(OCTOBER 11, 2015—JANUARY 24, 2016)
Although the Frances Stark exhibition almost stings you with its revelation of highly personal information, it is still very engaging. It celebrates language and communication, from base utterances to highly developed stages, thus from humans’ first single words to contemporary
About five years ago, irrepressibly exuberant design consultant Sean Yashar had one of those sparkling, brilliant ideas of breathtaking clarity and revolutionary potential, the kind so seismic they change not only a life, but an entire industry; the kind so often born when one asks
Rain, Rain, Go Away…And It Does
A chat with Florian Ortkrass and Hannes Koch, creators of Rain Room, LACMA’s new exhibit that simulates a rainstorm.
Where does it rain, but you never get wet?
Although not a riddle, the Rain Room exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum
L.A. LOUVER, Venice
(NOVEMBER 13—DECEMBER 30, 2015)
Peaceable Fruit presented large-scale ceramic sculptures that emphasize Wedel’s preoccupation with figurative and botanical imagery. The work is largely narrative and draws on archetypal themes. (Wedel has stated that the exhibition’s title “… is a kind of hopeful signifier and
Power identities and fetish roles outstrip partner selections, manifesting carnal knowledge of the nth degree in Kim Ye’s open source locker room politics. Her performances are corporeal prescriptions: sculptures of desire, paintings of allure, installations and video which are bondage lairs, irresistibly inviting booby traps