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SENSORIUM Now At SEE LINE Gallery

SENSORIUM 2010 Wood + Plexiglas + metal Dimensions variable

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Join us for “The Handmade”

Genesee + Esquivel The Handmade May 22 to June 26 – Esquivel House Courtyard Entrance 8309 W. 3rd St, Los Angeles, 90048 Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11 am – 5 pm – Brands: Esquivel   ARTLESS   Gabriela Artigas Farm Tactics   Gentry  Man Candy Carla Fernandez   Trista   Teamo   Zan Zan Eyeware Artists: [...]

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Artifical Paradises curated by SJB

Borrowing its title from Charles Baudelaire’s controversial book,the exhibition brings together five artists working in varying degrees of abstraction, whose work integrates immediate surface pleasures with underlying elements of escape, fantasy and social critique. All of the artists live and work in Los Angeles, and each has been uniquely informed by the city’s character of [...]

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Beyond and Back

Simmons and Burke, Deleted # 1and Deleted # 3, 2008 lightjet prints, 27.5 x 20 inches each, edition of 6, courtesy of Michael Kohn Gallery Brian Bress           Simmons & Burke           Melissa Keller Tom McCaffrey         Carter Mull                 Chloe Sells Yasmin Than             Ed Templeton       Rosha Yaghmai Curated by Price Latimer Agah and Alejandro [...]

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Beyond & Back

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Yasmin Than: The Fog Series

The work walks the fine line between eeriness and the mundane. The shots happen to be urban, metropolitan to be precise, but they seem rural, abandoned even vacant. The images convey visual creepiness that at times seems purely psychological, as if taken out of a nightmare or a Hollywood movie. Unintentionally they titillate towards a [...]

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This is not a Carwash

A salon is a gathering of supposedly stimulating people of quality under the roof of an inspiring hostess or host, partly to amuse one another and partly to refine their taste and increase their knowledge through conversation and readings, often consciously following Horace’s definition of the aims of poetry, “either to please or to educate” [...]

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