I recently spent some quality time inside Channa Horwitz‘s installation at François Ghebaly in Culver City, the last gallery show organized by the artist before her death in April. I liked the installation so much I made a GIF of all its movable parts (in addition to putting together a few words about it). Horwitz also has an interesting personal story. Click through to Hyperallergic to get the scoop — and the GIF.
Two L.A. shows — one at LACMA and the other at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture — serve as interesting bookends to Modernism. Read my take at Hyperallergic.
…where I’m talking about William Powhida’s show at Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles.