Beyond the Streets LA 2018

Breaking Down the Walls in Street Art: “Beyond the Streets” in L.A. Through July 6th By Evan Senn In 2011, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (MOCA) held the first major museum retrospective of street art in one of the epicenters of the genre, “Art In The Streets.” Co-curated by Jeffrey Deitch, the…

Asad Faulwell and Katy Ann Gilmore at Denk

Asad Faulwell, Phantom and Katy Ann Gilmore, Visual Field at Denk Gallery Through July 7th By Lorraine Heitzman Asad Faulwell and Katy Ann Gilmore take over separate spaces at Denk Gallery in two shows that fully exploit their contrasting styles. These imaginatively paired exhibitions complement each other’s work to create a perfect symmetrical synergy between the…

Victor Wilde’s New Work is Edgy and Cheeky

Victor Wilde’s New Work is Edgy and Cheeky At Contemporary Gallery By Genie Davis Cheeky, a collection of mixed media works, paintings, and prints from LA-based artist Victor Wilde is aptly named. Edgy, irreverent, fascinating, and vehemently socio-political in nature, the show, at DTLA’s Contemporary Gallery, is a perfect introduction to Wilde’s style and aesthetic. During…