Tag Archives: Los Angeles

Opinion

Beyond the White Cube: Asad Faulwell. Painter.

Asad Faulwell’s painterly style draws from traditional Islamic art but his treatment of the canvas and the subject matter is rooted in a contemporary context.

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Beyond the White Cube: Rosson Crow. Painter.

I stopped by Rosson Crow’s studio a few weeks ago as she put the finishing touches on a new series of paintings for her upcoming solo show at Honor Fraser.

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Beyond the White Cube: Rodarte. Fashion designers.

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Beyond the White Cube: Jennifer West. Film and mixed-media artist.

I first saw Jennifer West’s work at Art Basel in 2008 and was intrigued.  Her edgy West Coast rock n roll vibe was refreshing, particularly in that context.

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Beyond the White Cube: Stephanie Pryor. Painter

When Los Angeles painter Stephanie Pryor stepped away from abstraction, she took a gamble with her career.

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Beyond the White Cube: Amir H. Fallah, Painter and Mixed-Media Artist.

I recently stopped by my friend Amir’s studio to catch up and see his new series.  He has taken his paintings to a whole other level, both in subject matter and scale. Never one to shy away from bold colors, his brightly-hued palate is all the more powerful in these large works. Amir was kind enough to give us a sneak peak at a brand new series that has yet to be exhibited. And, ever the aesthete, his purple t-shirt fit in perfectly with the blue, purple and pink under (and over) tones of his work!

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Articles

Emerging in LA

The Art Newspaper

October 2011

 

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Artist Interview: Glenn Kaino

The Art Newspaper

October 2011

When Glenn Kaino thought the art world was getting too obsessed with money, he retreated into the realm of magic

Cutting-edge work: A Walk Through China, 2011, Glenn Kaino chopping up China Chow

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Opinion

Beyond the White Cube: Gustavo Godoy, sculptor and mixed-media artist.

When I recently discovered Gustavo Godoy’s work, I quickly added him to my ever-growing “must visit asap” list.  His manipulation of industrial materials is masterful and the concepts he addresses give his body of work incredible depth and nuance.  I’m looking forward to his solo show at Honor Fraser in April 2012.  His studio was amazing, my head practically spun around on my body trying to take it all in.

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Beyond the White Cube: Chris Natrop, Installation Artist