Lindsay Preston Zappas

Lindsay Preston Zappas

Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

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Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.

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Outside of his music photography, Todd Gray examines the legacies of colonialism in Europe and Africa.

Todd Gray explores colonialism in Africa and Europe through photos

Outside of his music photography, Todd Gray examines the legacies of colonialism in Europe and Africa.

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Color takes on several meanings, an artist delves into the melancholy of the female mind, and candles stand in for alt-right manifestoes.

Art Insider Jan 21: Color theory, Melancholia, political candle paintings

Color takes on several meanings, an artist delves into the melancholy of the female mind, and candles stand in for alt-right manifestoes.

This week: Three galleries team up to honor an L.A.-based fiber artist; a downtown gallery features a Memphis Design legend; a group show celebrates modern surrealism; and the costs of…

Art Insider Jan. 14: Irreverent crafts, colorful furniture, and MOCA goes free

This week: Three galleries team up to honor an L.A.-based fiber artist; a downtown gallery features a Memphis Design legend; a group show celebrates modern surrealism; and the costs of…

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