Mira Schor, "Power" Figure: The Great Man Speaks, 2016, ink, flashe paint and gesso on tracing paper, 64" x 24" REVIEW Mira Schor By Kavior Moon December, 2016 The problems of painting, language, and gendered power relations have long animated the work of New...read more
Painter Tom Knechtel in his Mar Vista studio. (Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times) ARTIST PROFILE 'The Vermeer of Los Angeles'? Slow-art champion Tom Knechtel lets us in the studio By Carolina A. Miranda September 16, 2016 In an art world that spins ever faster, Tom...read more
Mira Schor's "Power" Figures CRITIC'S PICK Mira Schor By Andy Campbell September, 2016 Both writing about and painting language have been hallmarks of Mira Schor’s inventive practice for decades. Her latest solo show provides an opportunity to grasp the depth of...read more
TWO COATS OF PAINTInterview: Timothy Nolan and his public art project at LAXBy Sharon ButlerAugust 3, 2016If you find yourself in Terminal 7 at the Los Angeles International Airport, you can’t miss Timothy Nolan’s new public art project, a series of large-scale...read more
REVIEWCB1 GALLERY: SUSAN SILASBy Max King CapJune 30, 2016There is a feud taking place at CB1 Gallery; it sets in conflict the looking-glass and the hour-glass—our waning but resistant vigor versus our inexorable putrefaction. In her exhibition, revealingly titled in...read more
REVIEWSusan Silas' naked look at self-image at CB1 GalleryBy Sharon MizotaJune 25, 2016It’s possible that Susan Silas’ relentless (some would say obsessive) self-portraiture at CB1 Gallery only seems powerful to me because I, too, am a middle-aged woman. If you are...read more
Event Time: Sunday, June 26 at 2 p.m.Join artist Annelie McKenzie on this conversational tour through the gallery as she discusses the sources and influences which inspired her paintings including Canadian artists from the Beaver Hall group, Gladys Johnston, and...read more
Conversation with Brett Reichman & Daniel Samaniego | Brett Reichman in Provincetown & the Bronx Museum of the Arts
Brett Reichman and Daniel SamaniegoConversation on the State of Queer Art CB1 Gallery artist Brett Reichman and his former student at SFAI, Daniel Samaniego, whose work was recently included in Tight Ass: Labor Intensive Drawing and Realism, an exhibition...read more
Mira Schor at Murray Guy Gallery, New York
Whatever moves between us also moves the world in general
November 3 – December 17, 2016
Featuring Aurdal, Hannah Black, Imogen Cunningham’s photographs of Martha Graham, N. Dash, Moyra Davey, Marley Freeman, Rosemary Mayer, Senga Nengudi, Valerie Piraino, Elena del Rivero, Marina Rosenfeld, Mira Schor, Lucy Skaer and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung.
Kevin Larmon at Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York
Every Future Has A Price: 30 Years After Infotainment
October 29 – December 17, 2016
Reception: Saturday, October 29, 4 – 8 p.m.
The original exhibition, Infotainment, was organized by Anne Livet, in close collaboration with artists and co-founders of the gallery Nature Morte, Peter Nagy and Alan Belcher, and was a legendary intellectual appraisal of an interrelated East Village gallery scene in the 1980s. This new exhibition will include 11 original works from the Infotainment show and catalogue, shown in this context for the first time in New York, such as Rectangular Cell with Conduit by Peter Halley and Un-Color Becomes Alter Ego by Haim Steinbach, as well as an expanded checklist of more than 30 artists from the original 17.
Elliott Green at Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY
Narratives of Enigma
November 18 – December 18, 2016
Reception: Friday, November 18, 7 – 9 p.m.
Narratives of Enigma, an exhibition of Elliott Green and David Brody’s work. For the first time ever in Bushwick, Improvisational Abstraction collides with Metaphor and Landscape, from two distinct perspectives, to cause a singularly ecstatic form of intracranial Twister. The artists will show new paintings and a collaborative video/painting.
Lisa Adams at San Jose Museum of Art
August 18, 2016 – January 29, 2017
Exhibition features work by Lisa Adams, Anne Appleby, Chester Arnold, Ruth Asawa, Sandow Birk, Val Britton, Edward Burtynsky, Rachel Carson, Evan Holm, Chris Jordan, Amy Kaufman, Michael Light, Danae Mattes, Richard Misrach, Nathan Redwood, Sam Richardson, Alyson Shotz, Kathryn Spence, Kirsten Stolle, Diana Thater and Gail Wight.
Elliott Green at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, New York
November 30 – December 31, 2016
Featuring Andrea Belag Susanna Coffey Elliott Green Stephanie Pierce Eleanor Ray.
Timothy Nolan at Los Angeles International Airport
Like Sound Going Sideways
Terminal 7-8, Departures Hallway and Ticketing Lobby
On view through January, 2017
Main exhibition is on view for ticketed passengers in the Departures Hallway; Shine On prints on view to the public in the Ticketing Lobby.
Phung Huynh at Los Angeles Valley College Art Gallery
We Make Our Own Time
Art Department Faculty Biennial Exhibition
October 10 – February 9, 2017
Reception: Thursday, October 6, 6 – 8 p.m.
5800 Fulton Ave., Valley Glen, CA 91401
Featuring work by Merwin Belin, Carol Bishop, Jamison Carter, Phung Huynh, Walter Impert, Jason Kunke, Tom Mossman, Jenene Nagy, Katie Queen, Dennis Reed, Donna Ropp Robinson and Erica Ryan Stallones.