A Matter of Public Record at Durden and Ray

A Matter of Public Record at Durden and Ray through September 29th   By Patrick Quinn Our current presidential administration has managed to do something that hasn’t happened in decades; make political art more than just relevant – now it’s hip and trendy as well. We are a country divided not only by policy, but by…

Manipulating the Masters: Christina Ramos at Gabba Gallery

Manipulating the Masters: Christina Ramos Gabba Gallery   By Patrick Quinn For the past five years, Gabba Gallery has showcased a variety of street artists. Gallery owner Jason Ostro has also introduced the Gabba Alley Project in which local painters create murals to beautify the neighborhood. Christina Ramos’ solo show currently on display at Gabba…

Kim Schoenstadt and Cole Case at Chimento Contemporary

Two Solo Shows at Chimento Contemporary; Kim Schoenstadt, Context v. Perspective and Cole Case, Riding Shotgun in the Sky   Through May 5, 2018 By Jody Zellen Kim Schoenstadt is interested in architecture, perspective and point of view. To that end, she makes works that appear flat and dimensional simultaneously. In her prize winning installation at the 2018…

Andrea Bersaglieri, Suburban Nature, Curved Line Space; Photo credit Hagop Najarian

Andrea Bersaglieri’s Suburban Nature at Curve Line Space

Andrea Bersaglieri’s Suburban Nature through April 21 Curve Line Space, Los Angeles By Patrick Quinn On a recent damp and drizzly Saturday night, a large crowd attended the opening of “Suburban Nature”, Andrea Bersaglieri’s solo show at Curve Line Space. The presentation was simple and straightforward. Three white walls displaying thirteen paintings; a few are…

PRISMS: Five Artists Make Magic With Light at FOCA

PRISMS: Five Artists Make Magic With Light through Friday, March 23 Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles By Patrick Quinn Can light be art? Or more to the point, can one manipulate light to create art? It’s a unique creative medium that most would associate with the Burning Man Festival rather than a respected art museum.…