Jordan Riefe

In the immortal words of The Doors frontman Jim Morrison: “People are strange.” It’s a song that

Jeffrey Deitch is rapidly becoming a fan favorite at Art Basel Miami Beach where last year he showed works by Rammellzee,

Fundamental to the art of William Kentridge is charcoal, a simple prehistoric medium that has long anchored his multi-disciplined, intellectually epic body of…

The fedora stays on, the jacket, too, even in the dog days of summer as Bell mills about his new show, Larry Bell & John Chamberlain. His contribution includes a corner of the south gallery…
Painted over the past three years, Plants and Animals, Jonas Wood’s current show at LA’s David Kordansky Gallery, features twenty-five new works that seem like snapshots of quarantine views from…
Vellum LA and DIVERSEartLA share the goal of broadening the conversation around art, redefining what has value and who gets to call themselves artists. “At the end of the day, art is subjective,”…
While his sardonic take on societal ills is omnipresent, the works are inevitably diminished out of context. Sure, you can step into an immersive room with four-wall projections, but immersive it isn…