Nick Flessa lays bare the possessions of his mother for the world to see, as they become both an index of her life story and her son’s grief.
Friedrich Kunath’s latest exhibition is fragrant with nostalgia, melancholy, and whimsy.
References to artists and writers that were once prolific members of public life but later chose to vanish from public view are planted throughout Claire Tabouret’s show.
Sam Durant’s exhibition Build Therefore Your Own World at Blum & Poe examines and creates points of connection between the transcendentalists and African Americans.
LOS ANGELES — In the end, I find David Hartt’s exhibition, Interval, produced by LAXART, situated on the second floor of downtown’s Bonaventure Hotel.