On the last weekend of January, the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair (ALAC) stamped an impressive footprint on the second floor of the Pacific Design Center (PDC).
The idea of curating a show entirely from Post-it notes is so simple that it quietly slipped below my critical radar. The concept alone is very layered and clever, in addition to the fact that the format would serve well in a charitable capacity.
A new gallery opening in the wake of this depression is nothing short of a miracle, but to say that Prism Gallery “opened” is an understatement. Its appearance in Los Angeles was more like a close encounter of the third kind.
Gilles D’Amecourt reviews the recent Jeff Koons show at Gagosian, Los Angeles.
Anyone that can get to the UCLA Hammer Museum soon is in for a treat. Two strong yet very different shows share the upper level.