On the 6th floor of the Museum of Modern Art, Cindy Sherman is just where you want her, everywhere.
Perry Hall's work has been fascinating architects for many years: In his paintings he has developed techniques that bring or set matter alive again on the canvas, allowing their space and time to be brought inward in a collaboration of discovery.
I stopped by Rosson Crow's studio a few weeks ago when she put the finishing touches on a new series of paintings for her upcoming solo show at Honor Fraser. Minimalist she is definitely not.
Co-organized by LACMA and the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States is the first large-scale international survey of women surrealist artists in North America.
The art world often sidelines humanist works for their accessibility and for their campaigns of universal mantras, but Mori has a history of meshing modern technology with ancient practices in a way that engenders contemplation for our place in the natural world.
Last week, I attended the press preview for the exhibition Rodarte: Fra Angelico Collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
I spent some time with artist Mary Anna Pomonis as they installed her first solo show in Los Angeles. Here is a peek into the messy madness.
Charlotte Rampling: photograph for SPREAD by Kareem Black, 2011 "Being ready at 9am in any country," sighed Charlotte Rampling, smartly turned ...
Jodi Throckmorton, an Associate Curator at the San Jose Museum of Art, and the organizer of "This Kind of Bird Flies Backward: Paintings by Joan Brown," says that Brown was a strong, original individual who avoided ideology. Although often seen as a feminist, Brown's life and art fall into a kind of "grey area of feminism" according to Throckmorton.