Los Angeles

Vincent Lamouroux, Vincent Lamouroux’s Projection: A call to notice yourself through a deep reflection of what we presently face
Emily Kramer |

    Coming upon Vincent Lamouroux’s white washed building is like finding the perfect black dress. It looks great during the day, accessorized by a casual blue sky and also transitions well to night, the …

in: Focus on the West Coast
Pierre Huyghe at LACMA Los Angeles Pierre Huyghe at LACMA: Unexpected Pleasures and Disappoinments
Olivia Fales |

To naysayers of contemporary art, Pierre Huyghe’s retrospective at LACMA is bound to be the last straw. To an open mind, it will have a positively jostling impact. Huyghe’s body of work is as contemporary …

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Carole Bayer Sager, William Turner Gallery Candy and other delectables at William Turner Gallery
Olivia Fales |

Right, more abstract paintings. That’s what Carole Bayer Sager’s new work makes you think; but not for long: when viewed up close they look fuzzy— even messy. But at a distance, they assume a level of …

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William Dailey, the Good Luck Gallery, Los Angeles Old and Curious Books from the Collection of William Dailey. The Good Luck Gallery, Los Angeles
Droste Effect |

Throughout the month of September the Good Luck Gallery reinvented itself as a bookstore, focusing on the collector as artist. Old and Curious Books from the collection of William Dailey displays a selection from the …

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Samara Golden, Hammer Museum, Make Something of Yourself. Made in L.A. 2014
Emily Kramer |

“If you are committed to love, courage, magic, fearless adventuring into the unknown, and continuous expansion for all on this earth and beyond, please take a booklet.”  The invitation from artist Jennifer Moon is written …

in: Focus on the West Coast
John Altoon, LACMA John Altoon: Little-known giant, now at LACMA
Olivia Fales |

The work of John Altoon is anything but innocuous, yet its playfulness can lead you to think otherwise. His paintings and works on paper burst with color; his ink drawings sizzle. Looking at Altoon’s work …

in: Focus on the West Coast
Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Craft in America Center Contemporary glass at Craft in America Center
Olivia Fales |

The popular notion of glass-as-ornament loses ground at the Craft in America Center, where their current exhibition of studio glass, Seeing Into It: Messages in Glass, is on view through the end of June. Featuring the work …

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Jiehao Su, Actual Size China’s land, sea, and sky. In Search Of Home by Jiehao Su at Actual Size LA
Olivia Fales |

It’s no accident that the Roman poet Ovid began the Metamorphoses, his epic poem of change and unrest, with the creation and arrangement of land, sea, and sky—artists of all stripes are drawn to transformations, …

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Redfoxpress & Antic-Ham, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA Books, books everywhere. LA Art Book Fair 2014
Olivia Fales |

You’d think a gathering of hip and beautiful people might verge on pretentious, but the LA Art Book Fair was a cliché-trumper. A colorful scene flooded the galleries of The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA with …

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Corrie Siegel, Los Angeles-wide Navigating our geographies, with Corrie Siegel by our side
Olivia Fales |

Corrie Siegel is more than an LA-based artist; she is a communities-based artist. Her multidisciplinary exhibition, Star Tours, drives this forward: a nomadic initiative, the project ventures to unite visitors with Los Angeles’ diverse landscape– …

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HomeLA, Eagle Rock There’s No Place Like Home: One Collective’s Take on Suburban Solace
Emily Kramer |

As private site-specific dance performances go, the ones produced by Rebecca Bruno’s HomeLA are pretty special. The last installment (in Highland Park) featured six pieces showed at both dawn and dusk of the same day, …

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Alexander Calder, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Alexander Calder: He lets sculpture breathe
Olivia Fales |

Alexander Calder will make you think twice about air currents. They are the unseen forces that propel his mobile sculptures, whimsical feats of engineering in which abstract bodies of shape and line draw attention to …

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