Author Archives: Catherine G. Wagley


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Art in Arid Climes: A Report from the Dusty Western Wilds of ‘Desert X’


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Stuck Between a Rock and a Ruscha: On Pierre Bismuth’s Quixotic Quest for a Lost-Lost Work by the Storied Californian


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Iggy Pop on Trial, Long Island Iced Teas, and the Long Game: At the 2017 Edition of Art Los Angeles Contemporary


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A Life’s Work: As Her Reputation Surges, Luchita Hurtado Discusses Her Long Career


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Living Legends: Suzanne Lacy Teaches Andrea Bowers Performance Art, Inaugurating the New Main Museum in Los Angeles


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The Body, the Whole Body: Feminist Artist Barbara T. Smith at the Box in Los Angeles


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The Grim Art of Human Nature: A Big Show in a Former Hospital Plumbs Mortality, Medical Fetishization, and Violence


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‘Husbands Are Really Good for Material’: Ann Hirsch Tackles Love and Marriage in a New Performance


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Who Threw the First Punch?: Shana Lutker Stages a Surrealist Fight in Los Angeles


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Everybody Loves the Sunshine: But Can L.A. Sustain Its Booming Art Scene?


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Voodoo Curses, Care Bears, and Willem Dafoe: Loris Gréaud Discusses his Film, ‘Sculpt,’ Scored by The Residents


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There Goes the Neighborhood: Pentti Monkkonen Takes a Sharp-Eyed Look at Los Angeles Architecture and Gentrification at Jenny’s


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