I Don't Own An Alarm Clock, 2014

Jason McLean

Wilding Cran Gallery

First of all, soda and gardeners don’t usually go together; that’s not to say that all gardeners must abstain from soda or that soda doesn’t…
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Blue Boogaloo, 2014

Monique Prieto

LAM Gallery

Monique Prieto’s newest exhibition aptly titled Hat Dance, on view at the brand new LAM Gallery on Highland Avenue, charts like the banned Mexican dance…
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Hunter Jonakin, “Möran: Modular Moraine Maker - Conceptual Art for the Masses” (2014)

HIKE, HACK / HIC et NUNC

XPO Gallery at Paris

I was generally sympathetic to the examination of remote machinic vision on display at XPO Gallery, with their presentation of a Brooklyn-heavy group show that…
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David LaChapelle, Jesus is My Homeboy -Footwash  at Vogelsang Gallery

Top Ten Pieces at the LA Art Show

The opening night of the LA Art Show offered the usual enticements—free food and drink, opportunities for schmoozing and networking, celebrity-gawking—but it also happened to…
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Max Presneill

Garboushian Gallery

Max Presneill has broken through to the “other side” and by this I do not mean he’s cavorting with spirits, but simply that he has…
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Akira Yoshizawa

Akira Yoshizawa

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Cybill Shepherd/Phone Sex, 1992

Robert Heinecken Object Matter

Hammer Museum

Robert Heinecken was truly obsessed with modern culture and all its sometimes unfortunate and always ubiquitous vicissitudes. Using a wide range of materials including photography,…
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Kohl King, Christian Tedeschi

Western Project

11-years Anniversary Group Show

“11-Years Anniversary Group Show” From Western Project. Posted by Artillery Magazine on 1/07/2015 (11 items) Kohl King, Christian TedeschiMargaret Griffith John Weston Samantha Fields Carole…
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Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

January/February 2015

Dear Readers    Happy New Year! We start off 2015 with a survey of Asian art. I’ve been wanting to cover contemporary Asian art for quite…
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