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At LACMA’s exhibition Variations: Conversations in and Around Abstract Painting, which closed in March 2015, Dianna Molzan’s small, spare work occupied a wall towards the rear of the gallery space. In the midst of monumental works by Mark Bradford, Mark Grotjahn, and Rashid Johnson, Molzan’s

Visually inventive collaborative dance-theaters works by Korean choreographers and media artists have emerged at the forefront of contemporary performance this past year. The latest  by Mint Park and Hee-Eun Jeong merges starkly dramatic lighting effects, an atmospheric soundscore, and precisely framed gestures and movement into