Christopher Miles

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  • 5 years ago | Art

    Click here for "Unfinished Symphony: Steve Roden shifts into overdrive," by Doug Harvey. Click here for "L.A. Weekly Critics' Choices: Highlights From the Fall Season." Click here for "Musical Art Spaces: Openings, closures and reopenings," by Sha...

  • 5 years ago | Art

    As more than a few bumper stickers and rock lyrics have proved over the years, virtuous politics don't guarantee good poetics. But at Susanne Vielmetter, artist Andrea Bowers manages to pull off an impressive blend of clear political urgency, agen...

  • 5 years ago | Art

    "Breathing, biting, swallowing, tasting, smelling, listening, watching" might sound more like the name of a series by a performance artist, or the to-do list of a conceptualist, than the list of action words one might associate with a potter, like...

  • 5 years ago | Art

    When you go to see "Now It Is Dark," Mark Ruwedel's latest exhibition of photographs at Gallery Luisotti, try to sneak a peek in the gallery's backroom, where, just above the entry, hangs a work by Ruwedel that is not part of the show per se, but ...

  • 5 years ago | Art

    There's an almost passive-aggressive aspect to the titling of Aaron Curry's current exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery. "Two Sheets Thick" dares one to ascribe to Curry's offering a thinness of the sort that often underlies spectacle, and there...

  • 5 years ago | Art

    A massive undertaking that spans both Patrick Painter Inc. spaces at Bergamot Station, Won Ju Lim's latest offering stems from travel she did as part of a Tribeca Film Institute/Rockefeller Foundation Media Arts Fellowship to five European cities,...