Tony Oursler: Unidentified Alien Art

Tony Oursler: Unidentified Alien Art By Genie Davis Through April 1st   Running through April 1st at Redling Fine Art, Tony Oursler’s Unidentified is a witty and disconcerting take on American UFO culture, from it’s rather benign beginnings to its darker, abduction mythology. Whatever mysterious alien is hovering inside installation and multimedia artist Oursler’s visual…

Kio Griffith Responds to the Current Socio-Political Climate with “Transit Republic”

Kio Griffith Responds to the Current Socio-Political Climate with “Transit Republic” By Genie Davis   Transit Republic is an incredibly apt name for an exhibition with an international pedigree. The name also describes future exhibitions planned between cities. Held over 25 days from mid-January to early February 2017 at Santa Monica’s Arena 1 Gallery, curator…

Creature Feature at the Broad Museum

Creature Feature at the Broad Museum By Genie Davis Through March 19th   What is a creature? Is it a physical body? Human, animal, literal, figurative? Is it our own perception that shapes creatures from fantasies and nightmares, from our own flesh, from robotic forms? The Broad presents a new, free-to-the-public exhibit that takes up…

A Lush Retrospective: Charles Garabedian at LA Louver

A Lush Retrospective: Charles Garabedian at LA Louver By Genie Davis Through April 1st   LA Louver Gallery offers a strong retrospective of the late Charles Garbedian’s works and a taste of the work of his contemporaries. Spanning six decades, Garabedian’s exciting narrative paintings and sculptures were both figurative and abstract, taking on large-scale themes…

Gary Brewer at Moorpark College Art Gallery

Gary Brewer at Moorpark College Art Gallery By Genie Davis Through April 5th   Opening March 3rd and running through April 5th at the Moorpark College Art Gallery, Gary Brewer’s solo exhibition, Dark Matter Paintings is a show infused with light and color. Curated by Erika Lizée, the nine large scale works in this stunning…