Marisa Merz: The Sky Is A Great Space

Marisa Merz: The Sky Is A Great Space UCLA Hammer By Nancy Kay Turner Through August 20th   “The Sky is a Great Space,” exhibited in New York at the Met Breuer last spring, is the first and long overdue retrospective of the sculpture, installation and paintings of the prolific ninety-one year old artist Marisa…

Chrissy Angliker and Ann Lofquist at Craig Krull Gallery

Chrissy Angliker and Ann Lofquist at Craig Krull Gallery By Molly Enholm Through August 19   French artist Eugene Boudin may not be a household name today, but reverberations of the 19th-century artist’s legacy as both artist and teacher clearly linger through today, as evidenced in the sun-drenched compositions of Swiss-American painter Chrissy Angliker. Boudin’s…

Day Jobs: Timothy Nolan, Paralegal

Day Jobs: Timothy Nolan, Paralegal The final part of a week-long series of profiles about artists who work day jobs outside of the art world   By Dani Dodge   Although most artists need day jobs to sustain their practice, it is commonly accepted that the best place for artists to work is within the art…

Day Jobs: Randi Hokett, Set Decorator

Day Jobs: Randi Hokett, Set Decorator   The fifth installment of a weeklong series of profiles about artists who work day jobs outside of the art world   by Dani Dodge   Although most artists need day jobs to sustain their practice, it is commonly accepted that the best place for artists to work is…