Jordie Oetken, Untitled (Teeth), 2017. Courtesy of the artist and Kopeikin Gallery.

Kopeikin Gallery:

Belt Friction

Curated by artist and photographer Arden Surdam, “Belt Friction,” the current group exhibition at Kopeikin Gallery, explores themes about the complexities of touch and categorizations…
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The Formaldehyde Trip. Photo: Ben Gibbs

The Formaldehyde Trip at The Broad

Naomi Rincón Gallardo's Sci-Fi Performance

Traversing pre-history, Mesoamerican cosmology, and sexually free interplanetary-futurism, The Formaldehyde Trip, a live performance with video and songs, creates alternate realms for the overlooked casualties…
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Analia Saban, "Folds and Faults," installation view. © Analia Saban. Courtesy Sprüth Magers.

Sprüth Magers:

Analia Saban

The strategic manipulation and disorientation of material: concrete, paper, ink, and fiber, link the four distinct series displayed in Analia Saban’s “Folds and Faults.” As…
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Star Montana, Sandra, 2017, © Star Montana, courtesy of the artist and the Main Museum, photo by Elon Schoenholz

Star Montana

The Main Museum / Los Angeles

In exquisite large-scale photographs, figures of hope, variously tinged with the pain of day-to-day reality, exude optimism, gazing upward and confidently looking straight at the…
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EJ Hill, The Necessary Reconditioning of the Highly Deserving, 2017, installation view, ©EJ Hill, courtesy of the artist and Commonwealth and Council, photo by Ruben Diaz.

EJ Hill

Commonwealth & Council

Emblazoned in cursive neon light, the affirming phrase “we deserve to see ourselves elevated, as well as grounded” guides EJ Hill’s installation of objects and…
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