Mike Parillo and Ashkan Honarvar were profiled in Hi-Fructose magazine for their works in Just The Tip and Invisible Lines (respectively), on view through currently through June 21, 2014.
Mike Parillo | Just The Tip and Ashkan Honarvar | Invisible Lines were reviewed by Annabel Osberg of the Huffington Post. In the article, entitled “Exploring Concealment And Display Through Counter-Camouflage And Corporeal Collage,” Osberg masterfully expounded on the themes pervading Parillo’s and Honarvar’s bodes of work.
Just The Tip was featured on MutualArt.com as 1 of 10 exhibitions in May that should be seen. The list includes international galleries and museums, and Just The Tip was the publication’s pick for Los Angeles.
Zin Helena Song’s artwork appears in a May/ June 2014 fashion editorial for BULLETT magazine / media. The editorial is called “The Colors Of Interaction.”
Ashkan Honarvar’s work was reviewed by print and online publication Sang Bleu. The periodical explores modern culture and style from an experimental perspective, focusing on movements that occur “on the fringes” of society.
Robert Larson was selected as one of Arts Observer‘s “13 Artists To Watch” in their review of VOLTA NY 2014. The article praises the atmosphere of VOLTA and its artist selection process overall. Larson is noted as being a “standout” amongst the exhibiting artists.
Arts Observer covers modern and contemporary art in New York, Washington, D.C., and beyond.
Hyperallergic featured CES Contemporary as a notable gallery in their review of VOLTA NY 2014, titled “Vaulting Through VOLTA NY.” The notoriously (and humorously) critical publication listed Robert Larson at CES Contemporary as an example of “compelling work,” referencing a select number of booths where “paper takes off in organic directions.”
Hyperallergic is a forum for playful, serious, and radical perspectives on art and culture in the world today. The publication’s incisive coverage of art and its discontents has been cited in major outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and The Nation.
CES Contemporary was featured in the March / April issue of LA CANVAS, a creative editorial focused on the arts and culture of Los Angeles. Art director Rachel Many visited the gallery during the gallery’s inaugural exhibition to survey the show and interview Carl.
“I am sincerely excited to introduce our artists’ work with Los Angeles. I really want to be on the frontier… to be a part of an evolving movement.” (as spoken by Carl to Rachel).