Posts Tagged ‘Von Lintel Gallery’

Michael Waugh: Boom at Von Lintel Gallery

Michael Waugh. Derivative (FCIR, part 5), 2015 (detail); ink on mylar; 42 x 65 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Von Lintel Gallery.

Michael Waugh’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Boom, is currently on view at Von Lintel Gallery. Using ink on Mylar, Waugh reimagines an assortment of 19th-century tableaux, depicting quaint scenes of countryside estates and horse stables, as well as turn-of-the-century buildings on New York City streets. These representational drawings consist wholly of handwritten text: Scribbled sentences produce the contour lines of buildings as they[…..]

Fort at Lime Point: John Chiara at Von Lintel Gallery


Every photographer has wished, at some point, that they could substitute the lens for their own eye. John Chiara does the next best thing: he crawls inside his homemade camera, the size of a small Uhual trailer, in order to make unique photographs. He may not be able to be the camera’s retina, but he can certainly inhabit its brain. The results are monumentally large[…..]

Best of PULSE LA

There is another art fair in Los Angeles. Art fairs are synonymous with crowded, cavernous booths, prepackaged artwork, and most of all: money. But, this new art fair in Los Angeles does what very few art fairs have managed in the past; PULSE has combined a strong, experimental group of galleries and project spaces with actual money making. Combining gallery booths with project spaces for[…..]