Vida, Pasión y Muerte: Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia at CB1

Vida, Pasión y Muerte: Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia at CB1 By Genie Davis Through October 21st   Vida, pasión y muerte – Life, passion, and death – is a triumphant celebration at CB1 Gallery in DTLA through October 21st. Presented in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia’s exhibition offers a wide and honestly glorious range of works. From…

“Discomposure” at Richard Telles Gallery

Discomposure at Richard Telles Gallery By Genie Davis   Just closed at the Richard Telles Gallery is Discomposure, a strange and mysterious group exhibition featuring the work of Carroll Dunham, Victor Estrada, Elizabeth Murray, and Sterling Ruby. What the artists share is the exhibition’s titular sense of being discomposed, an anxious state that leads to…

CUNT at Venus Over Los Angeles

CUNT at Venus Over Los Angeles By Sydney Walters Through September 2nd   For those versed in feminist art history, Venus Over Los Angeles’s show CUNT, is an intimate art collection from six key players of the feminist art movement. If you are unfamiliar with feminist art history, welcome to a crash course. CUNT has…

William E. Jones at David Kordansky Gallery

William E. Jones Fall into Ruin David Kordansky Gallery By Jody Zellen Through August 26th   What makes William E. Jones’ 30 minute video, Fall into Ruin so seductive and captivating is the use of first person narrative. Via voice over, Jones relates a story about his first trip to Greece in 1982, meeting the…

Summery Appeal: A Group Show Curated by Doug Harvey

Summery Appeal: A Group Show Curated by Doug Harvey The Good Luck Gallery, Chinatown By Shana Nys Dambrot Through August 27th   There are a handful of unforgettable breakout stars among the 50+ artists included in this, the most epic of summer salons. But the true strength of the showing is the sheer breadth of…