Edgar Varela Fine Arts presents the work of:
“The Great Mess” in Los Angeles
March 13 – 30, 2008
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 13, 6 – 10 pm, during the Downtown Artwalk

Continental Gallery
408 S. Spring Street., Los Angeles, CA 90013
(corner of Spring and 4th)
Edgar Varela, 213-494-7608
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(l.) “Berlin Fence”, 2007, oil on canvas.
(r.) “Former East Berlin Post Office”, 2007, oil on canvas.

Edgar Varela Fine Arts is pleased to present “The Great Mess in Los Angeles, an exhibition of new works by Clemens Wolf. This is the artist's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The Exhibit is co-curated by Gemma Sonego and hosted by Phantom Galleries L.A.

Clemens Wolf

Born in Vienna, Wolf has taken many of his influences from his home city and from his travels to Berlin, Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Tokyo. His latest body of work explores the post-industrial surroundings of these cities and more specifically the remains of industrial uses and the fences that surround them. His work explores the modern landscapes that make up the industrialized world as a testament of the times. His work evokes a classic feel that gives certain permanence to the work in his large-scale paintings.

Edgar Varela Fine Arts is dedicated to bringing new and exiting emerging artists to the spotlight. EVFA has a showroom space located on Alameda Street between 5th Street and 6th Street at the corner with Palmetto Street. Parking is located in front of the building and on the surrounding street. The gallery space is open by appointment only other than the day of the opening. For more information call Edgar Varela at 213-494-7608, e-mail at or visit

Phantom Galleries LA - To learn more about Phantom Galleries LA, please contact Liza Simone at 213-626-2854 or visit

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