Art Review

‘Mussel Tears’ by Tori Wranes @ Shulamit Nazarian
Ms. Tori Wranes unleashes a strong representation of her material craftsmanship in her Mussel Tears opening at Shulamit Nazarian. What is most spectacular in her formations is in some balance of the serenity of misty oceanic sensations and its titillation of the visual senses. I have been a fan of the extension of the tactile
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‘GronkOne’ by Gronk @ Craig Krull Gallery
What are the merits of originality? It is often-times neglected in the fine arts world to ponder what the motivation is to begin a work of art towards its artistic abandonment. That, truly, the goal of the extension of the artisan into the beyond, towards generating media which is imperceptible to all other human subjects,
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‘Sonora’ by Scott B. Davis @ Marshall Gallery, Santa Monica
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry claimed that perfection is achieved when there is nothing more to take away. How, do we then confront Mr. Davis’s approach to the Sonoran desert with his photography? No doubt the demands for contemporary photography is to consistently diverge from the amateur, now with photo-processing capabilities reserved historically for true savants. A
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‘Uncensored’ by AdeY @ Gallerie XII Los Angeles
AdeY flirts us a barrage of compositions which demand an opening of the mind, piercing through the social veil of awkwardness which ensnares and is a web of prejudices in his inaugural American exhibition Uncensored at Gallerie XII. The Transcending of our social impressions of the human body is and the actors contained therein, is
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‘Changing Velocity’ by Bonita Helmer @ George Billis LA
Ms. Bonita Helmer at George Billis Los Angeles provides an eruptive opening with a thoroughly appropriate reflectance on the Natural Path, ordered from the beginning of the creation of light. Our preconception of light and its intensity may deter us from understanding that most of what we know to be the motion of what permeates
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Now on View @ Thinkspace Projects
Thinkspace Projects offered an exciting medley of African Artists who are extending the bounds of a perceptive intensity with their paintings and drawings. Messrs. Boris Anje, Jimbo Lateef, and Oscar Joyo, share their own truths in acrylic, a medium which enables greater latitude in the generation of each of their moral ideas. We have a
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‘Six Feet Over’ by Laura Lima @ Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Laura Lima does a fantastic job in exploring our perceptual space with her latest opening Six Feet Over at Tanya Bonadkdar Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The artist makes a fastidious effort to draw us in while protruding us outward with her playfulness with the tactile senses. I am always fond of an artist which
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‘Untitled Colors’ by Joe Rudko @ Von Lintell Gallery
Mr. Joe Rudko presents us with his archetypical photographic style which might simply be described as a meditation on memory at Von Lintell Gallery with his opening Untitled Colors. While the work lacks that exciting bedazzlement we’d expect to find in the drunken starbursts of Western Fine Arts history, it nevertheless expounds the affirmative shift
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‘Unseen Picasso’ @ The Norton Simon Museum
The Norton Simon Museum has recently publicly exhibited etchings from the famed 20th century fine artist master Pablo Picasso. What certifies a genuine artistic spirit is its unquenchable desire for more novelty. To impose higher demands of originality upon itself, which creates a continuum of creativity which is doubtlessly expressed with Mr. Picasso’s anthology.  
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‘Chaos’ by Chet Zar @ Copro Gallery
What is the sense of gloom? Does it invoke despair, of a forlorn realization, demotivating the inner spirit to continue to propel itself towards some certainty about its place? Does gloominess signify a dissatisfaction in the present yet also indicate a pessimism about the future? No doubt Mr. Chet Zar in his Chaos opening provides
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