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18Feb11

. Cindy Sherman at MoMA and Elizabeth Peyton at the MET (NY Times) Anna Nicole Reimagined at Covent Garden is Success (NY Times) Review of Lynda Benglis at the New Museum (NY Times) Dark Rebel in a Tahitian Paradise:  Gauguin at the National Gallery of Art (WSJ) Gagosian Buys Warhol Portrait in $99 Million Auction (Bloomberg) […]


Reposted from the WLM Advisors Blog “Capture” from the AKAN series by Elizabeth Sunday WLM Advisors recently got a sneak peek at Elizabeth Sunday‘s impressive new body of work, the AKAN series.  Sunday spoke passionately about her work as she walked us through the new images as well as older images from the TUAREG and earlier […]


by Caroline Newman The UCLA Fowler Museum is currently exhibiting “Street Art: Photographic Elevations of Los Angeles, Paris and Berlin by Larry Yust,” which explores the often over-looked art form, graffiti, within these three prominent cities.  For the past eight years, filmmaker and photographer Larry Yust has been capturing images of urban landscapes and compositing […]


by Kelly Boyd Museum of Contemporary Art Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective The Museum of Contemporary Art has just opened a new show featuring the work of Arshile Gorky.  This is a major retrospective of the man described by the LA Times as an “essential pivot in Modern abstract art.”  The exhibition, the first to display […]


Louise Bourgeois, Influential Sculptor, is Dead at 98 (NY Times) Creative Dialogue Between 3 Sculptors in West Chelsea (NY Times) A Gathering of Women with Cameras at MoMA (NY Times) Interview:  Marina Abramovic Talks about Her Current  at MoMA (WSJ) Art Review:  Alice Neel Portraits Shine at L.A. Louver (LA Times) What Jeffrey Deitch Should […]


by Caroline Newman Spend a few hours at the Getty and travel half-way around the world, with diverse perspectives of urban life through the art of three photographers in Urban Panoramas:  Opie, Liao, Kim.  Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao’s large, horizontal, color photographs depict movement through the busy streets of New York.  By compositing images together, Liao is […]


German artist Andreas Gursky’s installation of fifteen c-prints is a fitting inaugural show for Gagosian Gallery’s newly expanded 3,030 square foot Beverly Hills space, designed by Richard Meier & Partners.  This is the first big show for Gursky in Los Angeles and includes six works from his new “Ocean” series as well as nine retrospective works […]