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Art Aragon Golden Boy Bail Bonds, color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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The Green Bug (2010), color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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Deville Motel Downtown Los Angeles (2002), color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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Southern Gents Private Club (South Central Los Angeles) (2002), color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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New York Hostel Kitchen (2003), color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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LA artist Vincent Johnson
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Miami Beach Public Telephone (2014), color photograph by Vincent Johnson
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Figueroa Hotel Parking Sign (2013), color photograph by Vincent Johnson

Welcome to the 2015 summer exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist and writer Vincent Johnson at Johnson Road Projects in Los Angeles. Vincent Johnson received his MFA in Painting and Critical Theory from Art Center College of Design. His work has been exhibited in major institutions in the U.S., Germany, Canada and Portugal. His work have been sold in art fairs in Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Portland. Johnson’s works have been reviewed in Artforum, Art in America, the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Vincent Johnson most recently presented his research on Belgian Congo copal painting media at Theaster Gates Black Artist Retreat [B.A.R] in Chicago. Johnson also recently interviewed artist William Pope L. at his nine part exhibition at MOCA in Los Angeles for FROG magazine.

This thematic exhibition is curated from the artist’s extensive body of works and is based solely upon the presence of the colors red/or green and/or yellow being found in the works. The exhibition includes both photographs and paintings that engage and capture iconic objects found in the American urban landscape. Each work appears to embody one of the three primary colors named in the exhibition’s title. The exhibition provides exposure to the works of these artists across the span of three months; additional works will be added to the exhibition over the duration of the show.