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04.04.14 Marina Galperina

We loved the Mike Kelley retrospective at MoMA PS1 last year, and now that it’s moved to MOCA Geffen in Los Angeles, it appears that we’ve missed out on one dirty detail. This is Mike Kelley’s Chinatown Wishing Well. Carolina Miranda writes: It’s a lot to absorb. But while you’re at it, don’t forget to take a peek under and […]

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10.28.13 Kyle Petreycik

You may want to set aside a few days to view Mike Kelley’s massive MoMA PS1 retrospective, with work filling up every floor of the museum. The late artist worked in nearly every conceivable medium, from paintings to interactive installations to videos throughout the course of his thirty-five year long career. Nearly an entire floor devoted to the artist’s […]

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11.19.12 Irina Dvalidze

Ray Bradbury hardly needs any more cred at this point. But wait, there’s more! L&M Arts, a bicostal gallery with an LA location constructed on cite of the sci-fi writer’s former home, is certainly aware of author’s posthumous potential. While the gallery was built at the cost of demolishing the famed writer’s house where he penned […]

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