Artnet News: Step inside Anna Park’s Bushwick Studio, Where She Creates Portraits of Her Alter Ego with the Help of Diet Coke, Gummies, and Gilmore Girls

November 15, 2022

We caught up with the artist as she prepared for her first show in Los Angeles...

Ocula: Anna Park’s Works on Paper Channel Her Alter Ego at Blum & Poe

November 8, 2022

Anna Park's large-scale works on paper unpack the notion of voyeurism in the contemporary. The Brooklyn-based artist's latest exhibition Mirror Shy (5 November–17 December 2022) presents new black-and-white drawings for her Los Angeles debut at Blum & Poe...

Vogue: 16 Art Exhibitions to See This Month

November 7, 2022

Park’s newest portraits draw from the aesthetics of film and advertising, riffing on “cultural perceptions of the body in relation to agency, voyeurism, and humor...

Juxtapoz: Anna Park’s Bold New Direction in “Mirror Shy”

November 7, 2022

There was something telling that Anna Park disclosed this week as she opened her solo show, Mirror Shy, at Blum and Poe. "When I moved to NYC, there was just so much going on, and I was taking it all in and painting that feeling. I think my new work is absorbing something different now...

Ocula: Art Week Tokyo 2022: Must-See Exhibitions

November 2, 2022

Organised with the backing of Art Basel, Art Week Tokyo (3–6 November 2022) spreads over 50 venues this year, connecting museums, galleries, and art spaces across the city. Ocula Magazine shares its selection of must-see Tokyo exhibitions for the occasion...

Galerie: 8 Must-See Gallery Shows around the Country This November

November 1, 2022

Rounding up the best gallery exhibitions across the United States each month, Galerie crossed from New York City to California to discover the top solo shows for November...

Crafts: Blemished Beauties

October 27, 2022

Farmer, fisherman and ceramicist Kazunori Hamana has a passion for patina. Kenji Hall drops by his coastal atelier in Japan...

New York Times: The ‘Slow Burn’ That Is Henry Taylor

October 26, 2022

The artist’s survey at MOCA, with its empathetic portraits and quirky sculptures, speaks to the larger struggle of Black artists to achieve a level of recognition that is long overdue...

Elephant: Penny Slinger: ‘If Art Cannot Shift Your Sense of Reality, Then It Is Not Doing Its Job'

October 19, 2022

The groundbreaking artist talks Sophia Satchell-Baeza through a career that has helped shift the boundaries of feminist art...

Forbes: Spotlight Finally Shines on Thornton Dial Sr. In Birmingham, Alabama

October 19, 2022

Sometimes, the home folks are the hardest to impress. Long after the wider world has opened its arms, home folks continue casting a leery eye...

Art & Object: Ugandan Artist Acaye Kerunen’s Storytelling of Heritage

October 17, 2022

Ugandan multidisciplinary performance and installation artist, Acaye Kerunen, is making quite a splash on the international art scene. Combining storytelling, writing, acting, and activism in her art, Kerunen designs and creates ambitious, beautifully rendered biomorphic textile installation pieces...

T Magazine: The Greats: Lynda Benglis

October 15, 2022

One of the most influential sculptors since World War II, Benglis changed the trajectory of various artistic movements without ever quite belonging to any of them. At age 80, she’s only beginning to give us a more complete understanding of her work...

Artnet News: 10 Must-See Gallery Shows in Los Angeles This Month, from Vintage Cindy Sherman Photographs to Sand-Inflected Abstractions

October 4, 2022

Yukie Ishikawa’s distinct style of painting is notable for its pointed deconstruction of Minimalism’s monochromes and tidy, right-angled grids, deploying curved and irregular lines in their place...

Artforum: Three Landscapes: JB Blunk, Anna and Lawrence Halprin

October 1, 2022

Three Landscapes brought together a trio of artists who lived and worked, both individually and collaboratively, in Marin County, California, during the 1960s and ’70s: dancer and choreographer Anna Halprin (1920–2021); her husband, landscape architect Lawrence Halprin (1916–2009); and sculptor JB Blunk (1926–2002)...

GQ: Step inside Six of the Chillest Rooms on Earth

September 27, 2022

Where organic materials and handmade elegance rule...

Anya Gallaccio Shortlisted for Freelands Award

September 26, 2022

Anya Gallaccio and Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK Have Been Shortlisted for the Freelands Award 2022...

The Last Bohemians: Penny Slinger: The Feminist Surrealist Who Was Too Erotic for the Art World

September 6, 2022

Penny Slinger talks to The Last Bohemians about her incredible life: being pals with Lee Miller, living in a turret with pet falcons, finding her way in a male-dominated art world, how tantra revitalized her life and work...

Hyperallergic: Going Back to the Ditch with Lonnie Holley

August 3, 2022

Calling Holley an “artist” only tells a bit part of a life whose epic origins begin in a muddy Alabama ditch...

Widewalls: March Avery’s Exhibition at Blum & Poe Captures Daily Scenes Shared with Close Friends or Family

July 31, 2022

The practice of March Avery was informed by the summers she spent with her parents, artists Sally Michel and Milton Avery...

Artillery: Gallery Rounds: Dave Muller

July 27, 2022

Once upon a time there were “record stores” where one could look through bins of new and used albums, often organized alphabetically by musician/band and type of music, allowing listeners and viewers to troll though specific musical histories...

Los Angeles Magazine: Time Collapses in Dave Muller’s New Record Store Pop-up

July 23, 2022

The artist has opened his second record store pop-up as the centerpiece of his recent solo exhibition...

New Yorker: Fault Lines in America and Ukraine

July 18, 2022

A clamorous retrospective of the painter Robert Colescott, and “Women at War,” a show of contemporary Ukrainian artists, unsettle and inspire...

New York Times: Robert Colescott Throws Down the Gauntlet

July 7, 2022

His paintings refer to race and racism, pride and prejudice, in ways that startled, seduced, elucidated, and horrified. Now they are at the New Museum...

Cultured: Artists Eddie Martinez and Sam Moyer Reveal Their Two-Person Exhibition in Montauk

July 2, 2022

Cultured caught up with the husband-and-wife artists before their South Etna Montauk Foundation debut today...

Geijutsu Shincho: Poetic and Private Madonna and Child by Alexander Tovborg

July 1, 2022

The artist's deliberate and controlled use of colors combined with quivering lines and bleeding paint give the pieces a primitive and mystical feel. A solemn and sublime air seems to emanate from them...

Blum & Poe is proud to partner with @visual_aids for Day With(out) Art 2022 by presenting “Being & Belonging,” a program...
Blum & Poe is pleased to announce the representation of Ugandan artist Collin Sekajugo (@collin_sekajugo). Sekajugo’s...
In honor of Acaye Kerunen’s (@acayekerunenart) first presentation with Blum & Poe at Art Basel Miami Beach 2022...
VerifiedIn Miami for the art fair? Pop-up exhibition and party: Marz Lovejoy × Alvaro Barrington present: The Rally - Miami...
“What I do isn’t that different from what our ancient ancestors did during the Jōmon Period [Japan’s Neolithic age, stretching...
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles will be closed Thursday, November 24 through Monday, November 28 in observance of Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Day...
“Every photomontage that I make transmits action-reaction within the visual plane. I use cutouts of imagery from diverse sources...
Alma Allen’s (@almaallen) minimal gestures and elegant presence represented in the works are central to the artist’s multi-leveled...
About last week … ✨ ⁠⁠Thank you to YoshimiO (@emeraldragonfly) and #Saicobab for performing a live set for the...
On the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach 2022 (@artbasel), Blum & Poe is pleased to present a survey of its pioneering program...
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