Murakami Meets Abloh in “America Too”

Takashi Murakami has never been one to feel constrained by the rules of the art world, and his latest collaborative effort at Gagosian Beverly Hills carries this theme of his oeuvre to new heights. Featuring works created in tandem with fashion icon  Virgil Abloh, the exhibition “America Too” sets…


Buying into Tony Berlant

Tony Berlant’s art is all about the detail. His compositions can be read from across the room, but it is in close proximity that their brilliance truly comes into view. The incredibly intricacy of each composition comes together in his latest exhibition, “Tony Berlant: Fast Forward” at Los Angeles’…


Take Two from Take Two: L’Atlas versus Miljan Suknoviç

If success in art means a balance of tensions, nowhere was this push-pull more aptly illustrated than in the recent, “Take Two” exhibition at New York’s Catherine Ahnell Gallery. The four rising international artists featured in the showcase were captivating, however a particularly compelling…


Keep Your Eye on the Ball: A Look at Jeff Koons’ Latest Installation

As an artist who has defined his career around the artful act of appropriation, Jeff Koons has often used the lens of the artwork of others to make his own unique statement. From his early pop culture references to his play with materiality in his landmark Rabbit (1986), Koons has consistently…


A New “Twist” on Contemporary Painting: Jason Galbut at the Bortolami Gallery in New York

It is rare when three works can so effectively dominate a gallery space in captivating conversation with one another, but that is exactly the success achieved in “Twist,” the installation of three new large-scale works by Miami-based artist Jason Galbut at New York’s Bortolami Gallery. On view…


Romancing the Dot: The Art of Paul Kolker

Pushing the potential of visual perception, Paul Kolker uses the streamlined form of the dot and the repetitive rhythm of the line to create a powerful array of new works. These compositions take center stage in “Flatland Reimagined…A Romance of the Line and the Dot,” on view at the Paul Kolker…