Good drawing show in Culver City

At Kinkead Contemporary in Culver City, “Drawn” examines the role of drawing within an artist’s larger practice. The exhibition features four artists whose works on paper provide a deeper understanding of both their discipline and their process, while inviting the viewer deeper into the thinking behind their work in general. Michael Jones McKean, a sculptor, … read more… “Good drawing show in Culver City”

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Angela Dufresne: Immediately from life

Angela Dufresne’s work is included in “Get up off our Knees” at Monya Rowe through June 7th, and presented in a solo show, “Twilight of Mice and Men,” at the Kinkead Contemporary in Los Angeles. In the Huffington Post Kimberly Brooks features Dufresne in her weekly “First Person Artist” column. Kimberly Brooks: How did you … read more… “Angela Dufresne: Immediately from life”

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Painting for umpteen years: Lutes and Dill in LA

In the LAWeekly, Peter Frank’s picks this week include Jim Lutes and Laddie John Dill. “Gloriously elaborate and hermetic, Jim Lutes’ invariably small paintings — currently rendered in that most ancient of painting media, egg tempera — are also radiantly, insouciantly gnarly in their cartoonishly but viscerally strange imagery. The denseness and obsessiveness of Lutes’ … read more… “Painting for umpteen years: Lutes and Dill in LA”

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Varnishing truth in LA

“Imitation of Life,” Kinkead Contemporary, Culver City, CA. January 12- February 9. “Imitation of Life” presents the work inspired and influenced by cinema. More specifically, their work deals with cinema of the past, which examines both the history of film and a context within which to observe the present. The title of the exhibition is … read more… “Varnishing truth in LA”

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