Canvasing the scene in fierce Leather silhouettes, fall’s top designs are now on display.
Lauri Firstenberg’s seminal non-profit on La Cienega Boulevard encourages a high-spirited dialogue, whether enabling Jedediah Caesar to display his sculptures on the beach, organizing a raucous Ball of Artists to conclude Pacific Standard Time, or collaborating with the Hammer Museum to launch the “Made in L.A.” Biennial last year. laxart.org.
Under the custody of the MAK Center since 1994, the Schindler House of Los Angeles is the once-private West Hollywood home of pioneering architect Rudolph M. Schindler—known for his meditative, balanced approach to indoor and outdoor spaces. makcenter.org.
INTERNATIONAL ART OBJECTS GALLERIES
The International Art Objects Galleries in Culver City (formerly China Art Objects in Chinatown) exhibits Virginia born, L.A.-based Mark Hagen this fall. Hagen is known for his finely executed mash up of craft and Modernist architecture as seen in his new show “Paleo Diet.” international.la.
CHERRY and MARTIN GALLERY
Mary Leigh Cherry and Philip Martin have an uncanny knack for finding transcendent artists. They represent one of Art+Auction’s 50 Under 50 (The Next Most Collectable Artists), Nathan Mabry, known for his ethnographically inspired, tongue-in-cheek sculpture; as well as Matt
Connors, whose large-scale abstractions were featured at Art Basel this year. cherryandmartin.com.
Photographed by Stevie + Mada