Art + Design

Andrea Zittel Explores the Dynamics of Space

In her sixth solo show with Regen Projects in Hollywood, sculptor and installation artist Andrea Zittel delves into how humankind interacts with its surroundings. The exhibition is separated into two related bodies of work: Planar Configurations, currently installed at the gallery, and Planar Pavilions, a permanent installation in the Southern...

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Introducing the Institute of Arab and Islamic Art

The stated mission of the recently opened Institute of Arab and Islamic Art is to act as a bridge for dialogue between New York and the Arab and Islamic worlds, and it seems to be one of the few—if not the only—non-museum institutions dedicated to this. Its first exhibition,...

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The Botanical Wonderland of Lesley Vance

With their gentle ribbons of solid and mixed hues, Los Angeles-based abstractionist Lesley Vance’s latest works are an ode to pure color and form in the modernist tradition. They are currently on display in an exhibition, titled 12 Paintings, at the David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles. All of the...

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The Unfathomable Levity of Robert Chambers

The sculptor Robert Chambers is known for wild work and has a sort of fabled reputation in Miami, where he was born and has resided for much of his life. Other than a long list of impressive CV items—a resident at Fabric, work collected by MoMA, now head of...

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Frederick Hammersley: ‘Paintings and Works on Paper’

Critically lauded American abstractionist Frederick Hammersley rose to prominence in 1959 with his inclusion in the milestone Four Abstract Classicists exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Now this iconic multi-media artist is the subject of the posthumous retrospective, Frederick Hammersley: Paintings and Works on Paper, at Venice...

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Quintessa Matranga’s ‘Me at 3AM’ Show

This is how artist Quintessa Matranga describes the paintings she currently has up at Queer Thoughts gallery in New York City: “Most of these were painted on the floor of my bedroom, a few inches away from the edge of my bed… I felt it was more comfortable and...

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Toba Khedoori Comes to Miami’s PAMM

Toba Khedoori, an artist born in Sydney, Australia to Jewish-Iraqi parents, is known for her large-scale works that depict day-to-day objects: chairs, a grid of windows, a hallway. Despite the commonness of the subjects, the perspectives that Khedoori uses, and the hand-drawn quality of her draftsmanship, are exceptional. The...

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Jeff Koons Returns to LA’s Gagosian Gallery

“I like to think that when you leave the room, the art leaves the room. Art is about your own possibilities as a human being. It’s about your own excitement, your own potential, and what you can become. It affirms your existence.” —Jeff Koons If you have ever walked...

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A Dual Rebecca Warren Exhibition at Matthew Marks

With both her sleek and rough-hewn figures, London-based sculptor Rebecca Warren explores the multifaceted, age-old inspiration that is the female body. It’s a theme explored in two unique ways at her two-location self-titled exhibition at West Hollywood’s Matthew Marks Gallery, running now. At 1062 North Orange Grove, viewers will find...

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Creative Time Takes Over Green-Wood Cemetery

French conceptual artist and writer Sophie Calle is inviting you to share your secrets with her. Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery is a project developed by the artist and the public arts nonprofit Creative Time. Green-Wood Cemetery, the historic Brooklyn graveyard, is the site...

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