TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/16-2/22)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/16-2/22)

Fruiting Bodies is inspired by a meditation on Charles Demuth’s “Pink Tulips,” (1930) – an understated watercolor found on the artist’s easel at the time of his death and painted concurrent to his homoerotic pencil drawings. Each of the four artist in this exhibition...
THINKS to Think

THINKS to Think

THINKS to Think is a new Wednesday feature for the reimagined Bad at Sports. Who better to inspire imagination than Dr. Seuss? Oh, the THINKS you can Think! is classic Seuss. I discovered it last Christmas when my brother gave a copy to his friend’s son–and...
Reviews to Make You Swoon

Reviews to Make You Swoon

LOS ANGELES—ALL THE BEST at Central Park Gallery combines paintings, sculptures, and wearables blurs the line between art objects and design. Ross Hansen and Benjamin Wills, along with a supporting cast of makers including Jmy James Kidd, Emily Marchand, and Lauren...
WLPN, Grossmalerman, updates to the blog, oh my.

WLPN, Grossmalerman, updates to the blog, oh my.

Dearest Friends & Frenemies of Bad at Sports, Bad at Sports/badatsports.com (B@S) continues to conquer the universe! Latest victory – terrestrial radio! On the heels of the wildly successful past 10 years of having the most popular art podcast in the World and a...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/9-2/15)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/9-2/15)

Villon makes no mention of his legal problems, which most critics cite as the real reason for his departure. Before leaving, he bequeaths his nonexistent or valueless property to his friends and relatives. For instance, he wills his “renown,” which could not have been...
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/2-2/8)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/2-2/8)

Regina José Galindo has developed a socially and politically motivated practice in which she strives to acknowledge the thirty-six years of civil war her country endured, but also looks forward to a more peaceful and productive future. . . Her works are combative and...