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SUNÉ WOODS, FRED MOTEN, AND JAMES GORDON WILLIAMS

Fred Moten will join artist Suné Woods and pianist-composer James Gordon Williams at the Hammer this week for an evening of “wordplay, found imagery, improvised music, and moving images.”*   SUNÉ WOODS, FRED MOTEN, AND JAMES GORDON WILLIAMS YOU ARE MINE. I SEE NOW, I’M A HAVE TO LET YOU GO Thursday, August 23, at 7:30. HAMMER MUSEUM, 10899 […]

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REMOTE CASTRATION

How the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements “resonate with a trajectory of feminist thought in contemporary art” is reflected in REMOTE CASTRATION, the new group show at LAXART curated by Catherine Taft. Artists include John Altoon, Nancy Buchanan, Kathryn Garcia, Daniel T Gaitor-Lomack, Jenny Holzer, Nova Jiang, Paul McCarthy, Jahni Moore, Sue Williams, Benjamin Weissman. […]

ELIZABETH PEYTON

A new exhibition of portraits by Elizabeth Peyton, her first for the gallery, is up at Thaddaeus Ropac in Salzburg.   ELIZABETH PEYTON—EVENTYR, through August 25. GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC, VILLA KAST, Mirabellplatz 2, Salzburg. ropac.net/eventyr Above: Elizabeth Peyton, Hanyu (Yuzuru Hanyu), 2018. Below: Elizabeth Peyton, portrait of Elias Bender Rønnenfelt. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie […]

RODRIGUE FONDEVIOLLE AND CÉDRIC RIVRAIN

A selection of texts and photographs by Rodrigue Fondeviolle and drawings and paintings by Cédric Rivrain have been collected in CENDRÉ, a 64-page artists’ book of black-and-white images on colored and white paper.   CENDRÉ—RODRIGUE FONDEVIOLLE AND CÉDRIC RIVRAIN http://www.cedricrivrain.com/cendre/ “Cédric Drawing Lotte,” a portfolio of drawings of Lotta Volkova by Cédric Rivrain with an essay by […]

BARBARA LODEN’S WANDA

“Wanda is a rare character, not just in the cinema of the time but still today—a woman defined by a near-total alienation from the world around her.”* A new restoration of the Barbara Loden masterpiece WANDA (1970) opens in Los Angeles this week. A key work of modern American cinema, this was Loden’s only feature […]