LA///FIRST LOOK: AARON ROSE’S “BORN TO CRY” AT ECHO PARK’S HOPE GALLERY
Artist, musician, vintage clothes horse, and curator AARON ROSE—best known for his traveling genre show “Beautiful Losers”—is no stranger to tears. With a band called The Sads, it comes as no surprise that his current show of painted objects—his first solo exhibition since 1992—should be called “Born to Cry.” Installed at Echo Park’s promising HOPE GALLERY, the show sees Rose’s Mexican art influences channeled on the surfaces of a diverse array of stuff, from guitars, chairs, and suitcases to table lamps and tables themselves. Color is key in Rose’s work, and the palette here radiates warmth, belying the sorrowful messaging (ie: “Too many teardrops for one heart”) of his slogan-driven work. Affordable as the day is long, it’s the perfect show to crack open the wallet at to bring a dose of much-needed color into the house in these trying times. HAVE A LOOK:
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