Morgan Mandalay in LA Times 4.23.19

Morgan Mandalay, "And forgive us our trespasses (detail)," 2019, oil on canvas. (Klowden Mann Gallery)
Review: In Morgan Mandalay’s new paintings, life carries on as Eden burns


Nature is doing surprisingly well in 11 new paintings by Morgan Mandalay. Humanity? Not so much.

At Klowden Mann Gallery, the Chicago-based artist’s solo L.A. debut has trees aflame in dark and coagulated landscapes. Fish rot, boughs decay, hanging fruit glows ... (read more)

Morgan Mandalay featured in Wall Street International 4.19.19

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Morgan Mandalay in Autre 4.19.19


text and photographs by Summer Bowie
April 19, 2019

Are you staring directly into the mouth of the beast, or are you indeed sitting inside said mouth, observing the surreal landscape below? This is just one of the many visual homonyms that are ever-present in the works of Morgan Mandalay. For his first solo exhibition at Klowden Mann in Los Angeles, the Chicago-based artist has painted worlds that are rife with reference to ... (read more)

Morgan Mandalay featured in Journal 4.18.19

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Bettina Hubby joins the Joslyn Museum collection 4.3.19

Bettina Hubby joins the Joslyn Museum collection. (read more)

Andrea Chung in group show at Joan Mitchell Foundation 4.3.19

Joan Mitchell, Faded Air II, 1985. Oil on canvas, 102 x 102 in. (259.08 x 259.08 cm). Private collection, © Estate of Joan Mitchell.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2018
Over the last 25 years, the Joan Mitchell Foundation has awarded grants to more than 1,000 artists, totaling over $15 million in direct, unrestricted funding. Hundreds more artists have been supported through $8 million in grants given to arts organizations nationwide, as well as through the Foundation’s education programming, free online resources, and ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in solo show at Arróniz in Mexico City 4.2.19

Rodrigo Valenzuela
Opening Reception: April 6, 12-3pm
Tabasco 198, Roma Nte., 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico (read more)

Andrea Chung on panel in San Diego 4.2.19

California Lawyers for the Arts is proud to present our first annual San Diego based symposium in collaboration with Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Public Interest Law Foundation:

This inaugural event will examine the intersection of art praxis and legal issues with a focus on the border region. We invite artists, lawyers, scholars, and students to explore, complicate, and expand our understandings of how art and law intermingle in form, ownership, exhibition and dissemination, as well as the public's relationship to art and art ... (read more)

Megan Cotts in VoyageLA 4.1.19

Meet Megan Cotts

Today we’d like to introduce you to Megan Cotts.
Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
My mother is an animator and my father a cinematographer. I grew up making things for every occasion. My mother would require everything to look beautiful, to be decorated, to have an aesthetic touch. Every cake top was a project; every doll needed a hand-made dress. I loved all of it and dove in enthusiastically. I learned ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in The State Press 3.28.19

Photo by Imani Randle | The State Press
Artist Rodrigo Valenzuela poses for a photo near Neeb Hall on campus in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, March 26, 2019.
Herberger Institute lecture series brings visiting artists to ASU
Rodrigo Valenzuela and Val Britton visit ASU’s Tempe campus for the 2019 Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series
By Samia Salahi | 03/27/19 4:27am
Visiting artists lead talks about their recent art pursuits and the development of their creative process through ASU’s ... (read more)