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RECENT NEWS

January 30, 2014

Annie Lapin on Daily Serving


Whenever it seems that painting has run its course, an exhibition like Various Peep Shows comes along to restore our faith in the medium. For her third solo show at Honor Fraser Gallery, Annie Lapin presents a series that contains within each work the broad spectrum of paint's physical and representational possibilities.

Daily Serving

January 25, 2014

Annie Lapin in The Huffington Post


The Huffington Post Arts and Culture reached out to interview Annie Lapin about her latest exhibition, Various Peep Shows.

The Huffington Post

January 23, 2014

Annie Lapin on Franks-Suss.com


The Franks-Suss Collection interviewed Annie Lapin during a recent studio visit.

The Franks-Suss Collection

January 23, 2014

Kaz Oshiro in Unframed The LACMA Blog


In this Interview by The LACMA Blog, Kaz Oshiro speaks of his work, influences, and his latest exhibition, Chasing Ghosts.

Unframed The LACMA Blog

January 23, 2014

Annie Lapin in the Los Angeles Times


In her third solo show in Los Angeles, titled Various Peep Shows, Annie Lapin continues to dip into styles and schools of painting from faraway places and far-off times.

Los Angeles Times

January 15, 2014

Mario Ybarra Jr. in The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project


LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) is presenting the second chapter of billboards as part of The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project featuring the work of Mario Ybarra Jr. in Mobile, AL from January 24 through March 19, 2014.

LAND

January 07, 2014

Annie Lapin in New American Paintings


Annie Lapin's Various Peep Shows is included in New American Painting's monthly review of Must-See Painting Shows.

New American Paintings

January 02, 2014

Kaz Oshiro in Los Angeles Magazine


LACMA's satellite gallery hosts Japanese born, L.A.-based artist Kaz Oshiro, whose elaborate sculptures of everyday objects—microwaves, dumpsters, file cabinets—are stunning optical illusions constructed using painted canvases and stretcher bars.

Los Angeles Magazine

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