An inaugural exhibition with no Ellsworth Kelly or Frank Stella? GTFO. A few words from an exciting young curator for Artnet, and another example of how for Los Angeles, PST: LA/LA was an opportunity to stop doing, in the words of Basquiat, the same old shit.
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So let's be real: this joint was no more curated than other fair, especially in contrast to all the spectacularly curated Latin American shows that were going on around it amid the PST bonanza. Conceptually, though, it's a super interesting model, and a welcome slow-down from the frenetic art-fair circut. This is L.A., you know. We like to take our time and get to know you. Read about it at Artnet.
Sick two-day island party offers welcome respite for the art world's hardest working. Read about it on Artnet. Can't wait til next year.
I believe in LA. So does Ace Gallery founder Douglas Chrismas. Read about it on Artnet.
(Gary Lang, "Goliath," 2009. Courtesy ACE Gallery)