A Circle Does Not Have An End: Budapest-based Luca Sára Rózsa is in Los Angeles

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Steve Turner is pleased to present A Circle Does Not Have An End, a solo exhibition by Budapest-based Luca Sára Rózsa which features recent paintings and a ceramic relief with compositions inspired by Christian iconography that depict enigmatic figures that are bathing, embracing, nurturing or resting. According to the artist, the people are living their lives in silent resignation, and they represent the eternal life cycle. The ceramic relief and one of the paintings depict a mother breastfeeding her baby alluding to the inevitable passage of life from one generation to the next. The paintings are also very much about painting itself as Rózsa has developed a briskly intuitive painterly skill where lush brush strokes intersect and overlap in quick succession in…

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