Author: Sharon Mizota

Artist's simulated banana grove is a stinking indictment of American corporate greed

Walk into “Video Art in Latin America” at LAXART and you’ll wonder: Why does it smell like rotten bananas in here? The gallery’s contribution to the constellation of exhibitions known as Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a sprawling survey of video from the 1970s to the present. Deftly curated by… Source: Entertainment

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Ludovica Gioscia at Baert Gallery: A collision of past, present and future

Much of Ludovica Gioscia’s maximalist exhibition at Baert Gallery is based on a dream in which she created a glowing Abstract Expressionist canvas that embodied everything, like the Internet. Source: Entertainment

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What's in a shape? For artist Andy Kolar, there's so much at play

Andy Kolar’s works at Walter Maciel Gallery make a veile reference to homophobia but also to a kind of closeness. Source: Entertainment

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Near downtown L.A., an oddly entrancing art installation, at once beautiful and troubling

A peek inside Klara Liden’s strange, spare installation at Reena Spaulings Fine Art. Source: Entertainment

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