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At de boer gallery, Los Angeles, the artist plumbs personal documentation and film to create photorealistic paintings that destabilize truthhood

BY Gracie Hadland |

Twenty-five years since its publication, the correlations between power, wealth and ecology depicted in Davis's book remain utterly relevant

BY Justin Beal |

In his first solo show in Los Angeles since 1984, at Parrasch Heijnen, the artist shows paper and canvas works that draw from global influences

BY Jonathan Griffin |

From Kaari Upson’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, LA, to Clarice Lispector’s brilliant orbit of Brazilian artists at Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, here are the shows on our radar across the Americas

BY frieze |

The artist’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, defies easy assumptions about her work and life

BY Jonathan Griffin |

Nature and culture are inseparable in ‘Strike-Slip’, the artist’s first solo show at Bel Ami, Los Angeles

BY Jan Tumlir |

The artist looks to Bob Flanagan for new forms of radical love

BY Trisha Low |

A show of the artist’s new work at Kristina Kite, Los Angeles, slides between inanimate and living, sculpture and performance, artist and viewer

BY Gracie Hadland |

Across two new exhibitions in Los Angeles, the polymath showcases work from the 1980s to the present that reveals a talismanic power

BY Jonathan Griffin |

At Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles, the artist looks at the history of the Fordlândia colony in the Amazonian rainforest in relation to Bezos's megacorporation

BY Margarita Lila Rosa |

A survey at Art + Practice, Los Angeles, celebrates the artist’s unique combination of photography and dance

BY Tiffany Barber |

For his first solo show in Los Angeles, the artist transforms Rudolf Schindler’s famed Fitzpatrick-Leland House into a large-scale sonic installation 

BY Jan Tumlir |

Members and affiliates of Asco reflect on the influence of the Los Angeles avant-garde group and the events that inspired its creation

An ambitious exhibition in Los Angeles invites different interpretation of feminism to promote a collective resistance to systemic sexism

BY Natalie Haddad |

At Track 16, Los Angeles, the artist presents a collection of orientalist-inspired works that poignantly address current issues of race and misogyny in the US

BY Amber Power |

At Morán Morán’s new space in Los Angeles, the artist presents an array of makeshift objects that reveal the mutability of identity

BY Jonathan Griffin |

From his self-designed concrete house in Venice, the acclaimed architect discusses what makes his adopted home ‘extremely forgiving’, in the third video in the series on creative cities

In Collaboration with Jo Malone London

For his latest solo outing at Matthew Marks, Los Angeles, the artist presents a series of paintings inspired from the news lines during the pandemic and the minutia inside his studio

BY Jan Tumlir |

The Founder and CEO of 'Q&A' a technology and media company and former Global Head of Creator Services at Spotify shares his top five picks from Frieze Viewing Room