Mark Steven Greenfield: Lookin' Back in Front of Me | This marks the first time Greenfield's work can be viewed in the context of his artistic development through 40 years of his life in Los Angeles (1974-2014), displaying the full extent of his achievements. It presents the wide-range of Greenfield's diverse artistic production, from traditional drawing and watercolor on paper, acrylic on canvas and collage/assemblage, to lenticular photography, manufactured embroidery, and mixed-media with plastics. It also includes his more recent explorations of video/animation and installation work.
The exhibition's name is derived from the West African principle of sankofa, which teaches individuals to go back to their roots, in order to move forward. The show explores a variety of styles, topics, and approaches that consistently inform what is to come.