Issue 6

Issue 6


By communing with our opposites, there is potential for a richer and more full understanding of ourselves. Yet, we are often instead reactionary; the schism between various social groups widens.

This issue of Carla proposes several dialogues around art practices that may on first glance be seen as participating in these types of reactionary gender divisions. But, a closer look into these disparate artists and practitioners—who dissect systems of power and gender inequalities head on—reveals that they are in fact in search of a deeper understanding, not an inquisition.

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

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Kenneth Tam
’s Basement
–Travis Diehl

The Female Cool School
–Catherine Wagley

The Rise of the L.A. Art Witch
–Amanda Yates Garcia

Interview with Mernet Larsen
–Julie Weitz

Agnes Martin
–Jessica Simmons

Exquisite L.A.
Featuring: Analia Saban, Ry Rocklen,
and Sarah Cain
–Claressinka Anderson
& Joe Pugliese

Made in L.A. 2016:
a, the, though, only

at the Hammer Museum
–Molly Larkey

Doug Aitken: Electric Earth
at the Geffen Contemporary
–Aaron Horst

at Tif Sigfrids
–Keith J. Varadi

Jean-Pascal Flavien
& Mika Tajima
at Kayne Griffin Corcoran
–Katie Bode

Mark A. Rodriguez
at Park View
–Stuart Krimko

(S.F. in L.A.)
The Weeping Line
Organized by Alter Space
at Four Six One Nine
–Matt Stromberg