Saturday, March 25, 2017

Freddy Chandra: “Slipstream” at Brian Gross Fine Art

Finish Fetish artists of the 1960s, such as Billy Al Bengston, Craig Kauffman and Larry Bell, attained notoriety for their innovations with plastics, automotive...

Julieta Aguinaco: “Mañana Will Be Another” at CYDONIA

Julieta Aguinaco has probably exhibited her work more frequently abroad than in Mexico, where she lives and works, placing her within a minority when...

Ragen Moss: “Gray Mandates” at Redling Fine Art

In “Gray Mandates,” Ragen Moss presents six L-shaped, partially transparent sculptural objects made of polychromed plastic. Suspended from the ceiling, these large-scale works resemble...

Chris Engman: “Prospect and Refuge” at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Chris Engman’s haunting photographs present the viewer with a conundrum: either the artist has created his effects through nifty digital sleight of hand, or...

Jeffrey Simmons: “Open Work: Recent Watercolors” at Greg Kucera Gallery

Since the death last fall of Seattle painter Francis Celentano, one of the original, 1965 “Responsive Eye” artists at the Museum of Modern Art...

Diana Guerrero-Maciá: “SLOW BLOSSOMING” at Carrie Secrist Gallery

Veteran textile artist Diana Guerrero-Maciá’s abstracted, hard-edged works are as much about the geometry of quilting as they are about the aesthetics of Constructivism....

Shai Azoulay: “Pupil” at Zolla/Lieberman Gallery

Israeli artist Shai Azoulay paints strange and evocative vignettes that reveal a tender imagination and an empathy for the range of the human comedy...

Louise Nevelson at Pace Palo Alto

Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) was as well known for her theatrical, oracular self-presentation—bedecked in designer scarves and chunky jewelry, with eye makeup worthy of a...