This week Paris, LA saw new work by Glenn Ligon at Regen Projects in Hollywood, visited the Jeanne Lanvin exhibition at the Palais Galliera during Paris Fashion Week, and walked the winding stretch of Laveta Terrace in Echo Park.
This week we visited the medieval sarcophagus of Philippe Le Hardi in Dijon, received an exclusive tour from Charles Gaines of his new exhibition at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, walked Sunset Boulevard with artist collective Machine Project, attended the site-specific Bernhard Wilhelm 3000 exhibition at MOCA PDC, and visited The Reason We No […]
The Flax Foundation’s Fahrenheit space in downtown Los Angeles is currently hosting The Reason We No Longer Speak, an exhibition of work by French artist David Douard, featuring interventions by L.A. artists Liz Craft and Jesse Stecklow. From the exhibition statement: David Douard takes interest in systems of growth, decay and contamination, as well as […]
MOCA presents the first American museum exhibition of the work of fashion designers Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus. Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger is a site-specific work at MOCA Pacific Design Center that functions as a sculptural installation and features Willhelm’s Fall/Winter 2015–16 collection. Including video, photography, […]
On Sunday, Echo Park artist collective Machine Project organized a trek across the entirety of L.A.’s most notorious street, Sunset Boulevard. Well, not the entirety: a group gathered at Machine Project’s studio and walked 18 miles to the beach, where Sunset empties out onto the sandy lanes of the Pacific Coast Highway, leaving out just […]
Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989, the first museum exhibition of Gaines’s early conceptual serial work, opened last weekend at the Hammer Museum. In a highly informative walkthrough, Gaines and Studio Museum Harlem curator Naima J. Keith discussed the difficulty of producing beautiful and meaningful art absent of subjective expression. The exhibited series, produced while Gaines was […]