Joshua Petker | “The Flirt: A Conversation” | Juxtapoz
Marisa Adesman | “No, That’s Not A Fork In The Path; It’s An Owl | Flaunt
Greg Ito | Art Basel Hong Kong 2021 Announces Exhibitors List | artnet
Janet Werner | Casey Lesser On The Multifaceted Prism of Female-Led Contemporary Art | Vogue Italia
Cosmo Whyte | Five Questions | Elephant
Tina Girouard | Using Black Anarchitecture to Construct a New South | Hyperallergic
Jibade-Khalil Huffman at EPOCH | Review | CARLA
Alec Egan | Ministers of the interior: the radical reinvention of the domestic portrait | Financial Times
Cosmo Whyte | Los Angeles Art Guide for December | Hyperallergic
Zoé Blue M | Passionate Attitudes | Office Magazine
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | The Artists’ Artists | Artforum
Jordan Nassar | How the Asia Society Triennial Shows ‘Delegated Handicraft as the Emblematic Trend of the Moment | artnet News
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | Climate Changing at the Wexner Center for the Arts | E-Flux
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | How Art is Changing Public Spaces | KCET
Jordan Nassar | 4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now | The New York Times
Jordan Nassar | Take 5: Embroidered Landscapes | Design Milk
Jordan Nassar | Diasporic Landscapes: Jordan Nassar Interviewed | BOMB Magazine
Anat Ebgi | Two New Exhibitions On View Now | Harpers Bazaar Arabia
Jordan Nassar | “In The Studio” by Roy Beeson for Robb Report
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | “Art Basel OVR:2020: Participating Galleries, Artists, and Highlights” by Mark Westall for FAD Magazine
Greg Ito for Hi Fructose Magazine by Liz Ohanesian
Cosmo Whyte | “The Migrant’s Journey: Artist Cosmo Whyte forges a new identity in a new land” by Catherine Gaugh for the San Diego Union-Tribune
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | “Artist taps into racial injustice, powerful imagery for MOCA Tucson exhibit” by
Tina Girouard | Review by Tausif Noor for Artforum
Alec Egan |”17 Artists Reimagining the Still Life” by Alina Cohen for Artsy
Alec Egan | “Painter Alec Egan’s Luscious Interiors and Brightly Lit Landscapes Are the Subject of a New Show at Anat Ebgi” by Caroline Goldstein for artnetnews
Tina Girouard | “Tina Girouard’s Elevated Patterns” by Tessa Moldan for Ocula Magazine
Greg Ito | “From Canvas to Cardboard” by Steve Chiotakis for KCRW
Greg Ito | “Art Insider: Artist sets up sign-making stations at LA protests” by Lindsay Preston Zappas for KCRW
Greg Ito | 7 Artists On Creating New Work During Quarantine by Claire Voon for Artsy
Jen DeNike | “Julia Stoschek presents her media art collection online” in e-flux
Anat Ebgi | Los Angeles Dealers Create Their Own Virtual Gallery by Jori Finkel for The New York Times
Tina Girouard (1946 – 2020) | Artforum
Tina Girouard | Freewheeling Artist of the 1970s New York Scene is Dead at 73 by Alex Greeberger for ARTnews
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | That Feeling When by Lumi Tan for Mousse Magazine
Jordan Nassar | The Art Show at the Armory by Martha Schwendener for The New York Times
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | Review in Artillery by Leanna Robinson
Greg Ito | “10 Best Booths at Frieze Los Angeles” for Artsy
Greg Ito | “Frieze Los Angeles Opens With Big Sales to Mega-Celebrities and Hollywood Muscle Alike” for Artnet News
Hyperallergic | “This Year, Frieze Los Angeles Feels Grand, Celebratory, and Actually Kind of Fun” by Renée Reizman
Los Angeles Times |”How do you gear up for Frieze Los Angeles?” by Deborah Vankin
Hyperallergic | “Hollywood Myths and Latinex Art Histories at LA’s Frieze Projects” by Matt Stromberg
KCET | “Frieze Los Angeles Excavates the City’s Multilayered Stories” by Erica Rawles
Artnet News | “Here’s Your Go-To Guide to Los Angeles During Frieze Week 2020” by Eileen Kinsella
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | Frieze Los Angeles: Shows to See by Tessa Moldan for Ocula Magazine
Cosmo Whyte | “Mining the Body for Gold,” interviewed by TK Smith for Art Papers
Janet Werner in Artforum by Ara Osterweil
Jibade-Khalil Huffman | If Identity’s Kaleidoscopic, Let’s Loop It by Marcel Alcalá for Flaunt
Jordan Nassar in Artforum by Murtaza Vali
Tina Girouard | Is Bigger Better? Art Basel Miami Beach Tests the Waters with Meridians | Cultured
Jordan Nassar | What Stuck at Art Basel Miami Beach | Cultured
Tina Girouard | “Art Basel’s Monumental Meridians Sector” | Cool Hunting
Tina Girouard | Meridians: Art That’s Just Too Awesome For an Art Fair | artnet
Srijon Chowdhury featured on Art Viewer
Tina Girouard | Your Concise Guide to Miami Art Week 2019 | Hyperallergic
Cosmo Whyte | “Artadia to Significantly Expand Grant-Making Programs” | ARTnews
Cosmo Whyte at MOCA Georgia reviewed by TK Smith for Arts ATL.
Tina Girouard | “What to See at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019” | Yahoo! News
Tina Girouard | A New Platform for Massive Art, Here’s What’s New at Art Basel Miami Beach This Year | Eileen Kinsella for artnet
Document Journal reviews Jordan Nassar’s solo exhibition at CCA Tel Aviv, written by Aaron Hicklin.
Tina Girouard featured in Christopher Knight’s LA Times review of “Pattern and Decoration” at MOCA Los Angeles.
Artforum Critics’ Pick: Srijon Chowdhury’s A Divine Dance
Srijon Chowdhury A Divine Dance reviewed by Lindsay Preston Zappas for KCRW
Jordan Nassar is now also represented by James Cohan Gallery.
Janet Werner exhibition at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal reviewed by Concordia University News.
Tammi Campbell reviewed by Leah Ollman for the Los Angeles Times.
Faith Wilding will be in conversation with Lucy Lippard at the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan on Tuesday, October 8. Event details here.
Tammi Campbell’s Boring Art reviewed by Jody Zellen for ArtNow LA.
Janet Werner featured in Canadian Art Magazine.
Congratulations to Jordan Nassar for his inclusion in the 2019 Artsy Vanguard.
Tammi Campbell “Working towards perfect imperfection,” an interview for Border Crossings.
Chris Coy’s Jurassic by Larry Armstrong-Kizzee for Flaunt.
Jordan Nassar interviewed by Joe Garvey for episode 001 of Radio-Cafeteria: Art Talk.
Alejandro Cardenas’s Calusa Garden reviewed by Artillery.
Home is Not a Place reviewed by Harry Tafoya on Hyperallergic.
Alejandro Cardenas’s solo exhibition Calusa Garden recommended by Mousse Magazine.
Home is Not a Place recommended by Mousse Magazine.
Jordan Nassar profiled by Claire Wrathall in Christie’s Magazine.
Amie Dicke video interview, “My Creative Space.”
Robert Russell snap review in Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Jo Ann Callis was a guest on Magic Hour: Conversations on Photography podcast.
Robert Russell “Infusing Reproductions with New Life” in Art Now LA.
Robert Russell’s Book Paintings reviewed in the Los Angeles Times.
Faith Wilding reviewed in the May issue of Artforum.
Robert Russell interviewed for LA Weekly.
Jordan Nassar profiled in Harper’s BAZAAR Arabia.
Alec Egan featured on the cover of Patron magazine.
Jay Stuckey profiled in The Art Newspaper.
Faith Wilding featured in Frieze Magazine‘s Critics’ Guide for exhibitions to see in Los Angeles.
An Te Liu solo exhibition reviewed in the March issue of Artforum.
Jordan Nassar featured in Canvas magazine.
Faith Wilding reviewed in the Los Angeles Times.
Jordan Nassar featured in Alkersal Avenue.
Jordan Nassar profiled in awham magazine.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman featured in ART News.
Jordan Nassar featured in Embroidery Magazine.
Faith Wilding among Curator Philipp Kaiser’s selection of top works presented at Art Basel Miami Beach for The Art Newspaper.
Cultured Magazine selected Faith Wilding as one of the best solo presentations at Art Basel Miami Beach.
artnet news shines the spotlight on Jibade-Khalil Huffman at Art Basel Miami Beach.
“Worshiping Sticks and Stones” reviewed for Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Faith Wilding highlighted by Noah Horowitz, Director Americas, Art Basel as one of “11 Things to See at Art Basel Miami Beach If You Only Have an Hour.”
Jibade Khalil-Huffman‘s solo exhibition, Tempo, at The Kitchen highlighted in the The New York Times.
Jibade Khalil-Huffman’s video Figuration (B), 2017 will be included in the project Double Takes: Historic and Contemporary Film + Video, an eleven-month film and video exhibition program presented in collaboration with KADIST, Video Data Bank and the School of the Art Institute Chicago (SAIC), to be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Cleveland, January. 29 – February. 25, 2019.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman featured in Insider Louisville Magazine.
Jordan Nassar featured in the Wall Street Journal.
Neil Raitt featured in the Wall Street Journal.
Jordan Nassar nominated for the Burke Prize through the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), New York.
Sara Berman‘s exhibition Double Entendre in AE2 featured as Artillery Magazine‘s Pick of the Week.
Gideon Rubin‘s exhibition Comrade in AE2 featured in Tank Magazine.
Martin Basher‘s exhibition Strawberry Coconut Cream Pie featured in Whitewall Magazine.
Jason Bailer Losh interviewed in Kozzarte.
Jordan Nassar featured in Out Magazine.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman’s Reflection, a public art project in Smoktown, Kentucky currently on view at the site of the original Louisville Slugger Bat factory. Commissioned by Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC), Khalil worked in collaboration with 19 artists from the region and across the nation.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman featured in solo exhibition, Black Twitter in the Hour of Chaos at HOUSING, April 6 – April 27, 2018.
Jordan Nassar featured in Out Magazine “Spinning Yarns” as part of the April 2018 issue.
Jordan Nassar’s booth at Frieze New York previewed in a short video, “A Palestine That Only Really Exists in the Mind of the Diaspora.”
Martin Basher in conversation with André Hemer in Contemporary HUM.
Jordan Nassar included in Home Edition, a two-part exhibition at Essex Flowers and NADA New York.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman featured in Modern Painters “12 Emerging Artists to Watch This Year” as part of the January – February 2018 issue.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman included in Reclamation!: Pan-African Works from the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection at the Taubman Museum of Art from March 3 – September 2, 2018.
Jordan Nassar included in New Threads: Perspectives in Contemporary Fiber Art, a group exhibition at Laband Art Gallery of Loyola Marymount University.
Caroline Walker’s solo exhibition, Sunset, reviewed in Artforum, ArtReview, CARLA, AnOther Magazine, Forbes, PROVOKR, Riot Material, Unrated, Blouin Artinfo, Elephant Magazine, and Wall Street International.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman featured in a solo exhibition, A Tondo for Rajon Rondo, at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum from January 19 – February 22, 2018.
Anat Ebgi interviewed about the gallery’s upcoming programming and the collector scene in Los Angeles by Whitewall Magazine.
Anat Ebgi solo booth featuring Jibade Khalil Huffman, highlighted in Artsy’s 18 New Dealers to Watch at Art Basel Miami Beach.
Jen DeNike curated Magnificent Chaos at Brooklyn Navy Yard through her curatorial platform IDA SCHMID.
Elias Hansen’s solo exhibition, Not Right Now, featured by Whitewall.
Amie Dicke solo exhibition The Liver Must Go To The Images at Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam from October 14 – November 11, 2017.
Jordan Nassar’s solo exhibition, Dunya, reviewed in the Los Angeles Times.
Jen Denike’s short film “Dead Man’s Float” included in CAPRI BY NIGHT, a video screening for the public space in Cologne.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman’s group exhibition Speech/Acts at Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, reviewed in Artinfo.
Martin Basher included in a group exhibition, Im/Material: Painting in the Digital Age, London, UK, September 29-November 17, 2017.
Jen DeNike included in a two-person exhibition, 777, Participant Inc, New York, NY.
Brass Tacks, a group exhibition at Anat Ebgi, featured by Wall Street International.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman’s video piece Figuration (A) at Downstairs Projects, Brooklyn, selected as ArtForum critic’s pick, NY.
Anat Ebgi interviewed about her experience as a gallerist, in a feature by Gallery Monthly.
Sigrid Sandström included in group exhibition at the Värmlands Museum, Molnet the Cloud of Unknowing, Filipstad, SE.
Chris Coy included in group exhibition at Werkartz, Los Angeles, CA.
Jen DeNike included in group show, Generation Loss: 10 Years Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, DE.
Neil Raitt in three person museum exhibition, Coquet mais pas trop, at the Centre d’art contemporain La Halle Des Bouches, in Vienne, FR.
Ethan Cook solo exhibition, Less Than Zero, opens at Sunday-S Gallery, Copenhagen, DK.
Amie Dicke profiled in COS Magazine.
Jen DeNike featured a new film installation, “Antient” at the Bombay Beach Biennial, April 14-16, Salton Sea, CA
Artsy news editorial highlights Anat Ebgi’s Dallas Art Fair booth presentation, featuring sculptural works by An Te Liu.
Josh Bailer Losh in group exhibition Concrete Island, curated by Aaron K Moulton, at Venus LA.
Martin Basher profiled on Artsy’s 20 Artist’s to Watch at the Armory Show.
Neil Raitt in a group exhibition First Star, Last Snowflake, curated by Garance Chabert, at the Villa du parc centre d’art contemporain, Annemasse, FR.
Art News announces Jibade-Khalil Huffman as one of the finalist for the Artadia Los Angeles 2017 Awards.
Neil Raitt included in a group exhibition Currents, Lin & Lin Gallery, Taipei, TW.
Elias Hansen solo exhibition opens at Cooper Cole, Toronto, ON.
Alec Egan solo exhibition opens at The California Heritage Museum.
Neil Raitt solo show Chasing Bridges at The Cabin reviewed by Jennifer S. Li in November issue of Art in America.
Amie Dicke solo show Sucking Stones at Looiersgracht 60, Amsterdam.
Chris Coy artist talk at Otis College of Art and Design.
Neil Raitt solo presentation at SUNDAY Art Fair noted by Kenny Schachter in his review of Frieze week for artnet, among top picks of Elephant Magazine, The Financial Times, among top six artists at SUNDAY Art Fair according to FAD Magazine, and highlighted by aqnb, Artspace, and ARTnews.
Chris Coy solo show featured by Mousse Magazine.
Neil Raitt wins the Northern Trust Purchase Prize at EXPO Chicago for his piece Emerald Waters (New Beverly). The piece will be gifted to the permanent collection of the DePaul Art Museum.
Chris Coy solo show A Little Death featured by Blouin Artinfo.
Chris Coy profiled in September issue of Flaunt Magazine regarding his previous work and solo show A Little Death.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman highlighted in The New York Times for his work in the group show Terses at the Studio Museum, Harlem.
Jibade Khalil-Huffman solo exhibition Verse Chorus Verse at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions.
Miranda featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Anat Ebgi supports Sexy Beast, a biannual benefit for Planned Parenthood taking place at the Ace Hotel on Saturday, September 10, 2016.
Miranda featured by Art Viewer.
Miranda featured by ARTnews Magazine.
Jason Bailer Losh included in Bandini International Film Festival at Arturo Bandini, July 8-9.
Eli Hansen solo show I thought I had a dog in this fight, but it ain’t seem like it. opens at Jeffrey Stark, New York.
SFAQ highlights opening of group show Miranda.
Neil Raitt solo show Landscapetual at monCHÉRI.
Jen DeNike performative lecture at Sparta / Kunstakademie Düsseldorf.
Amie Dicke solo show reviewed by Alicia Eler for CraveOnline.
Amie Dicke interviewed about her work in the show Once in a Lifetime at Oude Kerk, Amsterdam by de Volkskrant.
Amie Dicke’s solo show Quote Unquote featured by Fruit of the Forest.
Jen DeNike’s videos The Cat, 2015 and Girls Like Me, 2006 featured in group show Love, Devotion and Surrender at 22 London in Asheville, NC.
Artillery Magazine covers opening of Amie Dicke’s solo show Quote Unquote.
Anat Ebgi interviewed in Spring issue of Whitewall Magazine on her year of programming shows by women artists.
Martin Basher interviewed by Fruit of the Forest.
Neil Raitt interviewed by Fruit of the Forest.
Jason Bailer Losh in group exhibition Memory Theater curated by Srijon Chowdhury at Upfor, Portland.
Jen DeNike featured as part of cover story of the April issue of art magazin.
Samantha Thomas solo show Complex Systems of Communication reviewed by Sharon Mizota of the L.A. Times.
Martin Basher included in group show Face to Face: The Ernesto Esposito Collection at Palazzo Fruscione, Salerno.
Margo Wolowiec solo show Double Blind reviewed by Jonathan T. D. Neil in the April issue of ArtReview.
Chris Coy included in main exhibition Deep Inside of 5th Moscow Biennale for Young Art.
Jason Bailer Losh solo show Near Positive at Zieher Smith & Horton, New York.
Elias Hansen at Art Basel Hong Kong with Take Ninagawa.
Luke Diiorio at Art Basel Hong Kong with Pippy Houldsworth.
Elias Hansen solo show An open door to an empty room at Take Ninagawa, Tokyo.
Margo Wolowiec and her practice featured in the Spring issue of The Last Magazine.
Nicholas Pilato included in February/March issue of New American Paintings.
2-Times publishes feature of Margo Wolowiec’s solo show Double Blind.
CURA publishes feature of Margo Wolowiec’s show Double Blind.
Aujourd’hui publishes feature of Margo Wolowiec’s solo show Double Blind by Domenico de Chirico.
ArtReview publishes review of Jen DeNike’s show If She Hollers by Andrew Berardini in their January / February 2016 issue.
Art Report features work by Amie Dicke and Serge Attukwei-Clottey in their recap of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016.
Samantha Thomas included in The Huffington Post’s top picks of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016.
Martin Basher included in group show Subliminal Shifts at Tracy Williams, New York.
Jen DeNike included in Hello Boys, a group show of feminist video artists and photographers including Eleanor Antin, Lynda Benglis, VALIE EXPORT, Barbara Hammer, Joan Jonas, Martha Rosler, Gwenn Thomas and Hannah Wilke, at the Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf.
art ltd. names Jen DeNike’s solo show If She Hollers amongst the top ten Los Angeles shows of 2015.
Amie Dicke interviewed by Francesca Verga for Conceptual Fine Arts on her studio and practice.
Angeleno features Anat Ebgi Gallery in its Best of Los Angeles issue for its year of programming shows by women artists.
Jen DeNike’s solo show If She Hollers and her artistic practice profiled by Alicia Eler for CraveOnline.
Margo Wolowiec’s woven textile practice featured by Dorothé Swinkels in the Dutch magazine Textiel Plus.
Nicholas Pilato included in group show (Idéale) Géographie at Gallerie Derouillon, Paris.
Fisk Frisk publishes a feature of Jen DeNike’s show “If She Hollers.”
Foliocue features Jay Stuckey’s practice and studio.
Angeleno Magazine publishes an interview with Anat Ebgi on her year of programming shows exclusively by women artists.
Gergö Szinyova’s solo show reviewed by Emily Nimptsch for Flaunt Magazine.
Margo Wolowiec included in The Wall Street Journal’s piece about the revival of fiber-based work in contemporary art.
Luke Diiorio interviewed by Emily McDermott for Interview Magazine.
Neil Raitt interviewed by Harriet Thorpe for FAD Magazine.
Martin Basher’s solo show reviewed by Sharsten Plenge of We Open Art Houses.
Jay Stuckey included in group show She Sells Seashells by the Seashore at Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY.
Martin Basher interviewed by Eloise Ghioni of Fisk Frisk on his solo show and practice.
Elias Hansen included in group show Deep End at Wassaic Projects, Wassaic, NY.
Martin Basher’s solo show featured on 2-Times.
Amie Dicke included in group show Intimacy at Marres (house for contemporary culture), Maastricht, NL.
Martin Basher’s solo show reviewed by Aaron Horst for Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Artinfo UK covers the show Bloody Red Sun of Fantastic L.A., a sh.w.organized by René Julien-Praz at Piasa, Paris of emerging Los Angeles artists including Chris Coy, Jason Bailer Losh and Joe Reihsen.
Margo Wolowiec part of two-person show with Travess Smalley at Harper’s Books, East Hampton, NY.
Jason Bailer Losh included in the group show Lost in a Sea of Red at The Pit LA.
Luke Diiorio interviewed by Jenny Bahn for alphasixty.
Sigrid Sandström interviewed by Eloise Ghioni for Fisk Frisk.
Margo Wolowiec featured by Leora Lutz in the Spring issue of Surface Design Journal.
Joe Reihsen and Neil Raitt included in group show POST-ANALOG PAINTING at The Hole NYC.
Jen DeNike will be showing work as part of Girls Girls Girls, a selection of all women video artists presented by Vanity Projects NYC at NADA Cologne, April 10-13, 2015.
Jason Bailer Losh’s solo show, Plow Louise, featured by 2-Times.
Luke Diiorio solo show at Anat Ebgi reviewed by Jennifer S. Li in Art in America.
Luke Diiorio included in the The New York Times’ preview of The Armory Show in New York.
Nicholas Pilato included in group show New Vibrations at Brand New Gallery, Milan.
Joe Reihsen solo presentation at The Armory Show with Praz-Delavellade.
Jason Bailer Losh solo show Plow Louise from February 27 – April 4, 2015.
Joe Reihsen solo exhibition opens at Praz-Delavellade @ Vedovi Gallery, Brussels, BE.
Luke Diiorio included in group exhibition Puente at Kinman Gallery, London.
Neil Raitt is an artist to watch on Artsy’s preview of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2015.
Nicholas Pilato‘s solo exhibition previewed in the January issue of Modern Painters.
Nicholas Pilato featured on 2-Times.
Nicholas Pilato included in group show Dérive(s) at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York.
Luke Diiorio featured on Artsy’s 15 Artists to Watch in 2015.
Margo Wolowiec featured on the Huffington Post’s 15 Artists to Watch in 2015.
Luke Diiorio‘s solo show highlighted by atractivoquenobello.
Elias Hansen‘s solo exhibition “You can cry all you want, but it ain’t changing shit“ at Jonathan Viner, London.
Joe Reihsen featured in Modern Painters June Issue
Joe Reihsen included in the group show, “Forms of Abstraction: American Abstraction from the 1950s to Today”, curated by Suzanne van Hagen, and the group show, “Next“ at Arsenal Montreal.
Margo Wolowiec reviewed by Leah Ollman for the Los Angeles Times
Margo Wolowiec featured on the Textile Arts Center Blog
Elias Hansen‘s I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads reviewed in Art in America’s April issue by Leah Ollman.
Elias Hansen featured on This Long Century
Nicholas Pilato featured on Dust Magazine
Featured on MutualArt “10 Opening Exhibitions to Watch”
Featured on SFAQ Pick: The Undulation of Something Faintly Familiar
Elias Hansen‘s I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads reviewed in the art ltd. magazine’s March/April issue.
Margo Wolowiec‘s solo exhibition Following at Johansson Projects reviewed by San Francisco Arts Quarterly.
Elias Hansen I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads. January 11- February 22
Featured on SFAQ Pick:I’m a long way from home and I don’t really know these roads
Elias Hansen is also featured in a group show Liquor Store at Paradise Garage.
Jay Stuckey interviewed by Arthur Peña in New American Paintings
Jen DeNike‘s videos are included in Our Darkness, Screening Program curated by Viktor Neumann in Gdansk, Poland.
Amie Dicke solo exhibition Collecting Alibis at Stigter van Doesburg, opening October 12, 2013.
Jesse Fleming Snail and the Razor is included in Segment #4 at The Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul as well as in Cutting Edge TV curated by Creative Time at all The Standard Hotels.
Elias Hansen is included in ANAMERICANA curated by Vincenzo De Bellis at the American Academy in Rome
Jen DeNike, Lolita Lo: April 30, 2013
Los Angeles Nomatic Division presents JenDeNike’s Lolita Lo. Utilizing the intimate and plush setting of the Soho House West Hollywood’s Screening Room, New York-based artist Jen DeNike will present her own version of Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita with the presentation of both a video and performance that dialogs with the film’s allure of the character Lolita. The presentation has an original piano score, performed live by composer Jay Israelson to punctuate the film and performances.
Lucie Fontaine, I Love Lucie: February 14 – March 23, 2013
Anat Ebgi and Esther Kim Varet of Various Small Fires have invited Lucie Fontaine to present a solo show to be split between their two Los Angeles galleries. Lucie Fontaine has conceived a series of artworks, each comprised of two parts, which will be divided between the two spaces: half of each piece will be shown at Anat Ebgi, and the other half will be shown at Various Small Fires.
Art Los Angeles Contemporary: January 24 – 27, 2013
Featuring Lucie Fontaine “Le fil rouge” In conjunction with Various Small Fires
Featured on Timeout Los Angeles
Amie Dicke Collecting Alibis November 16-January 4.
Leah Ollman writes LA Times Review: “Critic’s Choice: Amie Dicke photographs as powerfully compromised objects”
Paul Laster for ARTS HOLLAND “Amie Dicke: Reimagining the world around us”
Francesca Gavin for DAZED Digital: “The Best New Female Fronted Shows”
Dot Dot Magazine: Interview with Amie Dicke
Elias Hansen featured in a video short for Nowness and published Even Crooks Have To Pay The Rent.
Joe Reihsen Solo exhibition booth at UNTITLED. 2013 in Miami. Featured in group show THIS IS THE STORY OF AMERICA. EVERYBODY’S DOING WHAT THEY THINK THEY’RE SUPPOSED TO DO. at Brand New Gallery
Jay Stuckey Written about in Carlson Hatton’s new book The Benefit of Friends Collected.