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Marten Elder: New Color Photographs

Tif Sigfrids

Last Chance - March 14 through April 25, 2015

Photographer Marten Elder has been fascinated by the "peculiar" concrete steps and plant life in Los Angeles since he moved here a few years back. He has, according to the gallery, "begun to reveal a dizzying array of detail that most inhabitants of the city may not have realized they are surrounded by."

Zak Prekop

Thomas Duncan Gallery

Last Chance - March 27 through April 25, 2015

Zak Prekop's second solo show at Thomas Duncan likely features new abstractions -- the kind of casual but controlled compositions of blocks, circles and swirls for which he's known.

Ginger Wolfe-Suarez: A Thing Repeated Is Not Always All The Same

Diane Rosenstein Fine Art

March 21 through May 2, 2015

The title of Ginger Wolfe-Suarez's show comes from the series of work she makes of pairs of wood, drywall, and images. One piece of drywall might have a photocopy of flowers on it, while the piece of drywall next to it will have a drawing of that same photocopy attached to it. She's also including a series of light boxes that show different versions of the same family photo.

Cody Trepte: Remainder

Meliksetian | Briggs

March 21 through May 2, 2015

The puzzle an amateur magician named Paul Curry invented in 1953 -- six triangles that could be rearranged -- was the starting point for the work in L.A. artist Cody Trepte's new exhibition. There will be a "large image of a man in a library" hanging in the gallery's center.

Ivan Comas: Open Studio

Steve Turner

March 21 through May 2, 2015

Buenos Aires-based Ivan Comas will be showing paintings made from cement, asphalt, and house paint, meant to evoke "poorly maintained roads and other gritty aspects of contemporary urban life." He's been working in a studio at the end of the gallery building as part of a three-month residency, and the studio will be open to visitors over the course of the show, hence the title "Open Studio."

Amelie von Wulffen

Freedman Fitzpatrick

March 22 through May 2, 2015

Berlin-based Amelie von Wulffen makes abstract paintings that looks sort of like expressionistic collages -- maybe a naked guy with his back to us in the middle and a small white house in the far right corner.

Elementary

CMay Gallery

March 24 through May 22, 2015

Artists Lee Bae, Kim Kiduck, and Bahk Seon Ghi, all originally from Korea, do abstract, minimal work. Bahk Seon Ghi uses charcoal, nylon thread and small stones to make his work. Lee Bae draws with charcoal on canvas.

Jesse Benson

Michael Benevento

March 28 through May 23, 2015

L.A.-based Jesse Benson, who paints, makes books, collages and sometimes installs objects at unusual heights and angles, is having his first solo show at Michael Benevento.

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