Lipschutz or Lipschutz at MaRS

Lipschutz or Lipschutz at MaRS By Genie Davis Through July 22nd   Through July 22nd at Museum as Retail Space the father and son duo of Jeff Lipschutz and Michael Lipschutz exhibit the eponymous Lipschutz or Lipschutz. A collection of 15 large paintings and 25 sculptures, the installation is about two generations exploring the new…

Ohlsson/Dit-Cilinn: HYDROGENESIS

Ohlsson/Dit-Cilinn: HYDROGENESIS HILDE L.A., Mid-City By Shana Nys Dambrot Through July 15th   The centerpiece of the eerie, witty, sculptural installation HYDROGENESIS is a large mixed media situation of the same name, a pagan-industrial confection made from a 1970 El Camino, sand, a cresting bronze heron, palm fronds, seaweed, cement, wood, wax candle, sea urchin,…

“Twenty-One” at Subliminal Projects

“Twenty-One” at Subliminal Projects By Evan Senn Through July 15th   In Los Angeles, the art world is more than not a competitive industry of buying and selling goods. The competition in this city for creative expression and artwork with market value often times removes a large part of why most people are drawn to…

A Painter and a Performance Artist walk into a Bar…

A Painter and a Performance Artist walk into a Bar… A Collaboration between Virginia Broersma and Natalie Mik Grab Bag Studio, Long Beach, CA By Amy Kaeser Through June 25th   Starting something new is always exciting and nerve-racking at the same time, especially when you make that experiment public. The exhibition, “A Painter and…

Cece Caro, Katie Shanks, and Stephanie Sherwood Examine Gender Bias in an Experimental Installation at Shoebox Projects

Cece Caro, Katie Shanks, and Stephanie Sherwood Examine Gender Bias in an Experimental Installation at Shoebox Projects By Genie Davis   Material Identity: Artmaking on the Gender Continuum holds a closing reception Saturday, June 3 from 3-7 p.m. at Shoebox Projects in DTLA. Cece Caro, Katie Shanks, and Stephanie Sherwood who’ve been in residence at…

Claremont Graduate University MFA Open Studios

Claremont Graduate University MFA Open Studios,  April 30 2017   By Jacqueline Bell Johnson   Open studios are always a lot of fun.  They are the precursor to the much more lucrative and serious art fair… and honestly, they tell a bigger story.  One of process, one of thinking, one of making.  A studio is…