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Wardell Milan | Death, Wine, Revolt: Uneventful Days
February 9 @ 10:00 am - February 22 @ 6:00 pm
David Nolan Gallery is delighted to announce Wardell Milan’s Death, Wine, Revolt: Uneventful Days, a pop-up exhibition at 2766 La Cienega Blvd., on view February 9 – 22, 2020.
For his third solo exhibition with David Nolan Gallery, and the first in Los Angeles, Wardell Milan introduces a new body of work that explores the daily lives of white nationalists. In depicting their morning rituals, social gatherings and in their most intimate moments, Milan reveals the banality of hate. In addition to the work presented in the gallery Milan will mount a series of Klansmen portraits on billboards and bus stop shelters around Los Angeles, the place of movie and advertising imagery. Milan invites the passerby to consider their coexistence with these startling and haunting visuals. As we remain passive observers both within Milan’s portrayals and as witnesses to them, it becomes necessary for us to question our own preconceived morality.
Opening reception: February 12, 5-8pm
Hours of pop-up; Tuesday-Saturday, 10-6pm, or by appointment
Amerika, God bless you if it’s good to you, 2020.
© Wardell Milan. Courtesy the artist and David Nolan Gallery, New York