Edgar Arceneaux’s Until, Until, Until… At Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

Edgar Arceneaux’s Until, Until, Until…  At Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects By Sydney Walters Through July 1st   In his seventh solo show with Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Edgar Arceneaux’s show Until, Until, Until… recontexualizes black history and pieces together a narrative that gives voice and light to whitewashed media that has viciously misinformed…

Betye Saar: Keeping it Clean

Betye Saar: Keeping it Clean Craft and Folk Art Museum By Shana Nys Dambrot Through August 20th   One of the most potent aspects of assemblage is that it deepens and amplifies the power of its message by not only depicting but actually embodying the history of its components. This is one of the reasons…

Mai-Thu Perret “Féminaire” at David Kordansky Gallery

Mai-Thu Perret Féminaire David Kordansky Gallery By Jody Zellen Through July 1, 2017   Mai-Thu Perret is a Geneva based artist who creates politically and socially astute, albeit often bombastic works that deploy a feminist agenda. In her installation entitled, Féminaire she presents Les guérillères— an elevated white plinth dotted with nine figurative sculptures depicting…

Trip the Light Fantastic:  Marion Lane and Rochelle Botello at Groundspace Project

Trip the Light Fantastic: Marion Lane and Rochelle Botello By Lorraine Heitzman   Now through June 24, Groundspace Project is hosting a lively dialogue between painter, Marion Lane, and sculptor, Rochelle Botello.  Each artist further explores territory they have traversed before as they continue their ongoing conversation.  Lane and Botello have shown together in the…