• Lisa Adams “Petrichor”

    A drought has plagued Southern California for nearly a decade.  Lisa Adams possesses an intuitive and effortless connection to her surroundings whether it’s her daily walks through the asphalt jungle of Downtown Los Angeles, visits to the LA River, or exploratory hikes in the mountains.  In recent weeks, Los Angeles has experienced an unusual and […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments February 24, 2017
  • Lisa Adams, “America the Beautiful”

    Over the course of nearly a decade, Installation Magazine Editor-in-Chief A. Moret has followed the artistic practice of Lisa Adams.  On the heels of her forthcoming solo exhibition America the Beautiful, visual anchors that have appeared in previous bodies of work are coming together to form a visual reliquary that speaks to the dystopian paradise that […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 10, 2015
  • Lisa Adams: As It Appears To Be

    Join Los Angeles artist Lisa Adams and filmmaker Juri Koll for the special one-night premiere of Lisa Adams:  As it Appears to Be today Friday, June 6.  The Crest Theater will present an exclusive screening of the film at 8pm in Westwood, just blocks away from the Hammer Museum.  Purchase your tickets to the limited engagement now.  Discover an […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 3, 2014
  • Lisa Adams: An Evolving Practice

    My first official assignment as a writer sent me to Downtown, Los Angeles at the Santa Fe Artist Colony to interview Lisa Adams.  It was the winter of 2008, nearly five years exactly that I met Lisa for the first time.  She had just applied spray paint to a large work titled We Destroyed the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments December 7, 2013
  • First Look: Lisa Adams at The Miami Project

    Los Angeles based painter Lisa Adams was one of the first artists ever featured in Installation Magazine.  Over the years we have watched as Adam’s visual vernacular has evolved and changed with her vision.  In California we explored the narrative of Adam’s work whose subjects reconcile the remnants of a world walking the balance between decay and possibility.  Where […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 5, 2013
  • Lisa Adams: The Day the Shade Came Down

    After emergency surgery, painter Lisa Adams temporarily lost her sight but gained a new vision after a long recovery.  Her solo exhibition Second Life is on view at CB1 Gallery from April 7-May 12. “The shade came down” was a term unknown to me before August 2012 when I had an emergency vitrectomy for a torn […]

    Lisa Adams 0 Comments April 9, 2013