The Italian fashion house designed costumes for the program, which was organized by the Pinault Collection in Venice.
The Italian fashion house designed costumes for the program, which was organized by the Pinault Collection in Venice.
"Inspired by Titian’s “The Flaying of Marsyas,” the midcareer artist is showing a series of shadowy and somber works at Museo di Palazzo Grimani."
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Cirrus Gallery & Cirrus Editions Ltd. congratulates Allan McCollyum on his two upcoming exhibitions at Galerie Thomas Shulte in Berlin.
Parrasch Heijnen is pleased to present "Tony DeLap and his Circle," a scholarly view of DeLap's six-decade long career marked by the sustained and wide-ranging impact he and his oeuvre have had on generations of artists.
LA Louver delighted to announce that a selection of artworks by Moses will be available to view at our Venice Beach gallery from May 11 until July 9, 2022.
Cirrus Gallery and Cirrus Editoins Ltd.congratulates Farah Atassi on her third solo exhibition at Almine Rech, on view in Shanghai from April 8 to May 14, 2022..
Cirrus congratulates Barbara T. Smith of her upcoming exhibition Holy Squash at Andrew Kreps Gallery.
Cirrus congratulates Lita Albuquerque on Liquid Light, a solo exhibition presented by bardoLA’s as part of their third official Collateral Event at the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
Cirrus Gallery congradulates Math Bass on their upcoming exhibition 'clown alley' at Tanya Leighton, Berlin.
Cirrus Gallery congradulates Allan McCollum on Traces: Past and Present, an exhibition of three individual projects on view at Petzel Gallery in Chelsea, at 456 West 18th Street, from January 14 to February 19.
This exhibition is shaped by the forces of proximity, friendship, generosity, and longevity. Buchanan, Hafif, and Smith met in the newly formed MFA program at UC Irvine and remained friends for life.
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GLENDALE, CA - Glendale Library, Arts & Culture presents Let Me Talk, a provocative exhibition featuring paintings, sculptures, installation, and photography by a diverse group of 24 artists. This exhibit, curated by Ada Pullini Brown and Jill Sykes, will be at the Brand Library & Art Center from January 22, 2022 - March 19, 2022. Let Me Talk includes a special edition portfolio of 52 new prints called Utopia/Dystopia, which were produced at the famed East Los Angles printmaking workshop, Self Help Graphics.
Cirrus congratulates Jonas Wood on his forthcoming exhibition, Plants and Animals, at David Kordansky, opening January 22, 2022.
We are excited to be back in person at Untitled Miami.
Untitled Art Fair is an innovative and inclusive platform for discovering contemporary art. It balances intellectual integrity with cutting-edge experimentation, refreshing the standard fair model by embracing a unique curatorial approach.
Cirrus congratulates Jonas Wood on his forthcoming exhibition at Gagosian Hong Kong, opening November 23.
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For more than 50 years, the renowned L.A. print shop Cirrus Editions has worked with hundreds of artists to create compelling and innovative original prints. Join Cirrus founder Jean Milant and LACMA curator Leslie Jones as they discuss the workshop’s past and present, including reflections and anecdotes from artists and printers.
Gazelli Art House represented artist Derek Boshier brings a solo exhibition to the London gallery, unveiling two series, Icarus and K Pop. The exhibition coincides with Frieze London and will incorporate a programme of corresponding events to be revealed closer to the time.
Craig Kauffman's initial interest in printmaking emerged while he was attending UCLA. He likely worked with the well-respected John Paul Jones, who established the school's printmaking department. Entrance to the City (1952) displays Kauffman's early fascination with the work of Paul Klee. Despite the elementary appearance of three untitled lithographs from 1953, Kauffman's stick figures holding hands reference sexual identity in the shape of their heads — a V for the female and an upward arrow for the male.
Often featuring bright underglaze colors contrasting with dark, glossy glazes, the pots range from small, handheld cup- or bowl-like pieces to massive vases, urn-like pots, and large platters. Herman also employs many drawing and painting techniques, including inlay, scraffito, wax resist, oxide wash, and combinations of underglaze and glaze.
Brian Gross Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of Peter Alexander: DEEP DIVE, on Thursday, September 9th. On view will be nine paintings made of oil, acrylic, and resin on aluminum exploring the luminous properties of light as seen through water. A quintessentially California artist, Peter Alexander (1939–2020) was associated throughout his career with the Light and Space movement in Los Angeles, beginning in the 1960s, and garnered an international acclaim for his sculptures, paintings, and installations investigating the properties of light and color. The exhibition will be on view through November 6, 2021.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco celebrate pioneering feminist artist Judy Chicago with a retrospective spanning from her early engagement with the Californian Light and Space Movement in the 1960s to her current body of work, a searing investigation of mortality and environmental devastation, begun in 2015. The exhibition includes approximately 130 paintings, prints, drawings, and ceramic sculptures, in addition to ephemera, several films, and a documentary. Together, these works of art chart the boundary-pushing path of the artist named Cohen by birth and Gerowitz by marriage, who, after trying to fit into the patriarchal structure of the Los Angeles art world, decided to change her name and the course of history.
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The Education Lab at Hauser & Wirth Menorca is an integral element of Mark Bradford’s exhibition ‘Masses and Movements,’ on view until 31 October 2021. This project was created by students from Escola d’Art de Menorca in collaboration with Mark Bradford, Marcos Lopez, España Martinez, and Lola Mercadal. There will be further opportunities for visitors to engage in hands-on activities, and the space is dedicated to public engagement program throughout the duration of the exhibition.
RON COOPER | CARS & BARS
When visiting Ron Cooper’s Taos studio, one is immediately aware of the artist’s other passion – cars – vintage cars that he races. His 1936 “Black Beauty” Ford five window coupe parked directly in front of the studio is the first attraction even before entering the building. But there is a relationship here – much like Cooper’s art, these beautiful cars, including the two that will be on display in Ron Cooper: Cars & Bars, draw the viewer in with their simple, classic forms, finish-fetish surfaces, and custom detailing.
For more than 50 years, the renowned L.A. print shop Cirrus Editions has worked with hundreds of artists to create compelling and innovative original prints. Join Cirrus founder Jean Milant and LACMA curator Leslie Jones as they discuss the workshop’s past and present, including reflections and anecdotes from artists and printers: July 20th at 5:00PM PST on Zoom.
Cirrus Gallery, an internationally-recognized contemporary art gallery and fine art edition publisher, specializing in art from the 1970s to the present, is seeking a highly motivated and organized individual to join its small, flexible team in downtown Los Angeles.
Tanya Leighton is proud to present Altered Future, a selection of new paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists from the gallery’s programme. Our present reality has taken a counterfactual turn. We are made unavoidably aware that the course of world events can be unexpectedly diverted, and that even apparently singular events are differently experienced by communities and consciousnesses. In Altered Future, intergenerational artistic voices reflect upon fragility, daring to imagine new landscapes of labour, desire, identity and community. The artworks are contextualised and elaborated through short videos and commissioned texts by art historians and critics including Shiva Balaghi, Sonja-Maria Borstner and Sabrina Tarasoff.
A conversation about the art of telling stories with the South African artist Simphiwe Ndzube, who works between Cape Town and Los Angeles and whose first solo US museum exhibition opens this month at the Denver Art Museum, and the renowned writer Zakes Mda, whose novels are widely read throughout South Africa and beyond. The two dissect their magical realist stories of post-apartheid South Africa and their experiences of America on the page and on canvas—and try to locate the source of their own magic.
Garth Greenan Gallery is pleased to announce Alexis Smith: Not in Utopia, an exhibition of four monumental installations at 545 West 20th Street. Opening on Thursday, June 10, 2021, the exhibition features a selection of Smith’s immersive wall murals, all created between 1980 and 1982. Works like Tightrope (1980), Cathay (1981), Satan's Satellites (1982), and Fool’s Gold (1982) extend into three dimensions, transforming gallery walls into theatrical backdrops—augmenting her unique form of conceptual art suffused with the imagery of Hollywood and the American West.
David Kordansky Gallery is pleased to announce a solo presentation of paintings by Raul Guerrero at Art Basel OVR: Portals from June 16 through 19. An online exhibition featuring an interview with the artist about his paintings will be presented concurrently on our website.
"My forms are not rendered spatially. My paintings of tennis courts are about an interest in abstraction, and how the court becomes a geometric puzzle."
Holly Harrell's work is featured in the inaugural issue of Line Magazine "Resort" alongside Anna Feigenbaum, Covey Gong, Andi Lu, Jasmine Marin, Maya Murali, Andrew Nemiroski, Seva Olenin, Mandi Porcelli, Diamond Stingily, and Sua Yoo.
Over the last three decades, Los Angeles-based artist Mary Weatherford has developed a rich and diverse painting practice: from early target paintings in the 1990s based on operatic heroines, to expansive, gestural canvases overlaid with neon glass-tubing that brought attention to Weatherford’s practice in the 2010s. Mary Weatherford: Canyon—Daisy—Eden presents a survey of Weatherford’s career, drawing from several distinct bodies of work made between 1989–2017. As constant experiments with color, scale, and materials, these works reveal the continuity of Weatherford’s preoccupation with memory and experience, both personal and historical.
The Cross Cultural Female Gaze
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Manal Ataya, Director General of the Sharjah Museums Authority
Alia Ali, artist
Lita Albuquerque, artist
Rania Matar, photographer
A strained, stretched, widening, loosened metaphor, one that gives lights and receives them, might be the best way to describe Math Bass’ work. Yet metaphor is an easy interpretational mode that relies too heavily on iconography. Morever, description logo-centrically implies that all that is felt can be written or painted, that you actually can describe what bottoming is like to someone who has yet to do it. A simile might be better. In this moment, it seems more capacious. Bass’ work is like a ride on the Long Island Rail Road, winding through a certain kind of world, in which crushed skulls and young love happen simultaneously and often unnoticed, where aspiration and reality meet, where the Piano Man’s jar is filled up with cock-like bread, where hearts are broken and lose their three-dimensionality, only to unflatten at the sight of beautiful arms at work on a floor.