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The work of Greene reflects the indolent, perhaps desperate, lives of those living in the gig economy and social media funhouse of Los Angeles. Uncertainty for the future, pseudo-connection and alienation are reflected in the bright glow of a laptop screen after midnight, in a

Gregorio Escalante, Chinatown (April 9 to May 15, 2016) Moira Hahn is almost too adept at what she does for her own good. Her uncanny ability to recreate the formal, stylistic and technical characteristics of her source materials and inspirations—Japanese Ukiyo-e prints, Persian miniatures, Tibetan devotional thangka

The Broad Stage, Santa Monica Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center January 8-February 6, 2016 In case you have any doubts, Big Brother is here. Big Brother is there. Big Brother is everywhere.  And so are Newspeak, Doublethink, and the Thought Police in politics, academia, media, and daily

Actual Size, Los Angeles Linguaviagem: A Poesia Concreta Dialogue, with its compact vitrines and small, primarily black-and-white publications, was one of the most purely “concrete” shows of concrete poetry presented in recent years in LA, if not in all of the U.S. Indeed, the very purity

Liat Yossifor’s abstract paintings are artifacts of pre-determined and timed performative actions where the bodily action, following the internal logic of a figurative base, allow her to transform the surface via the palette knife, to a record of reworked movement and time. Shades of gray