Fawn Rogers, I Love You And That Makes Me God (2017). Screen grab. Courtesy the artist.

Empathy Through Technology: Re-examining Vulnerability

Young Projects/Los Angeles

The ​ ​provocation​ ​of​ ​vulnerability​ ​has​ ​long​ ​been​ ​a​ ​mainstay​ ​of​ ​impactful​ ​art.​ ​Video​ ​and​ ​film media,​ ​given​ ​their​ ​reliance​ ​on​ ​the​ ​staging​ ​of​ ​exposure​…
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Marc Horrowitz, Ding. The Elevator Opens, 2015, courtesy of Mark Horowitz studio and Depart Foundation.

Marc Horowitz

Depart Foundation / Los Angeles

Humor is often a neglected muse in the production of fine art. Seldom is it thought of as a legitimate field of cultural inquiry or…
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Jen DeNike Thriller, 2015, from upcoming project "If She Hollers."

All-Female Cast

Gallery focuses on women-only shows for one year

This September, LA gallerist Anat Ebgi launched an unheard of exhibition program committed to featuring only female artists for an entire year: a concerted effort…
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Alan Manuel Gonzalez. Amenaza Perpetua. 35 x 59.5 in. Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of Lois Lambert Gallery

Straight From Cuba

Alan Manuel Gonzalez, Darwin Estacio Martinez, and Luis Rodriguez NOA at Lois Lambert

“Straight from Cuba” at Lois Lambert Gallery, is an unexpectedly compelling exhibition. To subsist as a contemporary artist in present-day Cuba is no small feat….
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