(October 22-25, 2015)
Photos: Rafael Hernandez
[caption id="attachment_9590" align="alignright" width="620"] Images from John Fleck’s Blacktop Highway - Rafael Hernandez[/caption]
Cinema has been the 20th century’s big screen mirror, a mirror in which we have played out our aspirations and ambitions, fantasies and follies, transgressions and terrors. It has
Art in Los Angeles is always in season.
Whether contemporary, modern, or works from ages past, this year’s line up of art extravaganzas delivers objets from every genre. Each exhibition offers up art to stir our hearts and minds and to inflame our desire to acquire.
Public intervention in a designed environment can animate surfaces, mobilize boundaries that unfold into immeasurable expansions in their use, and turn private space inside out into public domain. Nate Page investigates the intangible issues of psychological significance that tend to be ignored in environmental decisions.
MELIKSETIAN | BRIGGS Gallery, West Hollywood
(OCTOBER 31, 2015—JANUARY 9, 2016)
Like many conceptual artists, Aura Rosenberg produces individuated series, diverse in medium and scope, with and without collaborators, in short-term and ongoing motivic structures. Who Am I? What Am I? Where Am I? is a long-term
When intimacies fall short of meeting in the middle, an unassuming nameless companion and moment reclaim the silent space in between. Returning home to uncover proof and notice the unbearable flattened facts that mean no more than an idle swim, buoyant and suspended in time,