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Willem de Rooij’s “Legal Noses”

REGEN PROJECTS, Los Angeles

View of Willem de Rooij’s “Legal Noses,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, 2015.
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Jennifer Piejko

Brown is a composite color, made by combining complementary hues—a warm neutral. It’s only itself when contrasted with a brighter shade; fuschia or aqua always appear so, while brown is brown only in comparison to another color; its visibility is dependent on the color next to it. Over centuries, brown’s... continue reading
Jack Pierson’s “The End of the World”

REGEN PROJECTS, Los Angeles

View of Jack Pierson’s “The End of the World,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, 2013.
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Kevin McGarry

“You gotta love Jack Pierson” begins the flagrantly winking press release the artist wrote for his latest solo show, “The End of the World” at Regen Projects’s new palatial quarters located squarely in Hollywood, California. A literary effort, the statement morphs the typical promotional details of an artist bio into... continue reading
Raymond Pettibon, No Title (With brows knitted), 2011.
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Andrew Berardini

All the gang is here. An open-mouthed munchkin, mouth pitched back in roaring vavoom, the Reagan-headed claymation adventurer Gumby, weird scientists, weirder hippies, butch baseball players, and a gang of distant surfers sliding down the faces of pristine blue curls, most of it accompanied by the clipped noir narrative and... continue reading
View of, "PROCESSCOLORFIELD", at Regen Projects II, Los Angeles, 2011.
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Tyler Coburn

There is little, in the conventional sense, to see in Walead Beshty’s first solo exhibition at Regen Projects. The vibrant, chromatic ribs of the Black Curl series, for example, derive from chance effects of colored light on photographic paper. A separate set of light jet prints, in shallow, plexi boxes,... continue reading
Rachel Harrison's "Asdfjkl;" at Regen Projects, LA
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Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer

Everything lilts and tilts in Rachel Harrison's upright totems. Boxy facets jut out at every angle and swollen protrusions bulge all over the rough, peaked, and slathered stucco surfaces. Her piecemeal monoliths totter drunkenly in a barely-balanced equilibrium of unstable, crudely Cubistic passages.... continue reading

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