Three particularly interesting and vastly different platforms making waves in the art world are SALON by Saatchi and ArtCircle in London and gallery1993 in Los Angeles
A range of alternative galleries have sprung up in the city, creating micro-museums that offer unique experiences not found in ‘white-walled galleries’
This story includes: a German fairytale opera, a DJ straight outta Compton, a retired pro skater, a Pizza Shop, an awesome Conductor, Mozart, Minnie Driver, a house in Beverly Hills 90210, LACMA, €120,000 a lot of Absolut and the artist Frances Stark.
L.A based artist Mar Cuervo has a fascination with anger and food.
Artist Laurie Nye’s other-worldly paintings filled with omnipotent female cyborgs and organic geometric shapes feature at the current group show at The Dot Project in London.
Artist Alex Israel and writer Bret Easton Ellis merged their personal and professional explorations of their native Los Angeles for an exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills as part of its annual Oscar show program.
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, Los Angeles
In its enormous new LA space, the commercial gallery has staged an inaugural exhibition comprised solely of sculptures by female artists, making a case that the classtic story of art after modernism is sexist and incomplete
OPEN CALL 2016 Month of Photography Los Angeles
Sprüth Magers open their new gallery in Los Angeles opposite LACMA ..
Bret Easton Ellis and artist Alex Israel have merged to produce paintings together
An image of people living on Manchester Ave., their homes constructed of cardboard, plastic tarps, and their own furniture huddles against the chain link fence separating it from LAX. Atop the image, a discarded fridge houses a nylon sleeping bag. Concrete forms cast from the city’s refuse and recycling containers finish the composition.
Regen Projects presents the United States premiere of Three Sisters, a new film and installation by Berlin-based German artist John Bock.
The centerpiece of the exhibition presents a large-scale installation featuring the props and stage set for Three Sisters, the accompanying film playing in the side gallery. The film tells the story of three siblings who come together to avenge the untimely death of one of the sisters’ young daughters. Evoking tropes of slapstick and farce, the narrative explores themes of repressed desire, fear, loss, anger, and tragedy.
Conceived and directed by Aaron Rose and Petra Collins, featuring a roll call of NY and LA creative catalysts including Tom Sachs, Jeffrey Deitch, Andre Saraiva, Ana Kras, Aaron Young and Glenn O’Brien