Nam June Paik
November 2 through December 21, 2013
427 Bernard Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Nam June Paik (1932-2006), the Korean-American artist who thought tech and art together could generate a new high art and holography would be art’s future, did some loose, lighthearted pastel and crayon drawings throughout his career. A few these are on view in a small show at Thomas Solomon Gallery in Chinatown, along with a series of black and white photo-based montages and a robot sculpture with a lightbulb as its head.