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Albert Reyes "Made in America"
Albert Reyes's new exhibition at Slow Culture, "Made in America" features an immersive experience of 500+ works and various multimedia installations which includes a custom haunted house. During a time of uncertainty and instability, Albert’s work presents a unique insight into the world’s current state of affairs. With a expansive career having shown in various galleries and museums, this collection of work is a retrospective look into the artists ever evolving career.August 16, 2016
Guillermo del Toro: Gods and Monsters (Book Signing at LACMA on Friday, July 29)
On August 1st, 2016, LACMA will present filmmaker Guillermo del Toro's first museum retrospective, At Home With Monsters, a peek into the personal corridors of a director who would blanch at being called an auteur, who loves Hitchcock and made Hellboy. Inspirations from his other films like Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Blade II and Crimson Peak are among the 500 objects displayed. Anchored by the notebooks which have always served as his guide and amulet to this day, the exhibit is divided into vignettes where his themes of childhood, magic, Victoriana, horror, monsters, films and comics, as well as death and afterlife hold keys to this marvelous movie mind. The recreation of a thunderstorm in Rain Room at LACMA puts the participant in the midst of an art installation. Assuming the show displays the kind warmth and dazzling intelligence I was lucky to experience during my conversation with del toro, visitors to LACMA are in for a deeply engaging double feature. —Gwynned VitelloJuly 28, 2016
Amanda Watkins "Cholombianos"
Amanda Watkins is a British photographer and fashion designer documenting and exploring the aesthetic and social interaction of the "Cholombianos," a new Mexican scene that's been growing in the north of Mexico with a very particular visual and dress code. In Amanda's pictures we can see the appropriation of American hip-hop attire, unique haircuts and the syncretism between cumbia music, religious symbols like the Virgin of Guadalupe and old school Cholo calligraphy.July 27, 2016
Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective @ de Young Museum
Would anyone notice if we touched the lush velvet or buttery leather? Visit the Oscar de la Renta retrospective at the de Young Museum and see if you’re tempted. Journalist Andre Leon Talley has lent his cinematic eye to every detail of the 130-piece exhibit, which is staged in a travelogue of time and place. Black and white film of flamenco dance sets the mood for embroidered lace and rustling silk; a wall of fluttering green video flutters amid a secret garden of floral fabric; caftans blaze like colorful canvas. Stars dazzle on the screen above red-carpeted stairs and glam gowns. Evocative pieces of furniture from the museum’s collection dress the dramatic vignettes.May 25, 2016
A look inside "Raymond Pettibon: Homo Americanus" published by David Zwirner
The simplicity of the Black Flag logo, one of the most iconic punk rock logos ever constructed from drawing just four bars, was one of Raymond Pettibon’s earliest known images and one that would exemplify the artist’s knack for creating witty, definitive, comic styled imagery for the next 40 years.May 18, 2016
The Light of Coincidence, The Photographs of Kenneth Josephson
Stephen Daiter Gallery presents The Light of Coincidence, The Photographs of Kenneth Josephson. This exhibition coincides with the release of the newly published retrospective book of the same title by the University of Texas Press.May 17, 2016