Lydia Emily “Bound” at Garboushian Gallery

Lydia Emily “Bound” at Garboushian Gallery

“Opening Receptionat Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills Saturday, May 17, 2014 http://www.garboushian.com/index.php” From Lydia Emily “Bound”. Posted by Artillery Magazine on 5/27/2014 (9 items) Evan…
Read Article →
Rachel Lauren Kaster at Gallery 825

Rachel Lauren Kaster at Gallery 825

Rachel Lauren KasterRachel Kaster creates startlingly effective visual conversations between seemingly disparate objects including glass, found wood and bronze. Many of Kaster’s visual relationships depend…
Read Article →
Jamie Scholnick's Redesigned, Repurposed, Re- everythinged, installation view, at CB1 Gallery

Jaime Scholnick: Redesigned, Repurposed, Re-everythinged

at CB1 Gallery Los Angeles

The first object one encounters upon entering Jaime Scholnick’s exhibition at CB1 Gallery is Redesigned, Repurposed, Re-everythinged (2014), a computer numerical control-milled walnut sculpture replica…
Read Article →
Ai Weiwei (Chinese, b. 1957). Colored Vases, 2007‒10. Han Dynasty vases and industrial paint, dimensions variable. Courtesy of Ai Weiwei Studio. Installation view of Ai Weiwei: According to What? at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., 2012. Photo by Cathy Carver

Ai Weiwei: According to What?

at the Brooklyn Museum

“Ai Weiwei: According to What?” at the Brooklyn Museum opens the parameters for making and defining art by referencing contemporary China and the artist’s struggles…
Read Article →
Night Terrors And Day Dreams at The Loft at Liz’s

Night Terrors And Day Dreams at The Loft at Liz’s

Night Terrors And Day Dreams  Edgar Allen Poe, the undisputed master of darkness once said, “Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which…
Read Article →
Mike Kelley, Pagan Michigan, April 2009

GUEST LECTURE: Mike Kelley

March/April 2009; Volume 3, Issue 4

Mike Kelley participated in our Guest Lecture series by providing this spread that he designed specifically for the centerfold of our March/April issue of 2009….
Read Article →
Whitney’s Cliteracy Rate to be Tested

Whitney’s Cliteracy Rate to be Tested

The GuardianSophia Wallace is a Brooklyn-based conceptual artist and photographer. Through mixed media, images and video, her work looks at constructions of gender, race and sex….
Read Article →
Mary Weatherford at David Kordansky Gallery

Mary Weatherford at David Kordansky Gallery

Mary Weatherford Mary Weatherford’s first exhibition at David Kordansky finds its roots in the powerful gestural mark making of artists like Helen Frankenthaler and Joan Mitchell….
Read Article →
Maura Bendett at Edward Cella Art + Architecture

Maura Bendett at Edward Cella Art + Architecture

Maura Bendettat Edward Cella Art + Architecture In this her newest exhibition at Edward Cella, aptly titled “Vespid Empire,” Maura Bendett has hit the ball…
Read Article →
Pacific Standard Surreal – A wish list

Pacific Standard Surreal – A wish list

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA; the must-see; the hot mess; and coping with climate change

The big news yesterday was The Getty’s roll-out of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.  (And you thought they were going to just let go of that…
Read Article →
The Un-Private Collection: Jeff Koons and John Waters

The Un-Private Collection: Jeff Koons and John Waters

Orpheum Theater Los Angeles

“An art talk co-presented by The Broad museum and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles’s ALOUD series and held at the Orpheum Theatre on Tuesday,…
Read Article →
Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

May/June 2014

Dear Readers, The biggest art news in Los Angeles today is the arrival of MOCA’s new director, Philippe Vergne, whom staff writer Ezrha Jean Black…
Read Article →
Philippe Vergne, Photo by Peter Gregoire, courtesy MOCA

To Protect & Serve: Philippe Vergne

New director Philippe Vergne relies on conversations and trust

The word he kept returning to was “conversation,” which, under less pressing circumstances, might have described our interview, except that Philippe Vergne, MOCA’s new director,…
Read Article →