Annelie McKenzie in “Sibling Rivalries,” a Group Exhibition at Torrance Art Museum Featuring Los Angeles and New York City Artists
Torrance Art Museum PresentsSibling RivalriesJanuary 16 - March 12, 2016The Torrance Art Museum is pleased to present Sibling Rivalries, a group exhibition of work by 14 artists based in Los Angeles and 14 from New York City. Curators Ashley Garrett and Max Presneill...read more
REVIEW"Art AIDS America" in ReviewBy Sarah OlivoDecember 15, 2015The exhibition is one of magnitudinal depth with transmitting hope of a reconception of who we are now and what we were then. Each piece could be considered a prayer, one of hope, memory, forgiveness and...read more
Catherine Wagley Reviews Brett Reichman: “Better Living Through Design” on Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla)
REVIEWBrett Reichman at CB1 GalleryBy Catherine WagleyDecember 9, 2015A nude, blond man with a muscular-looking tongue is licking the rim of a mod glass vase in Brett Reichman’s painting, Gildcraft Italia Mondrian Vase (Rimming Mondrian). The painting, painstakingly...read more
REVIEWWhat Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia Does for LoveBy Moto OkawaNovember 23, 2015In Plegarias, a collection of Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia’s new pet project of sort at CB1 Gallery, an intimate painting — appropriately hung all by itself on one wall — is most exquisite among...read more
Brett Reichman Exhibition Reviewed on Entertainment Voice, and is a Pick of the Week in Artillery Magazine
REVIEWArt, AIDs and Domesticity in Crisis in Brett Reichman’s ‘Better Living Through Design’By Lucy TivenNovember 2015In his new solo show, “Better Living Through Design” painter Brett Reichman looks to the oft-fetishized midcentury modern aesthetic to render desire,...read more
Artist Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia’s goal is to create art that is contemporary, yet deeply rooted in tradition. His work is imbued with color and symbolism. Read on to learn more about him and his art.our conversation . . .CLOTH PAPER SCISSORS: You studied to be an...read more
REVIEWCRAIG TAYLOR: ENFACEBy Megan AbrahamsARTPULSE NO. 23, VOL. 6, 2015Derivative of portraits or sculptural busts, Craig Taylor's recent complex abstract paintings achieve striking visual tension through the contrast of scraped-out layered backgrounds and...read more
The Seattle Times’ Michael Upchurch Reviews “Art AIDS America” Exhibition Which Includes Work by Brett Reichman
REVIEWHow AIDS changed American art: Tacoma Art Museum show charts responses to the HIV crisisBy Michael UpchurchOctober 18, 2015“Arts AIDS America,” a moving new show at the Tacoma Art Museum, charts cultural responses to the HIV crisis — beginning with an artist’s...read more
Panel Discussion at CB1 Gallery
PRETTY HURTS – a panel discussion
Sunday, May 21, 2017, 3 p.m.
Moderated by Annie Buckley with panelists Evonne Gallardo, Phung Huynh, Tiffany Lanoix and Jennifer Lynne Musto. The panel will present probing conversations about body image, patriarchy, colonialism, popular culture, and social media as critical markers in how beauty is constructed and to what lengths women will go to subject their bodies to be reconstructed.
Jack Davidson at TAT ART BARCELONA
April 6 – June 30, 2017
Reception: Thursday, April 6, 7:30 p.m.