Sarah Cromarty

Sarah Cromarty

“WISHFUL THINKIN’,” the title of Sarah Cromarty‘s show at Klowden Mann, indicates its tenor of hope against hope. Cromarty layers cardboard, digital prints, paint, glitter,…
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Simone Gad, Marianne Faithfull with Victorian (2006 – 2018). Photo by Ezrha Jean Black.

Tieken Gallery:

Simone Gad, Barry Gordon, Gus Harper

There is something delicious about the commingling of delight and horror, or really any opposition of sensations pushed to their extremes:  confectionary sweetness with an…
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A Smashing Show

A Smashing Show

Ron Arad at Over the Influence

The LA gallery scene was stacked with quite the line-up for openings this weekend, making it difficult to decipher which to hit and which to…
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William Lamson

William Lamson

Channeling Death Valley into downtown LA, William Lamson has transformed Make Room into “Badwater,” an ecologically themed installation as poetically evocative as it is scientifically…
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Installation view of Lari Pittman, “Portraits of Textiles & Portraits of Humans” at Regen Projects, Los Angeles. September 15 – October 27, 2018. Photo: Brian Forrest, Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles

Regen Projects:

Lari Pittman

Positing achievements in the decorative arts as a viable window into any culture’s zeitgeist, Lari Pittman takes his flair for generating psychosocial motifs to a…
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photo by Andrew Moore at Kopeikin Gallery

Revving up the Art Season

Culver City galleries; SoLA; Gabba Gallery

Every September, the art scene really revs up—not that summer was slow. But after Labor Day, art exhibitions heat up as the evenings cool down….
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Robert Yarber

Robert Yarber

Robert Yarber‘s spellbinding nocturnal realms feel at once familiar and otherworldly. Each of his paintings is far weirder than the sum of its parts, with…
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Ichiro Irie, Impermanence 1 (2017). Permanent marker and white acrylic on canvas, 80 x 48 inches.

University of La Verne Harris Gallery:

Ichiro Irie and Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia

“Secrets for the Moon” at University of La Verne’s Harris Gallery unites two artists, Ichiro Irie and Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia. Each employs quotidian materials to…
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Ciriza opening performance

Shall We Dance?

Closing reception of Young Joon Kwak at LACE

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions closed their summer residency of CAVERNOUS: Young Joon Kwak & Mutant Salon on the last Sunday of August, having nothing fall…
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Akunnittinni

Akunnittinni

Prints and drawings by three generations of Inuit women offer a fascinating glimpse into remote Canadian Arctic life at the Armory Center for the Arts….
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Artist Yayoi Kusama drawing in KUSAMA - INFINITY. © Tokyo Lee Productions, Inc. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.

FILM: “Kusama Infinity”

    Who said being an artist was easy?  Today Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is known as the top-selling woman artist in the world, but…
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Gary Simmons: Fade to Black at the California African American Museum. Photo: Brian Forrest

CAAM:

Gary Simmons

There she is, as if alive. She is haunting and haunted; a Hollywood Miss Havisham in her crumbling mansion. She was once a real person,…
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