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Elad Lassry

DAVID KORDANSKY GALLERY, Los Angeles

View of Elad Lassry, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, 2012.
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Kevin McGarry

Elad Lassry’s hometown exhibition on Smiley Drive, at David Kordansky’s warehouse gallery in Culver City, presents a spectrum of the artist’s rapidly diversifying practice. Most every component—from photos, to drawings, to sculptures, to architectural interventions—remains both cleverly engaged while also unreachably disjointed from each other. The overall effect is that... continue reading
Matthew Brannon's "Wit's End" at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
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Tyler Coburn

Matthew Brannon's letterpress works felt delightfully and deceptively anachronistic in the early decade, resurrecting motifs of mid-century American advertising with pithy captions on the cosmopolitan set. Forged in the margins of ad copy and commodities, the artist's alter egos appeared forever prey to the doubts, inadequacies, and frustrations that even a glitzy, gin-soaked veneer can barely disguise. Little stretching was needed to see the resemblance these fast-lane... continue reading

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