Gagosian Nathaniel Mary Quinn


Nathaniel Mary Quinn

At first glance and from afar, Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s imagery appears to be photo-collage, but upon close viewing, the works are actually painted. What immediately…
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Betty Woodman, Venus #7- Homey, 2014, courtesy David Kordansky Gallery

Betty Woodman

David Kordansky Gallery

No conversation about the history of ceramics in art, especially about works created by female artists, would be complete without mention of Betty Woodman. The…
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Ann Weber, Happiest Days of Our Lives #18-21, 2018, Courtesy of Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco

Ann Weber

Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco

When Ann Weber began working on her current series of monumental sculptures made from recycled cardboard, vitriolic rhetoric about constructing a border wall dominated the…
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María Berrío.Anemochory, 2019, courtesy Kohn Gallery

María Berrío

Kohn Gallery

Born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1982, María Berrío moved to the U.S. at the age of 18. Childhood recollections of exploring her family’s rural mountainside…
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Sarah Lucas, Au Naturel, 1994, ©Sarah Lucas, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London

Sarah Lucas

Hammer Museum

“Well-behaved women seldom make history,” asserted historian, Harvard professor, and Pulitzer Prize winner Laurel Thatcher Ulrich in the 1970s about why women who act in…
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Gustavo Acosta, Trophy, 2019, courtesy of Latin American Masters

Gustavo Acosta

Latin American Masters

Gustavo Acosta is a Cuban-born, Miami-based painter whose skillful renderings of the urban landscape merge various techniques of paint application. In his latest works, realistic…
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Javier Peláez, Broken Tree #7, 2019, courtesy William Turner Gallery

Javier Peláez

William Turner Gallery

It feels like Javier Peláez is working through something, the kind of profound human experience whose emotions formulate universal psychological archetypes. In a series of…
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Genevieve Gaignard, Ladybirds (I’m a Robin), 2019, courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles, photo by Robert Wedemeyer

Genevieve Gaignard

Vielmetter Los Angeles

It is not Genevieve Gaignard’s brazen truths, stinging though they are, but her subtle pricks that linger worryingly— Remember This House (2019) places a portrait…
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Brandon Landers, The Joys, 2019, courtesy M+B

Brandon Landers


In Brandon Landers’ debut solo exhibition at M+B, the Bakersfield-based, LA-born and raised artist delivers a collection of expressionistic and loosely narrative paintings that draw…
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Installation view, ‘David Hammons’, Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, 2019

David Hammons

Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

David Hammons, an infamously reclusive yet pervasive figure, is undoubtedly a pioneer and solidified staple of the art world. His thought-provoking work permeates the visual…
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Tony Conrad, Retrospective, installation view (2019) courtesy The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania.


ICA / Philadelphia

“Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective” is the first large-scale museum survey devoted to work originally presented by the artist in his museum and gallery exhibitions….
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Rabbia Sukkarieh, DARKEVENTWHITEHORIZON, installation view  with Untitled, 2016, in foreground, photo by CSUSB Michael Moody, courtesy Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art.


Robert & Frances Fullerton Museum Of Art / San Bernardino

Lebanon-born, Los Angeles-based painter and sculptor Rabbia Sukkarieh regards her art as a means of transmuting a traumatic past. Having experienced the 1975–90 Lebanese Civil…
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Chiachio & Giannone, Family in six colors #2 / Familia a seis colores #2 (2018) courtesy of the artists and MOLAA.


MOLAA / Long Beach

Argentine artists Leo Chiachio and Daniel Giannone who together form the duo Chiachio & Giannone were painters at one point in their careers. Their combined…
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Reich Richter Pärt, Live performance installation, images ©Gerhard Richter (2019) photo by Stephanie Berger, courtesy The Shed.


The Shed / New York

Joy, transformation, transcendence—all lofty goals of early abstract expressionism—are exalted in the present tense at The Shed in the world premiere collaboration of three major…
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James Benning, after Missouri Pettwa (2019) courtesy the artist and MCA Santa Barbara.


MCA Santa Barbara

Milwaukee-bred, California-based filmmaker James Benning’s current exhibit at MCASB is nothing less than a brilliant baklava of America, a solemn layering of the country’s heartbreaking…
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Alan Rath, U.S.A. 123 (1992) collection of Tom Patchett, courtesy San Jose ICA.


San Jose ICA

Ever since man created robots, there have arisen ethical and moral questions regarding when and how they should be used. Isaac Asimov created the concept…
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