Gallery Rounds

Richard Telles Fine Art:

Brendan Fowler

Brendan Fowler is interested in the relationship between photography and material culture, and his works transform photographic images into something ...
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Egyptian Art & Antiques:

Lena Wolek

Lena Wolek's "Arbitraitor's Clauset" is clever in title and use of space. Arriving at her installation in the diminutive exhibition ...
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JoAnne Artman Gallery:

John “CRASH” Matos

The graffiti artist John Crash Matos, known simply as Crash, started spray-painting buildings and trains in New York City in ...
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Blair Saxon-Hill

In Blair Saxon-Hill's installation to no ending except ourselves (2016), wall and floor based sculptures fashioned from discarded and broken ...
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MAMA Gallery:

Jordan Sullivan

Jordan Sullivan’s “The Divine Nothing” is clearly an indulgence in color and aesthetics, and it isn’t a bad thing. Sullivan’s ...
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Fowler Museum:

Belkis Ayón

“Nkame,” the Belkis Ayón retrospective at the Fowler Museum, comprised of 43 collography prints, is about the Abakuá, an all-male ...
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Anat Ebgi:

Ethan Cook

Currently on display at Culver City’s Anat Ebgi gallery are the familiar, yet intriguing color field paintings of Texas-born, New ...
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Hammer Museum:

Simone Leigh

Simone Leigh’s small but impactful show of new work at the Hammer Museum probes the construction of the black female ...
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Matthew Marks Gallery:

Paul Sietsema

Paul Sietsema's works have an aesthetic and intellectual dimensionality and the path through his exhibition is an invitation to put ...
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Peter Blake Gallery:

Helen Pashgian

If you missed this artist’s 2014 “Light Invisible” installation at LACMA, “Golden Ratio,” a new show at Peter Blake Gallery ...
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Linnea Kniaz

"A Noiseless Patient Spider" at Vacancy is an experimental mix of sculpture, painting, assemblage, and installation. It’s surprising for a ...
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Night Gallery:

Cara Benedetto and Christine Wang

“Please recall the name Medea,” asks the narrator in the opening minutes of Cara Benedetto’s video currently on view at ...
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