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OPENING FALL/WINTER 2018

SUSANNE VIELMETTER LOS ANGELES PROJECTS DOWNTOWN



Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is pleased to announce the opening of our new exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles. The opening date will be announced in October 2018. Located on the ground floor of an industrial warehouse, the 11,000 sf space spans the entire length of the 1700 S. Santa Fe Avenue building and will be used as a second exhibition space in addition to our Culver City gallery.


Whitney Bedford

Jean Black, Ezhra, "Refuge from the Inferno: L.A.’s Best Summer Group Shows," Artillery (web), August 8 (2018) (link)

Zarley, B. David, "Sand, Sea, and the Sublime: A Review of Whitney Bedford at Carrie Secrist Gallery," New City Art (web), June 15 (2018) (link)


Sadie Benning

O'Falt, Chris, " Pixelvision: How a Failed ‘80s Fisher-Price Toy Camera Became One of Auteurs’ Favorite ’90s Tools," IndieWire (web), August 9 (2018) (link)

Masterson, Piers, "Sadie Benning: Sleep Rock," this is tomorrow Contemporary Art Magazine (web), May 10 (2018) (link)

Lloyd, Kathryn, "Sadie Benning, Sleep Rock," The White Review (web), May (2018) (link)

Luke, Ben, "Sadie Benning/Ian White review: Playing tricks on a sense of time," Evening Standard (web), April 30 (2018) (link)

Waugh, Rosemary, “Sadie Benning: Sleep Rock,” Time Out London, April 24 (2018) (link)


Ellen Berkenblit

Indrisek, Scott, "17 Artists Share the Music that Inspires Them," Artsy (web), June 27 (2018) (link)

"Ellen Berkenblit at Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels," Artnet News, June 16 (2018)

Yau, John, “An Artist’s Film Not Like the Others,” Hyperallergic (web), June 15 (2018) (link)


Andrea Bowers

Lambie, Mark, "El Paso artists' sweet creations of pan dulce casts benefit Annunciation House," El Paso Times (web), July 27 (2018) (link)

"#MeToo Narratives in Open Secret by Andrea Bowers," Blouin Art Info (web), July 18 (2018) (link)

Lynch, Scott, "Check Out All This New Art & Insane Crowding On The High Line," Gothamist (web), April 27 (2018) (link)


Nicole Eisenman

Small, Zachary, "Looking at Queer Constellations of Intimacy," Hyperallergic (web), August 20 (2018) (link)

Hickley, Catherine, "Münster on track to raise funds for Eisenman fountain as artist and gallery reduce price," The Art Newspaper (web), August 15 (2018) (link)

Faires, Robert, "Nicole Eisenman Receives Booth/FLAG Art Prize," The Austin Chronicle (web), August 6 (2018) (link)

Friel, Katie, "Austin art museum bestows one of the world's most ambitious prizes on New York artist," Culture Map Austin (web), August 3 (2018) (link)

"Nicole Eisenman Wins $200,000 Suzanne Deal Booth/FLAG Art Foundation Prize," ArtForum (web), August 3 (2018) (link)

Barnes, Michael, "Austin museum picks winner of $800,000 art prize," My Statesman (web), August 2 (2018) (link)

van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire "Nicole Eisenman wins $200,000 Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize," Sight Lines Magazine (web), August 2 (2018) (link)

Smith, Roberta, "Painting: An (Incomplete) Survey of the State of the Art," New York Times (web), August 2 (2018) (link)

Varadi, Keith J., "Nicole Eisenman at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects," carla (web), April 18 (2018) (link)

Gerwin, Daniel, "Nicole Eisenman’s Portraits of Angry White Men," Hyperallergic (web), April 12 (2018) (link)

Waters, Sydney, "Dark Light is a Masterpiece of Political Relevance," Art and Cake, April 9 (web) (2018) (link)

Mizota, Sharon, “In Nicole Eisenman’s paintings, a must-see mirror to America’s political moment,” Los Angeles Times (web), April 2 (2018) (link)


Charles Gaines

"Artist Activists Light Up the High Line with “Agora” The New Yorker, August 20 (2018) (link)

Messina, Rab. “Charles Gaines Puts a Face to the Politics,” TL Magazine (web), May 24 (2018) (link)


Liz Glynn

Harrington, Leah Triplett, "Redefining Common Space," Now + There blog, August 6 (2018) (link)

"Sculpture Milwaukee attracts visitors with tours, lectures and summer fun," Urban Milwaukee, July 18 (2018) (link)

Hagman, Sarah, "Sitting Pretty," The Improper Bostonian (web), August 3 (2018) (link)

McGowan, Amanda, "Get A Taste Of Gilded Age Living With A New Public Art Exhibit In Boston," WGBH, August 3 (2018) (link)

Katz, Marni Elyse, "Beautiful Ruins," The Boston Globe (web), August 2 (2018) (link)

Cook, Greg, "Recreating A Gilded Age Ballroom Outdoors In Boston To Mull Our Economic Future," Wonderland (web), July 30 (2018) (link)

Ambrose, Graham, "A new public art installation puts the ruins of a Gilded Age ballroom by Kenmore Square," The Boston Globe (web), July 27 (2018) (link)

Gerst, Ellen, "New Public Art Brings an Opulent Ballroom to the Comm. Ave. Mall," Boston Magazine (web), July 26 (2018) (link)

Garcia, Maria, "Art Installation In Kenmore Square Transforms An Opulent Ballroom Into A Ruin," wbur, July 26 (2018) (link)

Tang, Angela. “MASS MoCA’s ‘Archaeology’ Excavates Temporal Questions”, The Williams Record, February 7 (2018)

Kane, Tim, “Artist at MASS MoCA explores implication of production,” Times Union (web), March 28 (2018) (link)

McQuaid, Cate. “At MASS MoCA, a dark look at a possible future”, The Boston Globe, 14 January (2018)


Hayv Kahraman

Da Silva, Jose, Gareth Harris, and Emily Sharpe,"Three to See: London," The Art Newspaper (web), June 29 (2018) (link)

Lescase, Zoe, “13 Artists On: Immigration,” The New York Times Style Magazine (web), June 19 (2018) (link)

“These Artists and Designers Have Made the Shortlist for Jameel Prize 5,” Harper’s Bazaar (web), June 19 (2018) (link)

Stoughton, India, “Middle Eastern Artists Give Traditional Art A Modern Twist,” Al-Monitor (web), June 4 (2018) (link)

Greenberger, Alex, "Shortlist Revealed for 2018 Jameel Prize," ARTnews (web), February 6 (2018) (link)


Shana Lutker

Horst, Aaron, "Shana Lutker at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects," Flash Art, March/April (2018)

Hudson, Suzanne, "Shana Lutker at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects," Artforum, February (2018)

Stromberg, Matt, “A New Outdoor Art Sapce Sprins from the High Desert East of Los Angeles,” Hyperallergic (web), March 13 (2018) (link)


Dave McKenzie

Schneider, Tim, "‘It’s About a Sort of Twisted Magic’: How One Artist Is Revealing the Tricks of Racial Profiling at Frieze New York," Artnet news (web), May 2 (2018) (link)


Rodney McMillian

Smith, Roberta, "Painting: An (Incomplete) Survey of the State of the Art," New York Times (web), August 2 (2018) (link)

Raji, Michelle, "Artist Rodney McMillian Wants Viewers to Grapple with Race — and Register to Vote," Texas Observer (web), July 6 (2018) (link)

Olsen, Ivy, "Antidotes for apathy: Rodney McMillian's Austin show is a 'call to action'," The Art Newspaper (web), February 20 (2018) (link)

Miranda, Carolina A., “L.A. artist Rodney McMillian peels back the façade on the ultimate symbol of power: the White House,” Los Angeles Times, January 10 (2018) (link)

Jean, Melany, “ ‘Rodney McMillian: Against a Civic Death’ at the Contemporary Austin,” The Austin Chronicle (web), March 16 (2018) (link)


Yunhee Min

"UCR Arts Exhibition Blurs Boundaries of Art and Architecture," UCR Today (web), August 16 (2018) (link)


Wangechi Mutu

"'Road to Justice' at MAXXI," Blouin Art Info (web), July 31 (2018) (link)

Valentine, Victoria L., "Baltimore Museum of Art Swaps Works by Warhol, Kline, Noland, and Rauschenberg for Acquisitions by Whitten, Sherald, Mutu, and Yiadom-Boakye," Culture Type (web), June 28 (2018) (link)

Spivack, Emily, “Why this artist is inspired by a chest of drawers,” The New York Times Style Magazine (web), June 20 (2018) (link)

Brownell Mitic, Ginanne, "In Nairobi, An Art Scene in Transition,” The New York Times, June 12 (2018) (link)

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “’Multiply, Identify, Her’ International Center of Photography Museum (ICP),” ArtForum (web), June 2 (2018) (link)

“‘Inside my Studio’ with Wangechi Mutu,” Cultured Mag (web), June 1 (2018) (link)


My Barbarian

"Non-Western," Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), Los Angeles, CA (2018) (link)


Ruben Ochoa

Safari, Ida, “Ruben Ochoa at Art + Practice,” Artillery, January 2 (2018) (link)


Angel Otero

"Inherent Structures," Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH (2018) (link)


Pope.L

"If Not Apollo, the Breeze,” Kadist, San Francisco, CA (2017) (link)

Valentine, Victoria L., "Loaded with Symbolism, a Fountain Sculpture by Pope.L is Among New Acquisitions at Carnegie Museum of Art," The Culture Type (web), July 29 (2018) (link)

Wargo, Abby, "Differing, Drawn: Scholar Examines Pope.L’s “Skin Set” Drawings," The Elm (web), April 28 (2018) (link)

"Pope.L, Jennifer Russell, and Rachel G. Wilf Join NYU Institute of Fine Arts’ Board of Trustees," NYU (web), April 4 (2018) (link)

O'Grady, Megan, "Answering Society's Thorniest Questions, with Performance Art," T Magazine, New York Times, March 2 (2018) (link)


Mary Reid Kelley

Dunne, Aidan, "Kelleys’ bizarre creations crackle with energy of early cinema," The Irish Times (web), August 4 (2018) (link)

Thorne, Harry, "The Burlesque Worlds of Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley," frieze, April 5 (2018) (link)

Cromwell, Tim, “From Hirst’s Medusa to Quinn’s marble bust: new London show explores how classical art inspires contemporary artists,” The Art Newspaper, March 6 (2018) (link)

Culpan, Daniel, "Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley at Tate Liverpool," Artforum, January (2018) (link)


Arlene Shechet

“Pageant of Inconceivables,” Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY (2018)

Wong, Alex, "Reflecting pond in Madison Square Park will be transformed by public installation," The Architect's Newspaper (web), June 1 (2018) (link)

Farber, Janet L., "'More Than I Know' Shechet’s abstract sculpture at Joslyn eludes easy classification for all," The Omaha Reader (web), May 27 (2018) (link)

Bui, Phong, "Arlene Shechet: Some Truths," The Brooklyn Rail (web), May 1 (2018) (link)


Amy Sillman

Sillman, Amy, “Laura Owens,” Artforum, April (2018) (link)

"Amy Sillman," The New Yorker, February (2018) (link)

Tuchman, Phyllis, "Artisanal Abstraction: The Elusive, Effusive Art of Amy Sillman," ArtNews (web), February 16 (2018) (link)

Petrovich, Dushko, "The New Face of Portrait Painting," The New York Times Style Magazine, February 12 (2018) (link)

Mullen, Matt, "The Playfully Troubled Art of Amy Sillman," Interview (web), January 25 (2018) (link)


Mickalene Thomas

Armstrong, Annie, "Carrie Mae Weems, Mickalene Thomas, Zoe Buckman, More Will Make Art for Planned Parenthood’s ‘Unstoppable’ Campaign," Art News, August 2 (2018) (link)

Najjar, Christina, "Three New York City Artists to Follow on Instagram This Month," Hamptons (web), June 5 (2018) (link)

Small, Zachary, "In Rihanna Photoshoot for Vogue Paris, Juergen Teller Cribs Imagery from Mickalene Thomas," Hyperallergic (web), July 24 (2018) (link)

Stapley-Brown, Victoria, "Did Juergen Teller borrow from Mickalene Thomas’s work in Vogue Paris Rihanna shoot?" The Art Newspaper (web), July 24 (2018) (link)

Upchurch, Michael, "Mother as muse in a powerful show of Black beauty," Crosscut (web), July 23 (2018) (link)

“10 LGBTQ+ Artists who Redefined Contemporary Art,” Mutual Art (web), June 7 (2018) (link)

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “’Multiply, Identify, Her’ International Center of Photography Museum (ICP),” ArtForum (web), June 2 (2018) (link)

“Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tête-à-tête,” Aperture, New York, NY; travelled to Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD; Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA (2017); Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA (2017); Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA (2018) (link)


Patrick Wilson

"Michael Reafsnyder/Patrick Wilson," Miles McEnery, New York, NY (2018) (link)

Pagel, David," When a rectangle is more than a rectangle: Making sense of Patrick Wilson's colorful chaos," Los Angeles Times, February 5 (2018) (link)