• Issue 13 Foreword

    A production crew has set up base camp twenty feet away from our office door.  Crew members pace back and forth but they are obscured occasionally by my monitor which shields me from the office window.  I can see them, but they can’t see me.  They wear concealed earpieces like they’re part of a CIA […]

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  • Grimanesa Amorós: Luminous Circuitry

    An invisible umbilical cord connects artists, collectors and writers around the world.  A labyrinth of energy, sound waves, radio frequency and the transmission of light, sight and sound connect us.  Artist Grimanesa Amorós recently completed two large-scale site-specific light installations in China.  The first installation titled Golden Connection included two light sculpture installations unveiled at […]

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  • Jack Rutberg: Speaking in Whispers

    The breadth and depth of the artist roster at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts challenges the collections of many museums.  Installation and Jack Rutberg have a lot in common – we’re both based in Los Angeles and we are both committed to an international focus of artists working across all disciplines.  We asked the gallerist and […]

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  • Dreams of Light: Samantha Keely Smith

    Guided by a stream of imagery derived from memory and dreams, the sprawling landscape paintings of Samantha Keely Smith are illuminated from the inside out.  Painting with oil that is infused with light, she captures a feeling that transcends physicality and psychology and celebrates the journey of discovery and exploration. Installation Magazine:  When did you […]

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  • The Modern Dichotomy

    Jacob van Loon is an examiner.  He admits that he is the type of guy you will most likely encounter at a gallery, standing painfully close to an artwork, with his nose barely touching the canvas.  Examining the visual plane with great attention, van Loon will inhale as much visual inventory as possible without taking […]

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  • The Not-So-Standard Theater

    Multi-disciplinary artist Nicole Disson has revitalized theatre and created new opportunities to present performances in Los Angeles.   A dancer, performer and producer Disson’s theatre background brought her to Los Angeles in 2008.  She has worked with artist Lita Albuquerque to recreate her seminal work SPINE OF THE EARTH for the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard […]

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