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Can you find June’s Hue: MAROONED MAROON in your daily environment?! TAG US @artillery_mag with #RemarksOnColor with you...
06/15/2021

Can you find June’s Hue: MAROONED MAROON in your daily environment?!

TAG US @artillery_mag with #RemarksOnColor with your new finds!

Remarks on Color: June’s Hue
Marooned Maroon
by Eve Wood

"Maroon is unmoored, untethered, unhinged, and completely undone by the weight of isolation… Maroon is strangely inconsolable, forever looking for other like-minded colors like Sangria, Burnt Sienna and Chilli Pepper Red with whom she might share her sadness."

This month we encourage you to take charge and (safely) explore the world of color around you. Color is all around us but often never seen. Tag us @artillery_mag with the #RemarksOnColor with your new finds!

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/remarks-on-color-marooned-maroon/

Images:
Jesse Mockrin, Blank and Pitiless, 2021
Egon Schiele, Lovers 1916

HAPPY PRIDE to all! Our Favorite Time of Year!Image: ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)Ladies and Gentlemen (Marsha Johnson)four un...
06/13/2021

HAPPY PRIDE to all! Our Favorite Time of Year!

Image:
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Ladies and Gentlemen (Marsha Johnson)
four unique polaroid prints
each: 4¼ x 3 3/8 in. (10.8 x 8.6 cm.)
Executed in 1975.

Celebrate Q***r culture at:
Andy Warhol: Photo Factory at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Polaroids and photographic prints rule the show,
including 20 never-before-seen images by Warhol, and
a sprinkle of instantly recognizable base material that
would later become some of Warhol’s most famous
mass produced images in silk screen.

We can't Wait!

https://awphotofactory.splashthat.com/

@neuehouse @artminion_

HAPPY PRIDE to all! Our Favorite Time of Year!

Image:
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Ladies and Gentlemen (Marsha Johnson)
four unique polaroid prints
each: 4¼ x 3 3/8 in. (10.8 x 8.6 cm.)
Executed in 1975.

Celebrate Q***r culture at:
Andy Warhol: Photo Factory at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Polaroids and photographic prints rule the show,
including 20 never-before-seen images by Warhol, and
a sprinkle of instantly recognizable base material that
would later become some of Warhol’s most famous
mass produced images in silk screen.

We can't Wait!

https://awphotofactory.splashthat.com/

@neuehouse @artminion_

Outside LA: Julie Curtiss White Cube Mason’s YardBy Cristina Ricci "...Curtiss' interest in exploring the absurdities of...
06/12/2021

Outside LA: Julie Curtiss
White Cube Mason’s Yard
By Cristina Ricci

"...Curtiss' interest in exploring the absurdities of everyday life is immediately evoked by a series of disparate vignettes occupied by faceless subjects."

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/outside-la-julie-curtiss/

Images:
Julie Curtiss, Le Futur, 2021
Julie Curtiss, Vesica, 2021
Julie Curtiss, States of Mind, 2021. Image courtesy of Artsy
Julie Curtiss, Interstice, 2020

Photographs courtesy of the artist and White Cube Mason’s Yard

Julie Curtiss “Monads and Dyads”
May 14 - June 26, 2021

GALLERY ROUNDSGallery Rounds: Patrizio di MassimoFrançois Ghebaly Galleryby Emily Babette"There is an antagonist and pro...
06/11/2021

GALLERY ROUNDS

Gallery Rounds: Patrizio di Massimo
François Ghebaly Gallery
by Emily Babette

"There is an antagonist and protagonist in each melodramatic mise-en-scène—the antagonist caught 'red handed'—their deeds immortalized in paint."

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/gallery-rounds-patrizio-di-massimo/

Images:
Patrizio di Massimo, Mum’s Floral Robe, 2020
Installation View, Close at Hand, 2021
Patrizio di Massimo,The Island, 2020

All photographs courtesy of the artist and François Ghebaly Gallery

Patrizio di Massimo "Close at Hand"
May 22 - June 19, 2021

Pick of the Week: Arnold KempJOANby Cole Sweetwood"...stacked with forty copies of Eat of Me: I am the Savior,... There ...
06/10/2021

Pick of the Week: Arnold Kemp
JOAN
by Cole Sweetwood

"...stacked with forty copies of Eat of Me: I am the Savior,... There is a transposition of identity, a conflation of artist and author."

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/pick-of-the-week-arnold-kemp/

Images:
Arnold Kemp, Mr. Kemp: Yellowing, Drying, Scorching, 2020
Installation View, False Hydras, 2021
Close up of Arnold Kemp, Mr. Kemp: Yellowing, Drying, Scorching, 2020
Installation View, False Hydras, 2021

All photographs courtesy of the artist and JOAN, Los Angeles

Arnold Kemp "False Hydras"
March 4 - June 19, 2021

@joanlosangeles
@arnoldjosephkemp
@cole_sweetwood

Photos from Criview's post
06/10/2021

Photos from Criview's post

Andy Warhol: Photo Factory at NeueHouse Hollywood. Polaroids and photographic prints rule the show, including 20 never-b...
06/08/2021

Andy Warhol: Photo Factory at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Polaroids and photographic prints rule the show, including 20 never-before-seen images by Warhol, and a sprinkle of instantly recognizable base material that would later become some of Warhol’s most famous mass produced images in silk screen.

A must-see!

https://awphotofactory.splashthat.com/

@neuehouse @artminion_

Andy Warhol: Photo Factory at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Polaroids and photographic prints rule the show, including 20 never-before-seen images by Warhol, and a sprinkle of instantly recognizable base material that would later become some of Warhol’s most famous mass produced images in silk screen.

A must-see!

https://awphotofactory.splashthat.com/

@neuehouse @artminion_

GALLERY ROUNDS: Emil AlzamoraLowell Ryan ProjectsBy Sydney Walters"Surrealist psyche unshackled, Alzamora’s sculptures s...
06/07/2021

GALLERY ROUNDS: Emil Alzamora
Lowell Ryan Projects
By Sydney Walters

"Surrealist psyche unshackled, Alzamora’s sculptures stand among the fluid and powerfully charged sculptures of Umberto Boccioni. In fact, his provocative and alluring forms far outweigh any conceptual fodder."

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/gallery-rounds-emil-alzamora/

Images:
Emil Alzamora, sky Island
Alzamora, Wormhole at Cladh Hallan, 2021
Installation View
All photographs courtesy of the artist and Lowell Ryan Projects.

Emil Alzamora "Waymaker"
May 8 - June 19, 2021

@lowellryanprojects
@emilalzamora

Pick of the Week: Federico SolmiLuis de Jesusby Cole Sweetwood"The show, through all its varied mediums, points a finger...
06/06/2021

Pick of the Week: Federico Solmi
Luis de Jesus
by Cole Sweetwood

"The show, through all its varied mediums, points a finger towards the rampant deification of these historical figures despite the atrocities and pain they perpetuated and profited from."

VISIT TO READ
https://artillerymag.com/pick-of-the-week-federico-solmi/

Luis de Jesus
1110 S. Mateo St., Los Angeles, CA 90021
Thru June 19th, 2021

IMAGES:
Federico Solmi
American Bucolic, 2020
White ink on black paper (two sheets)
27.5 x 39.25 in (69.9 x 99.7 cm)
28.5 x 40.25 in (72.4 x 102.2 cm) Framed

Federico Solmi
The Bathhouse, 2020
Five channel video installation, color, sound, Plexiglass, acrylic paint on wooden frames
09:46 runtime
72 in. x 240 in (182.9 x 609.6 cm)

Federico Solmi
The Indulgent Fathers, 2020
Acrylic Paint, mixed media on plexiglass, LED screen, video loop, Plexiglass, acrylic paint on wooden frame
72 x 48 x 5 in (182.9 x 121.9 x 12.7 cm)

Federico Solmi
The Bacchanalian Ones, 2021
Virtual Reality Experience for Oculus Quest 2 with three unique hand-sculpted masks (Theodora, George Washington, and
Colombo) and VR head sets with controllers.

@cole_sweetwood
@luisdejesuslosangeles
@federico_solmi

OUTSIDE LA: PETER HUJARMaureen Paley, Londonby Eran Sabaner Kalaora“They are the necessary mise-en-scenes in creating q*...
06/04/2021

OUTSIDE LA: PETER HUJAR
Maureen Paley, London
by Eran Sabaner Kalaora

“They are the necessary mise-en-scenes in creating q***r worlds and they amplify the feelings of ecstasy and extravagance associated with q***r creative expressions.”

VISIT TO READ NOW
https://artillerymag.com/outside-la-peter-hujar/

IMAGES:
Peter Hujar, Georg Osterman Backstage at “Camille”, 1974. Pigmented ink print. © 1987 The Peter Hujar Archive LLC. Image courtesy of Maureen Paley, London, and The Peter Hujar Archive.

Peter Hujar, John Waters (I), 1975. Pigmented ink print, 37.5 x 37.5 cm. © 1987 The Peter Hujar Archive LLC. Image courtesy of Maureen Paley, London, and The Peter Hujar Archive.

PEter Hujar, Divine, 1975. Pigmented ink print. © 1987 The Peter Hujar Archive LLC. Image courtesy of Maureen Paley, London, and The Peter Hujar Archive.

PETER HUJAR
“Backstage”
15 May – 13 June 2021
Open by appointment only, Wednesday – Sunday 11 am – 6 pm

@Eran Sabaner

CODE ORANGE: PHOTO CONTESTCurated by Laura LondonMay-June 2021 Finalist!Beth Davila Waldman, Nomadic Landscapes No. 1, 2...
05/31/2021

CODE ORANGE: PHOTO CONTEST
Curated by Laura London

May-June 2021 Finalist!

Beth Davila Waldman, Nomadic Landscapes No. 1, 2021, Palm Springs, CA; Digital Photograph

To See the Winners
+ Find Contest Entry Info, VISIT:
https://artillerymag.com/code-orange-5/

CODE ORANGE: PHOTO CONTEST
Curated by Laura London

May-June 2021 Finalist!

Beth Davila Waldman, Nomadic Landscapes No. 1, 2021, Palm Springs, CA; Digital Photograph

To See the Winners
+ Find Contest Entry Info, VISIT:
https://artillerymag.com/code-orange-5/

Loosely StatedROSEGALLERY by Daniel Austin Warren“Yes, this room replete with female gaze doesn’t call attention to the ...
05/30/2021

Loosely Stated
ROSEGALLERY
by Daniel Austin Warren

“Yes, this room replete with female gaze doesn’t call attention to the label; it needs us to investigate and arrive at its reality.”

https://artillerymag.com/loosely-stated/

Read more in PRIVATE PROPERTY
May-June 2021 Issue

Click the Link in Bio to get your copy!

IMAGES:
Jo Ann Callis, Salt, Pepper, Fire, 1980, courtesy of ROSEGALLERY.

Installation view of “Loosely Stated”, 2021, courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

Kennedi Carter, Soon As I Get Home II, from East Durham Love, 2019, courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

DEREK WEISBERGTrotter & Sholer, NYC"I’ve Done Too Much Slithering, I’m Now Claiming Skies"OUTSIDE LAby Annabel Keenan“…m...
05/29/2021

DEREK WEISBERG
Trotter & Sholer, NYC

"I’ve Done Too Much Slithering, I’m Now Claiming Skies"

OUTSIDE LA
by Annabel Keenan

“…much like the human condition, there is a sense of mutability, as if the imperfections retain the potential to change over time.”

April 29 - June 9, 2021
168 Suffolk Street, New York, NY 10002

Images:
Derek Weisberg, THE ALCHEMY OF UNEXPECTED MEETINGS IV, 2020, Detail, MIXED MEDIA, INK, CHINA MARKER, GRAPHITE AND OIL PASTEL ON PAPER MOUNTED OVER FABRIC

Derek Weisberg, "I’ve Done Too Much Slithering, I’m Now Claiming Skies", Installation View

Derek Weisberg, EVERY EGO IS FAR FROM UNITY III, 2014, Porcelain, Stoneware, & Glaze

Derek Weisberg, THE ALCHEMY OF UNEXPECTED MEETINGS III, MIXED MEDIA, INK, CHINA MARKER, GRAPHITE AND OIL PASTEL ON PAPER MOUNTED OVER FABRIC, 2020

Link in Bio or Swipe Up in Stories to read more!
https://artillerymag.com/gallery-rounds-cristian-castro/

CRISTIAN CASTROBuilding Bridges Art Exchange“Robotix: Intersections of Art and Technology”GALLERY ROUNDS by Angela Groom...
05/28/2021

CRISTIAN CASTRO
Building Bridges Art Exchange
“Robotix: Intersections of Art and Technology”

GALLERY ROUNDS by Angela Groom

“…honoring the obsolete through renewal and extension of life, it seems it’s not only art but also a public service.”

Cristian Castro: “Robotix: Intersections of Art and Technology”

Building Bridges Art Exchange
On View April 17 – June 5th, 2021

Images:
Cristian Castro, Mantix, 2011
Cristian Castro, 27 Fish, 2018, Installation View
Cristian Castro, Egg 771 (2008)

Click Link in Bio or Swipe Up to Read More!
https://artillerymag.com/gallery-rounds-cristian-castro/

ROLAND REISSDiane Rosenstein GalleryPICK OF THE WEEK by cole Sweetwood Last Day to Catch It! 831 N Highland Avenue, Los ...
05/27/2021

ROLAND REISS
Diane Rosenstein Gallery

PICK OF THE WEEK by cole Sweetwood

Last Day to Catch It!
831 N Highland Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90038
Through May 28th, 2021

“…Reiss physicalizes the division and invites you to immerse yourself in it.”

Images:
The Castle of Perseverance, 1978, Roland Reiss, Particle Board, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Detail

The Castle of Perseverance, 1978, Roland Reiss, Particle Board, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Installation View

The Castle of Perseverance, 1978, Roland Reiss, Particle Board, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Installation View

Click Link in Bio or Swipe Up to Read More!
https://artillerymag.com/pick-of-the-week-roland-reiss/

Installation view: Patrick Wilson "Keeping Time" On view until June 5, 2021 at Vielmetter Los AngelesCourtesy of the art...
05/27/2021

Installation view: Patrick Wilson "Keeping Time"

On view until June 5, 2021 at Vielmetter Los Angeles

Courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles
Photo credit: Jeff McLane

@vielmetter @patrickwilson4168

#vielmettergallery #vielmetterlosangeles #patrickwilson #gallery #exhibition #onview #now

05/26/2021

HIGH LIFE TO RUINATION:
SoCal Photographers Cover It All

By Colin Westerbeck

This review takes a look at two recent photography books from Southern California photographers Jona Frank and John Divola.

Get your copy of PRIVATE PROPERTY our May-June 2021 Issue to read today!

ARTILLERY MAY/JUNE 2021 “PRIVATE PROPERTY” OUT NOWThis issue is chalk full of fantastic art criticism & international co...
05/25/2021

ARTILLERY MAY/JUNE 2021 “PRIVATE PROPERTY” OUT NOW

This issue is chalk full of fantastic art criticism & international coverage of of art that pushes the boundaries of privatization and land enclosure.

“Private Property” includes gallery reviews, artist interview with David Horvitz, books reviews, LA art history of Senga Nengudi, columns, current events, poems, comics and much more!

You can purchase a copy now by clicking our bio or by selecting a subscription plan. You can also find us on participating newsstands.

You won’t want to miss out on this issue, grab yours today!

PRIVATE PROPERTY MAY-JUNE ISSUE 2021 Provenance: Senga Nengudi’s Public Rituals Ceremony for Freeway Fets (1978)by Kelly...
05/24/2021

PRIVATE PROPERTY
MAY-JUNE ISSUE 2021

Provenance: Senga Nengudi’s Public Rituals
Ceremony for Freeway Fets (1978)

by Kelly Rappleye

“These upheavals remind us that urban spaces reflect rituals that are neither determined nor static. These spaces are daily experiments in collective living and continuously reconfigured by competing visions for the future, which contour the conditions and needs of the present.
In her 1979 documentary Shopping Bag Spirits and Freeway Fetishes, Barbara McCullough interviews fellow LA artists of the 1970s Black Art movement (known as LA Rebellion) on the meaning of ritual in their work and practice. In the film, sculpture and performance artist Seng Nengudi describes her public performance work Ceremony for Freeway Fets (1978) as a ritual that used public space as its medium.“

Image 1:

Senga Nengudi, Ceremony for Freeway Fets, 1978. Chromogenic development print; series of 11, each: 12 × 18 in. © Senga Nengudi. Photo: Roderick ‘Quaku’ Young

Image 2:

Senga Nengudi, Ceremony for Freeway Fets, 1978. Chromogenic development print; series of 11, each: 12 × 18 in. © Senga Nengudi. Photo: Roderick ‘Quaku’ Young

Image 3:

Senga Nengudi, Ceremony for Freeway Fets, 1978. Chromogenic development print; series of 11, each: 12 × 18 in. © Senga Nengudi. Photo: Roderick ‘Quaku’ Young

Image 4:

Senga Nengudi, Ceremony for Freeway Fets, 1978. Chromogenic development print; series of 11, each: 12 × 18 in. © Senga Nengudi. Photo: Roderick ‘Quaku’ Young

https://artillerymag.com/provenance-senga-nengudis-public-rituals/

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JOIN US ON CLUBHOUSEWednesday, 5pm PST Interview with our editor-in-chief Tulsa Kinney and Artillery writers Julie Schul...
05/24/2021

JOIN US ON CLUBHOUSE
Wednesday, 5pm PST

Interview with our editor-in-chief Tulsa Kinney and Artillery writers Julie Schulte & Zak Smith, Hosted by Gordy Grundy.

DM for the Link or Check the Stories!

JOIN US ON CLUBHOUSE
Wednesday, 5pm PST

Interview with our editor-in-chief Tulsa Kinney and Artillery writers Julie Schulte & Zak Smith, Hosted by Gordy Grundy.

DM for the Link or Check the Stories!

"Save the date for "Senses of Brown," an online exhibition presented by The Armory Show and curated by César García-Alva...
05/24/2021

"Save the date for "Senses of Brown," an online exhibition presented by The Armory Show and curated by César García-Alvarez, founder of the Mistake Room (TMR) and co-Curator of the third edition of Desert X 2021.

The show explores the debates around the term "Latinx" through the lens of contemporary artistic practices. This virtual exhibition brings together a group of artists whose personhoods and practices discomfort histories, definitions, perspectives, and opinions about what constitutes Latinidad and their own places within it. An ephemeral online exhibition on view from June 3-13 on thearmoryshow.com."

Image: Detail of Maria Fragoso, Seeding, 2020. Courtesy of the artist and 1969 Gallery.

@thearmoryshow
@tmrcesar
#ArmoryAccessCurated
#TheArmoryShow2021
#TheArmoryShow

"Save the date for "Senses of Brown," an online exhibition presented by The Armory Show and curated by César García-Alvarez, founder of the Mistake Room (TMR) and co-Curator of the third edition of Desert X 2021.

The show explores the debates around the term "Latinx" through the lens of contemporary artistic practices. This virtual exhibition brings together a group of artists whose personhoods and practices discomfort histories, definitions, perspectives, and opinions about what constitutes Latinidad and their own places within it. An ephemeral online exhibition on view from June 3-13 on thearmoryshow.com."

Image: Detail of Maria Fragoso, Seeding, 2020. Courtesy of the artist and 1969 Gallery.

@thearmoryshow
@tmrcesar
#ArmoryAccessCurated
#TheArmoryShow2021
#TheArmoryShow

A Conversation with Emily BarkerMake it Newby Julie Schulte“The people in marginalized communities are the people with t...
05/22/2021

A Conversation with Emily Barker
Make it New
by Julie Schulte

“The people in marginalized communities are the people with the most needs and their labor and work to survive is then appropriated because identity politics is something you can capitalize off of.”

Image:
Emily Barker, photo by Jass Leuo.

https://artillerymag.com/a-conversation-with-emily-barker/

A Conversation with Emily Barker
Make it New
by Julie Schulte

“The people in marginalized communities are the people with the most needs and their labor and work to survive is then appropriated because identity politics is something you can capitalize off of.”

Image:
Emily Barker, photo by Jass Leuo.

https://artillerymag.com/a-conversation-with-emily-barker/

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