Tim Forcum, No way back to here, 2016

Western Project @ Jaus Gallery

Western Project, formerly a brick-and-mortar gallery in Culver City, now puts on pop-up shows in and around Los Angeles. Their most recent migrated to Jaus…
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boychild Takes Us Higher During Hong Kong Art Week

boychild Takes Us Higher During Hong Kong Art Week

Last week we found ourselves navigating the rainy streets of Hong Kong’s Mid-levels on a Wednesday night en route to Emergency Party hosted by ArtReviewAsia,…
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Untitled I, 2015

Lester Monzon

Lester Monzon’s second solo exhibition with Mark Moore Gallery is titled “SI VIS PACEM PARA BELLUM,” which translates to “If you want peace, prepare for…
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John Muir at Steve Turner.

The Weekend Keeps on Going: Highland Openings plus Kim Abeles

Rosenstein, Turner, Kohn and POST

Why is there never nothing to do in the Los Angeles art world? We were hoping for a quiet weekend, but there were just too…
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Alex Israel/Bret Easton Ellis

Alex Israel/Bret Easton Ellis

Pre-Oscar opening at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills

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Destroy All Punk

Destroy All Punk

Son of Punk To Burn Multi-Million Pound Collection Of Sex Pistols Memorabilia

Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s son, Joe Corré, has issued a press release stating his plans to burn his £5 million punk memorabilia collection in…
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Devon Tsuono, Invasive Horticulture (Los Angeles River), 2015

SECOND WAVE: Aesthetics of the ’80s in Today’s Contemporary Art

Interview with Curator Jennifer Frias

It’s not every day that a public university art museum, outside the Hammer Museum, features an amazing show with cutting-edge artists. So when I saw…
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Stephanie Pryor, Crow Jane, 2015

Stephanie Pryor and David McDonald

Stephanie Pryor’s work continues to evolve and resonate in both the abstract and narrative realm. This most recent suite of paintings are exquisitely lush and…
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