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Exhibition: Woven at the Descanso Gardens' Sturt Haaga Gallery

April 25, 2016

Woven at the Descanso Gardens' Sturt Haaga Gallery
May 17 - August 28, 2016 

Like weaving itself, the premise of this exhibition is both simple and satisfyingly complex. When the purpose of weaving transcends utility and enters art, we see in full the many meanings and association to be found in the act of weaving, and in things woven. Artists included are Marsia Alexander-Clarke, Melanie Ciccone, Clifford Eberly, Susan Feldman, Agustin Garza, Jenny Hart, Nicholette Kominos, Dinh Q. Le, Kristin Leachman, Jairlyn Mason, Thinh Nguyen, Echiko Ohira, James Richards, Meriel Stern, Andrew K. Thompson, Joan Weinzettle, Pontus Willfors.

Feature: Interior Design Magazine

April 7, 2016 - Edie Cohen

On Laurie Frick's installation at Neustar Corporation in San Francisco. 

"'Art corresponding to what they do.' That was the solution proposed by Studios Architecture associate Kelly Mocock when she was designing the San Francisco office of a data-management concern, Neustar. So Mocock started searching the Internet, which brought her to an installation by Laurie Frick."

Award: John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

April 6, 2016

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has awarded George Legrady with a 2016 Guggenheim Fellowship in support of his art. 

"Throughout his artistic career, Legrady has pursued a highly visible experimental and research-oriented artistic practice that integrates digital computer technologies with photography, conceptual art, and art theory. The proposed artwork to be realized with support of the Guggenheim Fellowship is an installation titled, “Aesthetic Metavision,” that builds on a recently realized series of projects, “Swarm Vision”, “Exquisite Vision”, “AutoVision,” which have evolved out of bridging arts and engineering questions concerned with training an autonomous multi-camera system to acquire aesthetics-defined behavior and agency."

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Review: AEQAI

March 2, 2016 - Anise Stevens

Farewell, Eden, at the Descanso Garden's Sturt Haaga Gallery
February 22 - April 3, 2016

The Clash of Nature and the Human Imprint in "Farewell, Eden"
"During the 19th century, landscape painting was a popular form of expression for artists to celebrate mankind’s dominion over nature. Pastoral scenes of manicured lawns, tamed gardens and ripe harvests depicted a peaceful, almost perfect world where man and nature thrived in harmonious union.

Currently on view at Descanso Garden’s Sturt Haaga Gallery, “Farewell, Eden” presents us with a much different perspective. Now that our ecosystem has been severely compromised after years upon years of so-called human progress, our old, romantic notions about nature no longer apply as an accurate representation of our planet’s health. Comprising 62 pieces by 13 Los Angeles based artists, “Farewell, Eden” poignantly articulates this reality across three gallery spaces, each of which afford viewers visual contact with the surrounding gardens." 

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Review: ArtForum

March 1, 2016 - Suzanne Hudson

Atmospheric Abstraction, Quint Gallery, San Diego, Ca
December 12 - January 30, 2016 

"For De Luca, color (and especially colored light) evokes place, specifically Los Angeles. Her paintings often bring to mind dusk, their palettes keyed to such familiar referents as gathering clouds and incandescent sunsets. Planetary orbs recur within the image fields, and brass, nickel, and copper frames appended to border sections of the panels likewise appear throughout, serving as compositional elements that reflect ambient light onto geometric representational forms where they meet the painted gradients."

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Review: Artillery Magazine

February 24, 2016 - Anne Martens

George Legrady: Day & Night at Edward Cella Art & Architecture
December 12 - January 23, 2016

"In all of these photographs time is unclear. Is it dusk, midnight, midday, or day and night simultaneously? If optical effects seem like figments of the imaginiation, then what persists is a kind of twilight."

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Review: Artsy

February 23, 2016 - Andrew Wagner

David Hicks & Chris Trueman: New Works
January 30 - March 5, 2016

"Chris Trueman and David Hicks, the two artists currently showcased in the “New Works” exhibition at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Los Angeles, might seem to be an unlikely pair. They work in drastically different media: Trueman in paint, Hicks in sculpture. Both, however, are carefully attuned to the optical qualities of color, and one finds in both their practices a passion for rich hues and a search for the perfect palette."

Exhibition: Go Big or Go Home at the Brand Library Art Center

February 20, 2016

Go Big or Go Home at the Brand Libaray Art Center
February 20 - March 25, 2016

A group exhibition of objects that question the limits of possibility. Thirteen Los Angeles artists present large scale sculpture and site specific installation.  

Exhibition: Green Revolution at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History

February 13, 2016

Lynn Aldrich: Green Revolution at the Museum of Art and History (MOAH), Lancaster, CA 
February 13 - March 17, 2016
Opening Reception: February 20, 4-6pm 

An exhibition that utilizes art and environmental education as a catalyst for leading greener, more sustainable lives. Sponsored by Lancaster Choice Energy and sPower, the diverse artwork on display will incorporate recycled materials, as well as addressing topics which include: urban farming and gardening; sustainable design; water harvesting; and renewable energy, such as wind and solar power. 

Exhibition: Extra-Ordinary Things at Biola University's Green Art Gallery

February 9, 2016

Extra-Ordinary Things: Lynn Aldrich, McLean Fahnestock, Kiel Johnson, Olga Lah, and Steve Roden, Biola University's The Green Art Gallery, La Mirada, CA
February 1 - March 8, 2016
Opening Reception: Tuesday, February 9, 2016. 6:30-8:30pm  

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