Catherine Wagley writes about art and visual culture in Los Angeles.
2 days ago | Art to See This Week
This week, a Mid-City gallery explores obsessive love and corporate boybands populate a fascist future state in a performance downtown. Too many fingers Roni Shneior’s sculpture Bloom is a tangle of ten arms with no body, only knots in the middle ...
9 days ago | Art to See This Week
This week, a chair sprouts breasts in a Glendale gallery and a photographer explores her Boyle Heights friendships for her downtown show. A spindly-legged space Artist Anna Sew Hoy’s gazebo looks like a headless spider made of bronze. It has six r...
9 days ago | Art
Had she lived to complete it, artist Ana Mendieta’s La Jungla would have occupied a triangle of grass in MacArthur Park, near where Wilshire Boulevard meets Park View. In 1985, Mendieta was 36 years old and beginning to receive recognition for her...
16 days ago | Art to See This Week
This week, one artist explores shades of cake, and two others make fog from testosterone suppressants. Self-marriage and pizza by fax In the final moments of Pippa Garner's video Onboard Trophy Wife, a disembodied hand holds up a sign that says, "...
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23 days ago | Art to See This Week
This week, three Boyle Heights shows explore otherworldly spirituality, aliens and corporate cults, while a filmmaker tracks down the nearly extinct white rhino. Did aliens take the first-born? Monarca Lynn Merrifield’s paintings have more over-sa...