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CB1 Gallery artists Mira Schor and Susan Silas are both mentioned in Interview Magazine's 10 Picks from NADA NEW YORK 2016 by William J. Simmons. Both artists will have solo exhibitions at CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles later this year. Susan Silas: the self-portrait...read more
Dexterous DUOBy L.D. PorterSpring, 2016Hayden's exhibition, "Pure Pretty Fever" at CB1 Gallery, cb1gallery.com, featured the artist's earth pigment paintings on industrial felt depicting hallucinatory landscapes that oscillate between abstraction and figurative...read more
PANEL DISCUSSIONBeneath the Midnight Sun: Art and Science in AntarcticaSaturday, May 21, 2016 at 3 p.m.CB1 Gallery will host a panel discussion, Beneath the Midnight Sun: Art and Science in Antarctica, on Saturday, May 21, in which biologist Gretchen Hofmann of UC...read more
Lily Simonson's luminous Antarctica artBy Shara MorrisApril 26, 2016How far will an artist go for her art? For Lily Simonson, it’s Antarctica. She went there last year with the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists & Writers Program. These creative...read more
Review by Genie DavisMay, 2016Lily Simonson’s “Midnight Sun” is the work of both an artist and an Antarctic explorer, a magical viewing experience that pulls us into canvases fecund with color and motion. Based on her second expedition to Antarctica as the Awardee for...read more
What It's Like To Be The Only Painter In AntarcticaMaking art at the bottom of the world, where paint freezes and the best subjects are millimeters long.By Cara GiaimoApril 20, 2016In October 2014, teetering on the edge of a hole in the ice in the middle of...read more
New Mural entitled Demos Gracias by Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia installed by Murals of La Jolla, a project of the AthenaeumLorenzo Hurtado SegoviaDemos Gracias, 20162259 Avenida de la Playa (Above Galaxy Taco)Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia’s mural, Demos Gracias, is a vibrant...read more
Critic's Pick by Johanna Fateman“Are you a feminist artist?” is a dogged refrain, running like an earworm through Mira Schor’s new exhibition of oil paintings and delicate works on paper. Rendered in the artist’s fluid, unfussy script—the hallmark of her painterly...read more
Phung Huynh at Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles
Featuring Phung Huynh, Marianne Sadowski, Peter Liashkov and Kyung Sun Cho
January 22 – March 1, 2018
Reception: January 21, 3 – 5 p.m.
José Drudis-Biada Gallery
12001 Chalon Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049-1599
Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
New Threads: Perspective in Contemporary Fiber Art
Co-curated by Sam Lee and Karen Rapp and will include more than 15 artists such as Miyoshi Barosh, James Gobel, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia & Mara Lonner
January 27 – March 17, 2018
Reception: January 27, 2 – 5 p.m.
Nathan Hayden at KMAC Museum, Louisville, KY
December 16, 2017 – April 8, 2018
First and Second Floor Gallery
KMAC Museum, Louisville, KY
Craig Taylor at University of Maine Museum of Art
The Elastic Cache
January 12 – May 5, 2018
40 Harlow Street
Bangor, ME 04401
Merion Estes at Pasadena Museum of California Art
The Feminine Sublime
Featuring Merion Estes, Yvette Gellis, Virginia Katz, Constance Mallison & Marie Thibeault
January 21 – June 3, 2018
490 East Union Street
Pasadena, CA 91101