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20130316131639-o REVIEW from Sixty Inches From Center: Color Bind: The MCA Collection in Black in White   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Richard Artschwager, Louise Bourgeois, Adam Brooks, Marlene Dumas, Félix González-Torres, Barbara Kruger, Glen Ligon, Raymond Pettibon, Howardena Pindell, Ad Reinhardt, Kara Walker at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) November 10th, 2012 - April 28th, 2013
Posted 3/16/13

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Curator Naomi Beckwith’s latest exhibition, Color Bind: The MCA Collection in Black and White, currently on view through April 28, is a dynamic and engaging mix of works from the MCA’s collection. Conceived from the examination of the formal, conceptual and sociopolitical ideas associated with the colors of black and white, the exhibition provides viewers with the opportunity to reflect upon their own attitudes toward and notions of these contrapositive shades.... [more]

20100823144611-blumandpoe-endlessbummer Endless Picture Industry   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Justin Beal, Billy Al Bengston, Scott Benzel, Gil Blank, Jennifer Bornstein, Carol Bove, Cameron, Anne Collier, R. Crumb, Lucy Dodd, Sam Durant, Roe Ethridge, Amy Granat, Guyton\Walker, Drew Heitzler, Ed Kienholz, Margaret Kilgallen, Nate Lowman, John McCracken, Adam McEwen, Aleksandra Mir, Dave Muller, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Phillips, Amanda Ross-Ho, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Reena Spaulings, Vincent Szarek, Christopher Williams at Blum & Poe July 3rd, 2010 - August 28th, 2010
Posted 8/23/10

Review also includes “Picture Industry (Goodbye to All That).” Organized by Walead Beshty at Regen Projects. Both of these artist-curated, large group shows gather an impressive all-my-cool-friends and heavy-hitters list of players and both claim, in their statements, to be in large part organized in response to an ambivalent experience or conflicted impression of Los Angeles as a formative urban, cultural context. Both shows are full of really good individual works. Couched in terms of Adorno... [more]

Dissolve-logo Was There Art Before Video?  
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Robert Breer, Paul Chan, Martha Colburn, Thomas Demand, Brent Green, George Griffin, Bill T. Jones & OpenEnded Group, Ezra Johnson, Mary Reid Kelley, William Kentridge, Avish Khebrehzadeh, Laleh Khorramian, Maria Lassnig, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Joshua Mosley, Oscar Muñoz, Jacco Olivier, Raymond Pettibon, Robert Pruitt, Christine Rebet, Lotte Reiniger, Robin Rhode, Hiraki Sawa, Berni Searle, Cindy Sherman, Federico Solmi, Dziga Vertov, Kara Walker at SITE Santa Fe June 20th, 2010 - January 2nd, 2011
Posted 7/26/10

The 2010 SITE biennial opened with the press conference, curators spoke about the exhibition, using words like "quintessential," and "magical."  My expectations for the 2010 biennial grew.  Raising questions about our physical bodies in relation to the advent of technology, the curators call on historical and theatrical references while focusing on the handcraft of video.  Of course, handmade and video seem to be a contradiction in terms, especially from the viewpoint of the famed philosopher Wa... [more]

Dissolve-logo Was There Art Before Video?  
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Robert Breer, Paul Chan, Martha Colburn, Thomas Demand, Brent Green, George Griffin, Bill T. Jones & OpenEnded Group, Ezra Johnson, Mary Reid Kelley, William Kentridge, Avish Khebrehzadeh, Laleh Khorramian, Maria Lassnig, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Joshua Mosley, Oscar Muñoz, Jacco Olivier, Raymond Pettibon, Robert Pruitt, Christine Rebet, Lotte Reiniger, Robin Rhode, Hiraki Sawa, Berni Searle, Cindy Sherman, Federico Solmi, Dziga Vertov, Kara Walker at SITE Santa Fe June 20th, 2010 - January 2nd, 2011
Posted 7/26/10

The 2010 SITE biennial opened with the press conference, curators spoke about the exhibition, using words like "quintessential," and "magical."  My expectations for the 2010 biennial grew.  Raising questions about our physical bodies in relation to the advent of technology, the curators call on historical and theatrical references while focusing on the handcraft of video.  Of curse, handmade and video seem to be a contradiction in terms, especially from the viewpoint of the famed philosopher Wa... [more]

Blade_runner_poster More Human Than Human   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Eleanor Antin, Jennifer Bornstein, Juan Capistran, Bruce Conner, Rodney Graham, Colter Jacobsen, Tim Lee, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Kristen Morgin, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Allen Ruppersberg, Mark Soo, Ron Terada, Mario Garcia Torres, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace, James Welling at CCA Wattis Institute January 19th, 2010 - April 10th, 2010
Posted 3/8/10

      Empathy, he once had decided, must be limited to herbivores or anyhow ominvores who could depart from a meat diet. Because, ultimately, the empathic gift blurred the boundaries between hunter and victim, between the successful and the defeated.   Science fiction is an art of prophecy, a process of historicizing the present, a reflection of an ongoing present as past, and a refraction of future permutations. The imaginary, symbolic, and real become interwoven through a proce... [more]

A Conversation with Raymond Pettibon  
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2/23/10

Venice, CA, 2009: An inveterate punk, aesthetically and politically, the contemporary art world has adopted Raymond Pettibon, LA’s native son for any number of polemics, exhibitions, and critiques. And for good reason, the iconic work of his pen and ink drawings capture a epic range of human emotion and experience that's distinctly dark, literary, and American. Besides the official art beatification, it’s his work, usually as drawings gracing the covers of Black Flag records, that many young arti... [more]

Expo1__574 Livestrong in Art   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Rosson Crow, Jules de Balincourt, Dzine, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, KAWS, Geoff McFetridge, Barry McGee, Jin Meyerson, Yoshitomo Nara, Catherine Opie, JOSE PARLA, Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Kenny Scharf, Taryn Simon, Eric White, Robert Wilson, Christopher Wool at Galerie Perrotin - Turenne July 16th, 2009 - August 8th, 2009
Posted 7/25/09

Lance Armstrong launches a global art exhibition and sale that provides a new way to support the Lance Armstrong Foundation and its LIVESTRONG™ Global Cancer Campaign. “Stages” brings together close to 30 of the world’s most creative and diverse artists to create original works of art inspired by Armstrong and his mission to raise awareness of the global cancer burden. This unique project brings together the world of art, philanthropy and sport, in a way never before seen, to create... [more]

6a00d8341c630a53ef011570f68a94970b-pi Raymond Pettibon and Yoshua at the Armory Center for the Arts   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Yoshua Okon, Raymond Pettibon at Armory Center for the Arts May 23rd, 2009 - August 31st, 2009
Posted 6/29/09

Raymond Pettibon and Yoshua Okon work together seamlessly. Hipnostasis, their collaborative installation at the Armory, is a one-minded project. Yet it’s more opaque than work I’ve seen either artist do on his own. Pettibon’s raw scrawl is there without its pop-infused narrative and Okon’s unpretentious social commentary has become mythological.I first saw Hipnostasis through a chain-link gate. I had to ask to be let in, and while I know the gate exists to secure the video monitors, I still thin... [more]

411_927258001218480905 Artist Books   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Francis Alÿs, Giovanni Anselmo, Lars Arrhenius, Darren Bader, John Baldessari, Lothar Baumgarten, IAIN BAXTER&, Thomas Bayrle, Larry Bell, Dara Birnbaum, Marcel Broodthaers, Fernando Bryce, Luca Buvoli, John Cage, Sophie Calle, Merlin Carpenter, Matthew Chambers, Shaoxiong Chen, Larry Clark, Sean Dack, Hanne Darboven, Tacita Dean, Mark Dion, Marcel Dzama, Yara El-Sherbini, Olafur Eliasson, Brian Eno, Neil Farber, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Robbert Flick, Tom Friedman, Liam Gillick, Pamela Golden, Douglas Gordon, Rodney Graham, Ann Hamilton, Robert Heinecken, Arno Hintjens, Patrick Hoet, Dennis Hollingsworth, Rebecca Horn, David Horvitz, Adam Janes, Brian Kennon, Robbie Kinberg, Edwin Klein, Alison Knowles, Jutta Koether, Harmony Korine, Barbara Kruger, Brendan Lott, Nick Lowe, Euan Macdonald, Christian Marclay, Paul McCarthy, Matthew Monahan, Robert Morris, Matt Mullican, Bruce Nauman, Jorge Pardo, A. R. Penck, Asher Penn, Raymond Pettibon, Tom Phillips, Sigmar Polke, Richard Prince, Michael S. Riedel, Pipilotti Rist, Dieter Roth, Francesc Ruiz, Raul Ruiz, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, Peter Schmidt, Lara Schnitger, Jim Shaw, David Shrigley, Jorge Simes, Michael Snow, Haim Steinbach, Telfer Stokes, Calvin Sumsion, Paul Thek, Wolfgang Tillmans, Richard Tuttle, Jan Voss, William Wegman, Lawrence Weiner, David Weiss, Fischli & Weiss, Benjamin Weissman, Pae White, Christopher Williams, Bobbi Woods, Christopher Wool at MOCA Pacific Design Center October 19th, 2008 - March 1st, 2009
Posted 1/5/09

  MOCA at the Pacific Design Center currently has an exhibition of artist books.  Unfortunately the books are under glass vitrines, but you CAN watch the pages turn through MOCA's website at: http://www.moca.org/openbook/sequences.php - a virtual read. The exhibition features books by Sigmar Polke, Keith Haring, Olafur Eliasson, Michael Snow, Ray Johnson, Andy Warhol, Hans-Peter Feldman, Paul McCarthy/Jason Rhoades and more.   This exhibition does point out the issue with showing artist books.  O... [more]

Picture_1 All the pretty colors   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Raymond Pettibon at Regen Projects December 13th, 2008 - January 24th, 2009
Posted 1/5/09

  Raymond Pettibon's exhibition of new works at Regen Projects II contains a variety of styles that I have yet to see Pettibon use.  His use of color this time is very different.  Instead of painting overall black and white, and infrequently colored pieces, this show contains drawings with both vibrant and dull colors; reds, blues, pale shades of purple, browns.  Not only is the show unusually colorful, the works range from his usual bold-line style to soft pastels, which make the drawings with goua... [more]

Cb08jpg OCMA's California Biennial on View Through March 15  
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Michael Arcega, Edgar Arceneaux, The Backroom, My Barbarian, Kelly Barrie, Justin Beal, Walead Beshty, Andrea Bowers, Jedediah Caesar, Sarah Cain, Bruce Conner, Einar and Jamex de la Torre, Felipe Dulzaides, Sam Durant, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, ESL (Esthetics as a Second Language), Morgan Fisher, Piero Golia, Gronk, Karl Haendel, Mark Hagen, Skylar Haskard, Patrick "Pato" Hebert, Evan Holloway, Margaret Honda, Jordan Kantor, Mary Kelly, Tony Labat, D'nell Larson, Elad Lassry, William Leavitt, Matt Lucero, Shana Lutker, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Rodney McMillian, Julio Cesar Morales, Raymond Pettibon, Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Yvonne Rainer, Marco Rios, Amanda Ross-Ho, Aaron Sandnes, Anna Sew Hoy, High Desert Test Sites, Jim Skuldt, Kara Tanaka, Joel Tauber, Ruben Ortiz Torres, Erika Vogt, Mary Weatherford, Lauren Woods, Brenna Youngblood at Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) October 26th, 2008 - March 15th, 2009
Posted 10/25/08

It has been a rough start to the new millennium, and sadly art survey shows have failed to reflect the context in which art makers and viewers live. Thankfully Lauri Firstenberg of LAXART has remedied the disconnect with the 2008 California Biennial. Before you walk in the door, Sam Durant's banners (in English and Spanish) hijack the OC's civic-boosterism-via-banner-blight, by reminding residents that their comfortable homes were built by the sweat of an undocumented workforce, on a piece of... [more]

Papercottonpettibon Preaching to the Choir but Still Effective   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Raymond Pettibon at David Zwirner- 519 W. 19th September 11th, 2007 - October 20th, 2007
Posted 9/20/07

With the war in Iraq going on its fourth year, and no end in sight, artists increasingly turn their attention on our Vietnam. Raymond Pettibon fills David Zwirner with a large grouping of works on paper, hung salon style, many of which comment on this administration’s disastrous foreign policy. The addition of large dripping text painted directly on the walls sets off each arrangement into distinct sections. Pettibon’s work never comes across as propaganda, but his drawings—often overworked to the point... [more]

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