Exit Strategy by Brody Albert in collaboration with Sara Ellen Fowler and Jason Gowans was mentioned on the Wall Street International. View here
By Arron Horst
In the 21st-century media environment we might be tempted, or persuaded, to forget that real life still has tangible contours. Real life is often figured instead as that behind the mirage that we supposedly inhabit. (read review)
“We’re in the transportation business－we move minds,” is how Mickey Hart, drummer for the Grateful Dead, once described the function of the band. Transportation is contingent on one’s willingness to embark on an unknown journey void of familiar signposts where the only GPS available is the intuitive navigational system of the mind. Deadheads were a particular type of audience, especially primed for perceptual transformation… (read more)
By Genie Davis
Hypnotic and haunting, “A Devil To Pay,” at CES Gallery through March 5th, is the visually seductive work of Adam Eckstrom and Lauren Was, collaboratively known as Ghost of a Dream… (read more)
CES Gallery presents “Bright Resolutions” a group exhibition featuring works by Tanya Brodsky, Jonathan Chapline and Megan Stroech, on view from December 17, 2016 till January 21, 2017. (read more)
By Pablo Lopez
Hollowforms, currently at CES Gallery, offers work by two artists that depict hollowness, and, by extension, a rich meditation on possibility. On an aesthetic level, hollowness actualizes negative space, and practically speaking, the possibilities of hollowness excite the imaginative faculties of the mind… (read more)
By Isabella Mason
“Hollowforms” is a two-person exhibition featuring works by Los Angeles based artists Orr Herz and Brian Robertson. Herz and Robertson are interested in containers and symbols and their movements through space… (read more)
Ashkan Honarvar’s sometimes ,I forget myself, was featured in a Los Angeles roundup in ARTnews Magazine. Summer Issue.
We are proud to share an ARTFORUM Critic’s Pick for Scott Anderson’s Supper Club by Grant Johnson.
Read the review here.
We are pleased to share Scott Anderson’s Super Club Review in the Los Angeles Times by David Pagel
Read the full Critic’s Choice review here.