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Est. 1902


Jacqueline de Jong

Jacqueline de Jong is perhaps best known for her affiliation with the leftist Situationist International, for which she edited the Situationist Times between 1962 and ’67, giving particular attention…

The Harrisons

For a California resident living under the constant threat of drought, the Harrisons' recent exhibition at Various Small Fires did not make for reassuring viewing. 

Llyn Foulkes

Llyn Foulkes’s Sprüth Magers exhibition consisted of thirty-seven mixed-medium paintings, the vast majority of them made since the Hammer Museum’s celebrated 2013 retrospective of his work…

Paul Thek

The recent exhibition of Paul Thek’s work at Hannah Hoffman Gallery was surprisingly pretty. The Thek it portrayed seemed to have been an introspective sort, given to naive drawings of flowers and sen…

Wu Tsang

Wu Tsang’s recent exhibition at 356 Mission, “The Luscious Land of God Is Sinking,” was a mesmerizing and entirely unexpected outing for the artist. Rooted in the club culture of Los Angeles, Tsang is…

Henry Taylor

Henry Taylor, a stalwart of the Los Angeles art scene, is known for painting sympathetic portraits of local characters, family, friends, and celebrities in a loose, gestural manner, with thick strokes…