Andrea Chung in group show at Pérez Art Museum Miami 6.28.19

The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art
July 18, 2019 - June 7, 2020
Pérez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132
The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art is a thematic group exhibition centered on the question, “what might a Caribbean future look like?” With a series of newly commissioned works, The Other Side of Now seeks to think beyond narratives of catastrophe that continue to frame the region in terms of then and ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela featured in Harper’s Magazine 6.27.19

By Rafil Kroll-Zaidi
July 2019 issue
Among a million species now threatened with extinction, marine species are disappearing at twice the rate of terrestrial species, and British hedgehogs are in decline, possibly owing to a loss of hedges. An international team of scientists proposed that China could switch to carbon-negative electricity production through the use of coal; the United Kingdom, where 70 percent of asthma inhalers produce high levels of CO2 emissions, could achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 at a cost of 1 ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby featured in LA Weekly 6.26.19

If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what in the world artists are thinking, The Vision Board Show is a chance to find out. Curated by Elizabeth Valdez, an artist herself and a believer in the power of creative visualization, this pageant of mixed media experimentation brings together dozens of artists — the majority of whom do not usually work in or exhibit anything like collage — to storyboard the ... (read more)

Rebecca Ripple in group exhibition at Governors Island Nolan Park 6.20.19

Imagination of Space
June 22 - July 14
Governors Island Nolan Park
New York City, New York
Imagination of Space, presented by The Cooper Union and curated by Ceren Bingol, is dedicated to the exploration and exhibition of projects in architecture, art, poetry, sound and performance.
Descension is a collection of aerial views of clouds downloaded from the Internet and transferred onto sand bags forming a circle or barricade. Sand bags are tools for protection and isolation. They are used in war and natural ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in group exhibition at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions 6.1.19

A NonHuman Horizon
June 29 - September 1
Opening Reception: June 29th 2-6pm
6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Aritsts: Andrea Chung, Eddie Rodolfo Aparacio, Jenny Yurshansky, and the Harrison Studio.
A NonHuman Horizon explores art that situates California’s ecology in meditations of personal and collective social marginalization. By bringing into dialogue work by Andrea Chung, Eddie Rodolfo Aparacio, Jenny Yurshansky, and the Harrison Studio, this exhibition aims to draw into focus larger questions about the entanglement of the natural world ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby, Jamison Carter and Rodrigo Valenzuela in group show at Kopeikin Gallery 6.1.19

Vision Board: A Group Exhibition
June 29 - August 24
Kopeikin Gallery
2766 La Cienega Blvd.
LosAngeles, CA 90034
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Rebecca Farr in Riot Material 5.30.19

Into The Mythic With Rebecca Farr’s Animal Love Thyself
MAY 30, 2019

at Klowden Mann (through June 15)
When I wrote about Rebecca Farr’s fourth solo exhibit in November of 2016, I said it was everything. I saw the show immediately following the 2016 presidential election and Farr’s show created a nurturing embrace and a place for soul-and nation-searching. In her fifth solo exhibit at Klowden Mann, Animal Love Thyself, Farr’s exhibition again feels like ... (read more)

Katie Herzog group exhibition at Wroclaw, Poland 5.21.19

Print Matters
Organized by Majka Dokudowicz and Mariusz Gorzelak
May 1 - 31
Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Art and Design
Wroclaw, Poland
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Rodrigo Valenzuela at New Museum 5.18.19

Screens Series: Rodrigo Valenzuela
May 21 - July 14, 2019
New Museum
235 Bowery
New York, NY 10002
In his videos and photo-based works, Rodrigo Valenzuela addresses issues and experiences common to working-class people living in the United States, paying special attention to recent immigrants and those of Latinx heritage.
Valenzuela, who immigrated to the US and worked odd jobs as an undocumented laborer before returning to school to study art, brings to his works a keen awareness of the challenges faced by people ... (read more)

George Melrod reviews David Lloyd’s 365 A Year of Drawing 5.18.19

“365 A Year of Drawing:” A Diary of Aesthetic Discovery
By George Melrod
David Lloyd at Klowden Mann
January 5 – February 9, 2019
6023 Washington Boulevard
Culver City, CA, 90232
Los Angeles painter David Lloyd has described his work as examining the ridiculous and the sublime in equal measure, and over the course of his 30-plus-year career his work has never shied away from that improbable balancing act. Never one to fit neatly within any easy label, ... (read more)