*UPDATE: We regret to inform that this program has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Los Angeles–based artist Silke Otto-Knapp is known for luminous watercolor-on-canvas paintings rendered in a black, gray, and silver palette. Her subjects have included botanic gardens, L.A. cityscapes, Las Vegas hotels, Busby Berkeley musicals, women artists, and avant-garde stage designs. Otto-Knapp, associate professor of painting and drawing in UCLA’s Department of Art, speaks about the work of R. H. Quaytman as part of MOCA’s Artists on Artists series.
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