Sohrab Mohebbi


MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art

January 2015

“Double Trouble” makes for a rare experience. Not only is it the first solo institutional presentation of Sturtevant in the United States since a small 1973 show in Syracuse, New York, it also allows one to see the artist’s work at the museum… READ ON


Sohrab Mohebbi

December 2014

ORGANIZED BY Cabinet Gallery, the exhibition at the Airbnb’d Fitzpatrick-Leland House (a 1936 Schindler building) in Lauren Canyon perhaps was the closest you could get to a John Knight retrospective (February 2, 2014 to February 5, 2014). … READ ON


Meg Cranston


April 2013

In her latest installation, “Emerald City,” 2013, Meg Cranston has painted two walls of the gallery emerald green. A portrait of Kate Middleton is installed on one of the painted walls facing the entrance. The gallery’s third wall is left … READ ON


Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda

Gallery at REDCAT

August 2012

For a decade, rules and strategies—some self-imposed and some referring to strategies and conventions of Conceptualism—have been an essential component of the Berlin-based duo Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda’s practice. At times the artists … READ ON


“Initial Points: Anchors of America’s Grid”

The Center for Land Use Interpretation

March 2012

Imagine a Situationist dérive, one beginning in 1785 on the north shore of the Ohio River and ending in 1956 on Umiat Mountain in Alaska, drifting across the previously uncharted landscape of the United States. Departing from what today is … READ ON