Saturday, September 21, 2019

The Gender Gap

From the Guerrilla Girls to Gallery Tally, feminists are calling out the art world on its biggest open secret-the persistent gender inequality that undervalues women artists.

ART + TECH + PACE

Bridging the worlds of art and technology, Pace Gallery affirms its presence in the Silicon Valley with an immersive exhibition of the Japan-based collaborative teamLab.

Collecting: Kansas City

Collectors Dick and Evelyn Belger, Bill and Cindy Gautreaux, and Bruce Hartman, have each assembled significant, substantial, and very different, art collections.

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.

DIALOGUE: Catherine Morris

The Sackler Center for Feminist Art’s “A Year of Yes,” 10-year anniversary celebration becomes an intervention.

Dialogue: UC Davis

The new Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis highlights the significant and ongoing legacy of this Northern Californian artistic bastian.

Appreciation: Rico Lebrun (1900-1964)

Genesis, 1960, Polyvinyl acetate paint on gypsum plaster 29' x 25' Frary Hall, Pomona College Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Winston Photo: courtesy Pomona College We open square windows...

Chinese Lessons

A range of exhibitions of Chinese contemporary art in Southern California provides a veritable history lesson on the emergence of Chinese art in the last half century.

Introducing the MONSTER ROSTER

Out of the existential dread of postwar America, a group of Chicago artists founded a loose movement that preceded Imagism, and laid the roots for the city’s signature style.

DIALOGUE: Kim Davenport

The innovative Houston-based curator has turned Rice Gallery into an international showcase for site-specific installation.

Kathryn Andrews

Employing props, costumes and other movie collectibles, the LA artist deconstructs presidential elections, gender relations, and the mechanisms of cultural desire.

Matt Wedel

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