Noah Davis, a Los Angeles painter and installation artist known for tension-filled scenes of isolated figures and for establishing the Underground Museum, an important artist-run space in Arlington Heights, has died. He was 32.
The artist, who became a significant art world presence over a short career — his work has appeared in institutional collections, and the Underground Museum recently established a unique curatorial partnership with L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art — died Saturday at home in Ojai, according to Sarah Stifler, a MOCA representative.
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