Issue 5

Issue 5

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We often hear the idiom that “new is better,” but lately L.A. has been graced with several stunning exhibitions of works by artists that have been at it for decades—proving that duration can be just as provocative as novelty…These lifetimes of work prove not only an undeniable technical prowess by the artists responsible, but also that dedicating a lifetime to artmaking…is really one of the most decisive actions a person can take.

–Lindsay Preston Zappas, Founder & Editor-in-Chief

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Non-Fiction
at The Underground Museum
–Catherine Wagley

The Art of Birth
–Carmen Winant

Escape from Bunker Hill:
John Knight
at REDCAT
–Travis Diehl

Ed Bereal Speaks
–Benjamin Lord

Art Advice (from Men)
–Sarah Weber

Routine Pleasures
at the MAK Center
–Jonathan Griffin

Exquisite L.A.
Featuring: Fay Ray, John Baldessari,
and Claire Kennedy
–Claressinka Anderson
& Joe Pugliese

Revolution in the Making
at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel
–Hana Cohn

Carl Cheng
at Cherry and Martin
–Eli Diner

Joan Snyder
at Parrasch Heijen Gallery
–Claire de Dobay Rifelj

Eleanor Antin
at Diana Rosenstein
–Katie Bode

Performing the Grid
at Ben Maltz Gallery,
Otis College
of Art and Design
–Molly Larkey

(L.A. in S.F.)
Laura Owens
at The Wattis Institute
–Keith J. Varadi