Christina Catherine Martinez speaks with Esther Kim Varet about VSF’s new Hollywood location and the legacy of The Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven- a Dadaist artist whose work is currently on view as part of the group exhibition Artificial Complexion- for Smashbox Studios’ blog The Hype:
“…Such features bring a bit of the louche, mid-century avant garde sensibility from VSF’s former Venice Beach home to this stretch of Highland Avenue, host to an increasingly dense array of significant contemporary galleries (including Regen Projects, Michael Kohn Gallery, Gavlak Gallery and Hannah Hoffman). ‘There’s been this row of amazing and supportive galleries’ Varet says of the move, ‘and we’re honored to be with them. It’s synergistic.’”
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