albertz benda to open REVIVAL, Japanese-Filipino artist NKSIN’s first solo exhibition with the gallery.
The Broad has just opened the exhibition Keith Haring: Art Is for Everybody, on view through October 8th, 2023.
David Zwirner to open new Los Angeles space with Coming Back to See Through, Again, an exhibition of new and… Read More
In Liz Craft and Zoe Barcza’s work, warped faces and flattened children occupy an absurd, kaleidoscopic cityscape. The built environment and its subjects entwine to form conjoined beings, ones that are grotesque, comedic, and confrontational.
NTWRK has teamed up with Interscope Records to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a new limited edition vinyl series called Interscope Reimagined. The series features world-class visual artists such as KAWS, Cecily Brown, and Damien Hirst, who have created original works of art inspired by albums and songs from Interscope artists such as Billie Eilish, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and Snoop Dogg.
This Saturday Sprüth Magers presents a free screening of four films by Anne Imhof in conjunction with her exhibition at the Los Angeles gallery, two of which will receive their US premiere.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announces 10 new acquisitions for its permanent collection during the museum’s 37th… Read More
Regen Projects is pleased to present A-Z Personal Uniforms: Third Decade, a series of 48 garments designed and worn by Andrea Zittel between 2013… Read More
She found her way to Los Angeles via San Francisco, Cortona (Italy), Seattle & Brooklyn painting all the time and now after an uninterrupted year, she has a solo show at A Blank White Box.
The artist’s first solo show at PRJCTLA showcases his new technique of collage and Artificial Intelligence with large-scale wooden sculptures, using unconventional and unique AI techniques and machinery.
Los Angeles — home to glass marvels perched by the Hollywood sign, sprawling estates in Beverly Hills, and, hidden within an otherwise unassuming duplex in the Valley, an otherworldly paroxysm of color and texture, paintings stacked around the foyer leading to Davood Roostaei’s studio.
35,000 visitors witnessed the fourth edition of Frieze Los Angeles last Thursday through Sunday, including Roxane Gay and Tyler the Creator. This year, the London-born fair ditched their fan favorite venue at Paramount Studios for the far-flung Santa Monica Airport, where private planes climbed overhead
In many traditional accelerators, founders are told to steer clear of Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, and other social platforms. The thinking?… Read More
Frieze touches down at Los Angeles next week at Santa Monica Airport for another edition of Frieze Los Angeles there’s a lot going on throughout Los Angeles so to help you pout we have chosen 7 things you gotta see – have FUN 🙂
The new Santa Monica Art Museum (SMAM) debuts its first immersive and evolving art experience and exhibition to the public, inviting visitors… Read More
Frieze Los Angeles returns next week with an ambitious lineup of artistic programming that takes inspiration from the fair’s new location of Santa Monica Airport.
The works in this exhibition explore photography’s ability to collapse time and space.
Continuing its string of excellent exhibitions, Los Angeles-based Known Gallery presents a dual showing this month with openings by Pose… Read More
(Pic from current exhibition:”Before the Revolution” by Gusmano Cesaretti) Crewest 8th Year Anniversary Celebration Special Live Performance by: SEW SEW… Read More