If you are in LA don’t miss Devon Tsuno’s Reclaimed Water show at Art Merge Lab. The American artist is known for his use of striking, bold and graphic colors. Reclaimed Water centers around an installation of the artist’s colorful wallpaper work, depicting abstracted patterns based on water streams and currents. Over the artist wallpaper are hung black and white works by Tsuno in acrylic and spray paint that further delve into water conservation, reclamation and recreation. The show documents the always-precarious issue of water in the city. Focused on the few bodies of water this arid region has to offer, such as the Los Angeles River, now fed by reclaimed sewage water, Tsuno explores the “man-made nature” of this desert city, and the way our natural waterways, reservoirs and water recreation areas have been used, re-imagined, and contested over time. You have time to go and visit these amazing works until November 7!