Fabrik
HomeGallery Reviews (Page 4)

Gallery Reviews

Project Series 52: Hayv Kahraman Pomona College Museum of Art September 4—December 22, 2018 Hayv Kahraman: Silence is Gold Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles ProjectsSeptember 8—October 27, 2018 Beauty and suffering are inseparable in the work of Iraqi-born, Los Angeles-based artist, Hayv Kahraman. In two recent companion exhibitions,

Bridget Riley: Painting NowSprüth MagersNovember 16, 2018—January 26, 2019 A retrospective survey of paintings by British national treasure Bridget Riley is a rare treat in Los Angeles, and this exhibition of work made between 1960 and the present, defiantly titled Painting Now, proved that the 87-year-old

In his first solo exhibition at Louis Stern Fine Arts, Seann Brackin's effervescent artworks are having constant conversations within his joyful, boisterous compositions. In the artist's sumptuously layered canvasses, curved forms boomerang explosively outward and luminous spheres orbit one another in a lively dance. They are filled

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