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Two Downtown Gallery Shows May Be Too Cool for Their Own Good
5 months ago by Catherine Wagley
A year ago, during his debut podcast, novelist Bret Easton Ellis fielded questions from Twitter followers, including one about how he handles reviews. The novelist mentioned a tendency among critics to only champion art that gives t...
11 months ago by Catherine Wagley
The show at Ghebaly Gallery, curated by the co-owners of Ramiken Crucible in New York, is called "Depression." The best work in it is flawed, decaying, nostalgic and attractive because of it. Andra Ursuta's crate-sized Lucian looks ...
1 year ago by Catherine Wagley
The dining booth Joel Kyack installed alone in a dim room of François Ghebaly's new space doesn't move, but the light above the table and the painting behind the seats do, going back and forth, emulating the rocking of the sea. Ever...
Same but different
2 years ago by Catherine Wagley
Ghebaly Gallery, the space run by François Ghebaly, started out in Chinatown, moved into a muffler shop in Culver City in 2009 and now has an impressively big space by the Dames and Games nightclub downtown, adjacent to the s...