Using grand scale, lush color, and time-intensive labor, Hayley Barker creates artwork that magnifies the sublime in that which is often overlooked.
Kandis Williams’s Flourishing Black Feminist Vision
Williams, who just won the Made in LA award, readdresses harms wrought by capitalism, colonialism, and anti-Black rhetoric.
A Surreal Portrait of Solitude and Isolation During 2020
Running like a red thread through Marcel Alcalá’s paintings and ceramics is a quiet foreboding, winding along the ocean floor of the subconscious.
The Many Shades and Meanings of the Color Blue
An exhibition meditates on blue’s various connotations and how it manifests in politics.
Gas, a New Gallery Inside a Truck, Parks Itself in LA
Gas, a new nomadic gallery, will be stationed next to different partner institutions around LA for each exhibition, beginning September 9 with Night Gallery.
Artists Serve Up a Book of Recipes and Conversations at Night Gallery
Salad for President, launching June 3 at Night Gallery, draws connections between the worlds of art and food.
Portraits of Artists and Writers Who Vanished From Public View
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.
In Mexico City, an Alternative Art Fair Builds a Community
MEXICO CITY — As blue chip galleries courted international collectors at the city’s biggest art fair on the fringes of the tony neighborhood of Polanco, a smaller and more intimate fair opened on Thursday night across town.
Why Are Art Openings on Thursday in NY and Saturday in LA?
LOS ANGELES — The rivalry between New York and Los Angeles runs deep: seasons vs. sunshine, pizza vs. tacos, Biggie vs. Tupac. For the art world, add to that list opening nights.