Kayne Griffin Corcoran is a Los Angeles based art gallery representing a dynamic roster of established, mid-career, and emerging artists. Founded in 2011 by partners Maggie Kayne, Bill Griffin and Jim Corcoran, the gallery’s vision is complemented by an exhibition space, courtyard and Skyspace designed by James Turrell. As the gallery enters its second decade it continues to expand on its Los Angeles based roots by collaborating with internationally recognized institutions and galleries to champion its artists to a global audience.
Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present Sculpture. This exhibition includes significant sculptural work from artists spanning the 1960s to the present, featuring new and historical work from: Mary Corse, Sarah Crowner, Charles Harlan, Tatsuo Kawaguchi, David Lynch, Sam Moyer, Louise Nevelson, Beverly Pepper, Ken Price, Keith Sonnier, Mika Tajima, Jiro Takamatsu, Robert Therrien, Hank Willis Thomas, James Turrell, and Rosha Yaghmai.
Following the gallery’s last exhibition which focused on the artist’s engagement with paint, Sculpture is a study of artwork with sculptural concerns. In the mid-1960s Robert Morris described sculpture as including space, light, and material qualities. Since the mid-1960s the category of sculpture has become infinitely malleable. While an exhibition such as Sculpture couldn’t possibly be a true survey, it aims to illuminate how artists tied closely to the gallery’s program think about the three-dimensional object.