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Karla Ortiz "Chimerical" (Interview)
An unearthly display of new illustrations and paintings, Karla Ortiz’s mystic figures are draped in delicately rendered robes, a brooding darkness and mystery. Steeped in their own lore, each work extends an invitation into the artist’s whimsical yet ghostly fantasy world.July 27, 2016
Lauren YS "MoonBurn" @ Superchief Gallery, Brooklyn
On Friday, July 15th, Superchief Gallery will proudly unveil new works from the prolific Bay Area artist and muralist Lauren YS. Zach Tutor of Supersonic Electronic discusses her travels and how they have influenced the work for her latest body of work.July 11, 2016
Stephen Wilkes: Capturing the Passing of Time
Many are familiar with time-lapse photography, in which photographers often capture star trails, ocean waves, traffic, and the moon’s patterns, among other things, in a composite photo. However, Stephen Wilkes’s recent project, “Day to Night,” takes time-lapse photography to another level, demonstrating the transformation of a location over the course of a day.June 14, 2016
Alex Pardee and Matt Ritchie "The Astralnauts"
For the past few months, Alex Pardee and Matt Ritchie have been playing in a spiritual sandbox, creating a new visual and narrative world full of ghosts, aliens, haunted planets, spaceships, and cybernetic dolphins. Their new universe will be unveiled this Friday, June 10 in Los Angeles and they launch “THE ASTRALNUATS” at Gallery 1988:West.June 10, 2016
Watch the World Premiere of "The Tale of Hillbelly"
Among alpine pastures, a rural young man performs advanced yoga. He meets a fragile fox and communes with it. He journeys to high peaks and attempts to reach further enlightenment through deep meditation. However, his own physical hunger prevents this and drives him deeper into nature than he could have ever wished for.May 24, 2016
Aesop Rock: Alex Pardee Questions the Impossible Kid
One day, a curious kid decided to wander outside of the big metropolis where he lived, venturing alone into an isolated forest, far away from the overwhelming cityscape he’d known his entire life. It was in those lush woods where he faced his fears and unexpectedly made a home inside an old barn.April 25, 2016
The X Ball Busts
Barry X Ball makes stone portraits that push the physical and conceptual boundaries of sculpture. Using semi-precious materials such as lapis lazuli, Belgian Black marble, and Iranian onyx, Ball’s portrait heads of friends, artists, and prominent art world figures are unlike anything we have seen in recent decades.April 25, 2016