Alic Brock’s Copped And Screwed Portraits @ The Cabin, Los Angeles

Alic Brock's Copped And Screwed Portraits @ The Cabin, Los Angeles
We’ve been enjoying all these compact, intimate presentations that La Brea Artist Residency has been putting together at The Cabin in LA, so we couldn’t pass on sharing their most recent show by the Atlanta-based artist Alic Brock. Invited by the residency founder Danny First to spend January enjoying the California winter while making new work, the artist used this opportunity to create a strong new body of work that is currently exhibited at this unique venue.

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