” she shares, “a place that is at once self-referential and omni-referential, which is what we are, have always been, and always will be.” This evocative series of paintings are going to be on view through October 29, 2016; and you wouldn’t want to miss the chance to see them in person. So, if you happen to be in or near Los Angeles this weekend, stop by Corey Helford Gallery before the gallery’s closing time (at 6pm).

Korin Faught: “Lost Days”

Exhibition Dates:
October 1 – October 29, 2016

Corey Helford Gallery

571 S Anderson St (Enter on Willow St)
Los Angeles, CA 90033
(310) 287-2340
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12 noon to 6pm

(Above) “The Void“, oil on panel, 36″ x 26”

(Above) “Sensation”, oil on panel, 40″ x 30″

(Above) “Death Pillow“, oil on panel, 38″ x 36”

(Above) “Bed Rest“, oil on panel, 36″ x 41”

(Above) “Photophobia”, oil on panel, 20″ x 20″

(Above) “Lost Study #8“, oil on panel, 8″ x 8”

(Above) “Void Study“, oil on panel, 18″ x 18”

(Above) “Great White”, oil on panel, 72″ x 36″

(Above) L – R: “Falling“, oil on panel, 30” x 62; “Totem 2016″, oil on panel, 30″ x 62″

(Above) “Lost Days“, oil on panel, 96″ x 48”

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