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CARRERA at artbox studios October 31st, 2011 - December 15th, 2011
Posted 10/31/11

This is an incredible installation.  Conceptually rich, superb and masterful....! [more]

20110828092355-1 Passionista:The Inner Worlds of Martin Kersels  
Martin Kersels at ACME September 10th, 2011 - October 8th, 2011
Posted 9/17/11

“I put it out there (as) an open-ended statement, like a question. It just is”, Kersels told the LA Times in 2008. “It just is”. The work in his current solo show, Passionista, at ACME gallery is a case in point. His series of drawings, featuring images of human skeletons overlapped by images of the natural world (i.e. galaxies, spider webs), ask the viewer not only to make profound connections between external and internal environments, but to think of the scope of what is “out there”.  Beyond... [more]

20110623110144-chainletter_card_6_shortversion LA Times Review  
Lillian Abel, Lisa Adams, Dori Atlantis, Frederika Beesemyer Roeder, Rochelle Botello, Rebecca Catterall, Hadiya Finley, stEvEn fujimOtO, Natalie Gray, Summer Janelle, Julienne Johnson, Caroline Jones, Stacey Kalkowski, Geoffrey Kieran, Barbara Kolo, Will Long, Linda Lopez, Vanessa Madrid, Jennifer Shimatsu, Group Show, Roger Tilton, Davyd Whaley at Shoshana Wayne Gallery July 23rd, 2011 - August 25th, 2011
Posted 8/23/11 A chain letter is a message sent in an effort to induce friend and stranger alike to pass it on, often under pain of punishment or promise of benefit. Today it's a handy, analog metaphor for digital social networks. In June, artists Doug Harvey and Christian Cummings sent a chain letter (actually, a chain email) to 10 artists each one admired, inviting them to show up and participate... [more]

Amy Sarkisian: On Our Los Angeles Watchlist  
5/2/11 Posted 5/2/11

(Image:Amy Sarkisian, Installation, 2011; WPA Gallery) Amy Sarkisian (b.1969, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) Amy Sarkisian’s new sculptures present an iconic statement about the perverted, maligned and marginal in all of us."This body of work is a combination of drawing and sculpture, which are my two default modes of working. I’m attracted to drawing because of its economy and it balances my sculptural practice, which tends to be more complex." A solo exhibition of her new works can be viewed at WPA... [more]

Joshua Callaghan: On Our Los Angeles Watchlist  
1/17/11 Posted 1/17/11

(Image: Joshua Callaghan, Six Pack, broken and repaired glass bottles, acryilic case, 2005; © Joshua Callaghan) Artist and filmmaker Joshua Callaghan has exhibited documentaries, experimental videos, and sculptures internationally as well as collaborated on several feature length documentary projects as editor. In 1995 he was awarded a Fulbright Grant in Nepal to produce the documentary "Modern Transportation in Nepal," a film about the everyday transit of people and goods in the Himalayan Ki... [more]

20101007211843-oscar04_2 “Into the Sea”  
Oscar Sanabria at FREMONT GALLERY September 4th, 2010 - October 31st, 2010
Posted 10/7/10

“Into the Sea” by Oscar Sanabria, currently at Fremont Gallery in South Pasadena (9/4/10 – 11/6/10), is reminiscent of James Abbott Mcneill Whistler’s journey to Valparaiso, Chile, in 1866 when the American-born British based artist inspired by the Chilean port city, painted haunting night scenes of the harbor in a blue and green palette. Sanabria’s figurative abstracts echo the haunting emotions inspired by the sea, the birth of life, and infinity. Sanabria softly flicks his paintings with colors an... [more]

Jennifer Bolande: plywood curtains  
9/30/10 Posted 9/30/10

(Excerpt from 'Jennifer Bolande’s Plywood Curtains' posted on The Art Reserve. Found on Jennifer Bolande’s curtains are currently installed in a number of window of  vacant real estate in LA. and will continue until 2011 as part of west of rome public art’s women in the city series. Conceptual artist Jennifer Bolande’s Plywood Curtains are currently on view in the windows of empty storefronts around Los Angeles. As part of West... [more]

Sdfgh_043 "Out of the eater, something to eat..."  
Craig Goodworth at Azusa Pacific University Galleries July 18th, 2010 - July 23rd, 2010
Posted 7/20/10

Craig Goodworth offers the evidence of a body of work that spans the last five years of his life in diverse geographic environments.  Although noted as being in one gallery space, the work [which includes objects, drawings and video installation] can be found hanging, standing, or resting on shelves, the floor and pedestals, or leaning about in two separate galleries, a modified closet and throughout the length of a two hundred foot hallway for the next few days.  It's as if there is too much to... [more]

'Play Me, I'm Yours'  
6/19/10 Posted 6/19/10

Polish musician Frédéric Chopin is synonymous with the piano, both as virtuoso pianist and as a composer for the instrument. 2010 is the 200th celebration of his birth and to mark the occasion 21 pianos will be placed in a circle outside London’s Guildhall, the venue for Chopin’s last public performance, and present a performance artwork based upon Chopin’s life and 21 Nocturnes for piano written by British composer Richard Causton. After the performance the pianos will be distributed throughout... [more]

Spectacular Public Art  
6/8/10 Posted 6/8/10

(Excerpt from 'Art that makes a public spectacle of itself' posted by Holly Myers on The Los Angeles Times, June 2010. Found on,0,7952955.story) Public art has a new look as independent nonprofits join the scene. The result: happenings in traffic islands, dreams pinned to chain-link fences and more. A giant bulb atop the Standard Hotel in West Hollywood that goes on and off for no apparent reason. A letter denying a Mexican citizen a visa, plas... [more]

Laughing_stock__2010__edward_walton_wilcox__24x36_inches__bitumen_and_tempera_on_panel-med SEEN: Edward Walton Wilcox - FANATIC @ MK GALLERY  
Edward Walton Wilcox at KP Projects / MKG June 2nd, 2010 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 5/27/10

Seen: Edward Walton Wilcox – Fanatic @ Merry Karnowsky May 17th, 2010 — by Jack in Shows Channeling apprehension, anxiety and reaction to troubled times, Edward Walton Wilcox presented a large body of emphatic paintings for Fanatic which opened this past Saturday @ Merry Karnowsky.  With his ‘A Little Paranoia Goes a Long Way’ installation featuring ten identical fully kitted H&K assault rifles in two gleaming glass cases, Wilcox seems to revel in the seductiveness of the high-tech weaponry... [more]

Robert Lazzarini's Dangerous Distortions  
4/30/10 Posted 4/30/10

(Excerpt from "Justified" by Catherine Wagley, published in Daily Serving, April 2010.  Found on   Lazzarini has been distorting the distinction between two and three dimensions for a long time coming.  This time, he does it with weapons. In the new FX series Justified, a quick-to-draw marshal who wears a skin of coolness over his pent up anger nearly always shoots to kill. That’s the show’s conceit: at the end of each episode, someone is either shot... [more]

Loc3 Art Forum: Steven Bankhead, Circus Gallery  
Steven Bankhead at Circus Gallery October 24th, 2009 - November 28th, 2009
Posted 10/28/11

Steven BankheadCircus GalleryMarch 2010By: Jan Tumlir“Battery” (2008), Steven Bankhead’s last exhibition at Circus Gallery, comprised a series ofmediumsize charcoal renderings of collaged material that the artist had culled from billboards,posters, flyers, stickers, T-shirts, graffiti, and other ephemera. Much of the imagery was lifted fromthe rock milieu and testified to rock’s ongoing recycling of a lexicon of mythical symbols originatingin avant-garde art (as described by cultural critics such as Stew... [more]

Kimberberryliquidenviro A must see  
Lisa Adams, Kimber Berry, Hollis Cooper, Rebecca Niederlander at Riverside Art Museum November 21st, 2009 - February 20th, 2010
Posted 12/4/09

One of the best shows I have seen all year.  It all works great together.  But one artist shines out drastically, completely fresh and new.  The artist Kimber Berry has a paint installation up in the Riverside Art Museum that you essentially walk into.  You actually experience the paint versus just scanning it. What a great abstract expressionist painter she is.  The evolved extension of Pollock with a feminine palette capturing the current colors of the times, something the old master would del... [more]

Liquiddetail2 Simply Great!  
Kimber Berry at Phantom Galleries LA - August 22nd, 2009 - September 12th, 2009
Posted 9/17/09

All I can say is … WOW!!!  Finally, a painter doing something more cutting edge.  They are big; they are beautiful; impossible to get bored while scanning these works.  And what the heck is going on in the corner? … Looks like a painting blending right into the wall – never seen that before, so in my book - a must see.  She is definitely a true artist and not a one trick pony. Like any master painter, they can really mix it up…and she does a great job in doing so.  If you are in LA and love paint…. yo... [more]

Jennifer Vanderpool as First Artist-in-Residence @ One Colorado  
8/6/09 Posted 8/6/09

Jennifer Vanderpool July 15 - October 15, 2009 Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado are pleased to present Jennifer Vanderpool as the first Artist-in-Residence in an innovative program that unites commerce and culture at One Colorado. Curated in partnership with the Armory Center for the Arts, Vanderpool will be working and interacting with the general public from a dedicated space, The Artist Studio, which has been converted into a workspace and exhibition gallery at 24 Smith Alley. ... [more]

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