Analia Saban: Faults and Folds at Sprüth Magers: Los Angeles

Analia Saban: Faults and Folds Sprüth Magers: Los Angeles By Amy Kaeser Through August 19th   Analia Saban’s exhibition of new work now on view at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, Folds and Faults combines the intricate sculptural techniques of a master sculptor and the attention to detail of a skilled painter. Saban’s paintings push the…

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,…

Knowing Autumn: The Sculpture of Derek Weisberg

Knowing Autumn: The Sculpture of Derek Weisberg By Genie Davis   The show has closed but the images are not forgotten, and the artist spectacularly memorable. Derek Weisberg’s Knowing Autumn, recently at the Fine Arts Building in DTLA, is a body of work both haunting and evocative, fragile and resonant. Take “What her Eyes Said,”…

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…