Art In America

Emilie Halpern

"Shōka," the title of Emilie Halpern's recent three-month-long show at Pepin Moore (which was the gallery's swan song), reflects the artist's minimalist sensibility and attention to composition: shōka is a 15th-century style of ikebana, or...

Olga Koumoundouros

Olga Koumoundouros cites a cremation urn as one of the impetuses for "Notorious Possession," a social-sculpture-cum-housing-protest that occurred in the Glassell Park neighborhood of Los Angeles last fall and ended up as an exhibition at Susanne...

Alex Israel

Alex Israel has consistently explored the vacuity of celebrity culture in his hometown, Los Angeles.

Carlos Bunga

Cardboard doesn't spring to mind as the most evocative of materials, yet Portuguese-born artist Carlos Bunga makes it one.

Simone Forti

True to its name, Simone Forti's second solo show at The Box, "Sounding," featured around a dozen works based on the artist's renowned performance oeuvre, all with "a central element of sound." Incorporating props and recordings from past...

Jed Ochmanek

Jed Ochmanek may call his newest series of paintings "flats," but "depth" more accurately captures what was on display in "Breed St.," the artist's third solo exhibition at Young Art.

April Street

Los Angeles-based artist April Street keeps track of her dreams.

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