In the summertime

Cooling Off at the Coolest Pool Party

Paul Davies installation at Fitzpatrick-Leland house, sponsored by Mak Center

The aroma of gourmet hot dogs and the hum of pretentious gossip lured us to the Fitzpatrick-Leland house last Saturday, where the MAK Center for…
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Salon Americano Audience

Peter Saul: Fake News with Lolita Cros

at Hôtel Americano Salon Americano

New York, New York, June 27th, 2017: Hôtel Americano’s Salon Americano featured renowned artist, widely referred to as one of the “father’s of pop art”…
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Vernacular Environments, Part 1, installation view, courtesy of Edward Cella Art + Architecture.

Edward Cella:

Vernacular Environments, Part 1

Exploring the dialectic relationship between environments—both built and natural—and the figures that occupy those spaces, “Vernacular Environments, Part 1” brings to light the complexities and…
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Jibade-Khalil Huffman

Now More Than Always

Denver Artist Taylor Balkissoon Curates Gallerist Bedroom

When Hannah Black wrote in her open letter to the Whitney Biennial curators “it is not acceptable for a white person to transmute Black suffering…
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Opening night crowd

Very Appropriate

Opening night at Robert Berman Gallery

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Kembra Pfahler

Warhol Icon Happening

Wild Times at The Broad's Summer Happenings

It feels like last summer was a long time ago. What with a year filled with electoral rage politics, acquitted police shootings of black people,…
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Run River North

USC Pacific Asia Museum Gala

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Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Space

Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Space

Hammer Museum

There’s a scene in Paul Greengrass’s 2007 film The Bourne Ultimatum when former CIA operative Jason Bourne/Matt Damon kills a Moroccan man named “Desh” using…
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Jazz in the Summertime Feels so Correct

Jazz in the Summertime Feels so Correct

MOCA Music Series

What I was expecting: an elaborate installation that would marry musical acts with the Geffen’s front area in an interesting and artistic way. What I…
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Kristen Morgin, There's No Need To Fear (2017), graphite on Post-It notes with fan, 102 x 144 inches, courtesy of the artist and Marc Selwyn Fine Art. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer.

Marc Selwyn Fine Art:

Kristen Morgin

Kristen Morgin’s recent works at Marc Selwyn Fine Art break all the rules, and Los Angeles, the city she’s called home for over 30 years,…
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Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian, Part 2

Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian, Part 2

Artist/Fan Masami Teraoka and the Island of Dreams

Click Here for Part 1. Art Star and painter Masami Teraoka conceived of a collaboration with Russian performance collective Pussy Riot. These words document their…
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Broken Language Installation, Courtesy Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles

Broken Language

Shulamit Nazarian

A black rain cloud hangs at the doorstep of Shulamit Nazarian’s compelling group show, “Broken Language.” The rain cloud—No Pressure (2016) by Wendy White—is a…
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Lara Salmon getting inked

Eternal Messages to The Middle East

Irrational Exhibits 10th Anniversary: Mapping the Divide at LACE

Saturday afternoon provided a steady viewing of the last glimpses of “Irrational Exhibits 10th Anniversary: Mapping the Divide” curated by Deborah Oliver, with a  closing…
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