Saul, Brown, and Shaw: Invoking creative craftsmanship over formulaic novelty

In LA Weekly, Doug Harvey reports that curating isn’t always as easy as it looks. “It’s rare to find a group of concurrent solo projects that genuinely complement one another — just because two artists happen to use images of trees or refer to cartography or have Photoshop doesn’t necessarily mean their work will have … read more… “Saul, Brown, and Shaw: Invoking creative craftsmanship over formulaic novelty”

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Pathetic Fallacy (Second Version): Toby Ziegler in Santa Monica

In the LA Times, Christopher Knight reports that 35-year-old British artist Toby Ziegler skillfully mashes up art history and current technology with cheerful, pungent eccentricity in his first solo show in the US. “At once funny, ambitious and loaded with style, the work impresses by virtue of a disarming complexity. At the Patrick Painter Gallery, … read more… “Pathetic Fallacy (Second Version): Toby Ziegler in Santa Monica”

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