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Alex Prager: La Grande Sortie
There was always something so cinematic in the works of Los Angeles-based Alex Prager, and of course, she has now ventured into film. And that venture is beautiful. The artist shows her newest film, La Grande Sortie, in its US premiere, along with a new series of photographs shot on location during the film’s production in Paris at Lehmann Maupin in NYC through October 23.September 16, 2016
Piranesi's "Imaginary Prisons"
17th century Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi is best known for a highly unusual series of prints called Imaginary Prisons, utilizing his imagination and architectural sensibilities to create visions of imagined sinister jailrooms that inspired dark artists widely, including the likes of Guillermo del Toro, who is currently exhibiting some Piranesi originals from his private collection at his exhibition at LACMA.August 31, 2016
Kevin Peterson: A New Kind of Getaway
I always hate seeing an awesome album cover with credit to the artist nowhere to be found. Scour Instagrams and Tumblrs looking for an answer, and you might conclude that an anonymous gift was bestowed upon a band to represent their creative output. But when it comes to the newest Red Hot Chili Peppers album, The Getaway, the art is so identifiably Houston-based Kevin Peterson’s, no extra research is needed.August 03, 2016
Mária Švarbová and the Plastic People
Mária Švarbová is a photographer from Slovakia who is brilliant at creating minimalistic and surreal narratives, without the help of software. Her pictures can stand alone, but due to her thematic subjects, when presented in series each photograph seems to build on the previous. This characteristic is particularly interesting in Plastic People_Factory of Figurines, a string of photographs that feature a mysterious production of mannequins.June 28, 2016
Cindy Sherman and the "Imitation of Life"
The Broad’s first special exhibition is a comprehensive survey of the work of artist Cindy Sherman. Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life is the first major museum show of Sherman’s work in Los Angeles in nearly 20 years, and the exhibition fills The Broad’s first-floor galleries with 120 works drawn primarily from the Broad collection with key loans from other institutions. Our own Sam Graham attending the opening last week at the Broad in Downtown Los Angeles.June 14, 2016