Embassy is pleased to present Night in the Diamond Cut, a solo exhibition by Lauren Satlowski. Satlowski’s new works on paper employ characters that unabashedly celebrate their innate femininity while simultaneously calling the body into crisis. These archetypes —both girlish and aged– materialize and retreat through the staining and crystallization of watercolor and ink.  Color acts as a parasitic force, possessing and destabilizing the figure's physical reality. A coercive relationship emerges, feeding a cycle of presence and absence. Lauren Satlowski is a painter, photographer and object maker working in Los Angeles.  In 2013, she received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA from Wayne State University in 2009. Her work has been presented in group exhibitions in Los Angeles and New York and a solo exhibition in 2014 at Wasserman Projects, Detroit. This is her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.    OPENING RECEPTION Saturday Feb 11, 2017 7:00 - 10:00 ON VIEW Feb 11 - Mar 18, 2017 Saturdays 1:00 - 4:00 or by appointment

Embassy is pleased to present Night in the Diamond Cut, a solo exhibition by Lauren Satlowski.

Satlowski’s new works on paper employ characters that unabashedly celebrate their innate femininity while simultaneously calling the body into crisis. These archetypes —both girlish and aged– materialize and retreat through the staining and crystallization of watercolor and ink. 

Color acts as a parasitic force, possessing and destabilizing the figure's physical reality. A coercive relationship emerges, feeding a cycle of presence and absence.

Lauren Satlowski is a painter, photographer and object maker working in Los Angeles.  In 2013, she received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA from Wayne State University in 2009. Her work has been presented in group exhibitions in Los Angeles and New York and a solo exhibition in 2014 at Wasserman Projects, Detroit. This is her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. 

 

OPENING RECEPTION
Saturday Feb 11, 2017
7:00 - 10:00

ON VIEW
Feb 11 - Mar 18, 2017
Saturdays
1:00 - 4:00
or by appointment