Sabrina Gschwandtner, Hands at Work IV (2017). 16mm polyester film, polyester thread, lithography ink, 47 x 70.5 in. Courtesy of the artist and Shoshana Wayne Gallery. Photo: Joshua White.

Shoshana Wayne Gallery:

Sabrina Gschwandtner

Sabrina Gschwandtner’s second solo exhibition at Shoshana Wayne Gallery continues her exploration into intricate quilting motifs, expanding on her already complex imagery with the addition…
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Seth Kaufman, "Please," installation view, courtesy of the artist.

The Situation Room:

Seth Kaufman

Seth Kaufman has made a startling new body of work, and has transitioned from sculpture to photography as effortlessly as a caterpillar transitions into a…
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Cole Case, Vista Del Mar Nocturne (2016), courtesy of the artist and Chimento Contemporary.

Chimento Contemporary:

Cole Case

Cole Case is a man obsessed with: airplanes, the night sky, palm trees, runways, depopulated public spaces and his own private plethora of nostalgic memorabilia….
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Dave Tourje, Soul Code 03 (The Rebel Dreams in Blue), 2016, mixed media on acrylic glass, 36 x 48 inches.

Dave Tourje

Maverick Mindset at Work

The famous physicist Richard Feynman once said, “Men should study hard what interests them in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible.” Dave Tourje…
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Martin Durazo, The Alchemists, 2016

Tigeraugen (Tiger Eyes) Martin Durazo and Kottie Paloma

Jaus Gallery

In their recent collaborative exhibition, Martin Durazo and Kottie Paloma have created a dialogue that is both socially conscious and willfully playful. Durazo’s raw canvas…
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Artaud, 2016, © Elliott Hundley, Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

Elliott Hundley

Regen Projects

Elliott Hundley’s fourth exhibition at Regen Projects once again takes its narrative cue from literature, specifically Antonin Artaud’s play, There Is No More Firmament, also…
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Plastron, 2010

Marc Fichou

Chimento Contemporary

Imagine being able to chart the interior of someone’s brain—to witness ideas as they begin to take shape between ecstatically firing neurons. This is “intermedial”…
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Social, 2016

Paco Pomet

Richard Heller Gallery

Paco Pomet’s newest paintings on view at Richard Heller Gallery are unusually wondrous and gorgeously rendered. Drawing from a surrealist impulse, these works celebrate the…
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1984, 2016

Delicious Taste (Grant Levy-Doolittle & Bruce Yonemoto)

c.nichols project

Technology is always suspect, even in its pleasurableness. We love to hate it, yet we rely on it arguably to the point of our own…
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Dirk Braeckman

Dirk Braeckman


Dirk Braeckman’s photographs celebrate the passing moment. Images that we are all too familiar with yet often take for granted, are laid bare in exquisite…
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Ed Ruscha’s Every Building on the Sunset Strip #01, 2016

Amy Park

Kopeikin Gallery

New York-based artist Amy Park, in her second solo show at Kopeikin Gallery has reproduced, in intimate and gorgeously rendered watercolors, Ed Ruscha’s 1966 seminal…
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Maura Bendett, White Reindeer Antlers, 2016

TRI (…ed) Revisting TRI Gallery

Wilding Cran Gallery

Artist Rory Devine has organized a perfectly exquisite gem of a show at Wilding Cran Gallery. One that revisits—with much celebratory aplomb—the artists who once…
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Detail from Public Secrets, 2016

Abel Alejandre

Coagula Curatorial

Abel Alejandre’s meticulously crafted charcoal drawings address the complexities of the human experience with eloquence and power. “Public Secrets” represents an amalgam of acrylic paintings…
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Deveron Richard

Deveron Richard

The Good Luck Gallery / Chinatown

Sometimes “outsider” artists are really not that far outside, though they may indeed be “far out” in content and imagination. Deveron Richard, whose first exhibition…
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ClaudiaParducci, Murrah Building Rope Drawing 2, 2015, image courtesy of the artist and Ochi Projects.

Claudia Parducci

Ochi Projects / Los Angeles

“The Space Between Us,” Claudia Parducci’s first solo exhibition at Ochi Projects, represents the artist’s commitment to understanding and investigating the darkest sides of human…
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The Wedge, 2016

Jimi Gleason

Jimi Gleason’s newest body of work on view at William Turner Gallery almost seem like painterly mirrors reflecting the artist’s continued investigation into materiality and…
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