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‘What Game Would You Play With This Toy?’ Shocking Designs From Nathaniel Lewis Comment on a Culture of Violence

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran in 2023. We’re publishing this update in honor of our April 2024 exhibition, In My Backyard, which includes work from Nathaniel Lewis. One sunny afternoon Nathaniel ...

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‘What Game Would You Play With This Toy?’ Shocking Designs From Nathaniel Lewis Comment on a Culture of Violence

Photographer Maury Gortemiller Plays ‘Make Believe’ With Donald Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’

“A little hyperbole never hurts,” Donald Trump wrote in his 1987 mega-bestseller The Art of the Deal, a book the former president calls his “second favorite” next to the Bible. “People want to believe that ...

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Photographer Maury Gortemiller Plays ‘Make Believe’ With Donald Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’

Anya Kotler’s Sculpted Paintings Flicker Between Dimensions

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran in 2022. We’re publishing this update in honor of our April 2024 exhibition, In My Backyard, which includes work from Anya Kotler. “The satisfaction of giving ...

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Anya Kotler’s Sculpted Paintings Flicker Between Dimensions

Okuda San Miguel: Kisses Between Universes

A kiss means kinship to world-renowned Spanish painter Okuda San Miguel, even if that kiss takes place between physical and virtual worlds. The artist’s upcoming exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery, Kisses Between Universes, explores the ...

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Okuda San Miguel: Kisses Between Universes

What Is the Future of Museums Today? NOT REAL ART Weighs In on the Conversation [Podcast]

What is the role of museums today? A major three-part exhibition at Mudam Luxembourg (or Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean) reimagines the museum as an active space that is sensitive and receptive to contemporary debates ...

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What Is the Future of Museums Today? NOT REAL ART Weighs In on the Conversation [Podcast]

‘Domestic Demise’: Patty Carroll on the Hilarity, Heartbreak, and Horror of the Female Experience

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran in 2022. We’re publishing this update in honor of our March 2024 exhibition, About Books, which includes work from Patty Carroll. Stuffed into a stove, suffocated ...

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‘Domestic Demise’: Patty Carroll on the Hilarity, Heartbreak, and Horror of the Female Experience

‘Three Dimensional Type’ is Poised for a Revolution

What happens when letterforms transcend their 2D boundaries and become 3D objects you can touch and experience in real life? You get design books like Three Dimensional Type, the latest release from UK publishers Counter-Print. ...

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‘Three Dimensional Type’ is Poised for a Revolution

You’ll Find Painter-Printmaker Caitlin Carcerano in the Bathtub

Caitlin Carcerano sinks into the warm water, submerging everything but her hands, face, and knees, which poke sheepishly above the rim of her turquoise-colored tub. “The bath is a place where people can feel safe, ...

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You’ll Find Painter-Printmaker Caitlin Carcerano in the Bathtub

The Care Bears Come to Los Angeles in Corey Helford’s New Exhibition

Who’s your favorite Care Bear™️? Was it Birthday Bear, the orange cub with a cupcake on his stomach? How about Grumpy Bear, the Eeyore of Care-a-Lot Castle? If you grew up in the ’80s (hello, ...

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The Care Bears Come to Los Angeles in Corey Helford’s New Exhibition

Alexandra N. Sherman Recasts Women in the Role of Death

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran in 2022. We’re publishing this update in honor of our March 2024 exhibition, About Books, which includes work from Alexandra N. Sherman. “Things That Should Be ...

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Alexandra N. Sherman Recasts Women in the Role of Death

Celebrate International Women’s Day With 10 Female Artists Who Span the Globe

Art history has a terrible track record when it comes to acknowledging women’s accomplishments in the field. Thankfully, March is Women’s History Month, and today is International Women’s Day—now is the perfect time to brush ...

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Celebrate International Women’s Day With 10 Female Artists Who Span the Globe

Photographer Andrew Soria Critiques L.A.’s Housing Crisis in ‘Beverly Row’

Seven years ago, photographer Andrew Soria picked up his camera and planted his feet in California, trading his former home in Florida for a downtown loft in the City of Angels. A self-described fitness buff, ...

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Photographer Andrew Soria Critiques L.A.’s Housing Crisis in ‘Beverly Row’

Improvisational Paintings From Thomas Brodhead Reveal the Pressures of Modern Life

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this post ran in 2022. We’re publishing this update in honor of our March 2024 exhibition, About Books, which includes work from Thomas Brodhead. “Arranging black glyphs on white ...

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Improvisational Paintings From Thomas Brodhead Reveal the Pressures of Modern Life

Catch Up on Season One of ‘Remote,’ Our Six-Part Series on Contemporary Public Art

How does public art in the U.S. reflect and shape our communities and cultural identities? It’s a question that has long fascinated L.A. filmmaker Badir McCleary, who began scouting locations for a video series on ...

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Catch Up on Season One of ‘Remote,’ Our Six-Part Series on Contemporary Public Art

Boundless/Binding: A New Narrative Emerges From the Middle East

What does it mean to belong in a restless, ever-changing world? Los Angeles gallery Subliminal Projects aims to answer this question with Boundless/Binding, a group exhibition featuring new work from globally based Middle Eastern female ...

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Boundless/Binding: A New Narrative Emerges From the Middle East
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