Marine Salon Opening

Thanks to everyone involved in making Saturday night’s opening reception such a wonderful success!  The exhibition I guest curated is on view at Marine Salon in Los Angeles through September 15, by appointment only. For more information, please email me directly or see below.


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Courtesy of You Are the River

Beyond the White Cube: Paris, Part II: Laurent Grasso’s Strange and Wonderful World

“1610 I”, 2011.

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Modern Painters: Sarah Cain

Sarah Cain in front of “In Loving Memory of Your Mind”

In Sarah Cain’s As You Continue to Walk Forward, her 2008 site-specific installation at the Orange County Museum of Art, fluorescent colors and patterns crawl up and dripped down walls, ceilings, and floors.  The geometric composition in Midnight Mission, from 2009, begins on a canvas and extends beyond its edge and onto the adjacent walls and floor.  In Santa Barbara 2, 2011, a deconstructed canvas reveals the architecture of its stretcher bars, an integral component of the work.  So, is Cain a painter, a sculptor, or an installation artist?  ”I’m a painters,” she says.  ”I think of it all as painting.  Great painting should expand what painting can be.”

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Hussein Chalayan
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.


Paris, Part I: Who Says Art Can’t Be Fun?

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Berndnaut Smilde, “Nimbus II” 2012.
Saatchi Gallery, London, June 2012

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Vinyl Tape Flooring by Jim Lambie

Courtesy of Jen Wren Tumblr

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Rue de Seine, Paris, May 2012.

Beyond the White Cube: Dawn Kasper’s Studio Within A Museum

LA-based artist Dawn Kasper has been receiving attention for This Could Be Something If I Let It, her studio-within-a-museum installation at this year’s Whitney Biennale.  The exhibition is up for just one more week so this is the last chance to view a performance that stands out as one of the most compelling pieces at the Biennale.

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