Go See Joe Sola's Live Painted Horse On View At Tif Sigfrids Gallery in Los Angeles

Tif Sigfrids presents A Painted Horse by Joe Sola (with Matthew Chambers, Sayre Gomez, Rudy K. Slobeck, and others). This is Joe Sola’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. For this show, Sola explores the use of everyday materials and techniques common to contemporary animal grooming practices and presents us with a painted miniature horse. Originally bred as pets for nobility in the 17th century and known to be amongst the rare species of animals in King Louis XIV’s menagerie at Versailles, Sola embraces the animal’s potential for visual pleasure and transposes an abstract language onto this rather unconventional painting surface. With palatial images in mind, the artist will transform the gallery to resemble the dining room of a prosperous collector of contemporary art. Surrounded by walls adorned with new works by Matthew Chambers. Sayre Gomez, and Rudy K. Slobeck, Riba, the painted horse, will roam freely as if at home. Don't worry, the horse is very well taken care of. Only four visitors at a time will be permitted into the gallery to view the exhibition. Visit the Tif Sigfrids website to learn how to make an appointment.