Susan Feldman and  Axel Wilhite at Launch LA

Susan Feldman and  Axel Wilhite at Launch LA through January 6th, 2018 Launch LA, Los Angeles By Genie Davis Launch LA is home to two fine solo shows this month, Susan Feldman’s Crossed Sections and Axel Wilhite’s Virtual Memory. While Wilhite works with computer memory chips as his material, painting perfectly realized, minute works depicting…

Channing Hansen’s Fluid Dynamics

Channing Hansen’s Fluid Dynamics through January 6, 2018 Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills By Lorraine Heitzman Had you lived during the First World War and by some miracle of time travel seen Channing Hansen’s show, you could be forgiven for thinking that Franz Marc had picked up knitting needles. The work that fills both rooms…

Tomory Dodge at Cherry and Martin

Tomory Dodge at Cherry and Martin By Lorraine Heitzman Through January 16th   Tomory Dodge has opened with a strong hand in his first show at Cherry and Martin after his former gallery, Acme, abruptly closed their doors in June. The Culver City gallery was quick to sign up an artist they had admired for…

Laura Aguilar: A Three Decade Retrospective

Laura Aguilar: A Three Decade Retrospective at Vincent Price Museum through February 10, 2018 By Genie Davis   At the Vincent Price Museum through February 10th, Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell is a vast and stunning retrospective of Los Angeles photographer Laura Aguilar’s work over the past three decades. A part of PST LA/LA, the exhibition…

Astrid Preston at Craig Krull Gallery

Astrid Preston, Upside Down World Craig Krull Gallery By Jody Zellen Through November 25, 2017   Astrid Preston paints the landscape. She is infatuated by the wonders and beauty of nature and her works often depict rolling hills, ponds with lily pads and flower-filled gardens glistening in the daylight. While how and what is seen is…

Kim Dingle at Susanne Vielmetter

Kim Dingle, YIPES Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles Projects By Jody Zellen Through November 11th   Kim Dingle’s first installation at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects takes command of the entire gallery. YIPES fills four discrete rooms with three bodies of interrelated new works. Dingle carefully crafts a trajectory from room to room where autonomous series of…