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Susan Logoreci: Downtown #2, colored pencil on paper, 4’ x 6’ 2006

Susan Logoreci: Infill Fill In
February 16 – May 17, 2012

“Cities are large projects that shrink and grow over many generations. It’s easy for the individual to feel small, as if we are at the mercy of history, politics and disasters; natural or otherwise. However, for better or worse, we crate cities together and these manufactured spaces are where life happens in its fastest and boldest forms; possibility and dread, hope and disappointment, invention and destruction. My drawings call attention to these differences, awakening people to the contrast and possibilities in their cities and themselves”.

Susan Logoreci was born in Monterey, CA. She earned a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA from California State University Long Beach. Her work has been featured in Art in America, Harper’s Magazine and Mcsweeney’s Quarterly Concern. Her drawings have been collected by Creative Artist’s Agency, City National Bank and the U.S. State Department among others. She has exhibited in the United States and abroad.She lives and works in Los Angeles.

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