OPENING THIS FRIDAY...
Fresh off the phenomenal success of his Lucid Stead project in Joshua Tree (CLICK HERE for images, video & information) , Phillip K Smith, III opens an exhibition of recent works. Drawing upon the ideas of projected and reflected light, he has created a series of sculptures that find inspiration in the reductive logic of minimalism and the optic sensation of California's Light and Space movement. Smith's innovation and exploitation of new technologies keeps these ideologies current.
Friday, November 29, 2013 5-8 p.m.
royale projects: contemporary art
73190 El Paseo
Palm Desert CA 92260
ALSO ON VIEW...
GUSTAVO GODOY: fast-formal metal constructions
(opening reception: Friday novemebr 1 2013 5:00 -8:00pm)
Sophisticated metal sculptures, allude to the brevity of futurism and the transcendence of minimalism. The improvised nature and humble materials of Godoy's work rejects the rigid formality of his architectural studies and embraces the resourcefulness of his Mexican-American heritage.
Godoy has exhibited at the Wexner Center for the Arts, The Ohio State University, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL. This month he debuts monumental public works in the City of West Hollywood.