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This week we attended the opening of Oscar Tuazon’s solo exhibition at Le Consortium in Dijon; looked at the life and work of iconic California photographer Larry Sultan; saw new work by Tobias Madison at Francesca Pia in Zürich; and participated in East of Borneo’s feminist Wikipedia editing session, “Unforgetting L.A.”, at the LACMA Art […]
Sunday was International Women’s Day, and in honor of women around the world, a number of Wikipedia editing sessions took place in various cities. East of Borneo, the influential CalArts publication that unearths hidden Los Angeles art history, hosted a large “Wikiwomen” party at LACMA’s Art + Technology lab. Participants were able to create Wikipedia […]
For his first solo exhibition at Francescoa Pia Gallery, Tobias Madison is presenting a new body of work, all untitled, 2015.Made out of wood, polyurethane and epoxy resin they are framing or supporting structures for dried up iodine. The works present themselves as a problem: They cleanse but stain, they kill but cure, they […]
The current Larry Sultan retrospective at LACMA is an extensive and moving look at the prolific photographer’s career, and his singular influence on image-making in Southern California. From porn stars to his parents, Sultan’s portraits capture the postmodern malaise of the paradisiacal Southland, all saturated with a golden sunset glow. Sultan’s career as a photographer […]
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