Artist: Susan Logoreci
Terminal 1, Arrivals
Artist Susan Logoreci creates drawings of contemporary urban landscapes. Her art explores themes of uncertainty and optimism within our cities. When viewing her artworks up close, every individual window and roof that makes up a city is visible. From a distance, you see an intricate grid that is as much planned and stable as it is fragile and disordered. The organic, handmade aesthetic gives viewers a new perspective on their city and the chance to see it as an outgrowth of our human nature: a large, ongoing project, built by many, shared by all.
Susan Logoreci’s artworks have been featured in Art in America, the Los Angeles Times and Harper's Magazine as well as many other periodicals. She has drawings in collections including the U.S. State Department, City National Bank, Creative Artist's Agency, Hilton and Marriott Hotels, and in several law firms and urban design firms. Logoreci has completed public art commissions for the Los Angeles Metro on the Expo Line and at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA. She has lived and worked in Los Angeles for 20 years.
Photos courtesy of Panic Studio LA.