The works, and worlds, on display in Hancock’s exhibition seem saturated with a desire for narrative redemption through self-observation and aspects of his Christian upbringing.
Bridget Mullen draws a line between the act of birth and the act of making art.
By negating the figure, Amir H. Fallah expands the limits of portraiture to make space for multiple interpretations.
The technical mastery of Annie Lapin’s paintings is like that of a juggler who can simultaneously toss balls, bowling pins, flaming torches, and a chainsaw.
From local contemporary art to rare surveys on Latin American modernism, there is plenty of good art to see before the new year.
Two gallery shows currently on view in Los Angeles place women artists in conversation with a period of contemporary art history that has been primarily shaped by the output of male artists.