Jack Whitten's Self Portrait With Satellites @ Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

‘Self Portrait With Satellites’ takes viewers on a journey through the various permutations of abstraction that span the artist’s entire career. The exhibition brings together self-portraits and other paintings from Whitten’s own personal collection, many of which the artist studied on a daily basis, and offers an intimate glimpse into the artist’s core beliefs about art, his deep philosophical concerns, and the people that inspired him.

Complementing the exhibition, Hauser & Wirth Publishers will debut its new book ‘Jack Whitten. Notes from the Woodshed,’ which collects Whitten’s studio writings and other texts from the artist’s six-decade career. Edited by Katy Siegel, this publication provides a window on Whitten’s relentless artistic experimentation in the studio, exploring the way his practice intertwined with his daily life. Alongside transcriptions of Whitten’s handwritten documents are selections reproduced in facsimile, redolent of the studio’s atmosphere and the way the artist’s creative impulses pervaded every part of his world. 'Jack Whitten. Self Portrait With Satellites will be on view at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles Daily from Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 6pm from June 23 through September 23, 2018. 901 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles. photographs by Oliver Kupper

"Femme Fatale" A Group Show Curated By Lindsay Jones

Presented by Músed and Other People's Children, "Femme Fatale" is a Los Angeles pop up including work from artists Remy Holwick, Yana Toyber, Leah Schrager, Yulia Nefedova, Annallisa Benston (Famous on Mars), Maya Fuhr, Pola Esther, and Emily J. Snyder, as well as emerging labels Whatever 21, Ghost Modern, AMPL Apparel, and Gavin Rossdale's Sea of Sound. photographs by Summer Bowie. 

One Work from Catherine Fairbanks' New Solo Exhibition @ Wilding Cran Gallery In Los Angeles

Wilding Cran Gallery presents Two Chimneys, Catherine Fairbanks’s first solo show in Los Angeles. The exhibition will feature new sculptures and works on paper. The exhibition is structured around two large chimney sculptures that reflect on the ruins of domestic buildings across the West. Originally constructed according to a particular purpose, over time abandoned chimneys gradually assume the function of a monument. Like these chimneys, Fairbanks often makes use of forms and materials which first appear in culture one way, only to reappear later in another way, transformed. Catherine Fairbanks "Two Chimneys" will be on view until May 28, 2016 at Wilding Cran Gallery, 939 South Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles CA