Dreamscapes of All Sizes at the “Sea Witch Space Witch” Group Exhibition

Work from multiple artists who've explored the depths of the spiritual abyss on view at the Modern Love Club

With a title like “Sea Witch Space Witch,” one might not expect the components of an exhibition to be about its surrounding New York City neighborhood. And yet that’s what one finds when walking into the East Village’s Modern Love Club. The current exhibition, curated by Gabrielle Sirkin, tells many stories—of the sublime, the surreal, the mythical and magical—but it’s very much about owner Amy …

Photographer Kate Ballis’ “Hypercolour Fantasy: Infra Realism” at Garis & Hahn

Palm Springs and the Southwest colored with intense neon hues in a new series of images

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick For locals and visitors, much of the appeal of places like Palm Springs and neighboring southwest regions is the beauty—the remoteness, and the subsequent tension between the naturally barren and the highly stylized touch of humans. Photographer Kate Ballis has captured this strikingly in her new body of work, “Infra Realism,” currently on display at LA’s Garis & Hahn in her …

Los Angeles Queer Biennial 2018: What if Utopia

A celebration and coming together of culture and community in DTLA

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick Running through Pride month in Los Angeles, the third incarnation of the Queer Biennial is currently underway, bringing together artists from around the world to activate the city’s communities through LGBTQ+ art. Set to the titular theme “What If Utopia,” the Biennial’s various programs seek to define what a queer paradise could be. From nude dinner parties with drag queens to …

RAMMELLZEE: It’s Not Who But What

Created as part of the current exhibition, Red Bull Arts New York joined forces with director Oscar Boyson and producer Elara Pictures for a wild ride into the world of RAMMELLZEE—an icon, artist, graffiti writer, hip-hop pioneer and so much more. Exploring the artist’s theatricality, myths and remarkable imagination, the video sums up the complex legend as best as a nine-minute film can. As artist …

Interview: Artist Richard Woods on “Upgrade” at Skip Gallery

Dissecting an exhibition on houses and housing in London

Housing and houses are an English obsession—the old adage “an Englishman’s home is his castle” still holds true for many, and the failure of millennials to get on the property ladder, as well as the increase of homelessness in major UK cities, are regularly the subject of the news. That the artist Richard Woods is one of those fascinated by the topic is no wonder; …