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April 2015

Fresh Faces in Art: Eight LA Artists You Should Know Mixed media materials duke it out for abstract/figurative supremacy in which, come the final bell, both sides win. Carlson Hatton’s large and virtuoso, collage-like, paintings succeed in layering his complex myriad sources, from art history to daily

Fresh Faces in Art: Eight LA Artists You Should Know A swirling universe of abstract potential marks Jenny Hager’s paintings. Intense color used within spaces bisected and slashed by hard edge lines play counterpoint to her splashes and gestural motifs. They invoke a sense of immense space; imagine

Fresh Faces in Art: Eight LA Artists You Should Know Using paper for its fragile and temporary qualities as sculpture, Claire Jackel constructs elegant objects that place themselves within the context of the natural landscape at moments of catastrophe or imminent destruction. With a small helping

Fresh Faces in Art: Eight LA Artists You Should Know An electrified intervention of objects, lines and lights position syncopated exposures in the stories that inform our abstracted lives, whether these be fiction, fieldwork experiences, cultural myths, or disciplined practices of anthropology itself. Farrah Karapetian’s photograms are possibilities

Fresh Faces in Art: Eight LA Artists You Should Know Necessities for mobile institutions with modular functions shape representational space, its contents and environs. As a sculptor, Alice Könitz devises oblique architectural plans in which a communal exhibiting space can exist, devoid of known institutional systems.