Anat Ebgi trusts her relationships. More than any singular artist or exhibition she has shown since starting her gallery, it's the community she has developed that defines both her working practice and vision.
Whyte, who is artist in residence at Lux Art Institute, says: 'I hope to create interest in a larger conversation on immigration and certainly the notion of identity. The identity you had in your home country is not who you will be in your host country.'
To situate oneself within Jibade-Khalil Huffman's installations is to recognize what new languages we share.
In the midst of the Black Lives Matter protests that unfolded in response to police brutality following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and others, artist Greg Ito was contacted by the Los Angeles Times to contribute an illustration.
Anat Ebgi here in Los Angeles is hosting two new art exhibitions at her AE2 location, as well as her namesake art gallery, Anat Ebgi.
Live from 23–26 September and featuring 100 Art Basel galleries from 28 countries and territories, 'OVR:2020' will be exclusively dedicated to works made this year.
On a visit to her native southwestern Louisiana around 1970, Tina Girouard inherited eight lengths of patterned 1940s silk from her mother-in-law, who had been given the material by a relative named Solomon Matlock.
American artist Tina Girouard, whose multimedia conceptual practice was infused with symbolism, narrative, and strains of post-Minimalism and Pattern and Decoration, died on Tuesday at her home in Cecilia, Louisiana.
Through painterly and conceptual ingenuity, Janet Werner has created a visual language to explore the multiplicity of the self.
Tatreez is a centuries-old Palestinian form of cross-stitch embroidery, most commonly practiced by women.
Home is Not a Place affords its artists a great degree of freedom to explore the nuances of 'home.' The sum of their efforts amounts to a tapestry that threads love and dread into a cohesive whole.