Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

‘The Touch, the Amulet and the Saltation’ by Sadie Benning @ Vielmetter Los Angeles

Posted on May 3rd, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Sadie Benning introduces a plasticity to paint with their choice colors and figures in their opening at Vielmetter Los Angeles. The, if I dare say, “taffiness”, of the experience of their art, provides a sumptuous mastication upon the mind’s eye in experiencing a novelty of beauty. And it is here with these abstract movements of […]

‘The Calligraphy of Absence’ ft. Pilar Agüero-Esparza at Patricia Sweetow Gallery

Posted on April 13th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Must the civilized be pretentious? Why cannot originality be found in the organic warmth of natural mistakes of rough lines to a human eye? And yet, are leather and leather tones, which is so geometrically stretched to bring more efforts of a returning amidst the civilized splash of regimentation dimension. Perhaps it is in measure […]

‘Role Play’ by Claire Chambless @ Carlye Packer

Posted on April 5th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

In an exceptional exhibition of a radical if not avante-garde representation of the tension between life and death, Ms. Claire Chambless proudly presents bold sculptural forms with a plethora of material, especially hydroxyapatite – the base material found in bone – with a subtle affirmation of living. It is in this challenging yet exhilarating representation […]

‘Shelf Life’ by Ry Roklen @ Wilding Cran Gallery

Posted on March 29th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Shelf Life introduces onto the world a conception of preservation which helps better refine our understanding of consumption with the process and ideas expressed by Mr. Ry Rocklen at Wilding Cran Gallery. His clever choices of media representations impose that cultural perspective which is accustomed to disposability; of commodity purchases which are primarily aimed for […]

‘Field Sketch’ by Patrick Wilson @ Vielmetter Los Angeles

Posted on March 23rd, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. Patrick Wilson opens with an amazing geometrical exhibition with his Field Sketch at Veilmetter Los Angeles. What he accomplishes with his rectilinear ideas and gradient of colors imposes upon that understanding of order and regularity yet with enough sensation of motion, the kinetics experienced by the works of art are standout on their own. […]

‘Northern Exposure’ @ Praz-Delavallade

Posted on March 17th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

The pure pleasure of a group artistic exhibition is in the copiousness of the originality, giving an arts writer the pleasure to reflect upon a variety of expressions of representations of true beauty and therefore involving greater technical elaboration on the subjective selection of works to write about. For the arts writer moves towards perfecting […]

‘A Colorful Symphony’ @ Shatto Gallery

Posted on March 9th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Shatto Gallery provides us with a mind-expansiveness in new conceptual ideas with A Colorful Symphony. The group show demonstrates greater inventiveness in bringing to Earth, in a new light, ideas of true beauty which require that patient meditation which is otherwise known as pensive.   And pensive is the appropriate perspective we are given with groundbreaking digital pigment print – […]

Terrestial Aperture ft. J. Bradley Greer @ Rhett Baruch Gallery

Posted on March 3rd, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. J. Bradley Greer ignites with a patient passionate projection of a fine whimsy with a masterful attention to detail, permitted to dance and flourish with the flowery shapes and other-worldly ideas as part of his showing at the Terrestrial Aperture opening at Good Naked Gallery – held by Rhett Baruch Gallery.     The […]

‘Blah, Blah, Blah’ by Chenhung Chen and  Snežana Saraswati Petrovic @ LAUNCH LA

Posted on February 16th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

LAUNCH LA, with its confidence in material representation or materiality, proudly continues to showcase works which provoke the senses with healthy animation. In this opening, Ms. Snežana Saraswait Petrović and Chenhung Chen introduce the subject’s mind to different perspective of harmony. Both provide a positive appreciation of the changes caused by mankind to be susceptible to […]

‘Living Color’ by Rachel Lachowicz @ Shoshana Wayne Gallery

Posted on February 10th, 2024 by Joseph A. Hazani

Ms. Rachel Lachowitz brings to light new concepts of sculpture to push passed the boundaries of painting, in providing a sensationally placid fine art at Shoshana Wayne Gallery. With overwhelming fastidiousness, she informs her works with discretely divisible forms, dolled up with eyeshadow(!) with upmost refinement. It is here, where in the directive of her […]