Issue 11

Issue 11

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It’s easy for those of us within the art world to aggrandize our efforts with self-congratulatory aplomb, yet it’s no mystery that the art world, and the larger category of the “intellectual class,” continues to silo itself through insular, self-reflexive discourse and heightened specificity…Accessibility becomes paramount to connecting these dots…Might we need to reconsider how we can continue to create connections with non-artists? How can we break down the intellectual barriers that continue to keep our community more or less isolated from the general public?

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

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Museum as
Selfie Station
–Matt Stromberg

Accessible as
Humanly Possible
–Catherine Wagley

On Laura Owens
on Laura Owens
–Travis Diehl

Interview with
Puppies Puppies
–Jonathan Griffin

Object Project
Featuring: Michael Queenland,
Lauren Halsey, and EJ Hill
–Lindsay Preston Zappas
& Jeff McLane

Dulce Dientes
at Rainbow in Spanish
–Aaron Horst

Adrián Villar Rojas
at The Geffen Contemporary
at MOCA
–Lindsay Preston Zappas

Nevine Mahmoud
at M+B
–Angella d’Avignon

Radical Women:
Latin American Art, 1960–1985

at the Hammer Museum
–Thomas Duncan

Hannah Greely
and William T. Wiley
at Parker Gallery
–Keith J. Varadi

(L.A. in N.Y.)
David Hockney
at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
–Ashton Cooper

(L.A. in S.F.)
Edgar Arceneaux
at Yerba Buena Center
for the Arts
–Hana Cohn