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Celebrating Jennifer West’s recently published MEDIA ARCHAEOLOGY, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles presents an evening reading with the artist, joined by the book’s editors and contributors Andy Campbell, Chelsea Weathers, and Norman Klein. In addition, performances by

Join Jack Pierson for a book-signing event at Regen Projects. Copies of his new monograph “Less and more”—featuring essays by Evan Moffitt and Bruce Benderson and a conversation with Andy Campbell—will be available for purchase at the gallery. Liz Larner will

During the closing days of the Hammer Museum exhibition JOAN DIDION — WHAT SHE MEANS, join co-curator Hilton Als and his friend the writer and editor Jennifer Krasinski for what will, no doubt, be a wide-ranging conversation on Als’ interpretation

Celebrate the opening of HELEN CAMMOCK: I WILL KEEP MY SOUL—the artist’s inaugural museum exhibition in the United States—with a musical performance by Cammock and Roshanak Kheshti at Art + Practice. A multimedia installation—incorporating performance, poetry, a print series, and

A panel discussion and reception will kick off the exhibition TOM OF FINLAND: HIGHWAY PATROL, GREASY RIDER. AND OTHER SELECTED WORKS at David Kordansky Gallery in New York. Join Nayland Blake, Claire Gilman, Brontez Purnell, and Durk Dehner—keeper of the

Although the art writer and professor Richard Shiff didn't meet Jack Whitten until 2014—three years before the artist's death—the personal encounter proved critical to both Shiff’s practice and our understanding of Whitten's work. Over the past decade, with imaginative lucidity

Stop by the Poetic Research Bureau this weekend for the Los Angeles launch of PATHETIC LITERATURE, a selection of over 125 texts edited by Eileen Myles—poems, narrative excerpts, essays, ranging from works by Alice Notley and Robert Glück to CAConrad

“Regeneration”—in the 1923 silent “race” film that shares its title—is an imaginary island of castaways who have discovered a treasure chest on its beachfront. As a concept, regeneration—which suggests both a renewal of potentialities as well as a return—also informs

This month, bringing a focus to the paintings and writings of Joe Brainard, the John Giorno Foundation presents a talk with critic John Yau on the occasion of his new book “Joe Brainard: The Art of the Personal.” Next week,

Casting is everything, and for this latest version of D. H. Lawrence’s LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER, one cannot imagine two better choices to play Lady Constance Chatterley and her gamekeeper lover Mellors than Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell. Directed by Clermont-Tonnerre—the