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Susan Logoreci

There is Always More for People Like You

April 19th to June 7, 2008

(Show extended to June 28)

Opening reception:
April 19th, 5-7 p.m.

Los Angeles Times Review

Prices reflect those at the time of exhibition- not the current market value. For current value, go the artist page.



Previous Exhibitions

2012

NARCISSISM, THE REAL, THE FAKE AND THE ANTI-DIGITAL IMPULSE

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: OPEN NETWORK

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: THE VISITATION

2011

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: LIVIN' L.A.

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: NOW AND THEN

INSIDE/OUTSIDE: STATES OF BEING

SUSAN LOGORECI, JAMES GRIFFIOEN AND DENNIS OPPENHEIM

2010

JONAS WOOD: PRINTS

CRAIG KAUFFMAN:
WORKS ON PAPER RETROSPECTIVE

REMIX JULY 2010

GILLIAN THEOBALD:
NEW PAINTINGS


2009

NATHANIEL DE LARGE
at large

THE AWFUL PARENTHESIS
CURATED BY
ARAM MOSHAYEDI

VENICE/VENICE
JOHN BALDESSARI AND
 BRUCE NAUMAN


NO SHOES ON THE CARPET

JAY BOLOTIN: THE JACKLEG TESTAMENT: PART ONE: JACK & EVE

CHARLOTTE F. SMITH

2008

JEDD GARRET:
WONDEROUS ORBS OF LIFE


COSMOS FACTORY
CURATED BY
BRAD EBERHARD

SUMMER COOL

SUSAN LOGORECI
THERE IS ALWAYS
MORE FOR PEOPLE
LIKE YOU


MARK GOLAMCO
CLOAK AND CANDLE
 

VIJA CELMINS

2007

ALL HUMAN ACTIONS
CURATED BY

DAWN KASPER

NIGHT BLOOMS
CURATED BY
MARK GOLAMCO


JUSTIN MOORE: TIME MACHINES & PARANOID LANDSCAPES

STRODE & WILDER

WORKS ON PAPER

2006

NAIVE SET THEORY
CURATED BY CATHERINE TAFT 

SUSAN LOGORECI: AREAS OF INTEREST

SUPERSIZE PRINTS

QUIVER

HEATHER BROWN-
JACOB HALEVY-JONAS WOOD

THE LATEST FICTION

2005

FINE LINE

GILLIAN THEOBALD "ELEMENTS"

THE PICTURE I CARRY IN MY HEAD
CURATED BY
TERRI PHILLIPS

DIMITRI KOZYREV

JJ VILLARD

SUSAN LOGORECI

2004

ELAINE BRADFORD

JUSTIN MOORE - "GENESIS"

PLAY-GALLERY FOR STILL AND MOTION PICTURES AT CIRRUS

ARBORETUM

MARGO VICTOR "MVG TESTS"

JACOB DYRENFORTH "ROMANTIC COMEDY" AND "EVERY GUITAR MOVE"

MARK BRADFORD MONOPRINTS

"CRAZY THOUGHTS HAVE QUICK WINGS"
CURATED BY
EVE WOOD

2003

DIMITRI KOZYREV "JOURNEY'S II

PAINTING BY LETTERS

ROSS BLECKNER "PATHWAYS"

DANIEL BRANDELY "ALAMEDA DANCE"

"RECESS"
CURATED BY DAN BAYLES

"IN THE SHADOW OF SUMMMER BLISS"
CURATED BY JUSTIN MOORE AND JEAN MILANT

"SERIES"

"SELECTED GRAPHICS" LOPEZ COLLECTION

"DRAWINGS" DIMITRI KOZYREV

2002

MAGGIE LOWE TENNESEN

SALOMON HUERTA

ED RUSCHA "COUNTRY CITISCAPES"

JUSTIN MOORE

FLATLINE

DIMITRI KOZYREV

2001

RICHARD BAKER

"GILLIAN THEOBALD"

"l*AND*sc*APE"
CURATED BY GEORGE RAGGETT

"AUXILIARY SETTINGS"
CURATED BY STEVEN CRIQUE AND JEAN MILANT

2000

"VIJA CELMINS"

NEW PRINTS BY
JOAN NELSON AND 
CERAMICS BY ROGER HERMAN

"Past and New Prints"

1999

"GILLIAN THEOBALD"

"STEVEN CRIQUI"

"JERRY BRANE"

"GUY DE COINTET"

More information about previous exhibitions at Cirrus will be added to our website in the near future.

Prices in red are sold

Cirrus Gallery is pleased to present There is Always More For People Like You, the third exhibition of drawings by Susan Logoreci . Logoreci continues to explore dense, urban landscapes from an aerial perspective. Her large scale drawings are rendered in colored pencil. The ebullient gesture of the line and saturated color suggest a cheerful and joyous mood, but simultaneously an uneasy tension forms.

Crowded cities shift and slide in an organic way that betrays their manmade appeal, undisciplined shapes and lines create streets that tilt and bend.

We are told that our cities are unsafe, and perhaps they are. Some of the cities depicted in this show have been attacked and the attacks have made seemingly indelible marks on our collective psyches. But, they are also prosperous places that, like an evolving creature, depict the best of us, while trying to veil the worst.

Various cities depicted are Washington DC, New York, Mexico City, London and Los Angeles. These cities are places where many live in relative comfort, yet where there are underlying concerns that threaten this easy way of life. Titles such as Central Park (Ye Know Not the Hour Nor the Day), and Washington D.C. (Water the Fruit Trees, Not the Thorns), are borrowed from Christian and Islamic religious texts. The titles allude to a religious perspective that many have sought solace in (for better or worse), during the uneasy times that we are told that we live in.

There is Always More For People Like You, more joy,  more prosperity, more development, more fear, more space, more work, more anxiety, more hope. The pleasure of abundance brings the fear of loss.

In the project room, Susan’s brother, Thomas Logoreci, presents a short film entitled 9/10.  Inspired by a letter written for two fellow filmmakers, it is a subjective meditation on the violent history of the 20th century at the dawn of the 21st. Thomas Logoreci is a writer, director, and producer who has worked on several independent films, including I Am a Sex Addict (IFC Film) and A Day’s Work, which was recently shown at SXSW Film Festival. He attended film school at UCLA and currently resides in San Francisco.

Loss of Gravity
2007
048-07-SL
Colored pencil on paper
24" x 48"
sold
Central Park (Ye Know Not the Day Nor the Hour)
2008
050-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
4' x 10'
$12,000
Los Angeles/Mexico City (Let's Meet in the Middle)
2008
051-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
4' x 7'
sold
Mexico City (Boundaries)
2008
053-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
18" x 24"
$2,400
Washington D.C. (Water the Fruit Trees, not the Thorns)
2008
052-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
46" x 84"
sold
New York London
2007
041-07-SL
Colored pencil on paper
24" x 17"
$2,400
Central London
2007
042-07-SL
Colored pencil on paper
12" x 10"
$1,200
Lovely Destruction
2007
049-07-SL
Colored pencil on paper
24" x 48"
$3,500
Wall Street (What We Think, We Become)
2008
056-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
22" x 30"
sold
Central Park (Latitude/
Longitude)

2008
055-08-SL
Colored pencil on
paper
18" x 24"
$2,500
Rodeo Drive
(And the Street of the City Was Pure Gold, Like Transparent Glass)

2008
054-08-SL
Colored pencil on paper
22" x 30"
sold
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