Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad
You Can Teach an Old Zebra New Tricks
August 7 - September 12, 2015
1010 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Here we see, the zebra has a new trick up her sleeve. While old friends are seen from the outside only, new friends mingle and meet inside - showcasing new and familiar marks and strokes. Form and fantasy come to the forefront with practicality thrown to the wayside. You can look but you cannot sit. You can also roll your view up and down, according to your shifting moods and tastes. Anything goes but don’t expect the moves to be easy.
M.L & E.S
Los Angeles, 2015
Margaret Lee (b. 1980) and Emily Sundblad (b. 1977) live and work in New York. Both artists have organized and exhibited work at numerous venues domestically and internationally. Lee founded the artist-run space 179 Canal and is currently a partner in the gallery 47 Canal. Sundblad is the founder and director of Reena Spaulings Fine Art. “You Can Teach an Old Zebra New Tricks” is the second collaborative project for the artists, the first being “Für die Kinder Düsseldorfs” at Off Vendome in Düsseldorf in 2013.