“Edge of Doom” at HILDE

“Edge of Doom” at HILDE By Mario Vasquez Through May 27th   When looking at the title “Edge of Doom,” there were certain expectations of what this show may be about. With the state of the world as it is now, one may think that this exhibit was going to be about the chaotic and…

John Edmonds at ltd los angeles

John Edmonds at ltd los angeles  Higher  By Anna Garner Through June 3rd   The enduring romanticism of surface, subject, and light is alive in John Edmond’s affecting portraits.  His first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Higher, at ltd los angeles, is weighted with equal portions of vulnerability and strength, that ruminate on the personal…

Art, Architecture, and Collage at George Billis Gallery

Art, Architecture, and Collage at George Billis Gallery By Genie Davis   Just closed at George Billis Gallery, two solo shows; Michael Cutlip’s first with the gallery, Transition; and Danny Heller’s fifth, Modern Leisure. Heller’s exhibition showcases the artist’s highly realistic oil paintings, images which focus on Mid-Century Modern residential architecture. But each of his works carries…

Book Club: Going Native at Durden and Ray

Book Club: Going Native at Durden and Ray By Sydney Walters Through May 28th   For Durden and Ray’s latest show, Book Club: Going Native, curator Stephen Wolkoff assembled artists he knew could take a bizarre novel and produce experimental and innovative art. He asked a bartender, a hair stylist, an architect and a composer…

Signifying Form at The Landing

Signifying Form at The Landing By Lorraine Heitzman   Curator jill moniz in conversation Saturday May 21st 3pm Exhibition on view through June 3, 2017   As curated by jill moniz, Signifying Forms is a show that instructs, empowers and evokes strong emotions.  Though it is grounded in earthy, rusted hues and shaped by the weight of…