Jason Meadows, Justice League, 2011. Powder-coated aluminum, steel, and hardware, 103 x 78 x 74 in.

Jason Meadows

Los Angeles

Marc Foxx

Now hitting mid-career and mid-stride, Jason Meadows is a sculptor’s sculptor who often invokes the lexicon of 20th-century Modernism with his skilled choreography of volumes and materials while emphatically embracing a postmodern love of cultural pastiche. Never one to work on automatic, Meadows (one of the generation of L.A. sculptors who studied under Charles Ray at UCLA’s graduate program in the 1990s) spaces his shows several years apart; his recent exhibition featured three large sculptures and a wall-mounted piece. …see the entire review in the print version of July/August’s Sculpture magazine.