The Forest for the Trees with Sant Khalsa

The Forest for the Trees with Sant Khalsa at The Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, CA Through July 15   By Jody Zellen “The Forest For the Trees” is the umbrella title for a series of one person exhibitions at the Museum of Art & History, Lancaster. On view simultaneously are works by Greg Rose…

This Brush for Hire at ICA LA

This Brush for Hire: Norm Laich and Many Other Artists at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA) Organized by Meg Cranston and John Baldessari Though September 2, 2018 By Jody Zellen It is an open secret that many artists hire out, working with fabricators in the production of their artwork. These artists, artisans…

Artist Profile: Cia Foreman

Artist Profile: Cia Foreman, Works that Explore Ambiguity and Perception By Genie Davis Artist Cia Foreman explains that her approach to making art is both experimental and conceptual. “When I think about my work over the past 40 years, it’s mostly about ideas.” The abstract photographic images in Foreman’s recent exhibitions are mysterious and haunting,…

Nettie Wakefield at Jason Vass

Provocative Plastic Cast in Bronze Brandy at Jason Vass by Nettie Wakefield Through July 21st   By Genie Davis With Brandy, at Jason Vass through July 21st, London-based artist Nettie Wakefield has created a provocative exhibition that focuses on things plastic – but is cast in bronze or created in the most detailed pencil drawings.…

Art Influencer: Astri Swendsrud

Art Influencer: Astri Swendsrud Embraces Non-Traditional Routes of Art Presentation By Sydney Walters Los Angeles is notorious for a vivacious arts and entertainment scene. Yet it can be daunting for artists as they muse upon the many places that may be a good launch pad for his or her work. Many artists regard Blue Chip…