For all the years that I have lived in America, which has become my home since immigrating from Russia a few decades ago, I've had a dream: to get behind the wheel of a car and drive thousands upon thousands of adventurous miles across this beautiful country of ours.
Hollywood-based mega gallery, Regen Projects held another triple canopy opening with Raymond Pettibon on Thursday, April 23rd. The show is officially titled, "From my bumbling attempt to write a disastrous musical, these illustrations muyst suffice."
The Broad Museum is about to open its doors this September, and by doing so it's going to explode a U.S. military style daisy cutter on the Los Angeles art scene. Then comes Hauser Wirth and Schimmel (HWS) a few blocks away in LA's undeniably burgeoning Arts District.
Aggressive Zoology offers attendees insights on the tools necessary to prepare for, prevent, identify, and prevail during altercations with a variety of fauna, both wild and domestic. The free discussion is presented by the Fontbron Academy.
The original Barter Show (1969) consisted of watercolor washes which Ed Kienholz bartered for the sums, objects, or experiences painted on them. As a tribute, a group of artists have been commissioned to follow Kienholz's guidelines.
For the first of three MOCA events, CamLab will transform two adjoining spaces in the museum, encouraging visitors to oscillate between immersion and agency as they occupy the various perspectives proposed by the installation.
Lawrence Weschler, the biographer of Robert Irwin and David Hockney and former staff writer for the New Yorker, will discuss Uncanny Valley, his latest collection of political tragedies and cultural comedies.
The opening round of fall exhibitions continues with our realization that longtime sculptor James Magee's below-the-radar body of work on view in Dallas has achieved a formidable fusion of delicacy and profundity.