The Old Gods
All images photographed by David Riley, courtesy of William Corwin and Geary Contemporary, 2018.
Anna Ayeroff: Where is She Now?
When Installation first featured the work of Anna Ayeroff, she appeared as a transition artist in our debut issue California. We recently caught up with the Los Angeles based artist to learn about her latest projects. For the past two years, my work has revolved around the early feminist utopian novel, Moving the Mountain by Charlotte […]
Trafaria Praia: On the Waterfront
THE PORT CITY OF LISBON AND THE CACILHEIROS Lisbon is a major European port city. The ship, the Trafaria Praia is a “cacilheiro,” or Lisbon ferry. The cacilheiros connect the two banks of the River Tagus. Their customers are primarily commuters who live in Lisbon’s industrial southern suburbs—historically one of the most unionized regions of […]
June Wayne: The June Wayne Connection
The influence of June Wayne extends beyond the walls of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. Like a stone that ripples water in a pond, her work and legacy continue to influence the practice of Lithography and have impacted the lives of Installation founders A. Moret and Garet Field-Sells. In many ways she is an artist that […]
Modernica: Design Distilled
Founded in 1989, Modernica shares the same fertile Southern Californian soil that inspired Modern design in the post-war period. Following in the tradition of Richard Neutra, George Nelson, and Charles and Ray Eames, Modernica praises the virtues of distilled form, elegant simplicity and craftsmanship. Dedicated to the art of handmade design, every piece of the […]
A Gentleman’s Breakfast
Longtime optician and owner of Gentlemen’s Breakfast Van de la Plante shares a few of his rare and coveted frames. Our Collect department is not just limited to art but features collections of all types. You, the optically-savy Installation reader can collect the frames that you will encounter in our digital pages and can become […]