Irving Penn: Burning Off the Page – Pace Gallery Los Angeles

Irving Penn: Burning Off the Page brings together 44 works created by the artist between the late 1930s and early 2000s. Curated by art historian Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition centers on the formal strategies and experimentations that shaped Penn’s distinctive style, which he termed “photographism.” View More…

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All Signs Point to No, by Travis Lampe. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce their next major solo show All Signs Point to No, featuring new works from Chicago-based artist, illustrator, and toymaker Travis Lampe. Set to premiere August 6th in Gallery 3, the show will be on view through September 10th. The topsy turvy world portrayed in Lampe’s paintings is a…

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Mika Rottenberg. Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

Los Angeles… Hauser & Wirth is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Mika Rottenberg, the first major presentation of her work on the West Coast. The exhibition celebrates the global release of ‘Remote’ in late September: her first feature-length film, made in collaboration with filmmaker Mahyad Tousi. Opening 23…

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Hikari Shimoda: Fight to Live in the Void. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce their next major solo show Fight to Live in the Void, featuring new works from Japanese artist Hikari Shimoda and set to premiere June 25th in the Main Gallery. Inspired by her own unique take on Japanese manga, Shimoda arrived onto the international scene in 2014 with her U.S. exhibition Fantastic Planet,…

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Asian World Film Festival to Hold Taiwan Film Day in L.A.

LOS ANGELES, June 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Asian World Film Festival will be holding a special Taiwan Film Day this Sunday, June 5 at the Landmark in Westwood, together with the Taiwan Academy of the Taipei Economic Office and Cultural Office in Los Angeles and with the Asia Society Southern California. The event will feature a…

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Fawn Rogers: Your Perfect Plastic Heart. Wilding Cran Gallery

Wilding Cran Gallery is pleased to present Your Perfect Plastic Heart, an exhibition of Fawn Rogers’ aesthetic meditations on the oyster as an allegory of life and death, idolatry and empathy, eros and destruction in the Anthropocene. Imbued with connotations of sensuality, sanctity, and invasion, the oyster has long been portrayed as…

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Future Seasons, by Kai & Sunny. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce their next major solo show, entitled Future Seasons, featuring new works from London-based award-winning artist duo Kai & Sunny. Debuting on May 14th in Gallery 2, this new body of work from Kai & Sunny showcases their uniquely distinguishable compositions of acrylic paintings on linen canvas and archival…

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Julian Schnabel in Los Angeles. Pace Gallery

Julian Schnabel inaugurates our new gallery in Los Angeles with an exhibition titled For Esmé — with Love and Squalor. Featuring 13 new velvet paintings and a large-scale bronze sculpture, the exhibition is titled after a short story by J.D. Salinger and manifests the need for optimism in the face of violence…

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Mustafa Ali Clayton at Wilding Cran Gallery

Wilding Cran Gallery is pleased to present VA, by Mustafa Ali Clayton, curated by Karon Davis, a meditation on the iconography of Black womanhood through a personification of fertility, endurance, grace, and fortitude. Drawing upon past aesthetic and thematic explorations, Clayton’s practice is deeply rooted in adapting traditional techniques to contemporary…

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Marcia Hafif: An Extended Gray Scale. Fergus McCaffrey

Jarl Mohn and Fergus McCaffrey Gallery are pleased to present a site-specific installation of Marcia Hafif’s monumental 1972–73 work, An Extended Gray Scale, at 5142 West Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles—coinciding with the 2022 edition of Frieze Los Angeles. Over the course of five decades, Marcia Hafif embarked on a systematic exploration into the…

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Corey Helford Gallery presents ‘Fab Five’ exhibition (2/19)?

Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce Fab Five—a five-artist exhibition featuring new works from Jesús Aguado, Kari Tirrell, Leegan Koo, Sun-Mi, and Yasuhito Kawasaki—opening Saturday, February 19th in Gallery 2. About Jesús Aguado’s new series Foreign Body: Jesús Aguado is a Spanish illustrator who creates works that encompass parallel and surreal universes and are full of unexpected juxtapositions without written rules.…

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Frieze Los Angeles 2022. Stephen Friedman Gallery

This week, we look forward to the opening of Frieze Los Angeles 2022, with a solo presentation by Grenadian-British artist Denzil Forrester. Coming up next week, Holly Hendry joins Daniel S. Palmer in conversation to discuss her forthcoming projects and current solo exhibition ‘Fatty Acids’ in Gallery 2. Frieze Los Angeles 2022 Frieze Los Angeles…

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