Allison Miller lives and works in Los Angeles. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has had solo exhibitions at Susan Inglett, New York and ACME., Los Angeles.
My friend Marco Sassone asked me to take a look at some new watercolors. They are astonishing. And, I must add, they lead to some somber reflections about the way we see the world and our place in it; and about that ultimate and least avoidable of all realities, death.
Awarded the Golden Lion at last year's Venice Biennale, The Clock is a 24-hour, single-channel montage constructed from thousands of moments of cinema and television history depicting the passage of time.
For their last installation, CamLab will use money as material in a hands-on group exchange. Longtime "economicalists," members of CamLab will facilitate the creation of a pop-up micro-economy. Visitors can participate or observe.
Urs Fischer's first exhibition with Gagosian Gallery will include sculptures and a series of large paintings. Fischer is known for his works that combine formal adventures in space, scale, and material with a mordant sense of humor.