• MARdrian by Spencer “MAR” Guilburt

    In the early morning hours on August 31, Spencer “MAR” Guilburt stands before an empty canvas.  A seventy five foot bare concrete wall runs along the expanse of the driveway at Mondrian Los Angeles.  Every few minutes the valet turns a tight corner and runs the incline of the broken asphalt, barely missing the wall, just […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 9, 2015
  • David Eddington: Take Me to the River

    The urban structure of Los Angeles illicit curiosity, particularly the series of twenty-seven bridges that run throughout Los Angeles connecting the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach.  Since their construction in 1909 the bridges and the LA River that runs beneath it like a labyrinth offers solace to artists like David Eddington, who frequently traverses […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014
  • Lisa Adams: Location Unknown

    The viewer’s gaze unhinges the schism between a utopic past and a dystopic present, whose wrath is concealed by an arsenal of exacting moves executed invisibly by the hand of artist Lisa Adams.  By implementing a set of painterly techniques of her own creation, which includes the meticulous use of sponge rollers to create mosaic […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014
  • Spencer Lowell: The Urban Alchemist

      “The photographic method is like observation because you’re taking notes, forming hypothesis, bring samples back to the lab, you’re processing them and then you’re drawing conclusions and sharing what you find with people and essentially that’s one of the best parts.” How did a zebra find itself on a splintered asphalt highway in the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 1, 2014
  • Marc Yankus: The Space Between

    The Space Between, an exhibition of new work by the artist, will be on view at ClampArt from April 3 through May 17, 2014. Yankus’ fourth solo show at the gallery, the exhibition of more than 20 works explores the fine line between urban reality and architectural fiction though surreal portraits of buildings. Living in a mutable, […]

    Marc Yankus 0 Comments April 2, 2014
  • An Illuminated Portal: Ala Ebtekar at VOLTA NY

    Ebtekar describes his work as “a visual glimpse of a crossroad where present day events meet history and mythology.” Inspired by the delicacy and intricacy found in Persian manuscript illuminations and Islamic architecture, the work employs the image and metaphor of the the portal, the gateway into the next, or the future.       […]

    Charlie James 0 Comments March 11, 2014