Los Angeles


Velvet Buzzsaw

Horror films: not my thing! At the mere suggestion, I sit curled up covering my face, asking what’s happening now…what’s happening now?  The fact that all I knew about Velvet Buzzsaw was that it’s set... | Read Full Post

A sitting room at the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation.

Weis Choice

I lived in Los Angeles for two years and had plenty to chew on, artwise, with its sprawling, ever-expanding art universe. There were world-class museums, artist studios to visit, tons of... | Read Full Post


Temporary Contemporary

Labour Day Weekend. It’s almost by definition a bittersweet time of every year; lazy, perfect days made all the more precious with the knowledge that they are the last fleeting moments of... | Read Full Post


Canvas for Collectors

On the topic of voyeuristic pleasures, another creative Herzig, my fabulous sister-in-law Leigh, was recently featured on Remodelista for her latest stunning LA project. A self-taught interior designer, she aimed even higher in her newest... | Read Full Post


Jim Hodges at the Hammer

Some artists have a preternatural ability to elevate everyday materials—bits of mirror, hardware-store chains, silk flowers—and create works of astonishing beauty. Such is Jim Hodge’s talent; in his hands, the odds and ends... | Read Full Post


Mike Kelley at MOCA

The massive Mike Kelley exhibition currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Los Angeles was initially intended as midcareer retrospective, a collaborative effort between the artist himself... | Read Full Post

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