Art
  • 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
  • Rainer Hosch: Apocalypse Now

    The outstretched branches of the Joshua tree quiver with fiery spiky leaves and recede into the horizon. The single trunk that supports the once-thriving plant species still stands despite enduring intense heat and the unforgiving wrath of flames.  Rainer Hosch’s documentation of the scorched earth in the aftermath of the Dome fire, just one of […]

    A. Moret No responses December 27, 2020
  • George Byrne: Post Truth

    The photographs of George Byrne revel in a stillness that is part mystical, part abstract, and entirely surreal echoing the dichotomous nature of the city of Los Angeles that the artist has adopted as home. Curated by Margot Ross, Post Truth is both a solo exhibition and book release exploring five years of work that […]

    A. Moret No responses December 24, 2020
  • The Ethnographic Journals of Gregory Siff

    “Did we forget? Life is a thrill!” The studio echoes with the unmistakable charismatic voice of Gregory Siff. The proclamation is accentuated by the cadence of his Brooklyn accent and while much of his face is covered by a cloth mask bearing the official logo of the Major League Baseball commission there are traces of […]

    A. Moret No responses December 3, 2020
  • Enrique Martínez Celaya, “The Tears of Things”

      Four years have passed since visiting Enrique Martínez Celaya at his Los Angeles studio. Returning to the immaculate compound assuages my mind, knowing that despite the cataclysmic changes that have dictated the recent circumstances of my world, the studio remains free of the impurities of an otherwise unpredictable landscape overrun by chaos and disorder. […]

    A. Moret No responses September 12, 2019
  • Meditations from the Desert

    All told, I visited Desert X on three separate occasions.  The ability to pack one’s car with a camera, backpack with every conceivable charger, hub, adapter and laptop along with notebook, and an overnight bag is liberating.  Everything one needs to explore, capture and create can fit neatly in the trunk or in the passenger seat. […]

    Installation Magazine No responses May 27, 2019