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“We understand how reality is invented. A person sits in a room and thinks a thought and it bleeds out into the world. Every thought is permitted. And there’s no longer a moral or spatial distinction between thinking and acting.” — Don DeLillo, Mao II

November 11-December 16, 2017   Claire Milbrath’s recent series of narrative paintings are populated with figures that appear to interact while remaining oddly disconnected, echoing the bizarre and intriguing Aldous Huxley novel Crome Yellow, the inspiration behind these works. Milbrath’s signature style, contradictorily and refreshingly naïve, while

Founded in 1978 by a group of independent artists who shared an enthusiasm for a transgressive, performative, homegrown avant-garde, LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) has never wavered from its mission. Reached for comment on the eve of its 40th anniversary, LACE’s current director, Sarah Russin,

​​Inka Essenhigh: Party of the Flames and Flowers (Enamel on canvas, 48 x 55 inches, 2017) at ​Miles McEnery Gallery, New York​,​ ​ALAC 2018​ January 25-28, 2018   In its ninth year, Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC), produced by Tim Fleming’s Fair Ground Associates, sizzled with even more