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Noah Davis

“Artists of Color”

"Artists of Color" did two things bravely. First, it presented rooms of geometric abstractions, monochromes, and color fields from the likes of Josef Albers, Imi Knoebel, and Jo Baer—the sort of…

Links: Q+A with Noah Davis

A.i.A. sat down with Davis in what he calls the Underground Museum, his experimental art space/studio/residence in L.A.'s Crenshaw district, on the eve of "The Missing Link," his solo exhibition at…

Noah Davis

Noah Davis, a young painter based in L.A., titled his exhibition after a setting in Richard Brautigan’s novella In Watermelon Sugar. In the story (written in 1964, published 1968), “The Forgotten…

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