Kerr was an abstract artist with a vulgar sense of humor.
The Futile Effort of Differentiating Fine Art from Design
The Useful and the Decorative at the Landing explores the relationship between fine art and design, and how the lines blur between them.
Eight Decades of Sculpture by African American Women in LA
Opening this Saturday at Landing Gallery, Signifying Form features sculpture by African American women artists working in Los Angeles between 1935 and 2016.
The Early Life of Bruce Conner and His Rat Bastard Bohemia
To say that Conner was an outsider who also wanted to belong is to barely scratch the surface of his paradoxical persona.
NADA New York Gets Nasty
NADA New York, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s (NADA) hometown art fair, has a reputation for showing a certain type of clinical, vaguely cynical, and aggressively cool contemporary art.