Thursday, July 19, 2018

Jason Rhoades: Everything is Everything

The taboo-shattering LA installation artist is the subject of a major gallery retrospective, and striking a chord with a new generation, a decade after his death.

12 Western Presses

A deliberately non-comprehensive field guide to a dozen western presses, with an emphasis on variety.

28 Chinese

An extensive exhibition of contemporary Chinese art drawn from the collection of Don and Mera Rubell spans both mediums and generations.

Charles Gaines

A provocative survey at the Hammer Museum of Gaines&' early work from 1974-1989 chronicles the emergence of the influential California conceptual artist.

Art of Glass

In the wake of the Studio Glass movement, glass has become a pervasive and persuasive medium for sculpture and is being embraced by a diverse range of artists, both specialized and mainstream. JAMES YOOD makes the case for this most venerable and adaptable of art forms.

Land Art Pioneers: Nancy Holt

The combined sense of wholeness and the fragmentary is-for an artist influenced early on by conceptualism and later by Buddhism-part of the enduring framework for Holt’s work, and her legacy to the artists who follow her.

LA Sculptors

Nathan Mabry: Mystical Hybrids
Among the new generation of young, LA-based sculptors who reference modernism explicitly in their work, few do it with the wit, smarts, reverence, irreverence...

art ltd. digital archives

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2015 Top Tens

Favorite exhibitions throughout the year

Appreciation: Marvin Lipofsky

The creator of sinuous, sensuous, seemingly organic glass sculptures-and an avid traveler- Marvin Lipofsky remains a towering figure in the Bay Area’s Studio Glass movement.

Matt Wedel

Blending respect for tradition with his own subversive personal mythology, the LA-trained sculptor is taking clay on his own terms.

DIALOGUE: “Made in LA” Curators

Co-curators Connie Butler & Michael Ned Holte discuss the process of putting together their incisive new LA biennial at the Hammer.