Artist Taloi Havini and Ruth McDougall, curator of Pacific art at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, discuss Havini's first Australian solo exhibition, Reclamation .
After structural issues forced The Armory Show into last-minute relocation pirouettes last year, the fair returns between 5 and 8 March 2020 with a flourishing programme, complemented by stand-out shows across New York City.
For her second solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery in London, Ella Kruglyanskaya's compositions signal the many possibilities of paint.
Established in 2014 by Susan Baik and presented across its spaces in Los Angeles and Seoul, Baik Art displays an international roster of artists with works that mainly focus on individual hybridity, globalisation, and cultural diaspora. Reflective of this global outlook, the gallery has also established a nomadic residency program that nurtures the sharing of ideas and visual language between art world collaborators, with its many iterations taking place in cities such as Seoul, Jogja, Mexico City and Los Angeles.Read More
With a broad, multi-national programme, the gallery represents an international roster of 14 artists. Included are international names such as Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Park Chel Ho, Kenny Scharf, Jane Brucker, Lies Kraal, Heri Dono, Carol Kaufman, and the late Han Youngsoo. Baik Art also represents emerging artists such as Jonathan Casella, Park Kyung Ryul, Jinju Lee and Eddy Susanto.
Artist talks and other conversational opportunities are regularly hosted by the gallery. The gallery also collaborates on exhibitions with other venues in Los Angeles and overseas. Of particular note is the Baik Art Mural Project, run collaboratively with the 18th Street Arts Center, which offers Los Angeles artists of varied disciplines one year’s free reign to produce art directly on the gallery’s exterior walls.
With a strong presence in Asia as well as Los Angeles, Baik Art participates in major art fairs in Asia such as Art Busan and Art Jakarta.
Los Angeles' art scene has a lot to offer during Frieze Los Angeles, with galleries, non-profits, and museums gearing up for the fair's second edition between 14 and 17 February 2020. In this Ocula Lowdown, Tessa Moldan lists a selection of the city's must-see shows.
With an ultra slick website that enables easy navigation of its 400 plus artworks from many of the leading artists of today, the Tiroche DeLeon Collection is unique in its focus and ownership structure. Established in 2011 by Serge Tiroche and Russ DeLeon, the collection is focused on artworks by both recognised masters, and emerging talent from...
'Climate change is not an issue of the environment,' writes the Global South collective Wretched of the Earth in the preface to a letter pleading for Extinction Rebellion to reconsider the tactics and politics of their struggle. 'It is an issue of power, violence and greed; it is political and it requires systems change.'
In one of Baik's two spaces on La Cienega Boulevard, the L.A.-based Rudel presents a unified series of work relating to the title OO, a biological reference to eggs, or ova. The title piece, a wall-mounted sphere roughly one foot in diameter, carved in wood and painted black and ocher, conjures at once associations from the pedestrian to the...
Chinese collectors have so quickly become a mainstay of the art market that it is easy to forget that wealthy Southeast Asian connoisseurs started buying contemporary art decades earlier.
A strong lineup of art shows are being offered this fall, more so than other seasons. With two big biennale events – the Gwangju Biennale and Busan Biennale – kicking off last week, major Korean museums and galleries have opened a plethora of exhibitions to attract the influx of international art professionals and local art lovers.
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