Art Review

‘L.A. Oaxaca’ w/Demián Flores @ Craig Krull Gallery
Demián Flores introduces us to the concept of nourishment with his corn concepts at his L.A. Oaxaca representation at Craig Krull Gallery. It is in this beautiful matrimony of indigenous subsistence with manufactured mass consumption which permits us to celebrate this novel extension of human imagination as it bounces along with these irreversible currents between
Read more.
‘Out of the Blue’ by Jonathan Smith @ Danziger Gallery
Mr. Jonathan Smith irradiates a sublimely novel idea of water with his confident expression and variegation of the concept throughout his photography compositions at Danziger Gallery with his new opening Out of the Blue. His ability to treat with such distinction the idea of water and its apparent blandness with an overwhelming presence imbues with
Read more.
‘It’s a Colorful World’ by Sarit Halo @ Tierra Del Sol Gallery
In what can be best described as silly, Ms. Sarit Halo introduces us the vibrancy and sweetness of bright colors at her It’s a Colorful World opening at Tierra Del Sol Gallery. It is in the unabashed enthusiasm in embracing a wonderful view of life – that of necessary levity in brightening the mind’s eye
Read more.
Martha Alf @ Michael Kohn Gallery
Michael Kohn Gallery introduces to us a post-humous opening of Martha Alf’s, titled Opposites and Contradictions. The artistic statement cannot help but be fully realized with the most banal and bare necessities being edified so highly. For sardonicism? Of course not. For levity. And it is in this installation of humor within fine arts which
Read more.
“Double Take” by Farbod Elkaei @ Hamzianpour & Kia Gallery Art Review
Farbod Elkaei introduces us to a new perspective on geometrical form, with a concentration on gradient in color and measure with his “Double Take” opening at Hamzianpour & Kia Gallery. His art is one that provides a discernible contrast in the shapes which have such certain completeness in their order, yet are allowed to act
Read more.
‘Forage’ Group Show @ Dorado806
Dorado806 presented a wonderful array of artworks ranging from sculpture to mixed media in well-proportioned scales. We have an eclectic display of what can constitute a favorable plurality of elemental artworks which can fit in very neat and narrow spaces, to imbue it with an organic effort – a return to Earthly simplicity.   Not
Read more.
‘Lifetimes that Broke the Earth’ by Ishi Glinsky @ Chris Sharp Gallery
Ishi Glinksy brings out a fully ripened indigenous burst of beauty with a confidently dazzling display of textures and forms with his ‘Lifetimes that Broke the Earth’ opening at Chris Sharp Gallery. The appropriate grander of the scale of the works breathes even more animated strength to the experience of a positive wonder through the
Read more.
‘Heatwork’ by Nicole Ondre @ Tanya Leighton Gallery
Nicole Ondre demonstrates a fascinating effort at self-reliant form with her ceramic sculptures at Tanya Leighton Gallery. There is a sincere daring, and therefore a necessary approbation, for her spontaneous glasseous forms inspired by knots and her affirmation of what is a beautiful shape and color.   It is in this plasticity where the soft
Read more.
‘Suspirium’ by James Busby @ Lowell Ryan Projects
James Busby shines at representing finery, of creating the instance of refined in his artful compositions eloquently exhibited in his ‘Suspirium’ opening at Lowell Ryan Projects. His graphite completeness breathes a new idea to stencil formation in the visual arts. A confidence in extension with such delicate ornamentations of gentle completion. We have the human
Read more.
‘Refugio en Las Flores’ by Kiara Aileen Machado @ Launch LA
Ms. Kiara Aileen Machado triumphs in a colorful representation – indeed celebration – of indigenous Central American life with a mysteriously subtle glee in all of her jungle ideas with her Refugio en Las Flores opening at Launch LA presented by Luna Anaïs Gallery. I say glee because of the playful suggestion which is subtlety
Read more.