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Works from Northern California artists Daniel Phill and Terry Thompson at first seem a disparate pairing. Thompson renders neon signage while Phill studies flora employing a gestural technique that nearly obscures the subject altogether. The former paintings are calculated and controlled, the latter are as organic as the plant life depicted. But both paint their [...]

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In her third solo show at George Billis Gallery It’s Mostly About Me and Much Less About You, Los Angeles based artist Carol Es thoughtfully meditates on memories of her fragile past and literally mends those reconstituted images together with thread directly on the canvas. Her art practice is a deeply intimate collage of memory [...]

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Steve Galloway and Christophe Leroux on the International Radar In City of Quartz, Mike Davis recognizes Los Angeles as being unlike any other city space because its crudely geometric and grid-like layout compartmentalizes cities within the city, rather than promoting a single space.  Double decker freeways operate like arteries; literal lifelines connecting drivers from one [...]

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George Billis’ group show Rock and Elegance celebrates LA Artists Larry Mullins,  Tony Brown, John Andolsek, Carol Charney, Timothy Nero, Julie Speed, Michael Salvatore Tierney, and Irina Alimanestinau.  Andolsek’s series of celestial bodies floating on a spray painted technicolored sky serve as the the keystone piece for the show. The graphic works of Larry Mullins [...]

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