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October 4 - December 1

New art alert: Three works from Yolanda González’s experimental series, Metamorphosis, have been installed in the LINE LA lobby. We’re proud to house these three important works in collaboration with the Museum of Latin American Art (@molaa.art) and Bermudez Projects of Los Angeles (@bermudezprojects).

Exploring the simplicity and intensity of monochromatic materials, the works in Metamorphosis reflect the artist’s transformation and reinvention of herself. Void of any bright colors — “What would happen if you took away the color of a Chicana artist?” González asked — or figurative representation, they are raw, visceral expressions of soul. Borne of death, the paintings deal with love, loss, anger, grief, and acceptance.


Yolanda González (b. 1964, @yolandagonzalezart) is a Southern California-based artist who was born into a family of artists. With an artistic heritage dating back to 1877, González is a fourth-generation creative known for her bold, unrestrained brushstrokes layered with texture and mixed media. Having studied at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, González’s intention is to create images that spark imagination and incite emotions. González’s works have been exhibited in museum shows, including the Hammer Museum, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, the Japanese American National Museum, the Diego Rivera Museum in Mexico City, and the Vincent Price Art Museum. González’s works are held in private and public collections, including the AltaMed Art Collection and the Museum of Latin American Art.

The installation will be on display in the LINE LA lobby through December 1st, 2022.

picture of big trees at the time of sunset

los angeles

Picture of street light with an old monument


Picture of the decorative balcony with chairs and plant in the evening


A new building seen from the street

San Francisco

Los Angeles
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