Concrete, rebar, plaster, produce netting, ink
60 x 36 x 60" [HxWxD] (152.4 x 91.44 x 152.4 cm)
20% of the proceeds from the sale of Evelia’s works will be donated to benefit the L.A. Art Workers Relief Fund.
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Evelia Magallon is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the delicate peculiarities of organic life within contemporary modes of construction and decay. Often working with materials like concrete, plaster, refuse, plants and found elements, she creates objects which speak to each other in a common, if broken vernacular, existing in the spaces between piles of rubble and dust. There is usually some tethered moment of familiarly, grounding the work despite its amorphous, questioning nature.
Evelia graduated from the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture with a BA in Fine Art in 2014. Most recently she has shown at Tin Flats (strap your hands across my engine, 2018 group show), LBCC Art Gallery and performed in the Terrain Biennial.