Rachel Yezbick at Garden

Rachel Yezbick, Cover Me at Garden through May 5th  by Lara Salmon In a window-lined room, which sits atop an olive-green Victorian in Silverlake, lies a unique gallery space in Los Angeles. The visibility of the neighborhood from this room makes it feel like a watchtower, or possibly a greenhouse as it drowns in Southern…

BioPerversity at Nicodim

BioPerversity at Nicodim Gallery through April 28, 2018 By Shana Nys Dambrot We tend to use anthropomorphized animals as proxies in metaphors and morality plays, fairy tales and Freudian projections, tattoos and illuminated manuscripts. Old myths are full of half human, half animal creatures, often gods or at least demigods. Minotaur, mermaid, centaur, Anubis, wood…

Randi Matushevitz and Diane Williams Confront Otherness Through Experience

Randi Matushevitz and Diane Williams Confront Otherness Through Experience at LAAA/Gallery 825 through April 20th By Genie Davis Randi Matushevitz and Diane Williams both offer profoundly moving solo shows at LAA/Gallery 825. Matushevitz’ Conundrum continues the artist’s powerful, growing, large scale work with an experiential installation of paintings and found objects. Here she addresses both…

Glenn Waggner’s Existential After Party

Glenn Waggner’s Existential After Party Neutra Institute Gallery & Museum Closing reception April 15, 2-5pm   by Genie Davis Glenn Waggner’s exhibition, The Existential After Party, currently at the Neutra Institute Gallery & Museum in Silverlake may just be the quintessential Southern California landscape. Offering a mix of architecture, figures, and landscapes, his work has…