Ten Artists Look South of the Border Loft at Liz’s

  Ten Artists Look South of the Border Loft at Liz’s By Genie Davis through February 6, 2018 South of the Border at Loft at Liz’s is a stellar exhibition, curated by Isabel Rojas-Williams with the Loft’s own Liz Gordon. Part of the Participating Gallery Program of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the exhibition addresses not just…

Marking Time at Sturt Haaga Gallery, Descanso Gardens

ELEMENTAL | Marking Time Descanso Gardens Sturt Haaga Gallery by Genie Davis On view through December 3rd   Marking Time is a beautiful installment in the Elemental series, one that continues the evocative, subtly imagined link between the gallery’s art and the gardens in which the gallery is located. Time is wonderfully suited to explore…

Phyllis Green at Chimento Contemporary

Phyllis Green, Life after Life after Life Chimento Contemporary By Jody Zellen Through December 16th   In “Life after Life after Life” Phyllis Green presents an array of objects —some are wearable, suspended from the ceiling on hand crafted wooden supports that look like walking sticks— others are sculptures on casters that can be repositioned and…

Beautiful Parts at CSUN Art Gallery

Beautiful Parts CSUN Art Gallery on view through October 26th by Eve Wood   Attempting to scrutinize and understand what makes someone, or something, beautiful is and has always been a dangerous game that only ever leads to feelings of disappointment and self doubt. That being said, Rough Play, the collective who conceived and organized…

Khôra at Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery

Khôra at Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery By Larry Gipe Through December 7th     It’s hard to imagine a slipperier siting for an exhibition than “Khôra”, an evocative three-person show continuing until December 7th at Mt. SAC Art Gallery. To reckon with the meaning of the title, beware: Wiki will promptly plunge you down…

Process is King: Conceptual Craft @ DENK Gallery

Process is King: Conceptual Craft @ DENK Gallery By Jacqueline Bell Johnson Through October 14th   For the longest time “craft” was a dirty word in fine art.  Craft refers to functional objects, often commissioned or created for profit.  It refers to mindless, pretty, kitsch work made even more accessible by merchandising.  Even work of…