Fabrik

May 2017

On May 16th, TAG Gallery will premiere its new location in Miracle Mile with neon artist Linda Sue Price’s solo exhibition “Enlightened Systems.” Price’s show is a reaction to the escalating prevalence of Alt-facts in American and Western culture as a systematized effort to delegitimize

Though married to the earth, Donn Delson finds himself perpetually drawn to the sky for the unencumbered, unfamiliar, and consistently wondrous perspective it provides. Fortunately, Delson has no fear of heights and loves the adrenalin rush as he shoots from ‘doors off’ helicopters. “I have

Carnegie Art Museum Studio Gallery is pleased to celebrate Terry Arena’s spring residency with the exhibition Not Just Bees. During her March 16 – June 10 residency at CAM Studio Gallery, Arena reached a milestone of creating more than 100 graphite renderings as part of

Launch LA is excited to announce its upcoming exhibition with local artist Christine Weir. Qualia is a survey of Weir’s latest body of work that explores the emotional complexities of contemporary life. In this series, she meticulously and earnestly chronicles the internal response to chaos

Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to present Broken Language, an exhibition featuring four artists whose works operate within coded systems of visual communication. These artists utilize fractured letterforms, emojis, trademarks, commercial illustrations, and icons in a process that dismisses linear narrative in favor of non-hierarchical structures

Opening at ARK Gallery June 3rd, artist Steve Seleska presents his first solo exhibition “Uncharted Territory.” As a study of microscopic environments and fantasy landscapes, Seleska’s work prompts the viewer to consider what is happening in the world on a molecular level that affects our

101/EXHIBIT is pleased to announce its upcoming solo exhibition of new works by Robin Eley. An expansion of his previous body of work, Loss/Less walks the line between abstraction and figuration to explore the collision of our physical and digital identities. Eley takes this exploration