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Est. 1902

Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal

Ritual Work

Treating dance as a species of witchcraft, LA choreographer Nina McNeely brings New Age symbols, culturally diverse music, and staccato movement to her live performances and big-name music videos.&nbsp…

Harry Dodge

“How would you make a smile?” a scientist asks an android in Mysterious Fires (2016), a video shown in Harry Dodge’s Armory Center exhibition. The scientist is played by an actor wearing a rubber…

Peter Linden

A plastic dog nose peaks out from a black plastic bowl filled with oblong seeds and placed atop a tan particle-board podium. The objects form a concentric pattern: the brown seeds match the flecks in…


The minimal forms of Math Bass’s paintings and sculptures reflect a playful attitude toward philosophical questions about identity and bodily experience. 


John Currin

John Currin’s latest oil paintings, which basked in the gallery’s 20,000 square feet, chime eerily with Agraria’s aesthetic nostalgia for the lifestyles of the landed gentry.&nbsp…

Alex Chaves

The surfaces shine. Maybe it’s sweat. Perhaps the walls, the floors, the chairs and anything that surrounds the figures present in Alex Chaves’s latest body of oils are perspiring with the labor of be…