John Mills At Rosamund Felsen Gallery

John Mills At Rosamund Felsen Gallery

John MillsJohn Mills’ recent exhibition at Rosamund Felsen Gallery is compositionally complex and visually challenging. As the title suggests, High On Signs represents the artist’s…
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Jeff Koons Mega Mansion Construction Annoys Neighbors

Jeff Koons Mega Mansion Construction Annoys Neighbors

New York Post Art star Jeff Koons triumphantly opened a massive retrospective at the Whitney this week, the museum’s last before it moves downtown.But less than…
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Jeffrey Deitch to team up with Grammy Museum

Jeffrey Deitch to team up with Grammy Museum

Wall Street JournalThe Los Angeles-basedGrammy Museum is beginning to raise money for a traveling EDM exhibit that it plans to curate in partnership with art dealer…
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John Tottenham at Maloney Fine Art

John Tottenham at Maloney Fine Art

John TottenhamJohn Tottenham, who regularly graces Artillery’s pages with his near orgasmic wit and verbal subterfuge, is a fantastic artist, though in typical self-deprecating style,…
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Ryan Trecartin, Center Jenny, 2013

Ryan Trecartin Reaches for the Supporting Stars

DARK STAR

If you have not seen Ryan Trecartin’s videos, imagine flipping at break-neck speed through 500 channels of reality TV contestants in garish makeup reading random…
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Vengeful Landlord Triples Rent on Santa Monica Museum of Art

Vengeful Landlord Triples Rent on Santa Monica Museum of Art

Curbed LAEveryone knows by now that rents across Los Angeles are shooting up wildly, but the story with the nonprofit Santa Monica Museum of Art at Bergamot Art Stationis…
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Eye-catching: The Strain

Return of the Vile Vampire

Bloodthirsty summer tube viewing

And the vampire pendulum swings back to another extreme: vile, wretched, diseased and genocidal. The FX channel is due to air The Strain this July…
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Koi No Yokan II at 101 Exhibit

Koi No Yokan II at 101 Exhibit

Koi No Yokan IIImagine meeting someone, and knowing that you will one day fall madly in love with that person, and you have mastered the…
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Lygia Clark (Brazilian, 1920–1988) in her studio, Rio de Janeiro, c. 1950s. Courtesy Associação Cultural “O Mundo de Lygia Clark,” Rio de Janeiro

Altered States: Lygia Clark

at Museum of Modern Art, New York

“The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988” at MoMA  showcases more than 300 pieces by the groundbreaking Brazilian artist Lygia Clark whose ultimate emphasis was on the…
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CIA facial software uncovers the artist Francis Bacon – in drag

CIA facial software uncovers the artist Francis Bacon – in drag

The GuardianA photograph in a Guardian article about Soho photographer John Deakin has been revealed as a picture of artist Francis Bacon in drag. However,…
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Giuseppe’s Factory

Giuseppe’s Factory

Giuseppe Makes a Movie, directed by Adam Rifkin at LA Film Festival

Celebrity can be problematic. In fact, celebrity is one of the most poisonous influences on individual and collective human psychology at work in contemporary society,…
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Luke Butler at Charlie James Gallery

Luke Butler at Charlie James Gallery

Luke ButlerI can see Luke Butler hanging out with Montgomery Clift and Liz Taylor, sipping daiquiris by the lake-house with not a care in the…
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Materially Defined at CMay Gallery

Materially Defined at CMay Gallery

Materially Defined All art has corporeal form, and must be “made” of something, and in the case of “Materially Defined,” at CMay Gallery, the literal materials…
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