Feminist Latinx Performance Art

Feminist Latinx Performance Art

En Cuatro Patas at The Broad

On Thursday, May 24, the Broad Museum was infiltrated by a coven of four Latinx she-monsters wearing wigs on their faces, jeans tossed around their…
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Laurie Nye; Mindy Shapero

Laurie Nye; Mindy Shapero

Two shows at The Pit delineate visionary worlds of wacky flourish and dazzling variegation. “Venusian Weather,” the title of Laurie Nye‘s show, suggests the second…
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Marilyn Minter, Big Mouth (2017). Enamel on metal, 96 x 156 inches. © Marilyn Minter, Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

Regen Projects:

Marilyn Minter

Like many modern women, Marilyn Minter has a complicated relationship with beauty. Both her personal feelings and her luminous artworks are fraught with contempt and…
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GREEN WITHOUT ENVY

GREEN WITHOUT ENVY

The Green Themed Art Show at Garage Gallery

The color green has had many connotations throughout history: Pope Innocent III declared it the official Church color for the “ordinary time” between holy days;…
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painting by Lauren Holland

Lively Openings & Arty Haircuts

KP Projects; FOCA, Launch Gallery, Keystone Art Space

A wide range of lively openings dotted the city this past weekend, including openings at Launch and KP Projects on La Brea, the closing of…
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Kamol Tassananchalee

Kamol Tassananchalee

Eastern concepts meld with Western painting methods in Thai artist Kamol Tassananchalee‘s mystical abstractions currently on view at LA Artcore. This transnational painter, who maintains…
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Lisa Anne Auerbach, Take This Knitting Machine and Shove It, 2009. Inkjet print. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

ArtCenter:

This is Not a Selfie

The larger than life-size, amber toned image of the German artist Joseph Beuys appears to be marching out of the gallery, striding forward towards us….
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Eduardo Carrillo

Eduardo Carrillo

“Testament of the Spirit” at Pasadena Museum of California Art encompasses over 60 paintings that Eduardo Carrillo (1937-1997) produced over a 40-year period. While traversing…
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Mark Bradford (left) and Henry Taylor

After Henry – or Thanks Be to Mark

Benefit Brunch at ICA honoring Henry Taylor

As Karen Finley wisely counseled me some years ago, an excess of gratitude can strike you dumb (or simply annoyed speechless), which is never a…
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Folkert de Jong, FEMEN Picasso (2017), courtesy of the artist and DENK Gallery.

DENK:

Nathan Redwood, Folkert de Jong

Nathan Redwood and Folkert de Jong’s tandem solo exhibits at DENK, which feature Redwood’s paintings on walls surrounding de Jong’s floor sculptures, integrate the two…
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Hilary Pecis, South Glendale Blvd., 2018

Vision Valley, An Effortless Cool Factor

Brand Library Art Center and The Pit

I was going to make fun of The Pit’s group show “Vision Valley” at the Brand Library for being a “biennial,”  since everything is a…
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Mark Bradford; Geta Brătescu; Louise Bourgeois

Mark Bradford; Geta Brătescu; Louise Bourgeois

A diverse trio of shows by significant artists is soon to close at Hauser & Wirth. If you haven’t attended, and only have time to…
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Mark Ruwedel, Arroyo Seco #10 (2015), courtesy of the artist and Gallery Luisotti.

Gallery Luisotti:

Mark Ruwedel

In today’s media saturated world, exhibitions of beautifully printed, small-scale, black and white photographs tend to fall through the cracks. As Mark Ruwedel proves in “Rivers…
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Fred Tieken's work

A Feast For Your Eyes

Durden and Ray, Chinatown galleries, Ark Gallery

Tasty art offered a feast for viewers’ eyes everywhere in LA this weekend. At the Korean Cultural Center, art collective Durden and Ray offered a…
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