Issue 10

Issue 10


The art world has always existed in its own rarefied feedback loop, but within art discourse, it seems trends towards specific segmentation are all the rage: women, people of color, and even those with specific sexual preferences are being corralled and shown together….Here, in our 10th Carla, we ceremoniously provide a big ‘ol issue, chock-a-block full of words by writers each navigating our contemporary moment of hyper-specialization.

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

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Barely Living with Art:
The Labor of Domestic Art Spaces
in Los Angeles
–Eli Diner

She Wanted Adventure:
Dwan, Butler, Mizuno, Copley
–Catherine Wagley

The Languages of
All-Women Exhibitions
–Lindsay Preston Zappas

L.A. Povera
–Travis Diehl

On Eclipses:
When Language and Photography Fail
–Jessica Simmons

Interview with
Hamza Walker
–Julie Weitz

Object Project
Featuring: Rosha Yaghmai,
Dianna Molzan, and Patrick Jackson
–Lindsay Preston Zappas
& Jeff McLane

Pacific Standard Time:
LA/LA Reviews
Regen Projects, Ibid Gallery,
ONE National Gay & Lesbian
Archives and MOCA PDC,
The Mistake Room, Luis De Jesus
Gallery, the University Art Gallery
at CSULB, the Autry Museum

Cheyenne Julien
at Smart Objects
–Aaron Horst

Paul Mpagi Sepuya
at team (bungalow)
–Ikechukwu Casmir Onyewuenyi

Ravi Jackson
at Richard Telles
–Hana Cohn

Tactility of Line
at Elevator Mondays
–Angella d’Avignon

(L.A. in N.Y.)
Trigger: Gender as a Tool
and a Weapon

at the New Museum
–Laura Brown