Tala Madani at David Kordansky, Los Angeles

Press release: Tala Madani makes paintings and animated videos whose indelible images bring together wide-ranging modes of critique. She uses humor not only to upend social mores, but also to open up dialogue about cultural forms that too often remain in the background of collective awareness. In so doing, she also upsets formal and art

Sanya Kantarovsky at Marc Foxx, Los Angeles

Press release: Gushers are rectangular shaped snacks made from sugar and fruit juice, with small amounts of other ingredients. These may include—but are not limited to—embarrassment, thwarted plans, swollen glands, unpleasant sexual encounters, arrests, indifference in the face of disaster, childish tastes, wet hands and questionable intentions. Surrounded by a chewy gelatinous sugar coating, the

“Solutions to Compound Problems” at 356 Mission, Los Angeles

Press release: SOLUTIONS TO COMPOUND PROBLEMS depicts two site-specific works at Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin. The interior architectural features of the gallery, located in a Gründerzeit-era apartment, formed the basis of the first work, Toter Winkel (2010). The second work, Untitled (2014), portrays three gallerists of matrilineal descent, Monika Schmela, Ulrike Schmela-Brüning, and Lena Brüning,

LACMA, Los Angeles presents “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective”

LACMA Presents Groundbreaking Retrospective of American Sculptor Ken Price Exhibition Traces the Artist’s Sculptural Practice of More Than Fifty Years and features Gallery Installation Designed by Frank Gehry (Los Angeles, June 13, 2012) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective, a groundbreaking exhibition featuring 100 works by the prolific

Leonor Antunes at Marc Foxx, Los Angeles

Marc Foxx is pleased to present our first U.S. solo exhibition by Portuguese artist, Leonor Antunes. Leonor Antunesʼ work is derived and conceptualized by measurement, material and site, re-contextualizing geographical standards of measurement and blending the accumulated research into her own sculptural project. In the making of the exhibition assembled, moved, re-arranged and scrapped continuously,