Andre Yi at Open Mind Art Space

Andre Yi “Obliterate” Open Mind Art Space Through October 26, 2018   by Jody Zellen Before turning to sculpture, Andre Yi created delicate paintings and drawings. His early works were detailed renderings of natural and architectural elements centered in large expanses of soft color, often juxtaposed with swirling ribbon shaped white lines that suggested flowing…

Camilla Enstrom at Hilde

Husa’s Garden Blooms at Hilde By Genie Davis Husa’s Garden is abloom with playful delight and a sense of mystery. At Hilde Gallery in mid-city through October, Camilla Enstrom’s paintings and sculptures are a visual story both feminist and fecund. Using bright colors and deceptively simple shapes, some of Engstrom’s work is visually reminiscent of…

John Waiblinger Explores the Beauty of Men

John Waiblinger Explores the Beauty of Men Los Angeles Center for Digital Art Art Talk with Prof. Gregory Mattson Saturday October 20th 130-3pm On view through November 2nd By Genie Davis John Waiblinger is a true poet. He writes sonnets and love poems not in words but through his art, creating lyrical odes to men,…

Pat O’Neill, The Decay of Fiction

Pat O’Neill, The Decay of Fiction at Philip Martin Gallery Through October 27th   By Lorraine Heitzman The beginning of the fall art season in Los Angeles necessitates more gallery hours than can ever be repaid, (apologies to Mike Kelley) but none are more worthwhile than the time spent with The Decay of Fiction at…

Lari Pittman at Regen Projects

Lari Pittman, Portraits of Textiles & Portraits of Humans Regen Projects Through October 27, 2018   By Lorraine Heitzman For more than three decades, Lari Pittman has been one of Los Angeles’ greatest talents, his fertile imagination matched only by his daunting work ethic. His early paintings grew out of the Pattern and Decoration movement…