First took note of this artist during my UCLA days. The GRAPHITE publication team published her earlier works for our first issue. She has since been everywhere, including in Blouin ArtInfo’s Top 50 Under 50.
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Perverted and yet pervasive, these works by pop painter, John Wesley are at once alluring and erotic. His distinctive palette is undeniable: pastel blues and pinks with contour lines, traced imagery repeated and reversed.
Crowds with Shape of Reason Missing
We now focus on the reactionary rather than the primary. Baldessari transfixes us by barring us from the action; he forces us to reconsider the now voided narrative.
My good friends, who I admire dearly — Natasha Subramaniam & Alisa Lapidus are a multimedia artist, filmmaker duo who create unconventional, dynamic work that seeks the push the visual and narrative parameters of representing cuisine and gastronomy. Deeply inspired by the raw beauty and culture of food, they co-founded the Los Angeles based studio, CHAYKA SOFIA, with a passion to produce interdisciplinary projects that merge the cinematic and culinary worlds.
HG Masters, ArtAsiaPacific – Nov/Dec 2012
“Using various utilitarian materials like cement, steel, and burlap in processes that embrace modularity and geometric repetition, Hagen creates works that are as disorienting as they are ordered.” – Hammer Museum, Made in LA 2012
guided a 30 person tour through her space a couple months back. she was preparing for a soon-to-be sold out show in new york. so much paint. i could swim in her paint.
images photographed by daniel rolnik and asuka hisa
these monumental pigment pieces……..
Fred and Marcia Weisman, 1968.
Acrylic on canvas 213.4 x 304.8 cm (83 7/8 x 120 in.)