Twitter Reviews – April 2009

August 11, 2009 at 9:19 PM Leave a comment

Michel Tabori: No time to Pretend @William Turner (****) Liked color field abstracts. Text works don’t work. #artLA
3:52 PM Apr 18th from txt

Greg Miller: Signs of the Nearly Actual @William Turner (***) Wishing he would move on, grow, get beyond nostalgia, something. #artLA
3:56 PM Apr 18th from txt

Fructose Overdose @ Copro/Nason (***) Too packed salon-style to appreciate everything. Liked Kukula “Untitled” & Travis Louie “Ginseng Man”
4:13 PM Apr 18th from txt

Femke Hiemstra: The Herring’s Hairdo @ Copro/Nason (*****) Great mix of fairytale storybook & eerie, scary. #artLA
4:23 PM Apr 18th from txt

Sam Cherry @ Track 16 (****) Not sure I needed to see Bukowski on the can though. #artLA
4:39 PM Apr 18th from txt

Zadok Ben David: Backfield @ Shoshana Wayne (*****) Installation is totally amazing. Everyone gasps. I won’t spoil it. #art LA
4:49 PM Apr 18th from txt

Keith Weesner: Nightlight @ Copro/Nason (***) Relies solely on the desirability of hot rods and pin-up chicks. #artLA
10:46 PM Apr 20th from web

Jeremy Thomas @ Samuel Freeman (****) Great combo of opposites in inflated steel forms, light air/heavy metal & shiny powder coat/soft patina.
11:15 PM Apr 20th from web

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