October 12, 2021

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Speed Wheels Stories: A Conversation with Jim Phillips

Coinciding with are recent feature in our Fall 2021 quarterly on the Art of the Speed Wheels and the current exhibition, The Art of the Santa Cruz Speed Wheel on view at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History through January 2, 2022, we will spend the next few months dipping into the Santa Cruz skate archives and speak with

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Soft Words Make It Easier to Bear: Timothy Lai @ Jack Barrett

An artist whose work has been playing wonderful games with our head is currently having his first solo exhibition in New York so we couldn’t pass on the opportunity to write about Timonthy Lai’s Soft Words Make It Easier to Bear. Up on view until October 24rd at Jack Barrett the twelve new paintings present

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Anna Park’s Charcoal Drawings of the End of the World Have Earned Her Fans From Top Curators to KAWS. At 25, She’s Just Getting Started

Anna Park’s drawings have the feel of a heady, debaucherous last supper. Delirious figures with grasping hands emerge from crowded environments full of American pomp and pageantry—barbecues, tea parties, game shows—their bodies fragmenting in angular, abstract explosions like shattered glass. “It’s humanity at its finest,” Park said during a recent visit to her Bushwick studio.

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A New Error: Sebas Velasco’s New Works on Display in London

I have been lookin a lot at the works of Charles Sheeler, the early and mid-20th century American painter and photographer who focused on US architecture and industry. His buildings were often marvels of steel and concrete, minimalized to bare essentials of shape and mass and devoid of humans. Things didn’t quite feel manmade, almost alien

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How Does Painter Jennifer Guidi Get in the Zone? The Artist Describes Her Studio Rituals Ahead of a Solo Presentation at Frieze

Jennifer Guidi knows how to focus. The Los Angeles artist is known for creating radiant, mandala-like paintings with undulating colors and bursts of line. Works from her latest series, “Painted Universe Mandalas,” will make their public debut this week in a solo presentation by Gagosian at Frieze London. To create the works, Guidi covers raw

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