11 Aug
No, not if it's the playfully subversive street art of Mark Jenkins

We first became aware of the work of Mark Jenkins during a recent Los Angeles gallery show, where his absurd human-like characters dominated the room. Raised in the scintillating art Mecca of Fairfax, VA, it probably wasn’t too obvious to Jenkins as a child that he’d wind up a renowned artist. But despite his rising […]

14 Jan
Jeffrey Deitch brings his business savvy hand to Museum land.

It seems inevitable. Instead of concentrating on the ‘Right Here-Right Now’ creative landscape, the art matrix get swallowed by Board votes, a pedestrian public and the antiquation of large institutions in general. Although MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) boasts the largest Post-World War II collection of modern art, the “C” still stands for Contemporary and […]

25 Aug
It’s A Big Bang Of Cinematic / Surrealist Glory

I didn’t catch the Roy Nachum show before the opening here in LA (kicked off on the 22nd), but it’s running through September 16 and from the few images I’ve seen, it should be a worthwhile trip to the Cerasoli Gallery. Guy’s work is pretty damn extraordinary, if you ask me. Seriously, look close at […]