• Andy Moses: Recent Works

    The paintings of Andy Moses possess an intense magnetism defined by a palette of hypnotic pearlescent hues.  The solo exhibition Recent Works on view at William Turner Gallery presents large-scale circular, hexagonal, and concave wood panels treated with a skillful hand conducting colors like a synesthesia symphony.  Oil and acrylic paint charge the surfaces, however, […]

    A. Moret No responses January 5, 2021
  • Adele Mills: Parallax Gap

    A photograph is just a flat surface it does not give enough or reveal enough- I want to get inside the image.  Photography has always disappointed me.  I have always wanted it to be more.  It promises an intimate return of a memory but it cannot fully deliver on that promise.  My frustration got me […]

    Adele Mills No responses April 3, 2014
  • REDCAT, CalArts’ Contemporary Arts Center in Downtown LA

    Innovative conversation and pioneering artistic events are always available at REDCAT (The Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater), CalArts’ contemporary arts center in Downtown LA.  REDCAT hosts a variety of series and productions that promise to stimulate inquisitive minds, offering a contemporary and interdisciplinary array of performances, exhibitions, screenings, and literary events.  Whether you’re an artist, […]

    Nicole Valencia No responses November 27, 2013
  • LAB ART: Take a Walk through Street Art

    Two weeks ago the Barker Hangar hosted an art auction for Artworks for the Cure.  In reading through the exhibition catalogue of over 150 artists, a very familiar name caught my eye as I was combining through the pages, Gregory Siff.  We were first introduced to the Los Angeles street artist in our debut issue California, […]

    Iskander Lemseffer No responses October 23, 2013
  • Chandler McWilliams: Reconsidering the Critique

     A recent MFA graduate of CalArts, artist Chandler McWilliams examines the scrutiny that every art student endures- the critique. The group critique has taken on a nearly mythological status as the centerpiece of the contemporary MFA program.  As such it is occasionally attacked as pompous, ineffective, or futile.  Its detractors suggest that a crit is […]

    Chandler McWilliams No responses July 6, 2013
  • Issue 05 Foreword

    Issue 05 is the week of synchronicity.  In our earlier days as a quarterly publication we never had the opportunity to time our features with exhibitions.  But now that we’re weekly it’s a whole new game. Emerge artist Hollis Brown Thornton revels in antiquated technological formats like VHS and Atari and re-introduces those relics through […]

    A. Moret No responses June 20, 2013