Art + Design

Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in April

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going on in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. Spring means an abundance of new life, and the cultural calendar is rife with new exhibitions celebrating artists both emerging and established. Herewith, your guide...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in March

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. What you’ll find included here is a wide and robust range, offering high-brow takes on everything from post-internet sculpture to augmented reality. Herewith, your guide to...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in February

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. Whether you’re enjoying the mild airs of the West Coast, the sunny clime of South Florida, or looking for escape from a wintry NYC, ’tis the...

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‘Veiled Meanings’ at the Jewish Museum

An exhibit at the Jewish Museum poses a metaphysical question about the clothes we wear: “Clothing is intended to cover our bodies, but it also uncovers. To what extent is our choice of dress freely made, and how do our surroundings affect our decisions?” Titled Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See This Month

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. With winter here, and respective temperatures dipping everywhere, there’s no better way to move through the season than with some high-brow eye candy. Herewith, your guide...

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‘The Everywhere Studio’ at the ICA

When you picture an artist’s studio, you probably imagine a few archetypal images: a messy enclave with paint tubes strewn about, a large loft with a sculpture growing in the center, or maybe a clean cube with a desk, where concepts are born. In the brand-new building that houses...

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Gender Fluidity and Politics at the New Museum

A major and timely exhibition at the New Museum, titled Trigger: Gender as a Tool and Weapon, brings together a diverse group of artists to explore gender and sexuality from a wide range of perspectives and positions. At a moment when the horizon of identity is broadening to include...

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Nevine Mahmoud and the Power of Suggestion

Carved out of rigid stone, London-born, Los Angeles-based sculptor Nevine Mahmoud’s latest collection of fluid, sinuous figures ooze with suggestive eroticism. Currently on view at M+B Gallery and titled f o r e p l a y, this series sees Mahmoud add a much-needed feminine element to this traditionally male-dominated...

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Heather Gwen Martin at L.A. Louver Gallery

Lush and breezy, Saskatchewan-born painter Heather Gwen Martin’s latest biomorphic abstracts are currently making waves at Venice Beach’s L.A. Louver Gallery. This much-anticipated showing of over a dozen brand-new works–aptly titled Currents–captures the vibrant energy of downtown Los Angeles, Martin’s current residence. Known to draw inspiration from both nature...

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Sunrise, Sunset at Emerson Dorsch

Miami gallery Emerson Dorsch’s current exhibition, Sunrise, Sunset, takes its name from a recently published story by Haitian author Edwidge Danticat, the setting of which is the neighborhood of Little Haiti, where the space is located. Though the show is in part a consideration of the gallery’s context, where it recently...

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