Dean Byington, Reconstruction (2017), courtesy of the artist and Kohn Gallery.

Kohn Gallery:

Dean Byington

Simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar, utopian and dystopian, Dean Byington’s complex canvases are the result of a meticulously refined process that is both digital and analog. Byington begins…
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Thompson & Craighead, Apocolypse, 2016, ©Thompson & Craighead, courtesy of the artists, Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, London, and Young Projects

Thomson & Craighead

Young Projects

Wake Me Up When It’s Over is a compelling and timely installation featuring selected works from 1998–2016 by the London-based duo Thomson & Craighead. Jon…
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Dean Monogenis, Long Gone (2017), courtesy of the artist and Walter Maciel Gallery.

Walter Maciel Gallery:

Dean Monogenis

Dean Monogenis destroyed nine paintings putting them on display in a work entitled Black Hole. Feeling the need to purge, Monogenis selected older pieces from the gallery’s…
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Nathan Redwood, Untitled, 2016 ©Nathan Redwood, courtesy of Jaus Gallery, Los Angeles.

Nathan Redwood

Jaus Gallery

Unexpected Portrait (2016) is a large-scale acrylic-on-canvas painting where a long tube-shaped orange line with dark edges glides across the work defining a cartoon-like head…
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Erika Rothenberg, Don’t Go Alone, 1992, ©Erika Rothenberg, courtesy of the artist and Charlie James Gallery, photo by Michael Underwood

Erika Rothenberg

Charlie James Gallery

Erika Rothenberg’s “House of Cards” is as timely now as it was when it was first shown in 1992. In our changing political climate, Rothenberg’s…
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Diamond Sea (still), 1997, ©Doug Aitken, courtesy of The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles.

Looking At Doug Aitken

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

Exiting Electric Earth, Doug Aitken’s immersive, multichannel narrative installation first presented in 1999 and immediately confronting Twilight (2016), an eerie, translucent ghost-like freestanding replica of…
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Timothy Paul Myers in collaboration with Andrew Barnes, The Living Room, 2016, ©Timothy Paul Myers & Andrew Barnes, courtesy of Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles.

Barry Anderson, Timothy Paul Myers, Andrew Barnes

Walter Maciel Gallery

Constructed spaces, both virtual and actual, link the works of Barry Anderson and Timothy Paul Myers (in collaboration with Andrew Barnes). In the front galleries,…
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Carmen Argote, Brincolin, 2016, ©Carmen Argote, courtesy of Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles.

Carmen Argote

Shulamit Nazarian Gallery / Los Angeles

Carmen Argote is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist who works directly in response to particular locations. Last year, she created a site- specific installation at…
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Aimée García, Burbujas (Bubbles), 2016

Aimée García

Couturier Gallery / Los Angeles

Like many Cuban artists, Aimée García has learned how to avoid censorship while still communicating her message and ideas. In García’s current body of work…
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