Harrison Pearce at Baert Gallery, Los Angeles

Press release: We are outnumbered. Amidst a network of kinetic objects, Harrison Pearce lets us peer into strange relationships. Rigid industrial materials frame organic forms, bulbous and infant sized, simultaneously cradling and stimulating them. A burst of noise, and suddenly something moves. While attempting to locate the unseen event, a viola da gamba soothes us

Cécile B. Evans at Château Shatto, Los Angeles

Press release: Cécile B. Evans’ practice offers percipient, moving accounts of the governance and rebellion of human emotions, in particular as they come into contact with technological and physical structures that seek to rationalize or streamline them. Her films, sculptures and installations articulate moments of dissonance as instruments of capitalist progress and technological advancement come

Andrei Koschmieder at Jenny’s, Los Angeles

Press release: For his debut solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Andrei Koschmieder presents a new series of sculptures of suitcases, specifically drawn from the iconic shape of Rimowa Luggage. Over the past several years, Koschmieder has developed his distinctive technique of sculptural painting hybrids, a peculiar liquefied amalgamation of paper, inkjet dye, spray paint, and

Darren Bader at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

Press release: Blum & Poe is pleased to present character limit, an exhibition by New York-based artist Darren Bader. This is the artist’s second solo show with the gallery. Darren Bader (b. 1978, Bridgeport, CT) lives and works in New York and on the road. Institutional solo exhibitions include (@mined_oud), Madre Museum, Naples, Italy (2017-18);

Mark Grotjahn at LACMA, Los Angeles

Press release: Los Angeles-based artist Mark Grotjahn (b. 1968) has made “Butterfly” compositions since 2002, and the latest to come out of his studio is 50 Kitchens (2013–18), exhibited here for the first time. Conceived as one work, 50 Kitchens takes its inspiration from a single composition (in black and cream-colored pencil) that Grotjahn made

Wendell Dayton at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

Press release: Blum & Poe is pleased to announce the first major solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist Wendell Dayton. Stainless steel sculptures spanning six decades of the artist’s oeuvre populate the entirety of the downstairs and upstairs galleries along with the outdoor gardens. Upon completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Indiana University

“The Conscientious Objector” at Schindler House MAK Center and WEHO TV, Los Angeles

Press release: Public Fiction’s The Conscientious Objector is a multifaceted endeavor that unfurls in parts from February to April 2018. It comprises a publication, a series of artist-made commercials for television, an exhibition of artworks activated by performances, and public programs. To be an object, is to object1 Set in West Hollywood, The Conscientious Objector