Thomas Downings | UTA Artist Space

by BJ Panda

UTA Artist Space is debuting its very first series of ‘Artist Spotlights’ featuring paintings from Thomas Downing’s collection from 1960-1979. The collection will be on view from now until Friday, September 14.

 

UTA is known for showcasing art by globally recognized talent while also focusing on the Los Angeles arts scene. In this exhibit specifically, Thomas Downings’ work is highlighted as he explores relationships between space, color and shape. You can often see Downings’ include geometric patterns such as triangles and circles in his work signifying multiple meanings such as movement, elevation and the effects of structure and color.

Downings’ work has been seen in the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Norton Simon Museum and this San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Now, Angelenos can get a first hand look at the pieces that made Downing. 

Thomas Downings view through Friday, September 14th

UTA Artist Space 403 Foothill Rd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

 


Written by Allyson Borunda

Photos Courtesy of UTA Artist Space