Zadok Ben-David in #ExpoRecommends: “Surface” Inspiration

ExpoRecommends

Inspired by our latest issue, “Surface” a few of the other Expo editors and I created a list of multi-genre recommendations. In addition to fiction, nonfiction, and podcast recommendations from the other editors, yours truly found a must-see art exhibition in Los Angeles:

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Exposition Review Vol. II: “Surface” is Now Available

Here it is! Exposition Review‘s latest issue Vol. II: “Surface” is now available online!

“Surface” is all about perspective. Full of unique voices and blending genres, this issue is a close examination of the superficial and the sublime, of the hidden depths and delicate tensions inherent to the human experience. Together, the works presented in “Surface” take us through the looking glass, on a journey to unusual places and liminal spaces—a journey we’re looking forward to making again and again.

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Explore Downtown Los Angeles and the Arts District with Exposition Review

Downtown Los Angeles Arts District

Feeling the Los Angeles love.

As the Editor-in-Chief of the multi-genre literary journal, Exposition Review, I was lucky enough to transform my exploration of Downtown Los Angeles and the Arts District into a blog about our fair city. Whether you’re a local, a visitor, or in town for AWP or BinderCon, you’ll find more than one reason to walk in LA! Get the guide (complete with map) here.

Catch Hammer Museum’s Latest Round of Exhibitions Before They Close

Mark Bradford, "Lights and Tunnels," 2015. Mixed media on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

Mark Bradford, “Lights and Tunnels,” 2015. Mixed media on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

The summer is slipping away, and with it Hammer Museum‘s latest round of exhibitions: Mark Bradford’s “Scorched Earth,” and Hammer Projects by Mary Reid Kelley and Joseph Holtzman which close on September 20 (Bradford and Holtzman) and September 27 (Reid Kelley). The exhibitions bring issues of media, feminism, homosexuality, race, AIDS, and culture into focus.

Mark Bradford, "Untitled," 2015. Mixed media on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

Mark Bradford, “Untitled” (detail), 2015. Mixed media on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth.

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