Inside “Thomas Linder – Strangers”

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Solo exhibition in Los Angeles for artist Thomas Linder with a series of paintings on cowhide.

Here is a look at” Strangers.”


Inspired by neon signs esthetic, the artist combines material and visual. He uses cowhide to paint different images, like a chicken, a fish, or a cowboy. The installation is colorful, and this new visual is engaging.

About the artist

In 2020, L.A.-based artist Thomas Linder started his series of oil on cowhides. His work is inspired by a moment of “Pareidolia.”  Pareidolia is the perception of familiar objects or patterns within natural forms. For example, when you see a meaningful image while looking at the clouds. This experience encouraged him to mix materials and images.

Ready to visit this exhibit?

*COVID-19 update as of July 2021*

– Please wear a mask and practice a physical distance of 6 feet between yourself and others

– Please check L.A County’s health and safety protocols before your visit

Plan your visit:

  • Exhibit on view from June 26th – August 1st, 2021
  • Location: Over the Influence, 833 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles CA 90013
  • Hours: 11 am – 6 pm Tuesday-Sunday.
  • Admission: Free.
  • Duration: I spent 30 minutes discovering it  
  • Parking: unmetered street parking and paid parking lot
  • More information available at

Article based on my visit in July 2021

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