Women in Neon at MONA

Women in Neon at MONA By Genie Davis Through February 8th She Bends: Women in Neon at the Museum of Neon Art in Glendale offers 29 women artists working in rich, glowing, lustrous colors, in abstract and figurative forms, in curves and lines and varying textures of light and types of gasses. Featuring the work…

Phyllis Green at Chimento Contemporary

Phyllis Green, Life after Life after Life Chimento Contemporary By Jody Zellen Through December 16th   In “Life after Life after Life” Phyllis Green presents an array of objects —some are wearable, suspended from the ceiling on hand crafted wooden supports that look like walking sticks— others are sculptures on casters that can be repositioned and…

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985

Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960 – 1985 Hammer Museum By Anna Garner Through December 31st   Outside the Europe to NY insular circuit of canonized contributors to linear narratives of art history are the radically branded perspectives of Latin American and Latina artists. While their works may or may not be radical in approach,…

Daniel Joseph Martinez at Roberts & Tilton

Daniel Joseph Martinez I am Ulrike Meinhof or (someone once told me time is a flat circle) Roberts & Tilton By Jody Zellen Through December 16   For Daniel Joseph Martinez, art and politics are inseparable. Martinez is known to shock and challenge viewers but never without purpose. His projects are extremely specific, well researched and…

You’re Invited to Virginia’s House

You’re Invited to Virginia’s House By Genie Davis   Artist Susan Feldman is building a house. In her studio. And not just any house, but Virginia’s Open House. From 1-5 p.m. November 4th and 5th, the artist is inviting viewers to explore her interpretation of a house that long fascinated her. Over the course of…