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If These Walls Could Talk- A Conversation a collaboration between Charlie James Gallery and Marine makes evident that an artist’s dialogue transcends time and space and manifests in an manner as unexpected as playing a game of “telephone.” Works from artists Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet, Jow, Steve Lambert, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Littlewhitehead, Christopher Michlig, [...]

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A. Moret speaks with Los Angeles based artist Anna Ayeroff about her recent exhibition Clarion Calls at the Institute of Cultural Inquiry. A. Moret speaks with Los Angeles based artist Anna Ayeroff about her recent exhibition Clarion Calls at the Institute of Cultural Inquiry. A. Moret: Your exhibition is the first in the 100/10 series [...]

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The female subjects of Dream Big, Davis & Davis’ ironically titled solo exhibition at L2Kontemporary are caught within frames of reverie. While the candid photographs taken on the streets of Atmani, Hakone, and Kyoto document women at their blue-collar jobs, mainly in the food service industry, they also reveal a moment where their emotive, gestural, [...]

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Entering Mike Kelley’s exhibition the Kandor series and Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction (EAPR) signifies the moment where the umbilical cord of the viewer is severed from the reality that exists outside of the gallery walls and is reconstituted by the decadent and fabricated universe of Kelley’s creation.  A cacophonous orchestra of voices and indiscernible sounds [...]

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Los Angeles based collective My Barbarian founded in 2000 by Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon, and Alexandro Segade examines the role art plays in a democratic society by pushing the boundaries of performance, song, dance, and video installation to the point where the work teeters on being considered a nod to the theatre of the absurd, [...]

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In her fourth solo show A Stack of Black Pants at Cherry and Martin, one cannot help but sense Amanda Ross-Ho’s oeuvre as improvisational, where the works in the gallery space are subject to revision and revision.  Pencil markings discreetly written at random on the walls at odd heights and angles invite the attentive viewer [...]

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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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In his first solo show in Los Angeles “Black Tie, White Noise” John Andolsek presents an unconventional manner of viewing imagery that has long allured the imagination of Western culture such as currency, corporate logos, cellophane American flags, and John F. Kennedy.  While the acquisition of wealth, power, and political gain lie at the crux [...]

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