Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky

Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky

LACMA

What can I say that hasn’t already been said about two of the greatest artists in history, except that Van Gogh and Kandinsky, not to…
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Neoist Vandalizes Jeff Koons Retrospective

Neoist Vandalizes Jeff Koons Retrospective

Hyperallergic A man briefly disrupted the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney Museum this afternoon, splashing his own blood in the shape of an X and signing…
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Norton Wisdom, Shana Nys Dambrot, Osceola Refetoff

PERFORM CHINATOWN 2014: Chaos Reigns!

Curated by Doug Harvey, Lee Lynch, Paige Wery, July 26, 2014

“L.A.’S 6TH ANNUAL SHOWCASE OF PERFORMANCE ART Curated by: DOUG HARVEY, LEE LYNCH, PAIGE WERY, AND THE GALLERIES OF CHINATOWN July 26, 2014 Photos by…
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Marie Thibeault, Relic #3, 2014

Draftpunk

Autonomie Projects

I overheard a student of mine say “Nobody uses pencils anymore. They are just so old school.” This made me very sad until I saw…
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Promotesh Das Pulak, ENCAPSULATED

Readymade at Aicon Gallery

Aicon Gallery / New York

Aicon Gallery’s first solo exhibition in New York of contemporary art from Bangladesh is off to a good start. Tilted “Readymade,” which consists of work…
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Untitled, 1968

John Altoon

LACMA

Regarding John Altoon—all I can say is GO TO LACMA NOW and see Altoon’s stunning, inspiring first major retrospective. Altoon was a visionary, but more…
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Nancy Popp, Installation view, 2014

Nancy Popp at Klowden Mann

Klowden Mann / Los Angeles

Nancy Popp’s current solo exhibition at Klowden Mann, closing on August 9th, is the perfect exhibition to attend if you are not sure whether or…
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