- Kori Newkirk
- Dorit Cypis
- Brett Cody Rogers
Cody Trepte, “So This Is”
Cody Trepte was invited by LM Projects in 2011 to create the project, “So This Is,”
a silver gelatin photograph paired with a color shifting silkscreen print exploring Trepte’s
interest in meaning through ommission. This piece will be exhibited at
Shoshana Wayne through Oct. 13, 2012
Echo of Echo
Curated by Shirley Tse and Marichris Ty
September 8 – October 13, 2012
Salomón Huerta: Let Everything Else Burn
Now available at:
Hennessy and Ingalls, Space 15 Twenty
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
1818 N. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
2012 LACE AUCTION
We’re happy to be one of the curators for this year’s LACE Auction! Our picks are:
Kelly Barrie, Carolyn Castano, Ken Gonzalez-Day, Salomón Huerta, David Gilbert
Come out to the auction and support LACE!
> more info
25 Alternative L.A. Art Spaces to Check Out Now
By Carol Cheh, May 3 2012
Art + publication
LM Projects: Print ain’t dead
As a writer, I have a special fondness for LM Projects, whose constellation of projects places equal emphasis on publications, editioned artworks and art exhibitions. Located in a historic business building downtown, LM Projects has been run by Lorraine Molina since 2009. In summer 2011, I saw an excellent dual slide presentation by artists Kim Schoen and Cody Trepte, exploring the connections between their two practices, which deal in different ways with science, language and uncertainty. This summer, LM Projects is launching a limited-edition artist book by Kori Newkirk, in which he explores his own creative process, showing, in Molina’s words, “the space that is unseen to the public and very private to the artist.”
Congratulations to Cody Trepte!
For his inclusion in the first Los Angeles biennial, Made in L.A. June 2 – September 2.
His work will be featured at the Hammer Museum.
Bound and Exhibited
Shana Nys Dambrot Thursday, Jan 12 2012
Common wisdom has it that the book is an endangered species, but the proliferation of and market for high-end artist books — special, often unique or limited-edition visual art in book form — is more robust than ever. Distinct from an exhibition catalog or even a monographic survey, artist books typically combine images, texts and original works for certain price points, but are conceived as self-contained works of art in themselves. For renowned L.A. painter Salomón Huerta, Let Everything Else Burn is such a work, and he is finally ready to present and sign it this afternoon in the REDCAT lounge.
Interview with Salomón Huerta
Watch Salomón talk about painting, process and his latest artist book, “Let Everything Else Burn.”