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Kara Joslyn


It’s Never Too Late for Lucy, 2021

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

60 x 25 inches


 

I Promise Not to Sell All Your Perfume Secrets (Scentless Apprentice), 2021

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

38 x 33 inches


 

The Upside of Her Hell (Bozo Ode), 2022

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

72 x 40 inches


 

The one-armed man comes into the flower shop and says: What flower expresses "days go by—and they just keep going by, endlessly pulling you into the future?'' And the florist says: White Lily, 2022

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

33 x 23 inches


 

Trickster, 2019

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

60 x 36 inches


 

Fist Heart / Mighty Dawn Dart, 2020

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas

38 x 33 inches


 

I had a slight Diversion but I’m back I’m back I’m back I’m back (the present), 2021

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

72 x 60 inches


 

Never Listen to the Demon at the Crossroads, 2022

acrylic and polymer automotive paint on canvas panel

72 x 60 inches


 

KARA JOSLYN (b. San Diego, California) has held solo exhibitions such as This Is Hardcore at Perrotin, New York; Mirror Window Door at M+B Gallery, Los Angeles; and Dandy in the Underworld at BOZOMAG, Los Angeles. Her solo exhibition Tragic Kingdom was an Artforum Critic’s Pick in 2019. Selected group exhibitions include Hot Concrete: LA to HK at WOAW Gallery, K11 MUSEA, Hong Kong; Bad Girls, curated by Gaelle Alexis, at Wallspace, Dubai; Second Smile at The Hole, New York; and Process at The Barrick Museum, Las Vegas. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, and The Barrick Museum in Las Vegas. She earned her MFA from University of California, San Diego, in 2016, where she was the nominee for the Robert Motherwell Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture and was awarded the MFA Graduate Teaching Fellowship. She completed her post baccalaureate studies in painting at Columbia University School of the Arts, New York, and her BFA at California College of the Arts, San Francisco. Kara Joslyn lives and works in Los Angeles.




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