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“For a Long Time…” is a collection of works – from Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Hamish Fulton, Whitney Hubbs, Erica Love, Raymond Pettibon and Kehinde Wiley – which focuses on duration and the physicality endured in performance, and non-performance art works. A video work by Wiley assembles men in one quadrant of a television monitor, [...]

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The works of LA-based artist Noah Davis in “Forgotten Works” employ a wash technique reminiscent of gouache or watercolor. Davis sources images from photographs, art history, and the inner workings his imagination, which transcends time and space. The show is rooted in Richard Brautigan’s 1968 novella “In Watermelon Sugar” (also the name of one of [...]

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A repeated motif of burning candles throughout the mixed media drawings and paintings of Andrew Schoultz shines a glimmer of truth on a world consumed by monetary value.  Consequently the candles also hold vigil for the natural world that was forced into premature obsolescence and has become hermetically trapped inside brick sarcophagi sectioned off by [...]

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